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Wizard Of Oz Mind Control

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posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:17 PM
Dorothy (The Fool/Zero/Taurus), who lives her life under the influence of a vampirically induced mental block decides to daydream a bit while walking home from school every day. She dreams up some ideas which are effectively the intellectual property of the local Illuminated class, and this invasion of a controlled, class stratified group-mind or matrix-stored information pool is symbolized by Toto (Capricorn), who is the "little white dog owned by The Fool," nosing around a "secret garden" or information pool. The "bite on the leg," as portrayed in Crowley's version of The Fool, would symbolize this invasion also, for the thigh can act as an information pool of a sort where Water is stored - Water stollen by vampiric means and Dorothy's free thinking threatens to draw that Water back to Dorothy, thus the bite on the leg analogy where "blood" might be drawn from the wound.

The stollen photograph symbolizes one influence the occult process of vampirism can affect (Scorpio, the primordial thief who "bites" steals it), as does the tornado which is a Capricorn symbol (peak-state etheric energy mode), and Capricorn symbolizes confusion (Crowley's The Devil) which is symbolized by the house (Gemini/matrix/psyche) getting spun around. The psyche is put out of sorts and memories stollen as Dorothy falls asleep (vampiric practitioners visit sleeping bodies and commit acts of astral violence on them). Dorothy is successfully brainwashed in the end and decides to stick to her own "back yard" or vampirically mind-controlled information pool when dreaming and thinking.

posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:25 PM
What on earth are you talking about!? I tried to make sense of your post and I just can't do it. This has to be one of thestrangest things I have seen on this board. Time to go to bed.

posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:29 PM
My impression was that Wizard of Oz had to do with the switch of currency from gold backed to the dollar as we know. There are also some references to silver, the Depression, and other things. If people are interested I can pull up that story, there are some uncanny similarities in that respect...

posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:31 PM
It seems strange because it is new to you. It is simply condensed information that might stimulate people to try and think. The post is sensible and informative, just as is calculus or biology to the right people. It is the language illuminated class people speak, and you are not meant to understand it and will not unless you decide to study it. It tells of how they structure all they do.

posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:36 PM
The currency angle is interesting, and fits the use of analogy very well, even as I explained it. The Water element is often symbolized by currency flow, and different currency is effectively reserved for different people these days, just as is different information. They work with effective information pools which are influenced by relative illuminated states (illumination is a Water elemental analogy in their system). Illuminated people "have gold" and common people "have waste paper." There is much in that movie about more advanced forms of mind control though, methods reserved for illuminated "angels" flying into bedrooms they like to watch on video monitors.

posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 11:47 PM
I did some reading on this awhile ago, I found a site that I had bookmarked. It tries to show the connections between The Wizard of Oz and the Illuminati.

A few excerpts...

- The occultist Baum, a member of the Theosophical Society, was inspired by some spirit who gave him the “magic key” to write the Wizard of Oz book, which came out in 1900. The book’s story is full of satanic activity and satanic thinking. The story was chosen in the late 1940s to be the basis for the Illuminati/Intelligence community’s trauma-based total mind control programming. As a way of enhancing the effect of the programming, Monarch slaves are conditioned to place trigger items into their lives. When the movie was made, Judy Garland, who had lived a life touched by the occult world’s abuse, was chosen to act as Dorothy.

- The man who wrote the book The Wizard of Oz was a member of the Theosophical Society. L. Frank Baum lived in South Dakota and created The Wizard of Oz book as a theosophical fairy tale incorporating the “ancient wisdom” of the Mystery Religions. The books have so much material from inside the secret world of the Illuminati, that the few who understand the Illuminati wonder if Baum wasn’t an insider. The moral of the book is that we must rely upon ourselves, for we alone have the power to save ourselves. This was part of the original lie of Satan in the garden. Satan has simply dressed up the same original lie into different packaging and is distributing it worldwide as the most popular American fairy tale.

- In step with Wizard of Oz mind-control programming, the wicked witch & naughty children cannot stand water but dissolve. Robotic clones are created in the minds of Monarch slaves which can only be mentally dissolved by mentally placing water on them.

- Winged monkeys in the haunted forest, harken back to the pagan cultures which placed wings on various animal idols.

