Harry Potter is Evil

... the sin of witchcraft...” —1st Samuel 15:23


“That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness” —2nd Thessalonians 2:12

Read what the witches have to say for themselves at http://www.witchcraft.org/books/KateWest.htm (below is a short paragraph from the above website link).

"Harry Potter, Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed.  It seems we cant get enough of all things magical or 'witchy' at the moment. The result of all this interest is that Wicca has become the fastest growing religion in the UK. Wicca is a nature-based spiritual path that celebrates the feminine, follows the changing seasons of the year and is rich with magic and enchantment. But is it all spells and hocus pocus?

Kate West's grounded introduction to the Craft separates the Hollywood myth from the everyday reality, with all the practical advice you need to follow the Wiccan way. There are many coffee-table pretenders around, but Kate West is the real thing. Her Witchcraft is about passion, not fashion! She explores the myths that surround Witchcraft, its festivals, beliefs, practices and folklore. She explains the responsibilities of becoming a Witch and provides plenty of magical and herbal spells you can work with - from charms to help you attract your ideal partner to healing potions for natural beauty to affirmations that will help you find empowerment. Witchcraft can help you to become personally fulfilled as it teaches you take control of yourself and your life. Whether you want to join a group or a work alone, this is a great guide to Wicca."

Christianity Today Magazine likes Harry Potters (recommends parents read witchcraft books to children!)

But God Says...

“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.” —Ephesians 5:11

Maybe someone needs to hand a USA Today newspaper to the people over at Christianity Today...

He’s a charmer, that Harry Potter. The adolescent hero of J. K. Rowling’s series rides a broom, owns an invisibility cloak and magic wand, and has cast a spell over young readers the world over. He has modern-day witches enchanted too. "For once, the witches aren’t ugly old hags," said Michael Darnell, 39, a computer programmer from Winnipeg, Canada, who has been a practicing witch for over twenty-five years. "For once they’re the protagonists rather than the villains."

USA Today, May 30, 2000

Witches have good reason to be excited about Harry Potter. The book series is giving the "craft" a huge boost. No wonder that when interviewed by USA Today, a warlock endorsed Harry Potter and bubbled with excitement at the series’ wide acceptance by the mainstream.

Witches have good reason to be excited about Harry Potter. The book series is giving the "craft" a huge boost. No wonder that when interviewed by USA Today, a warlock endorsed Harry Potter and bubbled with excitement at the series’ wide acceptance by the mainstream.

He’s a charmer, that Harry Potter. The adolescent hero of J. K. Rowling’s series rides a broom, owns an invisibility cloak and magic wand, and has cast a spell over young readers the world over. He has modern-day witches enchanted too. "For once, the witches aren’t ugly old hags," said Michael Darnell, 39, a computer programmer from Winnipeg, Canada, who has been a practicing witch for over twenty-five years. "For once they’re the protagonists rather than the villains."

USA Today, May 30, 2000

Official Harry Potter Hogwart's School of Witchcraft Logo

Children can actually enroll into the Hogwart's School of Witchcraft.

Here's another Hogwart's Witchcraft school where children are taught divination, Harry Potter spells, charms, and potions.  This site is maintained by a 15-year old Canadian girl (just one of millions of young Satanist's being groomed to prepare the stage for the coming antichrist).

Harry Potter Spells

Lest you think that there is no harm in Harry Potter's witchcraft, consider that there are numerous charms and spells that appear in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.

Some of them are:

Accio which is the Latin word meaning ‘to summon’. It is used to make the objects fly straight to the spell caster.

Aquamenti can cause a jet of water to sprout from the terminal of the spell caster’s wand. The speed of the water can be controlled. Harry used this spell to refill a small goblet in the Horcrux cave and a short time later he and Hagrid used it to douse the flames of Hagrid’s hut when it was set on fire.

Alohomora is formed of two words. In Hawaiian language ‘Aloha’ means ‘hello or farewell’ while ‘mora’ in Latin means ‘obstacle’. Harry used this spell to open the locks of doors and windows. Though this spell could not work on magically locked doors, it could open the "Colloportus."

