Tom Hidell

Alice in Wonderland

Disney’s 1951 animated film and 2010 live action film were both based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-Glass.

Both films retain the “too tall” and “too short” motifs which serve to illustrate the dramatic physical changes we go through during puberty. The main character, Alice, also learns the reality of social hierarchies (thought her interections with the Red Queen), proper social behavior (The Tea Party scene), and has an existential crisis typical of growing up in her encounter with the Hookah-Smoking Caterpillar.

Too small

Too small

Too tall

Too tall


Follow the White Rabbit.

According to Monarch mind-control researcher Fritz Springmeier, the white rabbit plays an important role in mind-control programming. The White Rabbit is able to switch between all the different personalities programmed into Monarch slaves.

Follow the white rabbit

Follow the white rabbit

When the rabbit says “EAT ME” or “DRINK ME”, the programmer is able to travel between different part of “the system”. The WhHite Rabbit serves a similar function as the rainbow in Wizard of Oz.

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Follow the white rabbit - The Matrix

Follow the white rabbit – The Matrix


Checkered Floor – Masonic Symbolism

Checkered Floor

Checkered Floor

Checkered Floor

Checkered Floor


Illuminati Hand Signs

Mad Hatter flashing the Devil's Horns

Mad Hatter flashing the Devil’s Horns

Walrus flashing the Devil's Horns

Walrus flashing the Devil’s Horns


Official Alice in Wonderland Trailer:

GI Joe over at Conspirazzi.com deconstructs the 2012 Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland further at:
http://www.conspirazzi.com/illuminati-symbols-in-alice-in-wonderland/


All screenshots from Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, 1951 and 2010 – Matrix Checkerboard screenshot from Warner Bros.’ The Matrix, 1999