Charismatic Prophetess Claims She Saw Walt Disney in Heaven, Despite Evidence to the Contrary

When Kat Kerr, our favorite pink-haired charismatic meme-bot and “Dr. Michael Brown-approved prophetess” isn’t weaving an unbiblical tale of witchcraft and false theology by claiming that when babies die in miscarriage, sometimes God “puts them back” in the womb, or that she has a picture of thousands of lion-faced angels frog-marching chained demons across the sky in order to go to heaven for judgment, she’s explaining that she saw Walt Disney in heaven, on account of creating Disney Land and family-friendly fun. [Editor’s note: It figures. Her theology is kind of Mickey Mouse…]

But I do know for a fact that we’ll have new ways of entertainment for whole families to enjoy. And I might as well throw this in there, (unintelligible) anybody nervous enough, but Walt Disney made it to heaven. Walt Disney made it to heaven. His whole focus, I’m just gonna mention him because he’s a great part of family entertainment. And that was his focus when he started that whole thing. So he totally heard from heaven to create a place for families to come and enjoy themselves and not have to be concerned about the profanity, that extreme violence and the other stuff that’s involved in some of those areas. [Editor’s note: She seems to have forgotten about the “gender” nonsense that Disney is currently promulgating…]

By all evidence, Disney’s faith is highly questionable. According to biographer, Bob Thomas, in Walt Disney: An American Original:

Walt considered himself religious yet he never went to church. The heavy dose of religiosity in his childhood discouraged him; he especially disliked sanctimonious preachers. But he admired and respected every religion, and his belief in God never wavered.

His daughter Sharon said of him: “He was a very religious man, but he did not believe you had to go to church to be religious. He respected every religion. There wasn’t any he ever criticized. He would not even tell religious jokes,” and his other daughter Diane said of him: “I do know that [Walt] had great respect for all faiths…My sister dated a Jewish boy for awhile with no objections from either of my parents.”

Perhaps most revealing was an article Walt Disney wrote for Roland Gammon’s in the 1963 book about prayer, Faith is a Star, just three years before he passed away, demonstrating a belief in a higher power, but nothing more.

In these days of world tensions, when the faith of men is being tested as never before, I am personally thankful that my parents taught me at a very early age to have a strong personal belief and reliance in the power of prayer for Divine inspiration. My people were members of the Congregational Church in our home town of Marceline, Missouri. It was there where I was first taught the efficacy of religion…how it helps us immeasurably to meet the trial and stress of life and keeps us attuned to the Divine inspiration. Later in DeMolay [Editor’s note: DeMolay is an international fraternal organization for young men], I learned to believe in the basic principle of the right of man to exercise his faith and thoughts as he chooses. In DeMolay, we believe in a supreme being, in the fellowship of man, and the sanctity of the home. DeMolay stands for all that is good for the family and for our country.

…thus, whatever success I have had in bringing clean, informative entertainment to people of all ages, I attribute in great part to my Congregational upbringing and my lifelong habit of prayer. To me, today, at age sixty-one, all prayer, by the humble or highly placed, has one thing in common: supplication for strength and inspiration to carry on the best human impulses which should bind us together for a better world.

Barring a death bed confession, whatever Disney has said publicly about his religious beliefs should give no confidence in his salvation.

h/t to Revealing Truth


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5 thoughts on “Charismatic Prophetess Claims She Saw Walt Disney in Heaven, Despite Evidence to the Contrary

  1. What if the eternal fate of Hanna or Barbera? American Christianity is truly “Mickey Mouse” lol

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    (insert tiny flags here denoting I am neither a sexual deviant nor mentally ill)

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