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[Review of Harry Potter]

Harry Potter books are written by an actual practicing witch to indoctrinate our youth. These books contain accurate depictions of ritual magic and satanic doctrines. Those who say it's "just fiction" need a reality check! Fiction is the best way to promote occult belief systems! (Just ask Walt Disney. His job as a 33rd degree Freemason was to condition American children to embrace occult themes in entertainment.)

Lots of reviewers who don't know anything about the occult will assure you that this book is not occult doctrine. That's like a blind person telling you there are no misspellings! Here are the facts; look them up on your own and verify. (Of over 5000 reviews, I can't find ONE that states these facts.)

The cover illustration employs overtly satanic symbols include the lightning bolt on his forehead--a Biblical symbol of Satan (who like lightning fell from heaven). There is also the unicorn--a Biblical symbol of the Antichrist (as all witches know). This book promotes drug use--brews with mind-altering fumes using wormwood which in real life contains a hypnotic drug. The series also features demonic possession, necromancy, and divination. Death is described as a great adventure for the occult practicioner--the actual satanic doctrine on death.

Occult numerology runs throughout the book, including the intentional use of 11, 13 and 33 and numbers that break down into those numbers. These are not accidental. The owner of the sorcerer's stone is 666 years old in this book. So the quest is associated with the Biblical number of the Beast. What more do you need?? Non-magical people are described as boring with pointless lives. The glory goes to witchcraft--the gateway into hardcore satanism (according to former high ranking satanists and witches like John Todd and William Schnoebelen.) We need to realize that life is all about a spiritual war and start using better discernment in order not to be manipulated by doctrines of evil. Harry Potter is only one of many that has been revealed. Learn more at cuttingedge.org.

Daniel, Amazon.com 23 Comments [6/30/2008 12:49:03 PM]
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Mithcoriel

The unicorn is an old symbol of JESUS, actually, not the antichrist :P

6/30/2008 4:18:50 PM

Grigadil

Fiction... Just like your bible, Daniel... Fiction.

Also, Satanists =/= witches.

6/30/2008 4:23:38 PM

Mortok

The way these people are acting, you'd think Harry Potter was the first fantasy book ever.

Man, Harry Potter is WEAK. If you want the hardcore stuff, check out the Old Kingdom trilogy.

But steer clear of Narnia, that shit will fuck you up.


6/30/2008 4:54:16 PM

Blackclaw

"(Of over 5000 reviews, I can't find ONE that states these facts.)"

Maybe that's because it's not true?

Nah, that thought never entered your little mind did it?

Here's a little rubber ball. Go into the hallway and bounce it around. It'll keep your mind occupied for a while.


6/30/2008 5:53:47 PM

apYrs

ex-satanists are like ex-gays, saying what will keep their fundie protectors and paymasters happy

6/30/2008 6:45:39 PM

Kim

Why does God give us an imagination if we're not allowed to use it?

6/30/2008 6:57:58 PM

Professor M

a Biblical symbol of Satan (who like lightning fell from heaven)

Um...no. You fail at theology.

6/30/2008 7:40:36 PM

aaa

Yawn...

7/1/2008 11:59:58 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Daniel ain't too bright.

7/1/2008 12:01:26 PM

Dr. Shrinker

coo-coo, coo-coo

2/14/2009 12:10:32 AM

kat

I facepalmed so hard I hurt my brain!

So yeah, I guess stupidity can indeed hurt your brain.

Now Daniel, be a good boy and look up the word "Fiction". It'll save us all a lot of pain.

2/14/2009 3:01:45 AM

Man Called True

First of all, Nicholas Flamel is 400 years old, not 666. Second of all, there are no demons in the HP universe. Third, necromancy is barely touched on, and exclusively as evil and wrong. Fourth, numerology is a fucking joke - you can see whatever you want to see with numbers.

Fifth, get a life.

2/14/2009 4:45:30 AM

Professor M

overtly satanic symbols include the lightning bolt on his forehead--a Biblical symbol of Satan (who like lightning fell from heaven).

Um...that's not Biblical. Like, at all. Has this dude even read the book he claims to follow? (Of course not -- only us infidels seem to have ever read the thing.)

2/14/2009 4:52:34 AM



I didn't like the Harry Potter books either. It is *just fiction*, Daniel, and not terribly good fiction at that. There are much better children's authors out there.

2/14/2009 5:41:44 AM

Thejebusfire

Harry Potter books are written by an actual practicing witch to indoctrinate our youth.

J.K. Rowling is a witch? I guess, next your going to say that Tolkien is a real hobbit too?