- The trees are alive like animals in the film. The Illuminati believe that the trees have spirits. In one of the Oz films, even the stones have personality and talk. This comes straight out of Druidism.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 12:23 AM
These insiders are quite common. The movie entitled Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is about how to run the old "get them into a room and under camera surveillance" routine. They can watch virtually anyone they want via satalite micro-cam. That movie contains much encrypted information on the vampiric practices described in The Wizard of Oz also - the old astral house-wreck routine. This trauma you mention can also be inflicted upon you in your sleep, and fear structured into your character structure which, when discovered and experienced, feels so intense, it is like acid poured over your scalp and face and it is major panic I am talking about here (the woman in the above-mentioned movie displayed no scars, but her head is removed every night of her life). They can use very many "vampiric astral monkeys" to astral project into your mind; they crystal gaze at your head while you sleep and astral project into your psyche the same way they do into surveilance monitors, and basically experience your cheerful, accomplished memories, and effectively bleach them away (long technicality here) leaving the more confused and pre-accomplished memories for you which, over time, transforms you into someone who is "unaccomplished" in disposition. I know this sounds nuts at first, but once you crack their alchemcial code or symbolic language, vampirism and its specific practice is revealed to be a central theme. In the end, Dorothy learns to "mind her own business" and not to exercise too much of her right to free thought. These people exercise control which is devastating in its influence, and they don't even have to be seen. The wicked witches symbolize various Illuminated networks and Dorothy is one of their "Water towers" from which they draw until it runs dry, probably raped for Water since birth (this is motivation for recruitment also because these people eat souls). Dorothy has no idea she is visited upon in the night by very many "ghostly monkeys," a monkey being a common Scorpio symbol just as are snakes and spiders (the monkey scene in 2001: A Space Odyssey is about one aura or "monkey clan" attacking another for Water, for Scorpio's initiative makes Sagittarius' function, and an aura is Sagittarius). Also, Dorothy actually feeds the wicked witch and makes the ugly die in her, so the wicked witch becomes beautiful, though were don't witness this. The wicked witch won in the end. Water was what she was after. It was taken in the beginning of the movie, and then returned in the end, and Dorothy thinks she won. They are allowed to steal your water, but if you accidently take some back, they "become wicked and ugly" to you. It is easier for you to recover your stollen property than it is for them to steal and retain it. All you have to do is practice what they steal.

Here is some more info:

While reading Stephen King's Wizard and Glass, I decided to take another look at the movie version of The Wizard of Oz (o's or zeros). Well, the movie is deeply alchemical, and is also about a vampiric "mafia war," with Dorothy playing the unwitting "tennis champion" who drops a sh!t-load on top of a vampire via the Gemini matrix (house symbolizes Gemini matrix), and then the rest of the vampiric clan sends Dorothy on a dangerous trip towards "enlightenment." Judy Garland was probably chosen because of her somewhat sunken in eyes which is a common symptom of vampiric network possession, for vampires always take Water from their victims, the Water meant for their victim's eyes and frontal lobe, as well as any other Water they can draw. Dorothy is a Queen (Water elemental), as are all of the witches who each carry a different version of Toto whether it is a wand or a broom. Dorothy is the Fool, and Toto is the Fool's little white dog and is Capricorn, an eye for the Queen to use and build talent with (Leo, Virgo, and Capricorn are Talent or Air together). The Scare Crow is Aquarius, a "pile of junk," the Tin Man is Scorpio, a killer with an ax, and the Lion is Leo. These are the four primordial initiatives (fixed signs) tripping along a dangerous road together. This story might mirror a real-world human-sacrifice-in-progress where the vampires gather around a bed and associated sleeping body somewhere in Hollywood at night and orgy the night away upon the victim to absorb the victim's life energy, using the victim's expanded energy-field as a "bath tub." The vampires "drink and then pee" as the astral orgy progresses to a climax.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 01:11 AM
Here's another take,

This is not a mere child's story written by L. Frank Baum. What symbol does "Oz" stand for? Ounces - Gold. What is the yellow brick road? Bricks or ingot bars of gold.

The character known as the Straw Man represents that fictitious ALL CAPS legalfiction - a PERSON - the Federal U.S. Government created with the same spelling as your Christian birth name. Remember what the Straw Man wanted from the Wizard of Oz? A brain! No legal fiction has a brain because they have no breath of life! What did he get in place of a brain? A Certificate. A Birth Certificate for a new legal creation. He was proud of his new legal status, plus all the other legalisms he was granted. Now he becomes the true epitome of the brainless sack of straw who was given a Certificate in place of a brain of common sense.

What about the Tin Man? Does Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) mean anything to you? The poor TIN Man just stood there mindlessly doing his work until his body literally froze up and stopped functioning. He worked himself to death because he had no heart nor soul. He's the heartless and emotionless creature robotically carrying out his daily task as if he was already dead. His masters keep him cold on the outside and heartless on the inside in order to control any emotions or heart he may get a hold of.

