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Disney Conspiracy Theories That Will Blow Your Mind

Are you a fan of Disney movies, you know, animation motion pictures like the recently released and award-winning Frozen, and Rapunzel’s Tangled, and The Little Mermaid, then this is for you – something that’s ridiculous… and a whole lot of fun.

The wonderful worlds of Disney and Pixar have ardent fans, and then there are these guys. Immersed in the Magic Kingdom, the web is crawling with super sleuths who dig deep into the nitty-gritty storytelling, finding secret, hidden links between the characters and plotlines, in search of some over-arching master plan lurking beneath the pastel surface.

Here are some of the best Disney-related theories currently being discussed and debated:

“Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “The Little Mermaid” take place in one reality.496a1cc0-b075-11e3-9294-036eecaa07a3_ariel_map_frozen-rapunzel

If you paid attention to detail while watching Frozen, there’s a moment in the movie where you can see Rapunzel and Flynn/Eugene, the protagonists of Tangled, arriving for Elsa’s coronation.rs_560x415-140320143109-frozentangled2Look familiar? It’s Rapunzel (post haircut) and Eugene from Tangled!

Geographically, this isn’t too hard to justify. “Tangled” arguably takes place in Germany (the story of Rapunzel is originally a German fairy tale) and “Frozen” seems to take place in Norway (based on various architectural/cultural nods throughout as well as the Scandinavian setting of its origin fable, Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”).

But why are Rapunzel and Flynn at the party? This is where it gets fun. A presented theory posits that Elsa and Anna’s parents from “Frozen” were en route to Rapunzel’s return celebration when their ship sank. As the boat sailed from Norway to Germany, it would’ve passed near Denmark, which is where it sank.

How do we know this? Because you can see the wreckage in “The Little Mermaid,” which arguably takes place around Denmark (it’s another Andersen tale, set in his native land).rs_560x315-140320143122-frozentangledship

Consider us sold.

“Aladdin” actually takes place in the future.blue-characters-gallery-2010-aladdin-52692

If you remember, in “Aladdin” (1992), the hyperactive, near-mad Genie dismisses Aladdin’s clothes as “so third century.” But if the Genie has been trapped in the lamp for over 10,000 years, how does he know about third century fashion trends? And, come to think of it, how is he able to do impersonations of such 20th century personalities as Jack Nicholson and Groucho Marx?

That’s because, per a concept laid out on silentcommentaryarchive.tumblr.com, “Aladdin” actually takes place in the future — at least 10,300 A.D. It’s “a post-apocalyptic world where only Arabic (and some Greek) culture [has] survived” and where “the name ‘Arabia’ has been corrupted to ‘Agrabah.'”

The theory also semi-explains the changes over the centuries that have affected the Islamic religion and the presence of “technological marvels” like flying carpets and genetically engineered parrots that sound like Gilbert Gottfried.

To quote Iago himself, “What the HE–?”

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Walt Shakes(@Walt_Shakes) is an award-winning Nigerian writer, poet and veteran blogger. He is a lover of the written word. the faint whiff of nature, the flashing vista of movies, the warmth of companionship and the happy sound of laughter.

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  1. This is soooo scatter-brain, as in huh??? What do they going on ’bout? The first kinda sounds a tad bit logical, its not too diffcult to connect the dots and its quite believable. The one ’bout Aladdin however is warped! Whoever came up with these theories? He should go get something worthwhile doing biko! This is just plain ridiculous and laughable.

  2. I can stretch my mind to accommodate the theory that Rapunzel and Frozen took place in the same reality but not The Little Mermaid. I always associate mermaids to warmer climates and the North sea (separating Norway and Germany) is a cold, cold place. Besides, the northernmost place flounders can be found is North Atlantic.

  3. There are some of us that go see a Disney movie with the sole purpose of enjoying it, having a lot of laughter, getting that feel good feeling while we remain in awe of the visual spectacle, perfect voice acting and great music where applicable.

    Then there are these guys, the ones with a pretty messed up childhood.

  4. @anyibaba,u got dt right!!!as in dis whole drama is just eye poppingly crazy!!wht next?jafar,ursula,maleficent,cruella da vil are all related?cousins hundred tyms removed?*shuddering*

    • shakespeareanwalter

      Hahahahaa! Nwechi I was waiting for your input. Pretty sure they’re working their way towards matching real life Queen Elizabeth as a possible distant relative to Snow White’s royal family.

  5. Wally,d tin tire person ooooo!!!I wonder wht dey will dig up abt pocahontas!

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