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The Devil in Disney

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Disney productions have given the Illuminati/Freemasons the cover to bring together illusionists, magicians, and special effects artists without anyone being suspicious. Cartoons are the product of witchcraft (see Looney Tunes, Mickey Mouse, Wake Up! It’s 1984 and Movies and Magic).

Behind all those cartoons, magazines, movies etc., is a hidden agenda to condition our children’s minds. Disney animations over the years have been filled with Satanic symbolism aimed at indoctrination. They are preparing younger generations for the New World Order, as well as introducing them to witchcraft. However, it is not only Disney films that are loaded with occult symbolism and innuendo; almost all silver and small screen productions are created for the purpose of subliminally polluting and desensitising our minds.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse is the official mascot of the Walt Disney Company. The above image is taken from the 1940 animated film The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, the third segment in Disney’s Fantasia, in which Mickey Mouse is the titular apprentice. Note that Mickey Mouse is wearing a sorcerer’s hat and is casting a magic spell.

Toy Story

Toy Story

In this movie, one of Sid’s toys is a small fish hook attached to doll legs. The legs appear to be from a Barbie-type doll. The doll is known as a ‘hooker’ in the show. Also, the spider with the mutilated doll’s head is symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (see All-Seeing-Eye).

The Lion King

The Lion King

In this animated feature film, Simba collapses into the dust in an iconic scene. However, the dirt spins up into the air in a cloud. Within the cloud, the word ‘SEX’ can clearly be seen if the video is slowed down. Disney claimed it was inserted by its in-house special effects group and meant to represent s.f.x., a signature meaning ‘special effects’.

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When the film was rereleased in 2002, the poster came under scrutiny for what appeared to be a woman’s backside hidden in the lion face. The lion, which represents Satan (1 Peter 5:8), is also symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (see Sun worship and Hell’s Gate, Naivasha, Kenya).

A Bug’s Life

A Bug's Life

This movie was full of adult humour. There is one scene that is particularly loaded with sexual connotation. When Francis meets one of the Fly Brothers, the brother says, “Hey, cutie! Wanna pollinate with a real bug?” This is a direct innuendo meaning sex.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

In the promotional poster for this 2010 Disney film, the word ‘SEX’ is subliminally formed by smoke from the ring and shadows on the face.

The Rescuers

The Rescuers

Within The Rescuers, which debuted in 1977, fans were able to catch a glimpse of a topless woman. This photo of a topless woman was inserted in at least two frames, although they were so briefly shown that most people wouldn’t notice them.

The Little Mermaid

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Poster and cover art for the 1989 animated film caused controversy when people noticed that the castle’s golden towers looked like giant penises. The phallic symbols were found only on the original cover, and were removed from later editions.

The Little Mermaid

Another ambiguous moment came during the wedding scene between Eric and Ursula. The minister performing the wedding ceremony appears to have an erection. Disney has since redrawn the scene (see Secrets of Fairytales).

The Flintstones

The Flintstones

This cartoon series was produced by Hanna-Barbera. While shopping for a Halloween costume, Fred asks Barney what he wants to be. Barney replies that he would like to be taller. Fred recommends he get another head. Barney replies, “What do I need three of them for?”

Tangled

Tangled

A more recent example of hidden innuendo is in this 2010 feature. One of the promotional posters included the word ‘SEX’ subtly hidden within Rapunzel’s hair. Tangled was also filled with images of sun worship; and the white horse on the poster signifies Satan (see The White Horse).

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Released in 1988, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was a smash hit. There was plenty of sexual innuendo in Jessica Rabbit herself, but there was also a very obvious sexual blooper inserted into the film. An incident that occurs during the scene in which Jessica Rabbit is riding through Toontown with Bob Hoskins in an animated cab. As the taxi runs into a lamp post, Jessica and Hoskins are both thrown from the car; Jessica lands spinning, which causes her red dress to start hiking up her body, revealing she is wearing no underwear.

