Cinderella – Plot Summary
In a tiny kingdom lived a widowed gentleman and his daughter Cinderella. Feeling that his daughter needed “a mother’s care” he remarried another woman with two daughters. Those two daughters were named Anastasia and Drizella. Upon the death of Cinderella’s father her Stepmother Lady Tremaine reveals cruelty and jealousy towards Cinderella. Lady Tremaine owns a black and white cat named Lucifer.
Stepmother Lady Tremaine chooses to focus all her care towards her own daughters. This leads to the downfall of the family estate. The chateau soon falls into shambles with the family fortune spent on the two Stepdaughters. Cinderella is forced to become a servant in her own household. She is swamped with chores by her Stepmother.
Then one day the King prepares a Grand Ball to find the Prince a Princess. Cinderella very much desires to attend this Grand Ball. After all she is eligible to attend – but her mean Stepmother dumps more chores on her. Cinderella prepares a gorgeous dress with the help of her animal friends – but Anastasia and Drizella tear her dress to pieces. They do this to assure Cinderella will not attend the Grand Ball. In frustration Cinderella rushes out of the chateau into the garden to cry in despair on a bench. A woman manifests. This woman claims she is Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother. She intends to help Cinderella go to the ball.
Using her magic wand, the Fairy Godmother turns a pumpkin into a coach, four of the mice into horses, the farm’s horse into a coachman, and the family dog into a footman. The final touch is fixing Cinderella’s dress. The dress is transformed into a beautiful white gown and matching glass slippers. These magic tricks will only last until midnight. Off she goes in her pumpkin coach to the Grand Ball.
Cinderella shows up and the Prince notices her off in the distance. The Prince is immediately attracted to Cinderella – even overlooking Anastasia and Drizella. The two begin to waltz. Cinderella and the Prince are having a wonderful time waltzing – but midnight soon approaches. She must leave in haste before she transforms back out of the magic spell. She leaves behind a glass slipper as the only clue to her identity.
The King is furious Cinderella ran off in haste. As a response, the King orders The Grand Duke to find the owner of the glass slipper even before the next day. Lady Tremaine and her Stepdaughters do everything they can to deter the Duke from finding Cinderella including locking her in her room and then shattering the glass slipper – but Cinderella escapes her locked room with the help of her animal friends fetching the key. Cinderella produces the other glass slipper as proof. It is good enough for the Grand Duke. Cinderella and the Prince get married.
The Fairy Faith
Here is one of the biggest secrets in all of Disney. Disney didn’t invent fairies. Fairies are much older than Disney itself. What Disney did was tap into the ancient Fairy Faith religion. Now there are several versions of “Fairy Faith” and they are not the same and they can have different spellings. There is a Feri Tradition which was founded in California in the 1960’s by the Americans Victor Henry Anderson and his wife Cora Anderson. But there is much older Faery traditions than that my friends. The book that taught me the most on this subject is The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries By W. Y. Evans-Wentz. That Book is older than Disney itself (originally published in 1911). We know Disney likes to take inspiration from the works of the Brothers Grimm. Those gentlemen lived in the 1780’s. But the Brothers Grimm fairy tales, in fact, were part of a rich oral tradition − passed down from generation to generation. These are ancient stories.
Now what is fascinating about Cinderella in the Brothers Grimm original tale was that there was no Fairy Godmother. There was instead a bird in a hazel tree which produced the dress and slippers. Disney injected the Fairy Godmother into Cinderella – not the Brothers Grimm. But when you read a book like The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries it becomes very clear that Fairies are worshiped by Celts. Fairies are from a real ancient religion. You will find Fairies in many Disney movies and TV shows. The truth is that Disney is very religious – they just don’t advertise what that religion is. It is the Fairy Faith and it is ancient pagan – especially Celtic of origin. This traces all the way back to the Tuatha De Danann …
The Tuath(a) Dé Danann (Irish: [t̪ˠuəhə dʲeː d̪ˠan̪ˠən̪ˠ], meaning “the folk of the goddess Danu”), also known by the earlier name Tuath Dé (“tribe of the gods”), are a supernatural race in Irish mythology. They are thought to represent the main deities of pre-Christian Gaelic Ireland. The Tuatha Dé Danann constitute a pantheon whose attributes appeared in a number of forms throughout the Celtic world.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuatha_Dé_Danann
The Tuatha De Danann are the original Fairies. This is a real and ancient religion. This is ancient Celtic witchcraft. Read The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries sometime. You will see for yourself all this to do about Fairies is real religion. How many Christian parents do you think knows this in the world about Disney? One in 1,000? One in 10,000? One in 100,000? If even. Disney doesn’t want you to know this secret knowledge.
But wait – there’s more. Did anyone notice in the Cinderella film where Cinderella runs to after Anastasia and Drizella damage her dress? She runs outside into a grove to pray on her knees. Her exact words in the 1960 cartoon version are “there’s nothing left to believe in” as her Fairy Godmother manifests to console her. There is a peculiar statue in the scene. Little do most people know this is straight out of the Old Testament. A scene mentioned many many times in scripture but few pay attention to it today …
Thou shalt not plant thee a grove of any trees near unto the altar of the LORD thy God, which thou shalt make thee.
And it came to pass the same night, that the LORD said unto him, Take thy father’s young bullock, even the second bullock of seven years old, and throw down the altar of Baal that thy father hath, and cut down the grove that is by it.Judges 6:25
And when the men of the city arose early in the morning, behold, the altar of Baal was cast down, and the grove was cut down that was by it, and the second bullock was offered upon the altar that was built.Judges 6:28
And on and on in Judges 6:30, 1 Kings 15:13, 1 Kings 16:33, 2 Kings 13:6, 2 Kings 17:16, 2 Kings 21:3, 2 Kings 21:7, 2 Kings 23:4, 2 Kings 23:6, 2 Kings 23:7, 2 Kings 23:15, and 2 Chronicles 15:16 this same scene is described.
This tale of the groves and the idols / graven images in those groves is told over and over in the Old Testament.
What do we see in Cinderella the 1950 Version? A grove and an idol where a Fairy Godmother appears …
What do we see in Cinderella the 2015 Version? A grove and an idol where a Fairy Godmother appears …
What does “grove” translate to in Hebrew?
From H833; happy; asherah (or Astarte) a Phoenician goddess; also an image of the same: – grove. Compare H6253.
In other words, a grove is comparable to The Asherah Pole
Do you think Disney created a scene described as an abomination in the Old Testament 15+ times by accident?