Walt Disney

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Walter Elias Disney  was born in Chicago, Illinois December 5, 1901, Day 339, where the numbers mean:  12th month - Authority; 5 - giant; 01 - unity; and 339 - purifying Judgment (33) of the sin leading to death (39).  The location of Illinois corresponds to Virgo, the Virgin, and Naphtali, which is symbolized by the doe, for peace.  Chicago is at 41 N., for Happiness, and 87 W., for a donkey.  Walt was named after the family pastor, Walter Parr, of the St. Paul Congregational Church where Walt's father was a deacon.

Walt's family moved to a farm in Marceline, Missouri in 1906, when he was four.  There Walt began drawing pictures of one of their neighbor's horses.  Four years later in 1911. the family moved to Kansas City, where Walt attended grammar school and met Walter Pfeiffer, who introduced him to vaudeville and motion pictures.  In 1917, the family moved back to Chicago, where Walt attended McKinley High School and took night courses at the Chicago Art Institute.  Walt became the cartoonist for the school newspaper. He dropped out of high school at the age of sixteen to join the Army but was rejected for being underage.  So he joined The Red Cross and spent a year in France in World War I, where he drove an ambulance.

After returning from the war, in 1919 Walt got a temporary job at the Pesmen-Rubin Art Studio with the help of his brother Roy.  There he met a cartoonist named Ubbe Iwerks, who worked with him over the years.  Later, Walt opened a cartoon automation business in Kansas City.  Disney's cartoons became popular in the area.  However, Walt was not a good business manager, and the business went bankrupt.

Walt and his brother Roy then moved to Hollywood, California and founded the Disney Brothers' Studio for making cartoons.  In 1925, Disney hired Lillian Bounds as an artist to ink and paint celluloid.   He married her later that year.  Disney became a success with the Alice Comedies and later Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.  However, in February 1928, Disney suffered what amounted to a hostile takeover when  Charles B. Mintz took Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and hired away most of Disney's animation staff.  Disney needed a new character, so he invented Mickey Mouse.  The idea came from a pet mouse he had in Kansas City.  He originally called the character, Mortimer, but his wife thought that too formal and named him Mickey.  Walt Disney was the voice behind Mickey Mouse until 1946.  By 1932, Mickey Mouse was very popular and Walt received a special Academy Award for creating him.

From 1934-37 Disney produced an animated, full-length film of Snow White.  Both Lillian and Roy, as well as most other people, opposed Walt in this, but he prevailed.  The film, which was released in 1938, became the most successful motion picture of the year and earned over $8 million.  The picture began the Golden Age of Animation for Disney.  Many more followed, along with theme parks.  By 1960 Walt Disney Productions was the world leader in family entertainment.

As labor unions organized workers in most of the Hollywood production companies in the 1930's, Disney, with the authoritarian style of the era, was one of the last holdouts.  Disney, who cared for his workers and paid them well, was shocked when a labor union called a strike against his company.  Disney workers were the best paid and worked under the best conditions in the industry.  However, Herbert Sorrell (a Communist spy) organized the Cartoonists Guild under his own Painters Union and called a strike against Disney in 1941.  A federal mediator was called in who accepted the union's demands, and after five weeks, Disney gave in.  Thus, the Prostitute of Babylon took over Disney and the other Hollywood movie companies.

Walt Disney's success is legendary.  He received 59 Academy Award nominations.  He won 26 Oscars and holds the record for four in one year.  He holds the record for the most awards and the most nominations.  He received seven Emmy Awards.   And his company has theme parks in the United States, Japan, France, and China.

Although Walt Disney was raised in the Congregational Church where he undoubtedly was exposed to the Gospel and although he calls himself a Christian, his testimony is vague and without evidence that he ever believed in Jesus Christ as his Savior.  Later he became a Mason.  Although Disney movies espoused human good, they are devoid of God and churches.  Instead, they are filled with magic, fantasy, and lies, which are the works of Satan.5

Walt Disney died of lung cancer on December 15, 1966 at 9:30 AM, ten days after his 65th birthday, in Burbank, California.

