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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Harry Potter Books teach Witchcraft to Children

Chuck Morse Speaks 

Note: I have changed my mind about most of this at the urging of my daughter who is a fan. Also the late Dr. Sam Blumenfeld pointed out to me that the Harry Potter series was positive if for no other reason than that it kindled an interest on the part of an entire generation in reading.


Harry Potter Books teach Witchcraft to Children
Chuckmorse.com ^ | Nov. 2, 2001 | Chuck Morse 
Posted on Fri Nov 02 2001 14:55:30 GMT-0300 (Atlantic Daylight Time) by Chuckmorse
Harry Potter Books teach Witchcraft to Children
The Harry Potter books are pure unadulterated witchcraft.
While they may be exiting and attractively packaged, the Harry Potter adventure series are, nonetheless, introducing millions of children to the practices and rituals of Wicca.
Equally insidious is the subtle indoctrination, through the Harry Potter series, of paganistic Wicca belief, philosophy, and values.
The books, marketed to impressionable children, pose a long-term threat to Judeo-Christian faith and culture.
The Harry Potter books are virtual manuals for occult practices and beliefs.
Under the guise of innocent fun, children are imitating the words, mannerisms and dress of witches.
In the first book of the series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” the orphaned Harry Potter is taken to “Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry” where he learns how to use witchcraft equipment, work with demon spirits, and use words such as “Azkaban,” “Circe,” “Draco,” “Erised,” “Hermes,” and “Slytherin.”
These are Wicca names for devils and demons.
The arch villain “Voldemort,” is described as “He who must not be named,” the same description Wicca uses for their seventh of seven satanic princes, who represents Christianity.
Harry sports a purple thunderbolt on his forehead, the Wicca symbol for Satan also used by the New Age practicing Nazi SS.
Many Harry Potter devotees, mainly children, are sporting thunderbolt stickers as a way of identifying with Harry Potter, the apprentice wizard who assumes amazing powers.
Harry Potter travels between the magical world and the world of muggles, which is the mundane world of those of us who reject witchcraft.
Harry’s cruel aunt and uncle, portrayed villainously, reject witchcraft.
This view typifies the “New Age” and Wicca outlook, not to mention the aristocratic minded political left, which is that they possess an almost magical knowledge which makes them superior to those who are “less enlightened” and which entitles them to use the levers of power to enforce their ideas for the good of the “less fortunate.”
Judeo-Christian values teach that the individual can overcome evil, both in his own life and in the world, by developing character through hard work, integrity, and courage.
The New Age idea, promoted in Harry Potter, believes that some sort of external and amoral magic is required.
Judeo-Christian faith teaches that G-D created man in his image, not that man would strive to embody godlike powers himself.
Such strivings by man to embrace supernatural powers is no mere childsplay, but underlies every utopian movement in history that has sought to “transform,” to use another Wicca term found in Harry Potter, man into a new being.
This is the philosophy that animated both Nazism and Communism and that animates the satanic Islamic extremism of today.
American public schools are apparently planning to use Harry Potter, which means that public schools will be explicitly endorsing and furthering Wicca, in violation of federal law which bans religion from public schools.
The Bible was banned from public schools in the 1960’s.
Berit Kjos, author of “Brave New Schools,” comments that Harry Potter fits the agenda of the education change-agents as they implement the UNESCO “lifelong learning” program through “Goals 2000.”
“Lifelong learning” states that:
“Everyone - in homes, schools, and workplace – must be mentally prepared to participate in the consensus process.
In the name of unity and community, people of all ages must help form new values, challenge contrary beliefs, report non-compliant friends and relatives, and oppose all other obstacles to compromise, common ground and mental health.”
Harry Potter contributes to this “unity” by advocating the “new values” of the occult.
The muggles, those who maintain “contrary beliefs,” are viewed as “obstacles to compromise, common ground and mental health.”
The young student is taught to “report non-compliant friends and relatives” much as the occult New Age Nazis did to implement their “new values.”
Likewise, the Soviets knew how to handle those who were “obstacles to compromise, common ground and mental health.”
Beret Kjos offers many practical strategies to counter the Harry Potter influence:
KNOW THE TRUE GOD. When children know God, they will recognize the seductive counterfeits.
SHUN OTHER GODS. It’s tempting to believe the beckoning voices that display enticing counterfeits of all God’s wonderful promises.
The power is within you, they say. Don’t listen to the lies.
REMEMBER HISTORY'S LESSONS. The witchcraft and wizardry in Harry Potter books may be fantasy, but they familiarize children with a very real and increasingly popular religion – one that few really understand.
Far removed from the terrors of tribal witchcraft and shamanism, Americans are oblivious to the bondages that normally follow occult favors.
But historical and archeological records have traced the earth-centered myths, practices, and consequences through the millennia.
The human cruelties involved in pagan worship included torture, mutilation and human sacrifice.
Many of these practices continued in parts of the world until the 20th century, when the spread of Christianity with its emphasis on love and the value of life, made most of these cruelties intolerable.
But now the world turns, once again, from God’s truth to the world’s gods and rituals.
SHARE GOD'S LOVE WITH EVERYONE. God's way to multicultural understanding and global unity is essential today.
He cares for people in every culture, longs to set them free, and wants to love them through us.
Harry Potter may conquer evil forces with witchcraft, but in the real spiritual world, no pagan power can counter the frightening consequences of dealing with demons. Only God can.
DON'T APOLOGIZE FOR YOUR FAITH.
REMEMBER THAT GOD IS FAR GREATER!
PRAY. Only God can slow the massive international movement toward conformity to pagan beliefs and values.
In a nation that has traded truth and reality for politically correct tolerance and unity, Christians are called to remain faithful, prayerful and hopeful in Christ, who offers genuine love and unity.
WEAR GOD’S ARMOR--a set of strategic truths that exposes and counters every deception.
Don’t forget that our real enemy is the spiritual hierarchy of occult forces, not globalist educators or well-meaning teachers.
Only God's power and protection will enable our children to resist and triumph.
Chuck Morse www.1stbooks.com/bookview/7510

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