What about the trip through the field of poppies? They weren't real people, so drugs had no effect on them. The Wizard of Oz was written at the turn of the century, so how could the author have known America was going to be drugged?

Who finally exposed the Wizard for what he really was? Toto, the ugly (or cute, depending on your perspective) and somewhat annoying little dog. Toto means in total, all together; Latin in toto. Notice how Toto was not scared of the Great Wizard's theatrics, yet he was so small in size compared to the Wizard, no-one seemed to notice him. The smoke, flames and hologram images were designed to frighten people into doing as the Great Wizard of Oz commanded.

Let's not forget those pesky flying monkeys. What a perfect mythical creature to symbolize the Bar Association Attorners who attack and control all the little people for the Great Crown Wizard, the powerful and grand Bankers of Oz -Gold.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 01:12 AM
In the beginning, there is a garden, and in the end, there is a back yard. They are both "pools" which can be auras, information pools, literal yards which one might spy on, games which can be exlusive in nature, or any other Sagittarius analogy. Sagittarius is an Art (Crowley Tarot), a cauldron, a road, a river, a path, a table, a chair, a bed, a beach, and many other related symbols. Dorothy disturbs someone else's "back yard," and in the end keeps her nose glued to her own rather "too meager" garden. Regan, who is a Dorothy in the movie entitled The Exorcist, "plays a game in the back yard" with "a wicked witch" who "eats juicy apples." Another movie about the practice of occult vampirism.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 02:41 AM
I really doubt that there's a connection between the Wizard of Oz and the Illumnati. In fact, I doubt that there's any hidden meaning in the movie at's a children's movie. Why make more out of it than that?

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 12:26 PM
OK, I sure don't think that the Wizard of OZ has anything to do with secret conspiracies and what not...but....

Has anyone tried the thing with the Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd??? Anyone anyone?????

I don't have the vinyl so I can't do it...can anyone else?

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 02:34 PM
Well, in order to come to the conclusion that there are symbolic codes at work in mass media, one has to study mass media and look for codes. There would have to be a system to it, and if it is a powerful system, it would mirror nature in its design, therefore, one would have to study nature to a minimal degree. Analogy would be central to the codes structure, thus metaphor would be an important language element within the code. Analogy can be used to stitch together different story lines, some obvious to most people, and others symbolic and therefore effectively encrypted to the point most people will not notice them. Once one understands the hidden language, one can understand the hidden messages. Occult vampirism is a central theme for these messages. The code is essentially alchemical. I challenge anyone to study and fail to find common symbolic threads which link different movies together. They borrow from each other all of the time in creating their symbolic encryptions. They even use this code in creating big news events, even on a local level. These people are in just about every town.

A children's movie is a perfectly acceptible vehicle for this kind of code. Children are victims of much of the occult activities going on these days. In fact children as young as eight can be actively involved in perpetrating these crimes upon other children and even adults. It would be the perfect sick joke to encrypt a children's movie with all kinds of sexual sadomasochistic symbolism. It happens all of the time. The child you leave in bed sleeping peacefully can be beaten senseless on a soul level night after night and feel nothing, and then the child's penial gland is effectively stolen until the child is basically weak in the head and senseless of astral possibilities. One spends one's life playing the role of a psychic battery much like those portrayed in The Matrix, another movie laced with all kinds of symbolism in the same tradition as The Exorcist or The Wizard of Oz.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 02:45 PM
When dealing with this code, one is also dealing with hidden story lines which mirror hidden activities of a real nature, so Dorothy may have symbolized someone real living out in the middle of nowhere and suffering through a purposefully stunted life, thus her imagination is very active, but she is not so intellectual. The little chicks which are being kept warm are symbolic of prospective young network people getting jump-started at "Dorothy's" expense. So "mom and dad" are a part of the network and help the network exploit "Dorothy" until she has been robbed of her soul power and psychic tendencies - intuition especially because it "is Water." The Water element is often symbolized by comfort and warmth because heat is a Water elemental analogy just as is etheric power. They substitute heat for etheric "colors in the aura" or circulating etheric energy which makes one feel comfortable and cheerful. They steal "Dorothy's" natural good cheer and leave "Dorothy" embittered in the end, probably even homeless and "without comfort" for the rest of her life as part of the "magic spell" used to kill "Dorothy."

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 04:27 PM

Originally posted by Scat
Has anyone tried the thing with the Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd??? Anyone anyone?????

