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Harry Potter books are even showing up in your supermarket, the drugstore anywhere a few dollars can be made.

The occult is becoming the accepted norm these days.

another sign of the last days? I think so.

4everHis, Rapture Ready 32 Comments [7/27/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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You want occoult?

Read your freaking Bible! It's full of it!

7/29/2005 4:00:37 AM


Is there anything that isn't a sign of the 'last days' to these people? Geez.

7/31/2005 1:58:11 PM


Hooray! Here comes dah judge! Here come dah judge!

Christianity was a cult when it started. It is just a really, realy popular cult.

Bibles are sold in Walmart and lie around in hotel rooms. Stories of wanton cruelty, rape, murder, torture, beheadings, infantcide, dung eating, piss drinking, incest, cannibalism, slave beating, self-mutilation, slave mutilation, blood drinking, and genocide. Think that's such a healthy read for the kiddies?

12/15/2006 12:24:32 PM


Wow, Potter takes over the world, eh?

Meh, saw it coming :p

BTW, the Babble? WAY more occult in there than a middle aged brit could come up with.

9/4/2007 12:24:33 AM


I still believe fundies hate Harry Potter because they don't want kids to read.

9/4/2007 2:51:14 AM

Just because Harry Potter features magic, witches, and wizards, does NOT mean that it's a book about the occult. For heaven's sakes, fantasy books have been written for a long time now, and I don't think anyone's suffered severe side effects from reading them. Grow up.

9/4/2007 8:36:58 AM


Your ass is 4everMine, bitch!

9/4/2007 9:55:57 AM


Man, I hope so.

9/4/2007 10:59:38 AM


Does the word "fiction" mean anything to you bitch?

9/4/2007 12:39:07 PM


It's a fantasy story you idiot.
If you honestly believe this as a threat to your fairytales, your faith obviously isn't that strong..... having second thoughts are ya??

9/7/2007 10:10:30 AM

The Flying Spaghetti Monster

If it's your last days, good.
Can I have your car?

9/7/2007 10:11:57 AM


"Waaaaaaaah! Their fiction is more popular than our fiction! Waaaaah!"

9/7/2007 1:12:26 PM



9/8/2007 11:16:29 PM


Books in supermarkets and drugstores??????

We CANNOT have a literate nation! Who would vote Republican?

9/12/2007 9:50:29 AM

Hmm, lemme cast a spell on this fundie...

Expecto Patronum!


9/12/2007 10:45:29 AM


I just spilled some coffee on the desk.
A sign of end times?
I think so.

9/12/2007 11:28:28 AM


Give me 500mg of Zoloft and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, stat.

5/13/2008 3:21:30 AM


Just because a book has witches\wizzards and magic in it, doesn't mean that it's "TEH OCCULTZ"!
I mean, the majority of Disney movies have these things in them, but I'm will to bet you let your kids watch those.

10/10/2009 10:44:36 PM


*Looks at calendar*. 5 years goin', innit?

5/13/2010 4:45:46 PM


The people in the apartment below mine recarpeted their floors.

ZOMG!!1! It's teh LAST DAYS!!!1!

5/13/2010 4:47:28 PM

They even have HP dealers on street corners, it's terrible!

5/14/2010 3:28:39 AM


Harry Potter is a Christian allegory, stupid. It's written by a Christian and it's about the fight between good and evil, both within ourselves and in the world at large.

It made kids in Sweden, and probably elsewhere too, learn English faster, so that they wouldn't have to wait for the translation of the new book to come out.

The End Times started somewhere before the first Ascension and have been going on for nigh on two thousand years now. They'll probably go on another millennium or five...

5/14/2010 3:36:28 AM


Crazy ranting aside, anyone else notice that the "last days" have been going on for years now? I mean, if it was the "end times" in 2005, why are we, and for that matter they, still here? Shouldn't they have realized it's not going to bloody well happen by now? I'm sorry, this isn't related to the quote specifically, more RR as a whole, but WTF?

9/30/2011 10:08:04 PM


They're remaking John Carpenter's The Thing.
Remaking movies rather than creating an original movie is becoming the accepted norm these days.
Another sign of the last days? I think so.

9/30/2011 11:14:20 PM

Dr. Shrinker

Tell me about it 4everHis. I was reading a story the other day that was all about the occult. It seems this king had become very unpopular, while his favorite general was the people's new rising star. The king was afraid of a coup (I didn't blame him at all), so he went to a witch and asked her to conjure up the ghost of his deceased mentor for advice. The ghost told the king he was screwed, and sure enough, several chapters later the ghost's predictions came true. Yeah, that story was chock full of magic and stuff and should have been burned!

Where did I find that story again? Oh yeah, it was from the bible!

10/1/2011 6:39:14 AM

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