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The scandalous legacy of the Wizard of Oz (www.dailymail.co.uk)

As a new version of the Wizard of Oz is announced, FEMAIL looks back at the tales of scandal and controversy that emerged from the set of the classic 1939 version starring Judy Garland.

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frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago

Acting originated from the Dionysus cult and they were insane. One of the reasons why Dionysus was not a respected god amongst the public because his rituals were so disturbing and horrid. The people believed the gods would all cry whenever Dionysus was being worshipped. And no he isn’t Satan because God himself told me so. I was doing research on his ritual madness and as I was falling asleep I heard the lords voice saying he didn’t want me continuing my research. He said “All you need to know is Dionysus(or whatever real name he gave me that wasn’t Satan) was so hated that even the fallen ones didn’t like him.” Which would explain why they would brutally murder him and he would just come back. His cult followers were so possessed by his madness that they would tear the sacrifice to shreds with their hands while still alive, eat the victim completely raw and had super strength. That’s how the fallen ones murdered him. They were the real inspiration on Hollywoods interpretation of a zombie instead of the voodoo counterpart. Dionysus was in fact apart of the fallen figures who left a special wound in Gods heart because he normally wouldn’t intervene in my research.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
Smaz
Smaz
1 month ago

Interesting, I didn’t know that about Dionysus. How many of the “gods” were actual (Fallen) beings? I know of someone who theorizes that Inanna/Ishtar still exists and is actively worshipped. I’ve heard others suggest that they’re all buried and waiting to be dug up. A lot of my research lately seems to be hanging on them. Maybe I’ll get my own cease and desist message…

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Smaz

They never stopped being worshipped and spiritually never actually went away. People still pray to these fallen beings but don’t actually engage in brutal rituals with their worship unless they are in a generational cult. Plus even if they don’t believe in them they still show a sense of respect for them and enjoy their myths. And I know I am not to judge on whether if you will get a warning from The Lord directly about what you research or other topics. That’s just my experience. I have had several encounters hearing his voice and only recently seen him in a dream with the light shining like the sun. But the first time you hear him it actually is scary. I will just assume you will get the spiritual warnings from him through your conscience or sixth sense. All you gotta do is request to hear his voice.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
marie
marie
1 month ago

This is interesting. I will link you to a video of you want about a real psycho murderer who started off completely normal and ended up eating the face and flesh off people with super human strength it took a lot to stop him. It was disturbing so you might have to prep yourself but it sounds like he was possessed. Let me know if you want to see the story but it really is creepy so be on guard. I found it through a channel through the canammissing411 Dave ?Palati’s? channel so I will have to look it up. That channel is interesting too though, I know people say stuff about him but I’m not getting the vibe he’s a dirty bag so I watched it anyways.

ashleyhanks1986
ashleyhanks1986
1 month ago
Reply to  marie

Please post the link here

Brian Pierson
Brian Pierson
1 month ago
Reply to  Smaz

The renewed interest in Inanna/Ishtar/Astarte coincides with all the gender-fluid, gender-bending cultural debate today.

Loccie
Loccie
1 month ago

satan is the root of all evil.

Everything is from the babylonian satanic religion, when God destroyed their one world government and separated the land masses this jumbled up their languages (to babble or speak incoherently). Their false deity names were thus changed because of the language difference. Hence dionysus is Romes name for tammuz son of semiramis aka ishtar (easter) part on the unholy trinity as worshiped by the Catholics today.

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https://www.sabbathcovenant.com/mysteryreligion/TheresurrectionofTammuz.htm

There is only one God, God the Father and God the Son

Loccie
Loccie
1 month ago

sorry The Greek name for tammuz is dionysius