Harry Potter and control of children's minds

To understand how important "Harry Potter" is, as part of the government plan to brainwash children, just think about this : an order was issued, around countries controlled by evil, to show in each country in one of the main TV stations, during Christmas 2002, the complete trailer (25 minutes !) for Potter II.
Can you imagine how much this would cost, had this be charged as a normal TV ad ?

As with Potter II, the brainwashing dosis increases, more people start finally to ask some of the questions that they should have asked long ago. They are answered in the article below, which uses the Bible as the reference to illustrate evil vs. Good. In this context (like almost everything in the Bible) there's no contradiction with the natural society values : brainwashing children into hating God and accept the occult, vices and horrible practices is EVIL.
Mat Marriott, December 2002

What You May Not Know About The Real Harry Potter And The Agenda Behind It

The Harry Potter books hit the world -- schools, libraries, and the New York Times best-sellers list -- like a spiritual tidal wave, breaking down barriers to the forbidden dark occult. It has captivated children around the world more than even computer. 100 millions books have been sold in 35 languages with over 680 Potter websites, and Harry Potter clubs all over. Even after the fourth book was out, the discussion shows no sign of abating. This may be more than just a fad. Potter-mania is here to stay! As one who has researched the occult and has experience in dealing with those in the occult over a period of 25 years, I am persuaded that this is not some harmless entertainment, but a real and present danger to our young people. Please lay aside any bias that you might have and hear the powerful evidence. More and more discerning parents are questioning Potter books. This is purely pagan witchcraft repackaged.

Harry Potter, an orphaned boy, was sent to live with his "horrible," anti-witchcraft Uncle and Aunt after his parents (powerful witches) were killed by an even more powerful witch. Harry has Generational Witchcraft in his background, making it very likely that he will be a wizard when he grows up. In the books, “muggles” like his Uncle and Aunt were pictured as cruel and narrow for preventing Potter from learning witchcraft, the readers get a clear impression that parents, teachers must be mean for keeping them from pursuit of the occult. It is almost as if the author anticipated that some readers would develop an interest in witchcraft and is preparing them for rebellion against authorities. Harry finally got freed from his relatives and discovered new friends and an exciting life at the Woghart school of Witchcraft. Witches are depicted as being very smart, very "with it," and of living wonderfully exciting lives. Harry and his colleagues routinely practice sorcery, cast spells, and talk with spirits of the dead.

After much research, I will try to show in this article that the author, J.K. Rowling, is into the occult, that hundreds of kids have already been drawn towards it. I will answer the common excuses and arguments that Potter-defenders use. It will be proven with quotes from the books that Potter is a boy who lies, breaks rules and that these books are anti-parents, etc. For those who are new, Harry Potter is a 13-year-old boy who went to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft to learn the occultic arts and later to fight the evil Voldemort.

Is Rowling an occultist?

I am aware that some Christian websites have been misinformed about an alleged interview of Rowlings in an article "Harry Potter Books Spark Rise In Satanism Among Children" in "The Onion" magazine, during which she allegedly said some "off the wall" things about Jesus and Satan. There was never such an interview.
Rowling revealed for the first time the identities of the people who inspired her characters. Ian Potter, a damp-proofer whose childhood antics have startling similarities to Harry, lived just four doors away from Rowling as she was growing up in the village of Winterbourne, near Bristol. He was Rowling's playmate. Inspiration for Professor Snape, the spine-chilling teacher at Hogwarts School, was drawn from a teacher at Rowling's former school. The character of Ron Weasley, one of Harry's best friends, was based on Rowling's oldest friend, Sean. His full identity remains hidden.

Rowling grew up loving the occult

 Mr. Potter, 43, who lives near Bristol, said: "The girls, including Joanne, used to dress up as witches all the time.” Miss Potter, 32, said: "Ian was the perfect inspiration for the mischief- making wizard character. He was a total nightmare, a real horror.” Miss Potter recalled how Rowling would make potions as part of their fantasy games. "… Joanne would always send us off to get twigs for the potions." Apparently, Ms Rowling knew how to find the books that nurtured her fascination even as a child. Now she, in turn, spreads her love for the occult to children around the world. Interestingly, Rowling says that Halloween is her "very favorite" time of the year. This is one of the clearest indications that she is deep into the occult. It is the #1 most holy day in the occult calendar.

