Peter Pan

Peter Pan is a book, written in 1902 by Scottish writer JM Barrie. Like Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland, used in trauma based mind control of children to learn to dissociate (go to Neverland, Wonderland or Oz). Like Robin Hood, the green clothed Peter Pan represents the Green Man of spring, Pan and Mercury the Fool (androgynous, Pan-sexual). JM Barrie was a friend of the Saxe-Coburgs and other British agent like AC Doyle, HG Wells and GB Shaw. He wrote for Scribner's Magazine like Ernest Hemingway. Elves are associated with Nilfheim on the Norse Tree of Life.

The story is set in Kensington Gardens London with Big Ben (clock programming also in Alice in Wonderland) and Tower Bridge as reoccuring symbols. The eternal boy archetype was described by Carl Jung. Captain Hook represents the Hierophant (letter Vav: hook). Osiris always had a scepter with a hook. The hook represents Scorpio (Golden Gate).

Neverland  (treasure island of pirate Captain Hook) contains a Black Castle (castle programming). Tiger Lilly represents Lilith.

1904 was year 0 the Fool, in which Aleister Crowley became the prophet of the  Aeon of Horus. Barrie was a friend of HOGD member AC Doyle and Fabians HG Wells and GB Shaw.

Adaptations and Peter Pan symbolism

1942 Peter Pan Betty Bronson (The Singing Fool, relationship with Douglas Fairbanks Jr of Order of St John) Ernest Torrence Virginia Brown Faire Anna May Wong Paramount Pictures

1953 Peter Pan Disney (pink sky symbolism) Bobby Driscoll (University High School, Hollywood Professional School, died age 33) Kathryn Beaumont (Alice in Wonderland) Hans Conried (Fort Knox, Columbia) directed by Clyde Geronimi (born 6/12 date Rosemary's Baby in which Rosemary is raped by Pan)
1955 Peter Pan as character in Fantasyland of Disneyland parks
1960 Operation Peter Pan, Catholic University of America transfers Cuban minors to US, with Miguel Bezos (stepfather of Jeff Bezos) and Bill Vidal (mayor of Denver).
1971 Peter Pan's Flight at Disney World Florida.
1976 Peter Pan NBC Mia Farrow
1978 The Lost Boys BBC Ian Holm Tim Piggot-Smith
1980s Michael Jackson programmed with Peter Pan at his Neverland Ranch
1987 The Lost Boys Kiefer Sutherland Corey Feldman (friend of Michael Jackson) Corey Haim Dianne Wiest Jason Patric (played in movie about MK Ultra) Joel Schumacher Warner Bros
1990 Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates Fox Kids James Marsden Tim Curry
1991 Hook Robin Williams Dustin Hoffman Julia Roberts Gwyneth Paltrow Phil Collins Charlie Korsmo as Jack Bob Hoskins Maggie Smith (Harry Potter) Dante Basco as Rufio (myth of Hiram Abiff) David Crosby (Laurel Canyon) Steven Spielberg Nathan Crowley TriStar Pictures (winged horse Pegasus, associated with Enki-Mercury) produced by Dodi Fayed
1992 Alan Moore Lost Girls
Alizée with Tinker Bell tattoo
2002 Return to Neverland
2003 Peter Pan Lynn Redgrave Jason Isaacs (remake of Rosemary's Baby)
2003 Neverland (gay agenda) Damion Dietz
2003 Exo (SM Entertainment) Peter Pan
2004 Finding Neverland Johnny Depp Kate Winslet Freddie Highmore (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) Dustin Hoffman
2006 Peter Pan play event at the palace of Elizabeth II, with Kelly Osbourne Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Patsy Kensit, Jonathan Ross, Jerry Hall and Richard O'Brien (transgender agenda).
2011 Once Upon a Time ABC
2011 Neverland Syfy Rhys Ifans Bob Hoskins Keira Knightley
2012 London Olympics NHS ritual Sandy Hook ritual
2013 BTS (Big Hit Media) Adult Child
2013 Pan Hugh Jackman Rooney Mara Amanda Seyfried Garret Hedlund Levi Miller (A Wrinkle In Time) Cara Delevingne
Disney slave Selena Gomez
2014 Peter Pan Live Christopher Walken Minnie Driver
2015 Peter and Wendy Stanley Tucci (Puck in Midsummer's Night Dream)
2015 Chance the Rapper Same Drugs (pink sky)
2020 Come Away David Oyelowo Angelina Jolie Michael Caine Derek Jacobi
2023 Peter Pan and Wendy Disney+ Joe Roth (married to daughter of MK Ultra linked Samuel Arkoff) Yara Shahidi Jude Law

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