In another scene, Bob Hoskins steps into Toontown Hotel men’s room. Graffiti on the wall reads ‘For a good time, call Allyson Wonderland’, with the phrase ‘The Best Is Yet to Be’ appearing underneath it. The ‘Allyson Wonderland’ graffiti is a word play on ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (see Alice in Wonderland).

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In the same film, a scene at the beginning depicts a diaper-clad Baby Herman stomping off the set and underneath the dress of a woman. Watched frame-by-frame, the scene reveals Baby Herman extending his middle finger while looking up into her skirt and re-emerging with a spot of drool on his upper lip. The finger was edited out the DVD version, as you can see in the bottom half of the image.

Hunchback of Notre Dame

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In one scene in this cartoon, the word ‘SEX’ is clearly spelled out in the flames when Esmeralda does the dance of desire (Esmeralda is the dancing figure that forms the flames).

Art Attack

The Head, a puppet stone bust on UK ITV channel’s Art Attack, had the word ‘sex’ carved into its hair

Mrs. Doubtfire

Mrs Doubtfire

This film was produced by Blue Wolf Productions. In the scene where Daniel Hillard is at his brother’s salon trying on various outfits, he tries one that makes him act like a little Yiddish lady. He then says, “I should never buy gribenes from a mohel. It’s so chewy.” Now for you non-Yiddish folks out there, gribenes is a kosher dish of chicken or goose skin cracklings served with fried onions. A mohel is a man who performs circumcisions. The translated sentence then: I should never buy my skin cracklings from the gentleman who performs the skin-cutting ceremony.

Shrek

Shrek

The Three Bears are originally shown at the beginning of the movie in their cages, the little bear cruelly on his own while his helpless parents can only look on in horror and fear. Then, later, we see various fairytale creatures around a fire in Shrek’s swamp. We see Daddy Bear comforting Baby Bear about their situation, no doubt telling him that everything will be fine even though he knows deep down they are both doomed. But why was the kid really upset?

Because later we see the skinned remains of Mama Bear in Lord Farquaard’s chamber.

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And Mama Bear’s lifeless eyes will forever remain burned into our skulls.

Hercules

Hercules

In this 1997 animated feature, after Hercules punches River Guardian, a horseshoe hits him in the head, causing a phallic shaped lump to form. It eventually grew into a penis with the eyebrows as a set of testicles.

Hey Arnold!

Grandpa Phil’s head in this Nickelodeon animated film partially looks like a phallus.

Beauty and the Beast

While Lefou sings to his master Gaston about how wonderful he is in the town tavern, his fellow publicans reach out to pull him back — Lefou’s nose blends with another character’s arm to create this phallic shape.

Sponge Bob Square Pants

Sponge Bob in Nickelodeon’s animated film seems to have simply worn his underwear on his head…

…until you flip the image:

Sausage Party

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This 2016 animated film about talking food was produced by Nitrogen Studios Canada Inc. ‘Sausage’ is slang for penis. Frank, the sausage, and his hotdog bun girlfriend, Brenda, are pictured on the poster, with Frank strategically placed between Brenda’s lips so that she looks like a vagina. Since you put a hotdog into a bun, that means ~ sausage party = sex party/orgy.

The innuendo and conditioning is not limited to features, but extends to everything associated with Disney:

In this poster for Euro Disney’s Blaðið, Minnie’s dress makes a subliminal penis shape in Mickey’s hand. BLAÐIÐ is Icelandic. Meaning: BLAÐ means magazine (in this context) and the -IÐ at the end is equivalent to ‘the’, so this means ‘the magazine’. The word above ‘BLAÐIÐ’ is ‘Disney’, so the full title is ‘DISNEY BLAÐIÐ’, or ‘the Disney magazine’.  

Chanel Iman wearing a T-shirt depicting Mickey and Minnie mouse having sex

Chanel Iman wearing a T-shirt depicting Mickey and Minnie Mouse having sex

Here’s a not-so-hidden phallus pointing right at Miley Cyrus’ head in the marketing of Hannah Montana candy, which they are promoting as a ‘microphone’ to be held up to the teenage girl’s mouth, or a ‘guitar’. How many flesh coloured guitars and microphones have you seen? Incidentally, ‘concert candy’ is slang for a blowjob.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez, a former Mouseketeer, has her hand over a giant purple crayon, which signifies a phallus, as well as dissociation (see Dissociation/Fear).

