Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) is a book by pedophile Lewis Carroll (Society for Psychical Research), published in 1865, made into a movie by Disney, as a manual for families with multi-generational sexual abuse, to create a Monarch slave, through trauma based mind control.

Like the Wizard of Oz, the story is based on Egyptian mythology represents Isis (Sirius), going to the underworld, the inner world to find Osiris. The goddess Isis became fertility goddess Ishtar in Babylon with rabbits and eggs (celebrated at Easter).

Lewis Carroll was a mathematician and made allusions to quaternions, used in 4D math, to indicate Wonderland is the spirit world, the 4th dimension. His mentor was Christian minister George MacDonald (friend of Mark Twain and John Ruskin, father of screenwriter Philip MacDonald). Alice Liddell was used by priest Robinson Duckworth, who was present at the funeral of Charles Darwin. Duckworth was educated at Oxford, chaplain to Prince of Wales and a member of the Order of St John. Carroll and Duckworth were also members of the  Athenaeum Club like Charles Darwin, Arthur Wellesly, Michael Faraday, Robert Forbes, Thomas Huxley, Rudyard Kipling, Benjamin Disraeli, James Maxwell, St John Philby, jesuit AC Doyle, Robert Peel, John Ruskin, John Russell, Edward Bulwer-Lytton and later Jimmy Savile.

Aquarius is the Star card, letter Hei (window). All movie stars play the Isis/Alice archetype, lost in a dreamworld (Hollywood).

The rabbit hole represents the constellation Lepus, considered by the Egyptians as a window to the spirit world, associated with nr 42 (mirror of 24 Jupiter).

The color pink and purple is used in mind control to make the victim dissociate (pink flamingo in Alice in Wonderland=phallus), so they later can be used as archetypes of the Whore of Babylon (dressed in purple) in pop culture. Alice is seen as going deeper down the rabbit hole on a black/white masonic floor.

The 'eat me' and 'drink me' message in Alice's pill box refers to the gnostic Eucharist Cake of Light ritual in the OTO. The dollhouse stands for confinement in cages as punishment (doll programming). Like the Wizard in the Wizard of Oz, the Mad Hatter represent Mercury, the Magician (mercury leads to hallucinations and memory loss).

Like the Good Witch and the Wicked Witch in the Wizard of Oz, the white and red queen represent ice (water) and fire, winter (Capricorn - Queen of Disks) and summer (Cancer - Queen of Hearts). It is the parents their dual role as abuser and protector, that causes the victim of trauma based mind control to dissociate, split their mind and create twin alters to deal with the abuse.

The trial with Rule 42 is the judgement of Osiris, Lord of the Underworld that was ruled by 42 judges. She is chased in a labyrinth.

With all Hollywood actors under Alice in Wonderland mind control, the Saturn cult has power over billions of people who consume their entertainment and get trapped like Alice in Wonderland, in a dissociative dream world.

The name Wonderland refers to the speech in Shakespeare's The Tempest in act 5, during a play within a play, performed at the rosicrucian Frederick V and Eliazbeth Stuart wedding:

'O wonder!
How many goodly creatures are there here!
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world,
That has such people in't.'

The phrase 'Brave New World' became the title of Aldous Huxley's dystopian novel (Huxley was ordered by Walt Disney to write a script for Alice in Wonderland).

Movie adaptations

1903 Alice in Wonderland May Clark as Alice
1910 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
1923 Alice in Wonderland Disney
1931 Alice in Wonderland directed by Bud Pollard
1933 Alice in Wonderland directed by Norman McLeod
1950 Alice in Wonderland CBS (Colonna) Ford Theatre directed by Franklin Schaeffner (Planet of the Apes)
1951 Alice in Wonderland Disney
1966 Alice in Wonderland Jonathan Miller (son of Tavistock psychologist Emanuel Miller, friend of Oliver Sacks) Michael Redgrave (secret service, gay agenda) Peter Sellers Leo McKern BBC music by Ravi Shankar (Esalen) filmed at Psychiatric Unit at Netley, where Tavistock psychologist RD Laing worked.
Alice in Wonderland (or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?) Hannah-Barbera ABC Mel Blanc Sammy Davis Jr Harvey Korman Scatman Crothers
1972 Alice in Wonderland
1976 Alice in Wonderland sex comedy (porn industry) with more overt mind control symbolism, Kristine DeBell (Ford Models, Playboy)
1977 Alice Sylvia Kristel
1985 Alice in Wonderland by Irwin Allen (the Time Tunnel, Lost in Space) Sammy Davis Jr (Anton LaVey's Church of Satan) Ann Jillian (Disney film Babes in Toyland with Mickey Mouse Club member Anette Funicello) Shelley Winters filmed at MGM, broadcast on CBS. Dreamchild with Ian Holm.
1999 Alice in Wonderland Ben Kingsley Gene Wilder (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) Christopher Lloyd Pete Postlethwaite Whoopi Goldberg Miranda Richardson (name The Tempest)
2010 Alice in Wonderland (Disney) Johnny Depp Mia Wasikowska (Colonna-Walewski) Crispin Glover Anne Hathaway (=name wife Shakespeare, as Miranda, girl in The Tempest) Helena Bonham Carter Tim Burton
2016 Alice Through the Looking Glass Sacha Baron Cohen Johnny Depp Mia Wasikowska Crispin Glover Anne Hathaway

