Walt Disney is the antichrist
This is a theory I dreamed up long ago, and it got in print in the Door magazine many years ago. But it just occured to me that it ought to be on my blog so that the word gets out.
I won’t belabor the point. It’s fairly obvious when you think about it. Were Walt Disney ever to come back from the dead, he would be the antichrist for sure. Doubt me? Let the facts speak for themselves…
- The antichrist (called the Beast in Revelation) sustains a mortal head wound but comes back from the dead. Parallel: Walt Disney is currently dead, and while he has never come back from the dead, that is only a minor technical difficulty with this theory.
- The antichrist wants to set up a one world government. Parallel: Epcot is proof enough that Walt Disney had dreams of encompassing the entire world within his (magic) kindom. Epcot has two sections, one showcasing the possibilities of technology for advancing humankind, and one showcasing the nations of the world. One can easily picture a resurrected Disney attempting to complete that dream of world domination. It’s a small world, after all…
- The antichrist is a popular figure, gaining a large following. Parallel: everyone knows and loves Walt Disney, entrusts their children to products with his name on it. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Were Walt to come back from the dead he would quickly be idolized by many and considered a god. Just think of the marketing and empire-building possibilities.
- The number of the Beast is 666, the number of a man’s name according to Revelation. Parallel: Walter and Disney are six letters each. All Disney would have to do to fulfill the 666 part is add one letter to his middle name (Elias). Maybe he would change it to Google (also six letters) after taking over that company with its goal of controlling – er, that is, organizing – all the world’s information.
So there you have it. Fairly straightforward evidence that Disney is the antichrist. You have been forwarned, so take the necessary precautions, whatever you think those may be.