I've read about the dvd, I'm gonna have to try and get hold of it sometime.
It's called "Dark Side Of The Rainbow"
You have to start the pink floyd album at exactly the right time at the beginning of the wizard of oz and it seems to play along with the film. The music in parts seems to express the same emotions felt by the characters at times , and the lyrics fit in with whats going on etc.

here's a link for the list of synchronicities in the dvd

[edit on 14-6-2004 by pantha]

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 04:45 PM
The four main characters of the film symbolize the four fixed signs of the zodiac which are themselves symbolic of the four primordial forms of initiation in nature. Dorothy symbolizes Taurus and, as protagonist, is the more complex character with her dog Toto and basket. This symbolism is derived from imagery to be found in different tarot versions of The Fool. Toto is a Capricorn symbol which represents a fresh attempt at building solar momentum or talent. Capricorn symbolizes the first and last stages of solar development which is a separate technical discussion all its own(Leo, Virgo, and Capricorn are the Princess or solar focuses in the zodiac). Dogs are common Capricorn symbols. Dorothy's basket is the same idea as the bag carried around by The Fool; it is "gold" or "stars" and represents the wealth of experience which is to be stolen from Dorothy during her "adventures."

The Scare Crow symbolizes Aquarius which is often symbolized by junk or fodder. Aquarius "lacks brains" or "is Asleep" on a primordial level.

The Tin Man with his ax is Scorpio and Scorpio is always looking for "heart" or Water to lend some shape to in making dreams. Scorpio is Death who carries a scyth or "ax."

The lion is of course Leo who should be brave because talent makes one brave and able to "face the weather."

The four fixed signs express initiative together to keep one life alive in its travels. So, Dorothy reacquires herself as she travels along the yellow brick road. Each brick is a star which attracts illuminations to itself and also radiates illumination, and a dream - a road - is made of illumination and contains very many stars within its nature.

Dorothy can't fly over the rainbow or over the Gemini matrix to experience other worlds. She has been kept from expressing this potential so that the talent of astral projection can be stollen from her.

posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 07:23 PM

Originally posted by Scat
Has anyone tried the thing with the Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd??? Anyone anyone?????

I've done this a few times and I'm not convinced that there is no correlation. There are certain parts that seem to go together so perfect, the scene with the tornado and the Floyd song "Great gig in the sky" comes to mind. You do have to start them at the perfect time, when the MGM lion roars the third time you are supposed to start the CD. Roger Waters has long denied any connection but you have to listen for yourself and make up your own mind.

I started a thread on this a long time ago, I'll see if I can dig it up.

Here it is.....

Here is a good site with setup instructions and things to look for.

The Dark Side of Oz

Dark Side producer, Alan Parsons, denies any connection between Dark Side and Oz, stating that The Wizard of Oz never came up at all during production of the album. Pink Floyd's keyboardist Richard Wright was totally baffled by the suggestion of it. He had never heard of such a thing. The WZLX deejay, however, claims to believe that Roger Waters intentionally and secretly wrote the album to fit the film. Could it really have happened as the deejay claims?

posted on Jun, 15 2004 @ 12:20 AM
There does seem to be a correlation between the album and movie. The key factor which convinced me is the end of the album; its heartbeat corresponds with Dorothy knocking on the chest of the Tin Man with her knuckles, so the heartbeat at the beginning is the same link. You are supposed to restart the album at that exact point, and then the correlations continue. They seem to be playing an analogy game using key words and scene changes as links between the movie and music. Black and wave correspond to the Wicked Witch of the West (the black wave crashing over Georgina's head in Girl Interrupted is vampiric network influence upon Georgina's controlled psyche), and the word home corresponds with the Good Witch of the North. The Heartbeat on the album is the missing heartbeat of the Tin Man indicating that it was taken to help create The Dark Side of the Moon. They must have been assigned a Dorothy to use as a battery for the creation of their music. Dorothy types, like Neo in The Matrix, play the role of human battery, the juice being drawn off of them by vampiric means. They just linked the movie to the music by running the music through the movie at least twice (three times: click your heals three times), using analogy as buttons or as linking nexus. This would be like magic designed to allow them to get the most out of their Dorothy source. I just noticed that the album must be played three times, starting again just as it ends. "Home, home again ..." starts in just as Dorothy gets home. Dorothy is now "the faithful."

posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 01:08 AM
I have tried playing the CD through the two plus times needed to match the movie up to the recording. The best way is to start the second play-through at the exact moment Dorothy knocks on the Tin Man's chest.