Children are drawn towards the Occults after reading Potter

 "I was eager to get to Hogwarts first because I like what they learned there and I want to be a witch." Gioia Bishop, age 10. The Pagan Federation has appointed a youth officer to deal with a flood of inquiries on how to become a witch (average 100 a month!) following the success of the Potter books. The federation says the Potter books, and TV shows such as Sabrina The Teenage Witch and Buffy The Vampire Slayer, had probably sparked the new flood of interest." In an interview with Newsweek's Malcolm Jones, Rowlings said, "I get letters from children addressed to Professor Dumbledore [headmaster at Hogwarts School], and it's not a joke, begging to be let into Hogwarts, and some of them are really sad. Because they want it to be true so badly they've convinced themselves it's true." Harry Potter is playing the part of Pied Piper, leading children to their eternal doom.

Potter may help usher a generation to accept the Mark of the Anti-Christ

 In fact, Potter in the book got a supernatural birthmark on his forehead! In Chapter Two, entitled "The Scar," we learn that the official name for the lightning bolt permanently etched into Harry's forehead, right between his eyes, is a "curse scar" [p. 21]. One big concern we have with Potter is that it encourages youngsters to want to copy Harry to have a scar painted between their eyes, just as we saw during the hyped buildup preceding the release of this fourth book. Someday, a spiritual superman is going to arise, and will soon demand that these kids take the ultimate Curse Mark, his Mark of the Beast. (Revelation 13:13-16). You can spot some of the fans by the purple thunderbolt stickers on their foreheads. This mark bonds them to Harry. Satanism is full of lightening bolts, even to the point of being used by Hitler's SS. Dr. Cathy Burns reports in her book, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, that the lightning bolt is also known within witchcraft as the "Satanic S"; she then lists the Satanic took groups using this lightning bolt: KISS [Knights In Satan's Service]; Black Sabbath; AD-DC . . . The sign represents the power of Lucifer falling to earth from grace as a lightning bolt. Satanist vows that, at the Battle of Armageddon, Lucifer/Satan and his forces will reverse this earlier defeat as they annihilate and His saints, When people by the hundreds of millions take this Mark of the Beast, how many of them will have been preconditioned to accept such a mark in such a place on their body because of Harry Potter?
It was Lenin who said, "Give me one generation of youth, and I will transform the entire world." Now an entire generation of youth has been given to a woman named Rowling and her books. In order to succeed in bringing witchcraft to the world and thus complete satanic control, an entire generation would have been taught to think, talk, dress, and act like witches. Rev. 18:2, 23 desribe our future world as one filled with witchcraft and demonism.


