19 Apr

Finding Nemo – Hidden Meaning

Finding Nemo

If you love Disney and never want to hear any dirt on Disney then do not read the rest of this post. This article is part of my Dark Disney series. I wrote extensively about Beauty and the Beast. I described hidden meaning in Beauty and the Beast in that article. It is much harder identifying the Finding Nemo hidden meaning. Very few people will ever know it. You are about to be one of the few.

This is how I learned of the hidden meaning. I was researching an occult topic when I came across an occult ritual mentioning the name “Nemo”. I found that quite odd. It quickly reminded me of Finding Nemo. The topic I was researching was “crossing the abyss”. You have probably never heard of this. Crossing the abyss is essentially a perverted version of the Christian concept of “being born again”. It is a baptism into becoming a real witch or a real warlock if you will. Google “Thelema Mysticism” if you want to fact check me. This is dark occult stuff. It is the dead last thing you would want to teach Christian children. Which is why you may be shocked to find it in a children’s movie. If I don’t tell you then who will? I have heard crossing the abyss explained by William Schnoebelen before. William described it as basically convincing yourself that there is no good and evil. Evil becomes good and good becomes evil. This is what happens when you “cross the abyss” essentially.

Time to learn about Aleister Crowley if you never have. This is a man who was actively seeking to become the most wicked person in the world. He lived in the early 1900s. Research him. He is a crossing the abyss fanatic. Aleister invented a religion called the Thelema. This is a religion no one really knows about but it kind of runs the world. I could talk about the Thelema all day but I have to write this post. If you are the kind of person that enjoys a good conspiracy you should not sleep until you read exhaustively what the Thelema is. There is plenty of material available on the internet to explain it to you.

Now riddle me this. What does Aleister Crowley and the Thelema have to do with the movie Finding Nemo? Glad you asked. Consider the crossing the abyss initiation ritual described by Aleister Crowley. Understand this is a real thing to real witches and warlocks studying black magick …

I was instantly blotted in blackness. Mine Angel whispered the secret words whereby one partakes of the Mysteries of the Masters of the Temple. Presently my eyes beheld (what first seemed shapes of rocks) the Masters, veiled in motionless majesty, shrouded in silence. Each one was exactly like the other. Then the Angel bade me understand whereto my aspiration led: all powers, all ecstasies, ended in this – I understood. He then told me that now my name was Nemo, seated among the other silent shapes in the City of the Pyramids under the Night of Pan; those other parts of me that I had left for ever below the Abyss must serve as a vehicle for the energies which had been created by my act. – Aleister Crowley

Do you have any concern whatsoever that both Nemo and Pan (Peter Pan) – mind you superstar Disney characters – are mentioned in the same Aleister Crowley black magic ritual? You should be concerned. That is right. Peter Pan has the same rotten roots as Finding Nemo. Let us just talk about Finding Nemo for now.

Focus on Crowley for a minute. Let us analyze the fish Dory. Did you know that cartoon fish Dory was specifically created for Ellen DeGeneres to voice? Ellen is obviously famously LGBT. What you probably don’t know is that the Thelema religion believes that LGBT people are actually superior to straight people. You also probably didn’t know that Aleister Crowley is famously LGBT. Fact check me. With that in mind LGBT Dory takes Nemo’s dad Marlin down into the abyss. Marlin is obviously not a marlin fish species. He is a clown fish. So why is his name Marlin? Sounds a lot like “Merlin” to me (maybe that’s a stretch). I find it a convenient time to mention that Merlin is only one of the most famous warlocks in history. Before I move on I have to make this clear to the reader. Ladies and gentlemen wizardry and witches and warlocks are hated by the God of Abraham. I know most of you don’t read the Bible so you do not know. I suggest reading it and then you will know. So Dory takes Marlin down into the abyss to find a mask. I find that intriguing. Did you know that crossing the abyss is also commonly called “piercing the veil”? A veil and a mask are quite similar things of course. Dory and Marlin find something living at the bottom of the abyss. It is a fish that looks like a demon. This is perhaps the strongest connection to Crowley. A demon lives in the abyss for Mr. Crowley as well. He calls the demon Choronzon …

Choronzon is the Dweller in the Abyss; he is there as the final obstruction. If he is met with the proper preparation, then he is there to destroy the ego, which allows the adept to move beyond the Abyss. If unprepared, then the unfortunate traveler will be utterly dispersed into annihilation. – Aleister Crowley

So in this movie scene a demon fish shines a light (the light bearer) in the abyss to lure Dory and Marlin to annihilation. Do you blatantly see any similarities to the Aleister Crowley crossing the abyss ritual? Not convinced yet? Ok then. I will run up the score.

Consider scene chapters 10 and 11 and 12 on the Finding Nemo DVD. I can’t even make this up. Chapter 10 on the Finding Nemo DVD is entitled “The Abyss”. Chapter 11 is entitled “The Anglerfish”. The anglerfish is the fish that looks like a demon. I compare it to Choronzon. Finally there is Chapter 12 entitled “Nemo’s Initiation”. Nemo’s initiation is literally a ritual scene for Nemo to cross a mini abyss volcano looking thing. The ritual is conducted by Gill. The internet tells me Gill is a moorish idol. Kind of like “idol” from the Old Testament which the God of Abraham vehemently abhors just like he disapproves of wizards and witches and warlocks. Basically one of the main points of the Old Testament is “don’t worship idols”. Gill reminds me of an “angel” fish by the way. He looks like an angel fish to me but I “guess” he is not according to the Internet. Not all angels are good. Research fallen angels. Know what those are.

If you don’t think this movie Finding Nemo has a lot in common with Aleister Crowley’s occult rituals then I cannot help you. If you do believe me then ponder this one simple question …

Why is this stuff in a movie for kids?

Are you starting to not trust Disney like me? Whoever has ears to hear let them hear.