Hidden Occult Messages of Alice in Wonderland is an analysis written to explore potential links between occult ideas and philosophies and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass stories.
The term "occult" is Latin for "hidden" and Isaac Weishaupt has been researching the Illuminati and secret language in entertainment for several years, so what is "hidden" for most is obvious to him.
This book attempts to demonstrate some of the occult ideas and beliefs as they pertain to Alice and her journey of initiation into the underground (a.k.a. the "rabbit hole").
This isn't intended to blaspheme Lewis Carroll, Alice Liddell, Johnny Depp, Marilyn Manson, Allen Ginsburg, Disney, or anything of that nature.
Alice in Wonderland is a story that has been notoriously linked to various occult principles and conspiracy theories. Like most works of entertainment, there is a message to be found beneath the surface.
Themes of occult initiation, altered states, nihilism, and even MKUltra child abuse can be found if you look hard enough at Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
Website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com, author, and independent researcher, Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive Illuminati and their infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.
Isaac has been a featured guest on Richard C. Hoagland's Other Side of Midnight, Sirius/XM's The All Out Show, The HigherSide Chats, Freeman Fly's The Free Zone, Mark Devlin's Good Vibrations, and many more radio shows and podcasts. His fresh perspective and openly admitted imperfections promotes the rational approach to exploring these taboo subjects and conspiracy theories.
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As an Audible subscriber and Isaac Weishaupt fan, I really appreciate this Audible edition and Isaac's reading of his work. This short but concise overview of Lewis Carroll's book gives the reader a nice framework for understanding the book/ movie, and gives the initiate new to these ideas further topics to research. When one understands what is going on at so many levels of our world, it is imperative to continue one's own research in order to get a more complete picture. I also recommend Isaac's other books.
What crap! I'm embarrassed to have purchased this book. I should have looked up the author before purchasing it and, then, I might have figured out that he knows nothing at all about Lewis Carroll, Victorian culture, or anything one would suppose someone writing about symbolism in Carroll's most important work would know. What little he does say of any consequence about the work could have been gleaned from a Wikipedia article. Inscrutable, unsubstantial, in fact, the writing of a conspiracy nut posing as an authority on the occult. It's nonsense and Audibel should not even be carrying it. I could have bought a nice cup of coffee with my three bucks.
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