The Wizard Of Oz By L. Frank Baum

1212 Words Dec 1st, 2014 5 Pages
The conspiracy regarding the Illuminati has circulated for several years. This theory states that, “there is a ‘global elite’ society that is either in control or seeking to take control of the world” (Citation). Beliefs regarding the Illuminati conspiracy are prevalent in recent books and movies, reaching the cult fiction perception. A significant example is The Wizard of Oz, written by L. Frank Baum. The history behind The Wizard of Oz proves that this story line has had an essential role in the occult world all along. Associations of occultism, Illuminati rituals and Monarch Programming exists in sequence of books with satanic activity and intellect controlling it along the way. Viewers perceive The Wizard of Oz as an innocent fairytale, though the story has a deep symbolic meaning pertaining to the use of the Illuminati. Throughout the book, there are occult practices and rituals involving supernatural powers and unworldly mysteries. The Wizard of Oz is comprised of remarkable stories and vibrant characters that categorize it as an American classic (Citation). However, the author who created the Wizard of Oz series was an affiliate of the Theosophical Society, an occult organization that uses each religions practices, combing them into principles then organizing them into universal guidelines. The sequence of books created illustrates a theosophical fairytale that incorporates ancient wisdom of the mysterious Egyptian Isis religion (Citation). These books include…
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