Anapneo is a Greek word which means ‘to breathe’. This spell clears the airways of a person who is under the spell. It allows him to breathe easily and properly. Horace Slughorn cast this spell on Marcuss Belby when he by chance swallowed a large mouthful of pheasant.

Then there was an anti-cheating spell which the teachers at Hogwarts used on quills or exams to prevent the students from cheating.

Anti-Disapparation Jinx
This is the jinx which once cast on a person prevents him disapparating. Dumbledore used this jinx to bind the Death Eaters in the Death Chamber at the Ministry of Magic.

Anti-Intruder Jinx
This spell can repel the intruders. These spells were cast on the Hogwarts walls for the 1996-97 school year to secure the students from Voldermort when he returned.

Apparate is a Latin word for ‘becoming visible’. This spell enables the spell caster to appear at once at a given place and time. This spell is used to in association with Disapparate. The spell caster must disapparate from one location in order to apparate at another.

Avis is a Latin word for ‘bird’. This spell can conjure up a flock of birds.

Avada Kedavra
Avada Kedavra is a corrupted form of abracadabra which is the incantation used by the magicians. It was worn as an amulet in ancient times to drive away the evil spirits which caused fevers and inflammations. The word may have originated either from the Arabic term “abra kadabra” which means that may the evil things be destroyed, or, from the Aramaic term “abhadda kedhabhra” which means that the disease may disappear with these words.

The spell Avada Kedavra requires strong magic to work, but when the spell is cast effectively it can kill instantaneously producing a blinding flash of green light while leaving no mark on the victim’s body. The killing curse is so strong that there is no way to block it. The only people who could survive the influence of the curse were Harry Potter and Tom Riddle. Avada Kedavra is one of the three most unforgivable curses and those who use this curse against other human beings are punished by a life time imprisonment in Azkaban.

Bat-Bogey Hex
The Bat-Bogey Hex can cause the bogies to grow like bats and attack the victim. Ginny casts this spell on Draco Malfoy in Order of the Phoenix.

Blasting Charm
This charm was successfully used by Alberta Toothill in the year 1430 All England Dueling Competition to defeat the favorite Samson Wiblin.

Bubblehead Charm
This spell was used to create a bubble of air around the spell caster’s head. This spell was often used to enable the spell caster to breathe under the water.

Backfiring Jinx
Casting backfiring jinx in the London district of Elephant and Castle was considered a serious crime punishable by calling up the Magical Law Enforcement Squad.
Babbling Curse
The babbling curse makes the victim to babble nonsense. Lockhart cured someone of this curse while he was on his travels.

The Bible teaches that Christians are supposed to live upon the PROMISES of God. There are 7,000 promises from God in the Bible. Witchcraft seeks to invoke Satan's power through all sorts of potions, enchantments, curses, charms, spells, et cetera. However, the Christian's power rests in the PROMISES of God, clearly taught in 2nd Peter 1:4, “Whereby are given unto us exceeding GREAT AND PRECIOUS PROMISES: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.”

Wiccan witches, as do occultists and Satanists, reject the Bible. Isn't it interesting that Satanists never expose witches, and witches never expose Satanists; but they all attack Christianity. Skeptics and atheists never attack Buddha, nor Muhammad, nor Hinduism; but they all attack Christianity and Jesus Christ.

Witchcraft is of the Devil, for that is the only spiritual power available in this world other than the Holy Spirit of God. Any spirit that is not the Holy Spirit is a familiar spirit (a demon). There is MUCH talk on T.V. these days about spiritual matters; but few of them quote any Scriptures, and if they do it's a misquote. When anyone, like Oprah Winfrey, teaches about spiritual matters and they don't quote any Scriptures, run away! A sure sign of demonic spirits is when people talk about being spiritual without mentioning the Word of God. The Holy Spirit ALWAYS works through and in accordance with the Bible, God's Word.

If you want to be safe in all matters of faith and spirituality, SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES! (John 5:39). Jesus told the Sadducees in Matthew 22:29, “Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God.” Believers who see no harm in Harry Potter DO ERR, NOT KNOWING THE SCRIPTURES! 1st Samuel 15:23 plainly teaches that witchcraft is a sin, equated with the sin of rebellion.


Harry Potter: The Witch's View

Satan's Bid For Your Child!