Excuse #1 - Potter is just a fantasy book! We were raised on scary tales. If we tell our kids they are not real, it can't hurt.
 Some compare the Potter series with C.S. Lewis's Narnia Chronicles. But is Lewis the standard? At least he did not endorse the Occult. In Lewis, use of magic is always seen as rebellion, unless it is the power wielded by Aslan, the Christ figure of Narnia "Good stories capture the heart, mind, and imagination and are an important way to transmit values," writes Louise Derman-Sparks in Anti-Bias Curriculum: Tools for Empowering Young Children, which is full of strategies for eroding traditional values and teaching new spirituality. "Many delight in identifying with the 'good' wizards and sometimes even with the obviously evil wizards. They build memories based on felt experiences in an occult virtual reality, and they are desensitized to the danger," according to writer Berit Kjos. Our children are surrounded by peers who are fascinated by the dark art and would love to share their discoveries. Youth involvement in the occult is a reality! Once I talked to a sincere Christian parent who did not see problems with Potter. I found out that she does not believe in the reality of witchcraft or even the devil. Rowling created a captivating world where strength, wisdom, love, all the good gifts God promises those who believe Him are now offered to those who get into the occult. I once helped a woman who had demons speaking through her vocal cords, promising her power to tell the future & make much money if she would just follow Satan. Thankfully, she got saved & is today in seminary.
"We know the difference between reality and fantasy," some will argue. It doesn't matter. Adults and children alike absorb values through the subtle suggestions hidden in entertainment. And the more we like it, the more it affects us. Would it be okay to let your children read a fantasy pornographic book? Why not? It’s mere fantasy! Have you not heard of the power of suggestion? Rowling's suggestions include: There is a difference between fantasy and the occult. Fantasy can be used in a way that totally leaves out references to the occult. But this is not what happens in this book. "The world of imagination and fantasy can help pass on to the child cultural and social messages [and] function as a way to experience vicariously things an individual could not do first-hand." Aminadav, C., International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health (April-June 1995)
Excuse #2 - Potter is a good, hard-working example to kids!
Let's get actual quotes from the 4 books and see if this holds up water.
Disobedience and Deception- Harry lies and disobeys fairly often with no remorse. He is only concerned with the consequences that might affect him, such as when he "blows up" Aunt Marge, a malicious act on his part. "She deserved it," says Harry. What is disturbing is that these acts often go unpunished. Often the adults in a position of authority go along with this, or even participate themselves. In The Sorcerer's Stone, Harry disregards his teacher's order and is later honored for it! He lies on the run from his attack on Aunt Marge (p. 34), to Prof. Lupin (p. 155), He suggests that Hermione lie. Fred and George Weasley disobey their father and gamble, betting on the outcome of the game. However, does Mr. Weasley punish them? No, instead he instructs them to hide the gambling from their mother, (p. 117) The fundamental occult philosophy that the "Ends Justify The Means" permeates the books. To achieve a goal deemed good, Harry and his friends consistently break rules, steal, and use Witchcraft against others.

Hatred -- "A hatred such as he had never known before was coursing through Harry like poison" (HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN p. 213). Anger and hatred permeate the books, prompting such actions as plotting revenge. “I hate them both,” said Harry, [p. 196] This attitude is too common in the books. "A boiling hate erupted in Harry's chest… he wanted ... to attack ... to kill." [P. 339]

No Absolute Standard of Good or Evil -- Professor Quirrell told Harry, "There is no good or evil, there is only power, and those too weak to seek it." [P. 291] This is standard Witchcraft.

Excuse #3 - That's better than kids not reading books!
Would you give a drink made of 98% milk mixed in 2% arsenic to your kids? Why not? It is better than not drinking milk! In this case, the Potter drink is 98% witchcraft & occult poison.
Excuse #4 - But most kids love Potter!
I asked one elementary child what he thinks of Potter. He replied, "He is cool!" I asked, "Is he an good example?" "Yeah." Tell me how he's a good example." He scratched his head. Yale Prof. Harold Bloom says it's horribly written and says kids are better off not reading at all than reading Potter. (US N & WR)
Excuse #5 - The books teach good versus evil, that good will triumph!
Shockingly, Chuck Colson of Watergate fame defends Potter by telling Christian parents that the magic in Harry Potter books is the "good" magic. It is purely mechanical, as opposed to occultist. That is, Harry and his friends cast spells, read crystal balls but they don't make contact with a supernatural world." Pastor David J. Meyer, a former witch, said, "I have been studying the occult (both White and Black Magic) for 16 years. Harry Potter is not a story of good versus evil; it is a story of White Magic Witchcraft versus Black Magic Witchcraft.” Famous Satanist Anton LaVey called this differentiation nonsense. "White magic is supposedly utilized only for good or unselfish purposes, and black magic, we are told, is used only for selfish or 'evil' reasons. Satanism draws no such dividing line. Magic is magic, be it used to help or hinder." [The Satanic Bible, Page 51]. In the books, Harry and his friends are the White Magic wizards fighting Voldemort, the Lord of Darkness. Both are wizards, drawing their power from the same source! From 1983-87, Masters of the Universe was the most powerful license ever in the history of Toy Retailing. In the accompanying cartoon series, He-Man was the White Magic Witch, doing battle with Skeletor, the Black Magic Witch.
Excuse #6 - But some Christian groups like Focus On the Family endorsed the books.
Perhaps they have not read through the books, but have taken the word of a staff. Is a fallible writer our standard in determining right or wrong? Family Life and others disapprove these books. We shall apply the Biblical acid test and see if Potter will pass. On Judgment Day, Jesus Christ may not tolerate any such suggestion that it is all right to teach our children Black Magic Witchcraft because it is a "literary device". "Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience." [Ephesians 5:6] Christianity Today says that Potter is equivalent to a "Book of Virtues", citing the values of compassion, loyalty, courage, friendship as being taught. One cannot argue that the witchcraft of Potter is harmless because it teaches these values. You might as well argue that it is all right to feed your child cheese and ham wrapped in a poisonous bun! The cheese and ham will not kill your child, but the poisonous bun certainly will. Conversely, the virtues will not spiritually kill your child, but the witchcraft will! "There shall not be found among you any one that ... useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD..." [Deuteronomy 18:10-12] How can you glamorize witchcraft and call it biblical?

