The Walt Disney movie Pocahontas, is already one which is classified as having too much New Age put into the movie. However, there is much more below the surface than even that. If you do not already know about the claim that Walt was a 33rd degree Mason, it seems to subtly become more plausible after looking into all the hidden things placed in his movies. Ironically, this movie was the 33rd movie that the company produced.
The one thing that stands out most for this movie is Grandmother Willow. Many people just pass it off as just a talking tree since it is a cartoon but this isn’t just a personified tree. The actual name for creatures like this is Hamadryads or treefolk. Hamadryads originate to ancient mythology being a type of dryad (also a type of nymph) that lives in a tree. These treefolk are to be sacred for fairies as well. These type of creatures are commonly seen in fantasy based media which are full of magic and witchcraft.
Alright, so what is exactly is a dryad or a nymph? Dryads are spirits that live in trees; to be exact a female spirit. Nymphs are young (often considered attractive) female spirits that inhabit objects in nature such as trees, rivers, etc; goddesses of nature.
Interestingly enough, if we investigate the symbolism of the Willow tree, it is a tree which symbolizes fulfilling wishes of the heart, learning of the past, inner vision and dreams. You can’t tell me all of this is just coincidence because it easily fits with the just the story of the cartoon. This Willow tree symbolism sounds a lot like the “Do what thou wilt” phrase which is opposite of biblical knowledge and is focused entirely on being carnally minded (focused on the fleshly desires).
This is a perfect time to bring about the subliminal context hidden in this cartoon. The video below covers the subliminal messages showing how they are trying to subconsciously inject the thought of ‘sex.’ This is not the first Disney movie to do that either.