This book is a blessing from the Lord to all who read it. I have a few more passages I’d like to share with you, but there’s too much to discuss in one thread. I’ve divided them into two separate posts. The first one deals with pages 48-50:
Television does not present a “real” picture of the world. In fact, much of what is shown on television is in direct conflict with the values we try to instill in our children. As an example, less than five percent of all sexual scenes shown on television are scenes between married couples. That means that 95 percent of all sexual scenes presented are comprised of adultery, homosexuality, fornication, etc. Is this what we want our children to believe as reality? This is what our children are being programmed to believe…
Christian parents, especially, are concerned about the effects of television on their children. Christians are generally not represented in television in a real manner. Christians generally are not depicted on television as intelligent. In fact, by exluding an accurate representation of Christians, television is not very representative of the vast majority of people in the world.
Television generally does not give much credence to Christian beliefs or concepts. As you know, television gives credence to the occult and psychic power by presenting it and not trying to disprove it. Many shows, especially cartoons, are “saturated” with the occult. Children see the occult as being “all-powerful” and real. Thus, because most characters use the occult to get out of difficult situations, children see this as a real solution.
Salient points, all. Christianity is portrayed as dumb and evil by the cartoonists on television, while the occult and Satanism are portrayed as all-powerful. The insidious nature of the cartoonist-Satanist-Helioleftist-Darwinist-Marxist network begins to coalesce for the reader.
The book becomes more and more interesting as it goes on, as hard as it is to believe that possible. On pages 58-60, Mr. Phillips continues:
Occult symbolisms in cartoons are estremely prevalent. Many of the characters’ names are linked to the occult; there is a significant amount of witchcraft, magic, sorcery, and other occult practices being performed; and many of the objects used by the characters, such as breastplates or staff, have occult symbols on them. But, the use of occult symbolisms does not end there. In fact, many of the messages spoken on the shows have their origins in Humanism and Eastern religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism. There are thousands of examples of each of these, which can be gathered from watching any of the shows…
Advanced Dungeons and Dragons
This cartoon series is based on the occult game Dungeons and Dragons. This fantasy role-playing game involves characters who use magic and sorcery to obtain treasures. The cartoon series, like the game, emphasizes white and black witchcraft. This cartoon averages 67 acts of violence every half-hour…
The occult images found in the Care Bear series are extremely subtle. On the surface, the Care Bears teach the children to express their feelings, especially those of love, to others. At first, these sound like very good ideas, but, they are Humanistic principles, which are in contradiction to God’s teachings. Magic and Eastern religious ideals also are prevalent in this series.
The Care Bears are the source of all evil. Beneath the guise of love and brotherhood, they actually convey secularism, Atheism, Pacifism, and other values in direct contradiction to the Will of God as laid forth in His Holy Bible.
This book has much to teach America. I only wish I could write such insightful analysis! Failing that, I strongly urge you all to purchase copies of your own.
God bless Phil Phillips!
See also: Turmoil in the Toybox, Part I.