 "Abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good." Romans 12:9, "Abstain from all appearance of evil." - I Thessalonians 5:22

Potter endorses vices and horrible practices

 Drug use
In HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER'S STONE, since Drug Use is essential in achieving higher consciousness, Harry and his friends learned to create drugs! Listen to Professor Snape explain: "I don't think you will really understand the beauty of the softly simmering cauldron with its shimmering fumes, the delicate power of liquids that creep through human veins, bewitching the mind, ensnaring the senses, I can teach you how to bottle fame, brew glory, even stopper death . . . What would I get if I added powered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood?" [P. 137] The plant, wormwood, contains thujone, an hypnotic drug, banned by the FDA since 1915 [Christian News, "Latest Potter Book Meets Cautionary Response From Christians, July 17, 2000] ; further, wormwood is used to make Absinthe, a hallucinogenic liquor. Further, look at the accurate description such drugs have on the senses: "creep through human veins" ... "bewitching the mind" ... "ensnaring the senses".

At the end of the book, we see another instance of drug glorification. In order to achieve their goal of the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry and Hermione have to correctly choose between several bottles full of drug potions, which they are to correctly drink in the right order. The drug message in this book is clear. To reach your goals in life like Potter, you need to know how to make drugs and take drugs in just the right way or else you are a 'dunderhead'.

 Drinking blood
“…The cloaked figure reached the unicorn, lowered its head over the wound in the animal's side, and began to drink its blood. “Drinking blood is forbidden in Scripture [Genesis 9:4-5] but practiced regularly in Satanism. Casting Spells -- God forbids this practice in Isaiah 8:19, "And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God?" Witches that cast spells "peep" and "mutter" their incantations. In many spells, a witch will draw a circle on the floor and then will step inside to draw either a hexagram or a pentagram. Once the circle is thus prepared, the witch and the coven present will get inside the circle to get ready for the demon to be summoned.

Death glorified - Headmaster Dumbledore; "To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure." The most alarming area Rowling continues to explore is that of death. Death has played a prominent role in all the Potter books beginning with the horrible deaths of Harry's family.

Occult symbolism used
God warns, "Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! [Isaiah 5:20] We shall have to be on the lookout for the further development of Voldemort in later novels, but the stage seems to be set for Lord Voldemort to be revealed as the terrible God of the Christian and Jewish Bibles. Suggesting That the World Is Full of Witches Rowling wrote: "It was only just dawning on Harry how many witches and wizards there must be in the world." [p. 81]. Again, the subtle suggestion that this is normal!


To make a Restorative Potion, humans are cut up, and stewed! These sincere Christian Potter-defenders either have never read the books or they think cutting up people is okay so long it is fantasy.

 In all the books, witches and warlocks are conjuring up spells in order to get revenge on an enemy or to play a trick on someone. In fact, students casting spells upon other students have gotten so bad that Hogwart's School issued a proclamation forbidding such practices. In Potter's White Magic, we now see human sacrifice occurring, even though White Magic practitioners -- like Wiccans -- would protest mightily that they do NOT practice human sacrifice. But this type of human sacrifice is actually needed in some types of spells. A former Black Magic Satanist has written: "The flying potions main ingredient is the fat from a sacrificed unbaptised male child below a certain age."

