ROALD DAHL, SATANISM AND MI6
Dahl wrote macabre short stories.
In one typical tale, a landlady murders and then mummifies the bodies of the young men who come to her rooming house.
Dahl's books for children contain very dark, cruel humour.
His works include James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Witches.
The film of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contains scenes of great cruelty.
Willy Wonka takes sadistic pleasure in the sufferings of some of the children.
During World War II, one of Dahl's jobs was to win top Americans to the British cause.
"Girls just fell at Roald’s feet," said Antoinette Marsh Haskell, the daughter of Dahl’s closest American friend. "I think he slept with everybody on the east and west coasts that [was worth] more than $50,000 a year." (Socks away! Roald Dahl's wartime sex raids - Times Online)
ALEISTER CROWLEY links to Ian Fleming who links to Dahl. Richard B. Spence writes in his 2008 book Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult that Crowley was most likely a lifelong agent for British Intelligence.
Dahl made visits to the Roosevelt family home in Hyde Park, New York state.
Dahl came to believe that Roosevelt was having an affair with Crown Princess Martha of Norway. (Socks away! Roald Dahl's wartime sex raids - Times Online)
In the USA, Dahl worked alongside fellow British spy Ian Fleming, a sado-masochist.
It was Fleming who was an aquaintance of the Satanist Aleister Crowley.
"Look into the face of pure evil. Gene Wilder's 1971 portrayal of Roald Dahl's master chocolatier Willy Wonka." (The Spellout.)
"Most of Dahl’s books preach a similar gospel. Obedience is boring; all authority figures and all rules are oppressive.
"Good riddance to being good! It’s a classic Gnostic reading of the Fall.
"According to this view, sin and disobedience are desirable, and the Devil will lead us to enlightenment and freedom." (Eric Metaxas » Archive » ROALD DAHL AND THE FOREST OF SIN)
In one of Dahl’s books, The Minpins, Little Billy hears the Devil whispering in his ear.
Billy follows the Devil’s advice to enter the Forest of Sin and "is handsomely rewarded with a magical and life-changing adventure.
"At the story’s end, Dahl invites the reader to do the same." (Eric Metaxas » Archive » ROALD DAHL AND THE FOREST OF SIN)
Theo Dahl, Lucy Dahl, Ophelia Dahl (www.oneforthetable.com/oftt/stories/trolling-...)
The Child Catcher who appears in Ian Fleming's film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was created by Roald Dahl, acting as the film's screenwriter.
The Childcatcher kidnaps and kills children.
In Roald Dahl's novel, The Witches, the witches are able to smell out children to murder them.
In Dahl's The BFG: "a 24-foot dirty old man creeps down the streets late at night, when all the grown-ups are asleep, peering in through little children's windows.
"This, in the minds of certain critics, marks out the BFG as a novel with overtones of paedophilia." - The BFG: a wonderful innocent fairy-story with no overtones of paedophilia
Marilyn Manson's favorite authors include Anton LaVey, Aleister Crowley, and Roald Dahl. (Cached)
In 1983 Dahl reviewed Tony Clifton's God Cried, a picture book about the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon depicting Israelis killing thousands of Beirut inhabitants by bombing civilian targets.
Dahl's review stated that this invasion was when "we all started hating Israel", and that the book would make readers "violently anti-Israeli", writing, "I am not anti-Semitic. I am anti-Israel."
Dahl told a reporter in 1983, "There’s a trait in the Jewish character that does provoke animosity ... I mean there is always a reason why anti-anything crops up anywhere; even a stinker like Hitler didn’t just pick on them for no reason."