Jonathan Cahn: New 'Barbie' movie is an Echo of an Ancient Pagan Sex Goddess

August 21, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

"Could a doll from the 1950s and a Hollywood movie be connected to an ancient, Mesopotamian goddess and to the end times?"

"Could there actually be a dark mystery behind 'Barbie'?"

These are just two of the questions raised by best-selling biblical author Jonathan Cahn in a new video probing the origins of the blockbuster film starring Margot Robbie as the popular doll come to life.

"The fact that Hollywood could take that doll and turn it into an attack on half of the human race, on marriage, on life itself is a sign of just how sickened our culture has become," says Cahn in is video titled: "The Mystery Of Barbie, Ishtar, and Smashed Babies!"

To date, the film has grossed $567 million in the U.S. and $1.3 billion worldwide.

"This has to be the most widely distributed anti-man movie ever made," Cahn explains.

"Never before has there been a major motion picture directed at children, girls, to the effect of indoctrinating them against men. Just a few years ago this motion picture could not even have been made as a children's movie, but it shows you how rapidly our culture is changing, or rather, deteriorating."

He says the dialogue of the movie itself gives away the radical feminist messaging.

"It comes from the lips of Barbie herself. She says: 'By giving voice to the cognitive dissonance required to be a woman under the patriarchy, you robbed it of its power.'"

Cahn opines: "What kind of human communication is that? It's not. It's certainly not normal human communication. It's the kind of sentence you find in a handbook of radical feminism or a film made by Josef Stalin's revolutionary council or the arts for the propagation of Marxist doctrine."

"It's not about fun. If it were, you would never have such words and phrases and sentences."

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