Just ask Walt Disney. His job as a 33rd degree Freemason was to condition American children to embrace occult themes in entertainment.)

You know nothing about Freemansons or Walt Disney.

Lots of reviewers who don't know anything about the occult will assure you that this book is not occult doctrine.

Unlike Harry Potter, there actually are books out there iwht Occult doctrine. Of course you would know that if you actually read any books.

(Of over 5000 reviews, I can't find ONE that states these facts.)

It's because your "facts" are all wrong.

The cover illustration employs overtly satanic symbols include the lightning bolt on his forehead--a Biblical symbol of Satan (who like lightning fell from heaven).

Does that make Lightning McQueen from Cars evil too?

There is also the unicorn--a Biblical symbol of the Antichrist (as all witches know).

Actually a white unicorn was a symbol of Christ. Of course, you would know that if you ever bothered to reaseach into your religion instead of quoting everything your paster tells you.

This book promotes drug use--brews with mind-altering fumes using wormwood which in real life contains a hypnotic drug.

The book itself is fantasy. It doesn't promote drug use any more than The Felloship of The Ring promotes alchohol consumption. People like you need to understand that books and movies are simply entertainment and nothing more and that anyone who does something beacause a character in said book\movie does it, is a moron.

Occult numerology runs throughout the book, including the intentional use of 11, 13 and 33 and numbers that break down into those numbers.

Numbers are not evil. If they were, then why aren't all ll year olds, 13 year olds, and 33 year olds possessed?


The owner of the sorcerer's stone is 666 years old in this book.

You haven't even read any of the books! Flammel was four hundred years old. This proves my earlier statement that you believe everything your told.

Non-magical people are described as boring with pointless lives.

Again, if you read the book you'll find out that not all non-magical people were boring and pointless.

The glory goes to witchcraft--the gateway into hardcore satanism (according to former high ranking satanists and witches like John Todd and William Schnoebelen.)

There are also several former christians who speak out against Christianity.

We need to realize that life is all about a spiritual war and start using better discernment in order not to be manipulated by doctrines of evil.

How can life be about a "spiritual war" when you can't even prove that said "war" exists?

10/8/2009 1:37:54 PM

TheDoc

Cuckoo.

10/8/2009 2:07:28 PM

VioletBeauregarde

Bull-crap! Bull-freakin'-crap! J. K. Rowling said it herself, she is NOT a witch! I've read both the Harry Potter series and a couple of real witchcraft books (Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft by Raymond Buckland and the Wicca Handbook by StarHawk). They are NOTHING alike! John Todd and William Schnoebelen are frauds; they were just trying to make money and their stories have been discredited! Wicca is NOT Satanism...they are not even related!

10/4/2012 3:32:02 PM

Professor von SCIENCE!!!

Ok, J.K. Rowling is not a witch.

Uncle Walt hated the Jews and not the Christian nuts, dumbass.

The 5000 reviews aren't made by crazy people like you so no they don't mention your BS.

Really? Symbols and numbers are your proof? How do you know the Unicorn and the lightning bolts don't represent Zues and Scotland? ... Zues riding a unicorn would be pretty sweet...


1/11/2013 10:14:17 PM



Numerologists are the worst breed of stupid.

3/29/2013 7:31:02 PM

Swede

The HP books were written by a human being, to make money. These books contain references to fictional and real people, places, and phenomenons. None of it is to promote occult belief systems, but to entertain and, again, make money.

Death is feared by the Big Bad, but the Good Guy (I almost wrote Good Gay) says Death is nothing to fear, that's the whole point.

Mr Flamel in the book is 665 years old; he doesn't reach his 666th birthday. The real Nicholas Flamel was born in 1330 and the book was probably finished in 1995 (as it was published in 1997).

Arthur Weasley is simply fascinated by the lives of non-magical people. That's hardly describing them as boring and pointless.

I like the Harry Potter novels. I don't know why, really. I like the process of growing up, of accepting responsibilities, of friendship and respect. I like listening to them, over and over again, read by the distinguished Mr Stephen Fry.

4/4/2013 5:33:18 AM

Liz

If Harry Potter is real, I want a flying broomstick. Also, I want that weed that makes you grow gills and breathe underwater. That would be cool.

4/4/2013 8:25:47 AM

anothga

"The series also features demonic possession, necromancy, ..."

*flips his arms around his head*
WHAT! Demonic possession and necromancy in Harry Potter books? Are you COMPLETELY insane?

4/4/2013 1:47:03 PM

Skeleton

As a demon myself, I can say any interaction between Mrs Rowling and boss was social and not concerning business.

I am of course joking, it's a book for gohtsake.

11/8/2013 5:52:08 PM
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