Birth Chart

Walt Disney Birth ChartThe Birth Chart of Walt Disney contains a Sling with two planets at the center in Midheaven.  All of the planets are on the dark side of the chart except the two at the center of the Sling, around which the whole chart revolves.  The Sun Sign was Scorpius, which signifies Satan as an angel of light.  The Moon was in Virgo to symbolize the glory of woman.  The Ascendant Sign was also Virgo on the cusp of Leo.  This further emphasized the influence of the woman.

Sun Sign

Disney's Sun Sign was Scorpius, for Satan who disguises himself as an angel of light.  This is the basis for Disney's portrayal of human good (exclusive from divine good).  He portrayed a rat as good and funny rather than reveal the true nature of the rat, which is a filthy symbol of Political Babylon and a demon.  He portrayed magic as good, when it is the evil work of Satan.

Two other planets in Scorpius added even more intensity to the significance of the sign.  The Savior Planet in Scorpius symbolizes a Satanic attack, and the Mediator Planet in Scorpius symbolizes a deceiver.  Satan is the deceiver and the liar.  Disney was not a good guy.  He was full of the devil.

Moon Sign

The Moon Sign was Virgo, the Virgin, a symbol of the power of woman.  This takes on even more significance, since the Ascendant Sign is Virgo on the cusp of Leo.  All this symbolizes the influence of the woman.  Disney's movies and cartoons appealed to the woman and children.  This was his market.

The Sling

Disney's chart contained a Sling with two planets at the center of the Sling in Midheaven,  Planets in Midheaven symbolize fame and publicity.  The pair of planets in Midheaven symbolized the partnership of the Disney brothers.  The Last Adam in Taurus symbolizes hidden power (like magic) and creative genius.  This applied to Walt.  The Redeemer Planet in Gemini symbolizes a redeemer, or financial partner, which applied to Roy, who managed the business.

Just as a Sling revolves around the center, a person with a Sling in the Birth Chart is preoccupied with the planet, or planets, at the center.  Walt was preoccupied with Disney brothers' company partnership.  He was a workaholic.


Three planets in Sagittarius signified great influence of that sign.  The planets were:

  1. Red Planet - bloody army.  Disney was an ambulance driver in World War I.
  2. God of the Covenants - doctrine of war.  This amounted to Disney's plans for success in business, which were analogous to war plans.
  3. Almighty God - mighty army.  Similarly, Disney's employees were analogous to an army.

The Morning Star in Capricornus symbolizes a Gentile leader.  Walt Disney was a Gentile leader in the business world and motion picture industry.


The Birth Chart of Walt Disney with the center of a Sling in Midheaven reveals the fame of the Disney brothers' partnership.  However, Walt's Sun Sign of Scorpius emphasizes Satan as an angel of light.  Other planets in Scorpius further strengthen the significance of Satan and his lies in Disney's work.  Disney's family entertainment was a cover for Satan as the master of deceit.

Disney's appeal to women amounted to the lie of the Prostitute of Babylon, and his appeal to children was from Baal.  His cartoons were not funny.  They were bait to lure children into the fold of Satan.  As a perverter of the minds of children, Walt Disney was one of the most evil men who ever lived.  His fantasies about magic are veiled appeals to the power of Satan and his demons.

Walt Disney Birth Chart Planets

Sun Scorpius Satan as an angel of light
Moon Virgo Woman power
Savior Scorpius Satanic attack
Morning Star Capricornus Gentile leader
Red Planet Sagittarius Bloody army
Almighty God Sagittarius Mighty army
Ring Planet Sagittarius Doctrine of war
Mediator Scorpius Deceiver
Redeemer Gemini Redeemer, financial partner
Last Adam Taurus Hidden power (magic), creative genius



1.  "Walt Disney,"  Wikipedia Encyclopedia.
2.  Brad A.  "Walt Disney,",
3.  "Disney animators' strike," Wikipedia Encyclopedia.'_strike
4.  "Walt's Biography," Walt Disney Collection.
5.  "Walt Disney on Faith, Church, Bible Study, Prayer & God,"  Faith is a Star, (Gammon, New York E. P. Dutton & Co.,  1963).

Released February 5, 2010 - Revised April 4, 2010

Author: Larry Wood
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