The Tin Man describes himself a "a mad man, trying to explain why he is a mad man" or is heartless - as Scorpio the killer - Death. The clocks symbolize the Gemini matrix as do the witches, thus the clocks go off just as the wicked woman apears in the movie for the first time. The ending times up perfectly with the music when you play it the way I instruct, and "home, home again" starts just as Dorothy arrives back home in the movie, and then the music plays to the end credits exactly on que.

posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 01:28 AM
As an example of how to catch some of the little tricks they play on you using movie symbolism:

When Dorothy has her run-in with the wicked old woman who owns half the county (Witch symbolizes Gemini and Gemini can symbolize an illuminated network), the incubator, which warms all of the little chicks breaks down, a coincidence which is not likely to be included in the story for no reason at all. Illumination is a venusian analogy in the Libra vein. Libra symbolizes the cardinal version of Water elemental analogy in the secret system, and the word cardinal means energy to these people. Libra symbolizes energy movement in general (Capricorn symbolizes energy concentration, Cancer symbolizes energy disbursion, and Aries symbolizes the energy which cannot be experienced and which is infinite in reserve - pure extrapolation and abstraction). In the Crowley version of Adjustment, the blue and green which can be used to help bring on trance dominates the color scheme. It is illumination or "warmth" which brings this state about and the illuminated class are comprised of the worlds masters when it comes to activities conducted out of trance, like extended astral projection. The chicks are young illuminatti getting a jump-start off of Dorothy without Dorothy's knowledge. This is extreme black magic which involves the cannibalistic consumption of a soul. they use words interchangeably in their use of analogy, so comfort, warmth, water, wet, flow, energetic power, magnetism, light, and similar analogies can all mean illumination in general - The Water element which they hoard via black magic. Illuminated people can be jump-started in their status as illuminated class people, and human sacrifice is used to accomplish this task. Astral projection, which is conducted out of a trance state, is their basic practice and their most primary control measures are executed via astral projection, including their favored form of human sacrifice. The whole of civilization can be altered in less than half a decade via vampirism alone. Dorothy is the incubator which only stopped working once she decided to think freely and attract back some of her stollen illumination.

posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 02:58 AM
Heart is the central theme encrypted into the symbolism of The Fool. The movie is dedicated to the young at heart, and this is what The Green is. The Green Man is money in some people's minds, and this is why the song entitled Money starts up just as Dorothy enters into her colorful dream; money is being beaten out of her as she "walks the gauntlet." She is being exploited via the worst kinds of violence and sex. Her entire nature is in the process of being penetrated and violated from all possible astral and etheric fronts by people she has known all of her life and by people she has never met. This idea of a dream occuring in conjunction with vampiric exploitation is a common theme in mass media (The Matrix). The exploited heartbeat is made into some kind of storybook hero, but is really made into some kind of extreme Fool who suffers the worse imaginable insults as a form of sadomasochistic worship, for the actual form of worship reserved for this hero consists of getting the snot beat out of her night after night, until her strong heart belongs to others who divide up the spoils before moving on to the next prey. The "blood and flesh" which is whipped off of her spiritual constitution is absorbed into the spritual body upon which it splatters (Kill Bill/The Passion of the Christ).

The heart is central in this symbolism because it has strong venusian qualities about it; zero is the decimal sequence number assigned to Taurus in the secret system, thus the Fool has bull's horns. Venus, as a primordial analogy, is beautiful and has strong beat and sensual rhythm, and heart has a strong beat too; Venus has a warm heart. Dorothy is raised stunted out on the dustbowl farm (Iraq in The Exorcist), but she sings pretty anyway, and the vampire must seduce and then rape a heartbeat for him or herself. Dorothy loses heart during the course of the Wizard of Oz, and the vampires check in on her to assure that this is indeed the case. Dorothy gives up her free thinking tendencies.

The vampiric occult practitioner can gaze your skull while astral projecting, as though it were crystal (this is the secret black magic the crystal skull merely symbolizes), and then jump into images seen, often images of dreams you are having. They can make a dream that effectively substitutes itself for any adventures you might make for yourself in the real world, adventures of discovery especially. So everything Dorothy does in this dream is kept from happening in the real world. If you ever become a popular subject for vampiric exploitation, you might notice people - famous people even - digging about in closets, trash cans, and generally wrecking house in your dreams from time to time. People who respond to your presence near them as though they are patiently waiting for you to leave their immediate area or who walk away from you while you look the other way and who try to walk back into the scene a bit later, testing to see if you can see them.

The new Harry Potter movie makes use of ideas from this movie. The Dementors for example are the same analogy of Death as are the flying monkeys in this movie. And Dorothy is a pretty blue bird.

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