"The entire script of "The Lion King" is a carefully orchestrated picture of a pagan society with animals as the actors.
Really? I don't remember the lions offering sacrifices to tribal African gods or even following a god at all. Is this guy saying that atheists are pagans?
Everything from the king and his heir down to the witchdoctor is acted out in the panorama of idolatry and pagan bondages.
I'm sorry, but I really don't see how Mufasa and Simba embody paganism. Unless you're talking about the opening scene where the animals all bow down to Simba when he's a baby. They're paying their respects, you idiot, they're not worshipping him. And Rafiki is not a witch doctor. What he does in that scene is essentially equivalent to baptism or any other religious ritual associated with birth.
The struggle between good and bad IS a classic occultic picture of black and white magic.
No, the struggle between good and bad is as old as time and is universal. The occult doesn't have a monopoly on it; every religion has a good vs. evil story, including yours.
Even the relationship of the king and his evil brother draws attention to the pagan suggestion that Jesusand Satan were brothers."
I must be missing something because I've never heard anyone suggest that they were. I'd hate to see what you'd make of "Hamlet."
It's a kid's movie for heaven's sakes, a good one, by the way. You're a paranoid moron.