It is not only witchcraft that is presented in the Disney Channel. Disney has confirmed a bisexual lead character on “The Owl House” series.
“The Owl House” series follows the “adventure” of the 14-year-old Dominican-American girl Luz Noceda to becoming a witch.
Luz is not certainly Disney’s first character involved in witchcraft and she is not Disney’s first LGBTQ+ character. Pixar featured a gay main character in a short film on Disney Plus, but Luz is the first bisexual character to make a Disney debut on a television series.
Disney strategically chose Luz as a character from Dominican Republic (neighbor of Haiti), a nation filled with blacks and voodoo (witchcraft). And in voodoo, homosexuality, bisexuality, bestiality and even necrophilia happen under the spell of demons. And in witchcraft, homosexuality is normalized by demons who like it and lead their victims to it.
Disney’s strategy is to appeal to “diversity” through homosexuality and race. So parents, rightly concerned about a cartoon encouraging witchcraft and homosexuality to children through a black character, would be accused of “racism” if they tried to express their concerns.
There is in Hollywood a negrolatry and everything presented by a black character becomes “sacred.” So if you criticize voodoo and other similar witchcraft practiced by blacks, you are labeled a “racist” intolerant of blacks’ cultural and religious roots.
In my article “Theological Faggoting: Liberation Theology Producing Gay Theology in Brazil” I explain how Afro-Brazilian religions similar to voodoo embrace spirits (which in the Bible are identified as demons) that induce homosexual desires and prostitution in people.
The idea to put a homosexual character in a Disney cartoon was from Dana Terrace, the creator of “The Owl House,” who said, “I was very open about my intention to put queer kids in the main cast. I’m a horrible liar so sneaking it in would’ve been hard.”
Terrace identifies as bisexual. She wanted to use the cartoon to present a bisexual character, and she really pushed Disney to meet her wish. She is white, but she understood that by using a black character to propagandize homosexuality she would be protecting her propaganda from conservative critics who run the risk of being labeled “racist” if they dare to criticize it.
Her fight to use her cartoon as a platform for her gay propaganda proves a point often denied by homosexualists: Gay activists use whatever means possible to propagandize homosexuality.
Sadly, the U.S. has no law to protect children from such propaganda and indoctrination. In fact, homosexual rights are above of children’s rights in the U.S. making Hollywood and U.S. embassies propagandists of the homosexuality.
In 2019, the Trump administration gave a high-level award to a Brazilian left-wing black sorcerer whose religion embraces homosexuality. If right-wing Trump is awarding this stuff, who can blame Disney for propagandizing this stuff?
Disney Channel’s The Owl House is about a teenager who finds herself stuck in the “Demon Realm” and battles alongside a rebellious witch against forces contrary to this witch.
The highlight of the cartoon is Luz’s dream of one day becoming a witch.
Luz dreaming of becoming a witch is a total incompatibility.
Although the name “Luz” seems innocent (Luz is Spanish for Light), due to the context of darkness it is not possible to avoid the memory of another name with an equally innocent appearance, which means “Bearer of Light,” better known as Lucifer, or Satan. When profiteers of darkness use light or other seemingly innocuous terms, it is always suspicious. The package always includes more things.
The Owl House is a disturbing cartoon, as it portrays the real and supernatural forces of evil as good — a direct violation of the Word of God, which says: “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20 NKJV)
This cartoon intentionally tries to expose the Disney Channel audience of children to the world of darkness and homosexuality.
“When [Creator] Dana [Terrace] first approached me, she said that ‘we’re trying to make this demon realm a part of Disney,’ which is something I didn’t think would happen,” show artist Ricky Cometa said. “We really wanted to make this demon realm feel like home, and just had to figure out how to do it.”
As The Owl House presents homosexuality and evil supernatural entities as good, children are unable to comprehend that this is wrong. In fact, media studies prove that children watching characters commit sinful acts, such as lying or stealing, will actually not recognize it as bad unless the character is immediately rebuked.
If witchcraft and homosexuality are not rejected and shown as wicked, children will not understand that witchcraft and homosexuality are wicked. So they will be indoctrinated into embracing witchcraft, homosexuality and everything else that left-wing ideologists promote under the cloak of negrolatry.