In one of my previous movies, we learned how the Wizard of Oz could be compared to the Federal Reserve and our monetary system using notes from the film by Bill Still called “Secret of Oz”.
This brings us to this passage…
“No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon”
Mammon is Earthly Treasures like money, property, possessions etc.
The “Man Behind the Curtain” in the Wizard of Oz is a type of person that serves Earthly Treasures by using Witchcraft, Divination, Spells, Alchemy and other abominable methods, in order to gain them…
He is the Magickian of the Tarot, or perhaps even a fake Hierophant (High Priest/Pope).
However, there is an even deeper meaning to this movie than most realize.
Remember the ‘Veil’ of the Tabernacle? Look at what Sirius/Toto is doing.
The curtain that the Wizard hides behind, as well as the surrounding scene, is a picture of The Most Holy Place in which the Ark of the Covenant resides.
Can you see the Ark in the center of this image with the Cloud of the LORD above it?
Of course any Christian would tell you that this is an abomination.
Notice the Luciferian “Stones of Fire” Phosphorus on each side. Oz looks like Osiris or some sort of Alien doesn’t he?
Coincidence? Maybe… however if this really is a picture of the Ark, then the Four Living Creatures are sure to be near. Maybe even a ‘Whirlwind’? Is there a Whirlwind in the Wizard of Oz?
Does this sound like something that happened in the movie?
2 Kings 2:1
“And it came to pass, when the LORD would take up Elijah into heaven by a whirlwind, that Elijah went with Elisha from Gilgal”
2 Kings 2:11
“And it came to pass, as they still went on, and talked, that, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven”
Isn’t it interesting that Dorothy (residing in her ‘Temple’) sees ‘Living Creatures’ in the Whirlwind?
Our next book that we will study will be Ezekiel. This is when we are introduced to… you guessed it… a Whirlwind.
Here is how the Four living Creatures relate to The Wizard of Oz…
They match up fairly well I would say. The ‘Robot’ (Tin Man) would be the modern day equivalent of the Ox that performs the labor of man. He is also a ‘woodsman’ involved in chopping wood.
It’s simply amazing what one can see when one studies Scripture.
How about this one…
And if all that wasn’t enough to demonstrate the eerie similarities between The Wizard of Oz and the Tabernacle, let’s add one more piece of evidence that ties all of this into Alchemy.
What were the Four Living Creatures of Dorothy, Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion on a quest for?
The Cowardly Lion wanted ‘courage’, so in return he received a ‘potion’ in the book, and a medal in the movie.
The Scarecrow wanted a ‘brain’, so in return the Magickian gave him new ‘words’ in the form of a Diploma.
In a very strange moment of script writing, the Scarecrow begins to recite the Pythagorean theorem, however he gets it very wrong!
“During the scene where the Wizard gives him his brains, the Scarecrow makes a mistake in his first educated pronouncement. He recites the Pythagorean theorem stating that it applies to an isosceles triangle, which is incorrect, not the correct answer, a right triangle; he also refers to square roots, not to squares. This probably reflects ignorance by the scriptwriters, not the Scarecrow”
Looks like the ‘new words’ added unto him were false… like receiving another (false) Gospel not preached. False Prophet indeed.
Is someone poking fun at Initiates?
The Tin Man wanted a ‘heart’, so in return he received a heart necklace with a clock in it and a rosy chain that resembled a Rosary...
Last but not least, we have Dorothy. All she wanted was to get back ‘home’ as in Heaven or perhaps reaching a state of nirvana. Maybe a better interpretation is that she wanted to be back in the Underworld of Earth Hell.
It’s safe to say that The Wizard of Oz is full of esoteric ideas and symbolism that is lost on the average viewer/reader who may be ‘triggered’ or deceived by it.