Donald Duck Ride

Donald Duck Ride

This is the Donald Duck Ride, a sick and twisted way to get children to participate in a sex act.

 

 

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Mickey Mouse

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Mickey Mouse is used to symbolise Monarch slaves who are spies (see Monarch slaves). These Monarch slaves are demonically possessed and the demons become their alter personas that control every aspect of their lives.

The mascot/identifier of spies is Mickey Mouse ears.

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse

Ears are for hearing/listening and these ears symbolise spying.

When these slaves give private performances or are hired out as sex slaves to wealthy sheikhs, local or foreign businessmen/politicians, clergy or royals, they act like tape recorders and record everything they hear, then playback/repeat it to their handlers.

Let’s take a look at where Mickey Mouse ears appear:

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Rihanna

Rihanna

Candice Swanepoel; note the ‘x’ on her glove and those on the eyeballs of the creature staring at her. An ‘x’ is a diagonal cross

Ashley Tisdale

Ashley Tisdale, who is symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (see All-Seeing Eye)

Katy Perry and Hayden Panettiere

Katy Perry and Hayden Panettiere

Beyonce

Beyoncé

Britney Spears

Britney Spears on the cover for the single I Wanna Go; note the skull with the Mickey Mouse ears, symbolising a demon-possessed Britney. The skull represents a skeleton

Etymology of skeleton:

From Ancient Greek σκελετός ‎(skeletós, meaning ‘dried up, withered, dried body, parched, mummy‘), from σκελλώ ‎(skellṓ, meaning ‘dry, dry up, make dry, parch’), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)kelh₁- ‎(to parch, wither); compare Greek σκληρός ‘hard’.

The skeleton represents the demons that possess Britney — demons are dead, zombies, dried up like a mummy.

Cubby O'Brien as a Mousketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club, circa 1956

Cubby O’Brien as a Mousketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club, circa 1956

Tina Fey, photographed for Vogue magazine

Kourtney Kardashian, the cat she is holding identifies her as a sex slave

Annette Funicello and Jimmie Dodd

Annette Funicello and Jimmie Dodd

Chloe Grace Moretz in Teen Vogue magazine

Chloe Grace Moretz in Teen Vogue magazine; Chloe is wearing chains, symbolic of her enslavement

Madonna

Madonna

Dakota Fanning on the cover of Glamour magazine in March 2013

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Xiao Wen Ju Vogue China January 2015

Xiao Wen Ju, photographed for Vogue China in January 2015

Jessie J

Jessie J

Suri Cruise

Suri Cruise

Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne; the leopard print pattern identifies her as a sex slave

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen

Brendan Mayer

Brendan Mayer

Robbie Snelders, photographed for V magazine in 1999

Sarah Jessica Parker

Chrissie Chau on the cover of Ketchup magazine

Kelly Osbourne, Ali Lohan and Lindsay Lohan

Kelly Osbourne, Ali Lohan and Lindsay Lohan

Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell

Teri Hatcher and her daughter Emerson

Teri Hatcher and her daughter Emerson

Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens

 Jim Parsons

Jim Parsons

Twiggy

Twiggy

Tyra Banks, the leopard print hat symbolises Sex Kitten programming

Tyra Banks, the leopard print hat identifies her as a sex slave

Rita Ora on the cover of Elle magazine

Rita Ora on the cover of Elle magazine

Cher Lloyd

Cher Lloyd

Doda (real name Dorota Rabczewska)

Doda (real name Dorota Rabczewska)

Heather Marks by David Burton for Elle France December 2011

Heather Marks, photographed by David Burton for Elle France in December 2011

Drew Barrymore photographed for Pop magazine in September 2009

Drew Barrymore photographed for Pop magazine in September 2009

Chanel Iman Vogue Germany

Chanel Iman, photographed for Vogue Germany

Sting, photographed by Marcia Resnick in 1979

Zelda Williams, photographed for Entertainment Weekly

Zelda Williams, photographed for Entertainment Weekly; she is symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (see All-Seeing Eye)