“Harry in an absolute godsend to our cause,” said High Priest “Egan” of the First Church of Satan in Salem, MA. “An organization like ours thrives on new blood - no pun intended - and we've had more applicants than we can handle lately."


Witchcraft Repackaged...

-Links to Articles Exposing the Evils of Harry Potter-

Harry Potter 'occult' warning (News Report from the BBC).

School bans Harry Potter. (News Report from the BBC).

Buffy Draws Children to Witchcraft. (News Report from the BBC).

Harry Potter, Sorcery and Fantasy.
Harry Potter, Sorcery and Fantasy (Book 1)

Harry Potter: A Journey to Power.
Harry Potter: A Journey to Power, Books 2, 3, & 4, (Page 1 of 4)

Harry Potter? What Does God Have To Say?

The Harry Potter Books and Christians.
Is “Harry Potter” Harmless?

Harry Potter. Many articles on Harry Potter.


By Ray Novosel

The truth of the Satanic nature of the Harry Potter series can be easily seen by anyone who is reasonably familiar with basic occult principles.  In these books, we see standard Judeo-Masonic beliefs and practices being openly taught to children.  The author, J.K. Rowling, has publicly stated that she intended for her Harry Potter books to be read by children approximately 10 years and up. Yet the books are wildly popular amongst children as young as age 5 - and perhaps even younger.  For five years the author worked on the first book as she plotted out the entire seven-novel series, one for each year of Harry's education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

We indeed see standard Witchcraft philosophies and world views espoused, together with occult beliefs about death and reincarnation, including the current "morality" teaching that there is no absolute right or wrong, that the "ends justify the means" - teachings straight from the pages of the Babylonian Talmud.

But as wild as children seem to be about Harry, no one is happier about the phenomenon than the old-school Satanists, who were struggling to recruit new members prior to the publication of the first Potter book in 1997.  “Harry in an absolute godsend to our cause,” said High Priest “Egan” of the First Church of Satan in Salem, MA.  “An organization like ours thrives on new blood - no pun intended - and we've had more applicants than we can handle lately."  In 1995, it was estimated that some 100,000 Americans, mostly adults, were involved in devil-worship of some sort. Today, more than 14 million children alone belong to the Church of Satan, thanks largely to the unassuming boy wizard from 4 Privet Drive.  Yes, the numbers ARE horrific, but the total sales of Harry Potter books, plus the natural hand-me-down factor where many people read a book that has already been purchased, easily equals or exceeds this staggering figure of 14 million.

But, most horribly, we see depictions of Satanism that are truly the end of this age.  We notice the evil Voldemort drinking the blood of the Unicorn.  Not only is drinking of blood forbidden in Scripture, but Satanists do it consistently.  Further, this drinking of the blood of the unicorn, (a symbol of the New Age Movement) delivers a very strong message as to how people will relate to and ultimately accept the machinations of the coming Antichrist.

The “Sorcerer's Stone" is also called the "Philosopher's Stone", and is purely Cabbalistic in nature.  Rosicrucianism as an example, teaches that an Initiate will pass through five stages to become the highest Adept possible, to be most proficient in exercising the power of Satanism.  They call this process the "Five Stages In The Transmutation of the Soul.”  The final stage is depicted by the Phoenix Bird; the Adept is then said to have achieved the "Sorcerer's Stone."  Thus, the fact that the term "Sorcerer's Stone" is the main title of the fifth book in this series, (and now a highly acclaimed movie) suggests that the ultimate goal of all students at Hogwarts is to achieve the holy Grail of the Sorcerer's Stone.

Alchemy, as it emerged in the middle ages, had its origins in the Hermetic sciences that stemmed from the esoteric wisdom of ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptian name for their land was Kemet, from which we get the words Chemistry and Alchemy. In Alchemy the sun and the moon expressed archetypal principles, which, when united, symbolized the harmonious relationship between the masculine and feminine elements. This is represented by the HEXAGRAM. Alchemy has long been an Illuminist obsession, however most people think of Alchemy as being the effort to change base metals into precious metals, including gold.  Certainly, this is part of alchemy, but on a non-spiritual and purely physical level. The ultimate goal of the Alchemist however, is to achieve eternal life through self-transformation. Therefore, we find it highly interesting that Headmaster Dumbledore is considered "the greatest wizard of modern times.” Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the dark wizard Grindelwald in 1945, for the discovery of the twelve uses of the dragon's blood and his work on alchemy.

