Disney’s ‘Little Demon’ Features Pagan Rituals & Single Mom Knocked Up by Satan

Disney’s evil plans to negatively influence young children continues, as the House of Mouse is now encouraging demonic witchcraft, pagan rituals, gratuitous blood, gore, and nudity in their brand-new animated series on FX “Little Demon.”



The plot centers on an unmarried woman who was impregnated by Satan (voiced by Danny Devito) 13 years prior, and it follows their daily interactions with her demon-spawned daughter. A rational society would deem a cartoon depicting the Antichrist to be extremely inappropriate for children, if not outright obscene. The Disney groomers, though, disagree. While the cartoon is being marketed to adults, it will undoubtedly attract the eyes of children.



Little Demon Official Trailer | Aubrey Plaza, Lucy DeVito, Danny DeVito | FX


One Million Moms, an organization whose goal is to stop the exploitation of children, writes:


Along with other Disney-associated productions such as MaleficentStar vs. the Forces of Evil, and The Owl House, this new adult cartoon series, Little Demon, is also set in a spiritually demonic realm.

According to Deadline, a Hollywood online news source, “Among other shenanigans, the comedy … shows Laura [the mother] nude with no pixilation. She strips down in the first episode to perform a ritual, while there are multiple instances of nudity throughout the series.”

Series creator Seth Kirschner told reporters, “We are going to keep going for it until we are told no.”

Let us be sure they are told, “No!” quickly!

The Bible tells us clearly in Isaiah 8:19-22 of a spiritual realm that is not of God. It warns us not to participate in witchcraft or consult with mediums but to call on God. Deuteronomy 18:10-11 also warns us to avoid witchcraft in all forms.



One Million Moms has a petition asking Disney to cancel Little Demonyou can sign here.

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Jamison Ashley

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