References to Alice in Wonderland

1920 Alice Prin in the Montparnasse art scene of surrealists like Man Ray

1936 Thru the Mirror Mickey Mouse Disney manual for dissociation
1939 Finnegan's Wake by jesuit James Joyce
1953 Playboy magazine with white rabbit logo, with Marilyn Monroe on the cover of its first issue.
1955 Lolita (=Lilith) by pedophile Nabokov, who published in Playboy and who translated Alice in Wonderland in Russian. The Mad Hatter and other Alice in Wonderland characters appear in Batman comics. Mad Tea Party attraction in Disneyland Park in Anaheim California.
1957 Kiss Them For Me Jayne Mansfield as Alice
1960 Martin Gardner The Anotated Alice
1962 Marilyn Monroe dies after pill overdose.
1966 Truman Capote's Black and White ball at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan Candice Bergen with rabbit mask
1967 The Doors with Jim Morrison, release 1/4 date Sterling Holloway (Cheshire Cat) 'All the Children Are Insane'. Memoires of manager Danny Sugerman 'Wonderland Avenue'.
1968 Jefferson Airplane 'White Rabbit', Jimi Hendrix 'Purple Haze', 'Are You Experienced' (looking glass), Paul McCartney 'I am the walrus' (carpenter and walrus characters in AIW).
1969 Alice Cooper debut album
1971 Mad Tea Party attraction at Disney World Florida.
1972 Pink Flamingos (gay-transgender agenda)
1974 Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Martin Scorcese Ellen Bursteyn Kris Kristofferson
1977 Jabberwocky Terry Gilliam
1981 Wonderland murders with John Holmes in Laurel Canyon media ritual
1981 founding of PETA with white rabbit logo and nude campaigns with Playboy models Pamela Anderson, Anna Nicole Smith (imitation of Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), Alicia Machado,..
1984 Nightmare on Em Str Alice Johnson
1985 The Color Purple (Alice Walker) Steven Spielberg Oprah Winfrey
1989 Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac) Other Side of the Mirror
1990 Alice Mia Farrow as Alice Tate
1991 JFK (the JFK ritual) Oliver Stone Kevin Costner telling his men to 'go through the looking glass', Twin Peaks of David Lynch Laura Palmer.
1994 Pulp Fiction Uma Thurman as Mia Wallace Jack Rabbit Slim (Uma Thurman married André Balazs whose first wife Katie Ford signed Monarch slave Kirsten DeBell to play in the 1976 sex comedy Alice in Wonderland.
1995 Alanis Morisette (Alis) Jagged Little Pill
1995 Clueless Alicia Silverstone (used for PETA with white rabbit logo) Brittany Murphy

1996 Tupac Shakur media ritual at Flamingo Road. Michael Jordan in Space Jam with Bugs Bunny. Mulholland Falls (Jennifer Connelly as Allison).
1997 Lost Highway Patricia Arquette as Alice Wakefield. The Game Michael Douglas song 'White Rabbit'.
1998 The Big Lebowski, search for Bunny Lebowski, dance on masonic floor.
1999 Eyes Wide Shut Nicole Kidman as Alice, the Truman Capote ball, lost in mirror world.

Marilyn Manson 'Eat me, drink me'. Thomas Anderson in The Matrix follows a lady with white rabbit tattoo ('going down the rabbit hole' becomes a phrase in conspiracy culture of controlled opposition). Jake Gyllenhaal is a rabbit character in 'Donnie Darko'.
2000 debut album Alizée
2001 Alicia Keys 'Fallin'. plane crash Aaliyah. A Beautiful Mind Jennifer Connelly as Alicia Nash. Blonde Eminem as pill addict (rabbits in Purple Pills).
2002 Resident Evil, Milla Jovovich as Alice. CERN project named Alice.
2002 David Icke 'Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center' (he appeared in talk show in pink-purple)
2004 Gwen Stefani (born in Anaheim, location of Disneyland) What Are You Waiting For?

What the Bleep Do We Know?!
2005 Lost nr 42, Dharma Project experiment with rabbits, episode Through the Looking Glass
2006 Down the Rabbit Hole (What the Bleep Do We Know sequel)
2007 K-pop act Wonder Girls
2008 Phoebe in Wonderland, sun flower Elle Fanning
2009 photoshoot Cara Delevingne and Bob Geldof's daughter Peaches Geldof. Malice in Wonderland Maggie Grace (Lost), Snoop Dogg Malice in Wonderland, purple sky of dissociation in Hip Hop
2010 Frankie and Alice Halle Berry
2011 Nicki Minaj the Pinkprint, Lil Wayne ft Bruno Mars 'Mirror'.
2011 Courtney in Wonderland (Courtney Love)
2012 South Korean pop group Hello Venus with Alice.
2014 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland ABC Naveen Andrews John Lithgow Barbara Hershey Keith David Iggy Pop  Millie Bobby Brown
2016 Westworld Evan Rachel Wood as Alice character
2017 Twin Peaks pink bunnies
2018 Home Again Reese Witherspoon as Alice (pink bunny in Legally Blonde)
Taylor Swift at the Grammy's.

2022 Netflix series 1899 opening song White Rabbit

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