 For whosoever shall commit any of these abominations, even the souls that commit them shall be cut off [executed] from among their people. Therefore shall ye keep mine ordinance, that ye commit not any one of these abominable customs, which were committed before you, and that ye defile not yourselves therein: I am the LORD your God." [Leviticus 18:25-30]

 "When thou art come into the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations." [Deuteronomy 18:9] Kids are learning these pagan practices from Potter! Every one of the most pro-Potter websites has admitted that Harry Potter is filled to the full with Witchcraft…. If you consider yourself a Christian who loves God & His word, you would be willing to give up reading Harry Potter or resist the temptation to see the Potter movie. Books definitely not for young children. Rowling incorporates graphic depictions, including a professor whose leg is mangled by a three-headed dog. While the books are basically aimed at elementary-aged children, it might be too scary for some. Pastor David J. Meyer is a former witch "I have examined the works of Rowling and that the Harry Potter books are training manuals for the occult. Untold millions of young people are being taught to think, speak, dress and act like witches by filling their heads with the contents of these books. How serious is this? By reading these materials, many millions of young people are learning how to work with demon spirits.

On July 8 at midnight, bookstores everywhere were stormed by millions obtain the fourth book known as "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire." These books were taken into homes everywhere with a real evil spirit following each copy to curse those homes. July 8th was also the 18th day (three six5es in numerology) from the witches' sabat of midsummer. What would the faithful Christians do with a Potter book in Acts 19:18-20: "And many that believed came, and confessed, and shewed their deeds. Many of them also which used curious arts brought their books together and burned them before all men: and they counted the price of them, and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver. So mightily grew the Word of God and prevailed." As parents, we will answer to God if we allow our children to read witchcraft books.

Harry Potter and Dungeons & Dragons

 Both immerse their fans in a well-developed fantasy world, replete with wizards, spells. Some of you may recall a number of youth who committed suicide after playing with D & D a role-playing adventure game. Fantasy Games Can't be Harmful?

Magic List of Books a First-Year Student Hogwart School will have to read

Rowling has said her future books will get darker. The evil that Rowling portrays is both dark and scary. Does Harry Potter pass the test of Phil. 4:8? "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things." [Philippians 4:8] If God has not allowed any one any age to saturate their minds with Satanism, how could parents allow it? I have been unable to find any mention by Rowling to religion or faith in Jesus Christ.

 "Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. . . ." [Matthew 7:16-20]

 Harry Potter is without question a tree of Bad Fruit. Why do some recommend the bad fruit of the Harry Potter tree? Rowling is appealing to the most powerful brain function children have-imagination. Through her creative use of words and her delightful storytelling style, she is making witchcraft and magic attractive.

Occult Numbers Used In Story Plot

Notice date they select the movie to be out is Nov. 16. The way occult numerologists count is by adding 1 + 1 + 1 + 6 = 9; 9 is a very sacred and powerful number, the upside down of another occult number 6. Harry is aged 13 in this book; thirteen is Satan's number of rebellion. Harry was admitted to Hogwarts School on his 11th birthday. Harry is assigned room number 11 in the Leaky Cauldron. 11 is sacred to the occultist. "... Eleven is the essence of all that is sinful, a symbol of destruction, death." [The Occult Power of Numbers, p. 100-101]¨. Perhaps coincidentally, the terrorist act was on Sept. 11, 9 + 1 + 1 = 11.

 Jesus said, "You cannot drink the Lord's table and the demon's table. Shall we thus provoke the Lord to jealousy and anger and indignation?" [1 Corinthians 10:21-22] God said, "And be not be conformed to this world…" [Romans 12:2]

Potter, Pokemon, and many other role-playing fantasy games are dangerous and often lead to a deeper curiosity and fascination with the occult. Parents, teachers, take charge! Do not be over-confident. Speak the truth in love. Help me reproduce this in its entirety and distribute/ e-mail this vital, timely message out to the young & the old!


Watchman123, 2001

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