Emma Watson

Emma Watson

Coco Rocha by Arthur Elgort

Coco Rocha, photographed by Arthur Elgort. An ice cream cone represents the mental brain freeze of the Monarch slave, or their madness and helplessness

Melanie Brown and her daughter Madison

Melanie Brown and her daughter Madison

Karen Elson by Cass Bird for Vogue Korea October 2013 5

Karen Elson, photographed by Cass Bird for Vogue Korea in October 2013

Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall

Marilyn Manson Paper magazine

Marilyn Manson on the cover of Paper magazine

Jethro Cave

Jethro Cave

Ahn So-hee in Nylon Magazine

Ahn So-hee, photographed for Nylon magazine

Robin Williams

What are graven images?

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“You shall not make for yourselves any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them, nor worship them; for I, Yahweh your Father, Am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate Me. And showing mercy to thousands of those that love Me, and keep My commandments.” Exodus 20:4-6

You saw no form of any kind the day Yahweh spoke to you at Horeb out of the fire. Therefore watch yourselves very carefully. So that you do not become corrupt and make for yourselves an idol, an image of any shape, whether formed like a man or a woman. Or like any animal on earth or any bird that flies in the air, or like any creature that moves along the ground or any fish in the waters below.” Deuteronomy 4:16-18

Most of us know that graven images are idols of pagan gods. However, the term includes a broad number of subjects (see Shroud of Turin, Sun worship, Spiritual Dangers of Martial Arts, and Movies and Magic).

Graven images are anything in the form of anything on earth, heaven, or in the waters — seas, oceans, rivers and lakes; such as pictures, paintings, carvings, engravings, drawings, posters, sculptures, stuffed animals, toys, statues, statuettes, puppets, dolls, etc.

We have already discussed pagan gods (see Pagan gods, Pagan feasts, Ganesha, the god of Nakumatt, Apis, the god of New York City and Oscar, god of the Academy Awards), so let us now look at other examples of graven images:

North Koreans bowing to statues of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang, North Korea

North Koreans bowing to statues of their leaders Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang, North Korea

Catholics kneeling before statue of Mary

Catholics kneeling before statue of Mary/Astarte

Cow worship in temple

Cow worship in Hindu temple

A 30-foot statue of Nelson Mandela at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa

A 30-foot statue of former South African President Nelson Mandela at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa

A life size statue of Pope John Paul II in Pietrasantre, Italy

A life-size statue of Pope John Paul II in Pietrasantre, Italy

Statue of an Angel in Rome

Statue of an angel in Rome. Statues of male angels represent fallen angels, while those of female angels are their human wives

Stuffed animals

Stuffed animals

Marionettes or puppets

Marionettes or puppets (see Movies and Magic)

Dolls

Dolls

Poster of boy band One Direction

Poster of boy band One Direction

Robot toy

Robot toy

Robot

Robot (see Transhumanism and Cyborgism)

The Creation of Adam is a fresco painting by Michelangelo, forming part of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted circa 1511–1512

The Creation of Adam, a fresco painting by Michelangelo, forming part of the Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican, Rome, Italy, painted circa 1511–1512 CE. This image is BLASPHEMOUS

Painting of mermaid circa 1900

Painting of mermaid, circa 1900

Animal carvings

Animal carvings

Animals are worshipped as gods:

The Greeks saw their gods in human shape, and as such depicted them in sculpture and painting. In the remote past they were probably conceived as animals or birds, and faint echoes of this survive in Homer’s use of such adjectives as ‘owl-faced’ for Athene and ‘cow-faced’ for Hera, though he himself must have given a different meaning to the words; in the worship of Zeus Meilichios as a snake; in legends in which he took the shape of a bull; in the connection of Apollo with wolves and mice, of Posidon with horses, of Artemis with bears. But though such beliefs were implied in many local rituals, they were not treated literally in the classical age. If a god had once been an animal, he was now revealed in human shape with an animal as his companion or symbol. — The Greek Experience by C.M. Bowra, pp 56-57

