1. Little Mermaid
Ariel, which means Lion of God in Hebrew, is a spirit from the marine kingdom. The octopus lady that Ariel consults is a witch doctor who operates in the sea.
2. Snow White & the 7 Dwarfs
Snow White’s stepmother did witchcraft and the face talking to her in a mirror is a demon. This is why the stepmother wants Snow White’s heart in order to consume it for powers. In the original Grimm’s story, the stepmother wants the lungs and liver to consume. Dwarfs in this story represent the Forest Kingdom, another demonic kingdom on Earth. This is why they live in the forest.
When Aladdin fly on his carpet, it represents him flying in the spiritual realm. The genie in Aladdin is a demon and Aladdin practiced witchcraft. The lamp that the Genie lives in represents how demons live in objects. This is why when Achan stole, the Israelite lost their battle to their enemies. A demon was living in the stole objects. In order to get rid of the curse, Joshua had to burn him and the things he stole (Joshua 7:1-22). In the original story, Aladdin is recruited by a sorcerer. The sorcerer traps him in order to retrieve the lamp.
4. Hansel & Gretel
In the original story, parents leave their children to die in a forest in order to survive a famine. This is similar to an incident in the Bible in which two woman eat a child during a famine (2 Kings 6:28-29). This represents the ugly side of the flesh. In desperate times people would forsake their own children to satisfy their flesh. The witch in the gingerbread wants to eat Hansel & Gretel to receive more powers to operate in the witchcraft.
There are many more fairy tales that have repeated demonic undertones such as Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Rumpelstiltskin, etc. So be careful what you expose to your children. Edify your soul and the soul of your children by watch things that of God.