The book “The Sorcerer's Stone,” is the final stage in the occult drive to achieve eternal life. In this volume, the ancient study of alchemy is concerned with making the Sorcerer's Stone, a legendary substance with astonishing powers. The stone will transform any metal into pure gold. It also produces the Elixir of Life, which will make the drinker immortal. It’s also very interesting that Rowling has made the creator of the Sorcerer's Stone 666 years old? As we have seen many times in this study, 666 is synonymous with antichrist and his Mark. [Revelation 13:18] And since Rowling ties this number to the Elixir of Life, Harry Potter is clearly teaching children that the way to achieve eternal life is to obey the antichrist and take his Mark.

Here we include an interesting and revealing extract from respected New Age Guru, Kris Sherwood’s non-fiction work called: “The Philosophers Stone”:

“The Philosopher’s Stone is an ancient symbol that originates in the roots of Hermetic philosophy and the alchemical arts. It is a metaphorical symbol of ultimate accomplishment. It represents the reward to the quest for a ‘higher purpose’; an allegorical concept of refinement of an element to its perfection. And as such, to the medieval alchemist it was the catalyst in the long sought after magical process that could transmute lead into gold, and its resultant reward: The Philosopher’s Stone.  In a spiritual sense, attaining The Philosopher’s Stone is a metaphor for ones’ personal evolution toward perfection of the soul. It is the prize for achieving spiritual enlightenment. It’s the ‘coming forth as gold’; the ’pearl of great price’; being one with Cosmic Consciousness; having undeniable personal experience of God. 

A graphic image found in alchemical manuscripts of the Philosopher’s Stone is that of a six-pointed star which In 1997, breathtakingly presented (as a perfectly formed crop-circle) at the foot of Silbury Hill (Fig. 1). It was the magnificent ‘Fractal Star of David’ A glorious confirmation of our collective move toward higher consciousness. The ‘Snowflake’ formations not only looked remarkably like the grid of lines forming the alignment of the GaiaMind astrological chart posted on my wall: they also contained the multiple and ancient symbolic references and meanings of the six-pointed star/hexagram, including: the two opposing overlayed triangles that are the archetypal representation of the ‘sacred union’ of male and female principles, the heiros gamos, the ‘chalice and the blade’; to alchemists fire and water; also the Yin/Yang; the spinning double tetrahedra of the known symbol of the Creator.”

“This Star is the symbol of the perfect life, the perfect balance, of the Christ-man. The six-pointed star is the Star of Bethlehem, which again means the Star of the Son of man.” GaiaMind

The official definition from the “Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.” 

Stone of the Philosophers: “A symbol of true spiritual attainment and illumination. The search for the Philosopher’s Stone is the search for ultimate truth and purity. The transmutation of humanity’s lower nature into the Higher Self.” 

In the “Key to the Gnosis” by Nick Sandberg, we have yet another explanation of the Philosophers Stone as something truly desirable in man’s search for the ultimate “enlightenment”

“The ancient science of alchemy purports to relate the process by which an individual may acquire the ultimate "Elixir of Life" - a magical potion believed to confer on the user both access to super consciousness and, eventually, physical immortality. This Elixir, flows from the Philosopher's Stone, once the former has been confected by means of an elaborate and highly mystical process. An increasingly open secret amongst those who still interest themselves in this ancient art is that the processes described are largely metaphorical. All of initial elements that need to be gathered together - the various implements and reagents - are in fact esoteric disciplines that the initiate must undertake in order that he prepare his body to produce the fabled Elixir.” END


... the sin of witchcraft...” —1st Samuel 15:23

“Ye have wearied the LORD with your words. Yet ye say, Wherein have we wearied him? When ye say, Every one that doeth evil is good in the sight of the LORD...” —Malachi 2:17

Harry Potter's witchcraft is Evil to the core! Don't upset God by saying it's not.

"And I will punish the world for their evil, and the wicked for their iniquity; and I will cause the arrogancy of the proud to cease, and will lay low the haughtiness of the terrible." —Isaiah 13:11


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