Snake worship in India

Snake worship in India

In Karnataka, India, serpent deities are worshipped. The worship of snakes is present in several old cultures and traditions, especially in the Hindu culture, where Lord Shiva wears a Nag (Indian Cobra) around his neck as an ornament. The cobra is the most sacred among the snakes in India, and there is a special festival of snakes called Nag Panchami, where everyone worships snakes and their related deities. It is a festival celebrated all over the country and people offer prayers and milk to snakes.

Cattle are considered sacred in world religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and others

Cattle are considered sacred in world religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and others

Wax figures of The Beatles at Madame Tussaud's

Wax figures of The Beatles at Madame Tussauds

Sculpture of the Veiled Lady

Sculpture of the Veiled Lady

Gargoyles/demons

Gargoyles/demons

Statue of horse

Statue of horse

Sculpture of fish

Sculpture of fish

Coins

Coins engraved with graven images

Statue of Joan of Arc

Mounted deer head

Mounted deer head

Matryoshka

Matryoshka; the word matryoshka is derived from matrikas — a group of Hindu goddesses who are always depicted together

Since they are usually depicted as a heptad, they are called Saptamatrika(s) (Sanskrit: saptamātṝkāh, सप्तमातृका: ‘seven mothers’): Brahmani, Vaishnavi, Maheshvari, Indrani, Kaumari, Varahi, Chamunda and Narasimhi. However, they may sometimes be eight (Ashtamatrika(s): ashtamātṝkāh, अष्टमातृका: ‘eight mothers’)

Shiva (leftmost) with the Matrikas: (from left) Brahmani, Maheshvari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Indrani, Chamunda

Hindu god Shiva (leftmost) with the Matrikas: (from left) Brahmani, Maheshvari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Indrani, Chamunda

Figurines

Figurines

Masks

Masks

Tapestry of dogs playing cards

Tapestry of dogs playing cards

Animal costumes

Animal costumes

Sphinx in Egypt

Sphinx in Egypt

Painting of Virgin and Child

Painting/icon of Virgin and Child

Sculpture of birds

Sculpture of birds

Cake shaped like woman

Sculpture of frog

Sculpture of frog

A portrait miniature of John Keats by Joseph Arthur Palliser Severn, 1891

A portrait miniature of John Keats by Joseph Arthur Palliser Severn, 1891

American presidents carved on Mount Rushmore

American presidents carved on Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, U.S.

Neanderthals in museum

Neanderthal dummies in museum

Mannequins

Mannequins

Snowman

Snowman

IKEA's wolf-like Lufsig doll, Hong Kong's most coveted toy, which is modelled after the antagonist of the Little Red Riding Hood fairytale

IKEA’s wolf-like Lufsig doll, Hong Kong’s most coveted toy, which is modelled after the antagonist of the Little Red Riding Hood fairytale (see Secrets of Fairytales)

Piggy bank

Piggy bank

Carousel

Carousel

Statue of King Shaka Zulu

Statue of King Shaka Zulu

Statue of Ronald MacDonald, the mascot of the MacDonald's fast-food chain

Statue of Ronald MacDonald, the mascot of the MacDonald’s fast-food chain

Comics

Comics

Cartoons

Cartoons

Animated films

Animated films

Drawings, pictures and illustrations for the purpose of educating, informing and enlightening (including pop-up books for children) are permitted, but NOT in the Scriptures and NEVER of Holy Spiritual Beings.

Sarcophagus

Sarcophagus

Statue of Yuri Gagarin

Statue of Yuri Gagarin

Paper cut-outs of people

Paper cut-outs of people

Cardboard cut-out of Austin Powers

Cardboard cut-out of Austin Powers

Hologram

Hologram

Snow Angel

Snow angel

A snow angel is a design, made in fresh snow, by lying on one’s back and moving one’s arms up and down, and one’s legs from side to side, to form the shape of an angel. Making snow angels is a common childhood game.

