Monday, April 14, 2008

REALLY The Most Magical Place On Earth?

This delightful weirdness comes from an old and dear friend, C.R. "Buzz" Peirce:

According to Walter Bosley and Greg Bishop in their book LATITUDE 33:Key to the Kingdom there's more to Disneyland than meets the eye:

Was there an interdimensional portal that influenced human perception at the popular amusement park? This book reveals surprising evidence that something otherworldly was built into The Magic Kingdom.
Also featured in an article in the recent issue of Fate Magazine ("A Srange Journey to Latitude 33") the idea is that master Disney architect
Cornelius Vanderbilt Wood, with guidance from Walk himself, drew the plans for The Magic Kingdom to work with the heavy-duty mysticism of ley lines.

One also has to wonder if this mystic conspiracy has also contributed to Disneyland being a horrible death trap (thanks and praise to John Marr):

"...beneath [Disneyland's] glittering facade lurks something malevolent, something lethal." He details the true stories of those who met an unexpected end in The Happiest Place on Earth. For those of you scoring at home, the Matterhorn, Monorail, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and the sailing ship Columbia have each claimed a victim, as has the Carousel of Progress. The PeopleMover has claimed two lives, two others were lost in the Rivers of America, and two people met their maker, rather than the Snow Monster, on the Matterhorn."

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