Walt Disney And The Freemasonry

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Walter Elias Disney, better know as Walt Disney (1901-1966), American business magnate, cartoonist,filmmaker, philanthropist, and voice actor. As a prominent figure within the American animation industry and co-founder of the famous company “The Walt Disney Company” and creator of animated characters with large media, such as acceptance: Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck and animated films such as: “Pinocchio,” “Alice in Wonderland”, “Peter Pan,” “Bambi” and “Fantasia” whose musical animation is based on the written work: “the Sorcerer’s Apprentice” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, with music programmatic composer Johan Sebastian Bach, caused great interest and global recognition during the decades of the 30, 40 and 50.

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Walt Disney sought to associate his works with classical pieces and masterpieces of painters, musicians and writers. These artistic associations generated in the public an artistic confusion. Suddenly Disney animated films received Oscars, 26 in total, forcing the critical balance to focus their interests in the creations and adaptations that Walt intended. It is well known that Walt Disney was a 33rd degree Mason and many people in politics and the arts of those times were also creating bonds of favoritism in works of all kinds. In the arts, Disney was one of the main beneficiaries of the Masons, getting investors and advertising support, promoting a sleek look, without religious position, to American society and subsequently worldwide.

Walt Disney, conscious of his position as a businessman and a Mason, always raised without religious approaches productions without issues that make us reflect on the infinitely merciful God and supernatural action. Rather, he promoted and guided consumers audiovisual productions to a fantasy world where magic and sorcery are all leadership role in the lives of the main characters of fiction.

This article was written by Psalm Triginta

1 comment:

Gregg HallOctober 16, 2014 at 9:01 pmReply

Sorry Disney was not a Mason nor a 33rd. He was in the DeMolay but never joined a lodge