Mainly tongue-in-cheek, but some interesting insights. The first is by Captain Amazing: As soon as Dorothy gets to Oz, the first thing that happens is that she kills the Wicked Witch of the East. This is clearly a reference to her mother, who died in childbirth bearing Dorothy.
Ozma of Oz Pg. That's thirteen, you know, and it's a lucky number for hens. So you may as well eat this egg. Many Illuminati Systems were set up on 13 grids. But there were no houses to be seen, nor any sign of people [programming cue for alters to be invisible] who might inhabit this unknown land.
In brackets are a sample of how it could be used when building an internal world. You ought to be ashamed of yourself! Live things are much fresher and more wholesome than dead ones, and you humans eat all sorts of dead creatures.
The next chapter "Letter in the Sand" has singing trees in it, which have been popular items for the Illuminati due to their druid beliefs. One was quite full of square paper boxes, which grew in clusters on all the limbs, and upon the biggest and ripest boxes the word 'Lunch' could be read, in neat letters.
The tree seemed to bear all the year around, for there were lunch-box blossoms on some of the branches, and on others tiny little lunch-boxes that were as yet quite green, and evidently not fit to eat.
The food is the programming that the slave is to eat and digest. The programming in the box might be songs, nursery rhymes, or a poem or anything. On page 41, there is a full page picture of a girl picking a lunch-pail from a tree limb to eat it.
Inside she found, nicely wrapped in white papers, a ham sandwich, a piece of sponge-cake, a pickle, a slice of new cheese and an apple. Each thing had a separate stem, The stems are what link the programming stories together in the child's mind.
And when we do get you, we'll tear you into little bits. Have you not a stolen dinner-pail still in your hand? Armies like in the story guard the internal programming of the slave.
These pages describe a crack in rocks that is a door. This is used for Petra programming. Also his head and limbs were copper, and these were jointed or hinged to his body in a peculiar way, with metal caps over the joints, like the armor worn by knights in days of old.
You can see other people's robots but not one's own internal robots. In reality they are little child alters suited up to think they are robots.
Manufactured only at our Works at Evna, Land of Ev. All infringements will be promptly Prosecuted according to Law. Notice that they are drilled into total obedience--all infringements will be promptly Prosecuted. Obey the law that your Master gives you.
Green's Mengele's boxes and the robots.Political interpretations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz include treatments of the modern fairy tale (written by L. Frank Baum and first published in ) as an allegory or metaphor for the political, economic, and social events of America in the s.
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (/ ɒ z /) is an American children's novel written by author L. Frank Baum and illustrated by W. W. Denslow, originally published by the George M. Hill Company in Chicago on May 17, It has since seen several reprints, most often under the title The Wizard of Oz, which is the title of the popular Broadway musical adaptation as well as the iconic