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Disneyland Update – Secrets of Club 33 (video)



This promotional video introduce Disneyland’s Club 33, and provides interesting information about the exclusive club’s design. Situated at I guessing many readers will recognize some of the symbols found there.


The name of the club itself is very evocative of Freemasonry. 33 is indeed a sacred and symbolic number in Masonic lore. For this reason, the Scottish Rite is comprised of 32 regular degrees and an honorary 33rd degree. This exalted degree is only reserved to the most distinguished Freemasons (some say Disney was a 33rd Degree Mason) – the same way Club 33 is reserved to Disney’s “most distinguished” guests.

Masonic pin featuring the number 33

As if to emphasize the Masonic meaning of the number 33, this alternate logo of Club 33 uses a black and white pattern, similar to the Masonic checkerboard floor. The all-important occult concept of duality is visually represented with the inversion of the colors of each “3”.

Alternate logo of Disney’s Club 33.

Disney’s Designs

The documentary also shows Walt Disney’s original design ideas for the club. Horned animal heads, owls and vultures gave the Club a definite non-Disney ambiance.

Disney’s design for Club 33.

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I was always sure there was something wrong with Disney. But when I showed this article to my grandma, who happened to be a huge Disney fan in her childhood ( early 30s) and after reading this, she said: " Well, what´s the matter? This is just a number". It´s really frustrating how people can´t handle the truth, even when a lot of evidence is shown. What should I do? I´m afraid she ( just like many other people in this world) will remain sheeple forever. 🙁 Also,although I can see evil I´m not really a strong believer so I don´t feel too confident yet to say " Christ is coming soon". Help, please? . Thanks a lot.


I actually have a personal experience with this place. my girlfriend and i celebrated her 21st birthday in los angeles, and decided to make a disneyland trip in. Myself, ive noticed the undertones in various disney movies, but have still enjoyed them because deep down im still a kid at heart. I like disney movies simply because they make me feel like a kid inside, and as i get older(im now 24), its more difficult for me to find that feeling, you know? Anyways, our in was that her godfather is one of the senior "imagineers" employed by disney who design rides, experiences in the park, what have u. Anyways, he is one of the members of club 33, and members can make reservations for friends and family so that was his present to her. This was 3 years ago, and i wasnt into symbolism and occult meanings as heavy as i am now, but i was still on the look. The entrance is real nondescript, u wouldnt see it if you werent looking for it. We rang the bell, and this dude on the other end said "reservation?", and her godfather gave his name. The door opened and we… Read more »


Anyone know anything about the location "33 taps bar and grill" right next to the Pantages theater?

There's also a "Museum of death" with a skull and bones logo and a "Gallery of Chaos" with an 8 pointed star logo down the street a little on the other side of it…


Anyone know anything about the location "33 Taps bar and grill" directly next to the Pantages…?

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Disneyland Park, originally Disneyland, is the first of two theme parks built at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, opened on July 17, 1955. It is the only theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. It was originally the only attraction on the property; its name was changed to Disneyland Park to distinguish it from the expanding complex in the 1990s.

Walt Disney came up with the concept of Disneyland after visiting various amusement parks with his daughters in the 1930s and 1940s. He initially envisioned building a tourist attraction adjacent to his studios in Burbank to entertain fans who wished to visit; however, he soon realized that the proposed site was too small. After hiring a consultant to help him determine an appropriate site for his project, Walt bought a 160-acre (65 ha) site near Anaheim in 1953. Construction began in 1954 and the park was unveiled during a special televised press event on the ABC Television Network on July 17, 1955.


wow the designe is amazing and fantastic but i'm gonna call bullshit over the fact that the only reason you think it's satanic and shit, is just because it got the number 33


Ive actually had breakfast there. The place was nice…but now that I look back..creepy. The food was awful! Its been 5 years but I do remember it being cold in there even on a rainy day…just plain cold. It was part of my mothers college class (yes at 37 she was taking classes lol) it was for single mothers who went back to college. they do it at IVC (Irvine Valley College).


Wooden animal masks, and butterfly collections on the wall…. indicative of monarch programming and also programming where the victim takes on the characteristics of an animal…. watch from 5:30 in the video on.

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what can you say to somebody who grew up knowing a radio to be the hippest form of entertainment.. probably while she washed her boss i mean husbands clothes down by the river and then rushed home to make him dinner in time for her 7 o'clock beating?

..see where i'm going with this? 😛

Conspiracy Detective

BVSo any links or info on who is in the 33? they are supposed to be right at the top of the 'Elite' have a look at my blog and let me know what you think.


Hey did anyone notice the last emblem: Fleur de lise and the horns right there..


Does the butterfly collection symbolize mind control maybe? Because Disney movies are a form of mind control I guess.


Haha kind of ironic that my comment is number 33.


Walt Disney – World famous cartoonist, Walt was a DeMolay (a member of a fraternal organization for young men sponsored by Freemasonry). He did not, however, join the Masonic organization. Rumors circulate continuously around the internet and sometimes winding up in books as a result stating that he was a Mason. Some of these have proven quite tantalizing including those relating to his brother and to the many Masons he hired as cartoonists. No one, however, has been able to produce the name of a lodge to which Walt might have belonged in order that the records might be checked and surely if he were a member, that information would have come to notice long before these many years after his death. Despite a burning desire on the part of some to list him as a member of the Craft, there is simply no provable evidence that he was.


Do I see an angle 33 degrees?


I do not know. Some people say "It is not disney." Well sure it is not a disney cartoon for kids, it is not mickey mouse. It is not supposed to by it is supposed to be a gentlemans club for the wealthy. The animal trophys, the semi-drag colors, this is what every mens club at the time looked like. Also for modern disney, or more modern anyway. When I was younger back in 1997 or 1998 I went to disney world with some friends. In downtown disney I bought a cigar from cigar shop and then that night went to disney pleasure island, a place that you have to be 21 to enter. Mardi Gras party parade all night every night, comedy clubs, dance clubs, alchohol. The sports world where it is all ESPN and sports everything. Just goes to show that the kids movies are only one part of their product. Now I agree that many times they have pushed a spritual agenda in their movie cartoons and TV channel that goes from Christian to borderline luciferian to full on Atheist. Depending on the author of the show was. You have to remember with this Gents Club that… Read more »


Yes, I think it is worthy to let the people know about this. It sums up very well the background of Disney's agenda.

A random thought

yep 33 is related to freemasons and disney was more than likely a mason but to be honest this video is not really anything beside being shown around an old gents club basically, there is thousands of places like it all over the globe and what about all the lodges that are in every major city of the world? sorry V.C. but this one seems a little pointless

Lexy V

I don't think Masons are evil. In fact, I personally have not seen any true evidence of their "evil"; just their influence. All I see are symbols, and perhaps some meaning, but I don't get how that proves evil.


Know the tree from its fruits.


Yeah, I read about this place on some other site a while back. It's quite obvious who they worship, don't you think? I would be careful sending my kids to Disney brainwashing theme parks from now on.

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"It's a small world afterall… "

Sorry, I had to do it. Now have fun trying to get that song out of your head for the remainder of the day. 😉

But seriously, one time I was on that ride and it broke down. We were stuck inside for 15 minutes or so being tortured to death with that song. I thought I was going to go mad!


So I'm guess that the people who are arguing are pretty much the same people but they are signing in as different names.. Anyway I never really cared for Disney being as though the racist incident that happened at the amusement park.


Wrong. Victor is my brother. We do not share the same body.

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