Dragon-shaped ship

Dragon-shaped ship

People dressed as Disney characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse

People dressed as Disney characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse

Ventriloquist dummy

A ventriloquist is a person who can speak or utter sounds so that they seem to come from somewhere else, especially an entertainer who makes their voice appear to come from a dummy of a person or animal.

Etymology of ventriloquist:

Mid 17th century: from modern Latin ventriloquium (from Latin venter ‘belly’ + loqui ‘speak’) + -ist.

Hence the name ‘ventriloquist’, which literally means ‘belly speaker’ in Latin.

Ventriloquists perform with the help of demons. It is impossible to speak without moving one’s lips — the speech from the dummy, allegedly projected from the ventriloquist, is actually that of a demon.

In Saducismus Triumphatus: Or, Full and Plain Evidence Concerning Witches and Apparitions (1681), Joseph Glanvill marvelled at those so possessed by the devil that they became his mouthpiece: “For Ventriloquy, or speaking from the bottom of the Belly, ’tis a thing I think as strange and difficult to be conceived as any thing in Witchcraft, nor can it, I believe, be performed in any distinctness of articulate sounds, without such assistance of the Spirits, that spoke out of the Daemoniacks.”

Lamp shaped like a woman

Lamp shaped like a woman

Joseph and his brothers depicted on the stained glass window of a church

Joseph and his brothers depicted on the stained glass window of a church

Hot air balloon shaped like a bird

Hot air balloon shaped like a bird

Mugs with faces

Mugs with faces

Plaster casting

Plaster casting

Hard Rock Cafe, Helsinki

Hard Rock Cafe, Helsinki. These cafés are shrines to celebrities, or Satan’s ‘stars’ (see Movies and Magic)

A life-sized wax statue of Catholic 'saint' Don Bosco lying in state inside of a glass urn. Inside the was figure are bones and tissue of his right hand and arm

A life-size wax statue of Catholic ‘saint’ Don Bosco lying inside a glass urn. Inside the wax figure are bones and tissue of his right hand and arm

Food shaped like animals

Food shaped like animals

Ice sculptures shaped like animals of people

Ice sculptures shaped like animals or people

Scarecrows

Scarecrows

Giraffe shaped bouncy castle

Kinshasa's humanoid traffic robocop

Kinshasa’s humanoid traffic robocop

Totem poles

Totem pole

Bear-shaped sleeping bag

Bear-shaped sleeping bag

Baby cradle mobile

Baby cradle mobile

Animal-shaped hat

Animal-shaped hat

Slippers shaped like animals

Slippers with animal faces

Candles shaped like animals

Candles shaped like animals

Animal topiary

Animal topiary

Human topiary

Human topiary

3D-printed model of unborn child

3D-printed model of unborn child. An image taken from a 3D scan of baby in the womb is sent off to a firm to be rendered into 360 degree form and printed in 3D. This can either be presented in a box or mounted in a frame for the wall

Tattoos

Tattoos

Napkin shaped like a swan

Napkin shaped like a swan

Fox napkin ring

Fox napkin ring

Many people also keep and revere pictures, posters and statues/statuettes of their gods, celebrities, man-made ‘saints’, religious and political leaders, and Angels. This is WRONG.

You may think it perfectly innocent to buy and keep any of these items, but remember: It is FORBIDDEN. If you have any graven images in your homes, offices or other business premises: BURN THEM WITH FIRE.
Dishes, coasters, table mats, calendars, cards, postcards and knick knacks that depict these graven images should also be destroyed.

It is alright to embellish clothes, cushion covers, bedcovers, oven mitts, potholders, tea cosies, aprons, table linen, table mats, wall hangings, rugs, curtains, carpets, decorative coverings, etc, with animals, birds, fish, flowers, trees, etc, and take and keep pictures of loved ones — family and friends — as long as we do NOT idolise them.

Obsession with celebrities (e.g. the extreme fascination people have with Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson, to the point of getting plastic surgery to look like them) and collecting and keeping of their paraphernalia, is IDOLATRY.