The truth is Lewis Caroll was into drugs and young girls. Which sounds horrible, but it's still true. He had a strange relationship with the daughters of one of his colleagues and wrote the story for one of them.
Who doesn't know the story of Alice in Wonderland? In this legendary tale, Alice's body turns to be very small, then becomes very large. This phenomenon can also occur in the real world, you know. This condition is called Alice in Wonderland syndrome.
Thanks for joining us at Nightmare on Film Street for Mad Hatters Day.In closing, I would like to share the answer to The Hatter’s own ridiculous riddle. “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” Lewis Carroll once answered The Hatter’s riddle in the 1896 edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.Carroll is not known to be an abuser, but a reference to drug abuse in Alice in Wonderland as a form of cultural commentary is a possibility. So while the myth about drugs has been debunked time and again, Carroll probably wasnt a madman rambling in a drug addled state, rather a professor making a cultural commentary level 1.To fully experience what it means to vanish down a rabbit hole, just ask the internet about hidden messages in the book that coined the term, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
The illuminati program is geared at “Alice” when she is small and is induced with drugs from a young age. Drugs in everything including the air we breath (chemtrails) and food we eat (EASTER CANDY?). Pharmacon. Alice then is 10 feet tall meaning reference to Nephilim inbreeding of the genome and gene pool manipulation of the masses.Read More
A water damaged copy of “Alice in wonderland” which grew fungi. Meme.. almost every developed country on the planet. In the US, at least, it's a federal crime. Psilocybin is a schedule one drug. And that's Orwellian for sure, but it's the way things are right now.. Think carefully about what information you share, whether it's on.Read More
Drugs And Alice In Wonderland Syndrome. submitted 6 years ago by ThePhuture. Hello, I have a pretty severe case of AIWLS.. almost non existant. I lose perception of time as well, where walking long distances feel short and vice versa. Doing drugs while this is happening (not on purpose) can cause some insane effects.. REDDIT and the.Read More
Alice in Wonderland jewellery. In this collection we combine elements from our favourite tale to recreate Alice’s adventure through Wonderland. 22nd June 2020 - We are fully operational, we currently do not have any manufacturing interruptions due to Covid19, lead times as per product description.Read More
The symptoms that are considered characteristic of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AIWS) are quite diverse and constitute distortions of regular sense perception (i.e., distortions of visual, somaesthetic, temporal, and self-perception). Although these symptoms are often of short duration, especially in children, extended episodes can occur. Many cases are benign and self-limiting, but symptoms.Read More
Lewis Carroll’s Classic Story, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Told in Sand Animation. Curious Alice — The 1971 Anti-Drug Movie Based on Alice in Wonderland That Made Drugs Look Like Fun. Watch the Earliest Surviving Filmed Version of The Wizard of Oz (1910) Ted Mills is a freelance writer on the arts who currently hosts the FunkZone.Read More
Currently watching Alice In wonderland and I came to the thought that the whole movie is just a mushroom trip and how things can be completely insane but eventually make sense and have meaning. I think all the bad stuff that appears while in wonderland portrays how the real world can destroy some of that “wonder” and “childlike” nature we once knew.Read More
This year Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s book Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland turns 152. It was 1865 when the plucky young Alice first tumbled down a rabbit-hole into the magical kingdom of Wonderland. And she hasn’t looked back. The book has always remained in print and has been translated into more than 64 languages. More than 46 films were created based on the characters.Read More
Alice in Wonderland Syndrome: Alice in Wonderland syndrome was named by Dr. John Todd, a British psychologist who studied the phenomenon of sensory distortion episodes in children and young adults.Read More
As you read Alice in Wonderland, when Alice takes a bite out of the mushroom, she can either grow big or small. This shows that drugs may help the audience for a little bit, but then most of the time, drugs do not help you. Next to the Alice in Wonderland characters in the painting, there is a translucent soccer player. The mixed media art may.Read More