Thursday, September 12, 2013

Harry Potter is Why My Child Summons the Dark Prince....NOT

Does your child read Harry Potter?

At night do they sometimes levitate from their beds? Or during the day do you find yourself giving into your child when you shouldn’t?
Well it is because Harry Potter is the DEVIL! And the spells in Harry Potter come from REAL witchcraft books!

Bwwwaaahhhaaa

Actually I am serious…. Wait…no…I am being a sarcastic bitch and making fun of three teenage exorcists and a HUGE Christian community that seriously believe reading Harry Potter is the gateway to Satanism.

Three girls, ages ranging from 18 to 21, sisters from Arizona Man that place is a cesspool claim to have been performing exorcisms since high school under supervision of their father who also claims to have performed exorcisms.
These girls have travelled to London to stop a major Satanism spree that all began with kids reading the Harry Potter books. They state that the spells in Harry Potter are real witchcraft and that even though Harry uses the magic for good; all magic comes from Satan so it is preaching evil.

”inviting Satan to possess them by reciting the spells in the Harry Potter books."

Since the Harry Potter novels were released there have been tons of people in churches telling their congregations not to read these novels. I had thought this kind of crap had died off in the last five to ten years, I mean Harry Potter just celebrated his 15th anniversary for goodness sakes.

I have read ALL the Harry Potter books and let me tell you from a Witch’s point of view there is NO real magic in these books. Did the author do her research on stones and herbs etc…etc…? Sure, but the incantations, they are MADE UP….I mean I WISH they were not, how cool would it be to fix your glasses with a wave of your wand, ride a broom or change your hair color without a trip to the salon? I mean man I wish I had half of Mrs. Weasley’s household spells alone!

People who buy into the whole Harry Potter is evil obviously haven’t read the books and obviously have no idea what they are talking about. I used to be a HUGE Marauders Era RPGer and Potter fanatic, though of late my fandom has changed to Doctor Who. This is simply a fun magically story about a little boy who grows up too fast, learns hard life lessons, makes friends, fights evil, goes to school and uses magic while he is doing all of it.

Last time I check J.K Rowling wasn’t even pagan. Oh and just so you know… REAL witches are not Christian, they do not believe in Satan, Satan is a Christian concept. Hard to invoke the devil when you don’t believe he exists, but that’s a religious tolerance rant for another day.

I honestly find girls like these and people who talk about Harry Potter like it is this horrible magical entrance to hell, full of shit and mainly looking for money, publicity, infamy and their time in the spot light. What a show they put on, almost makes you want to buy tickets to the ridiculousness.

Throughout the years many books and been linked with evil, magic and the devil, most, if not all, do not. It is just in the imaginations of overzealous religious fanatics. Which makes you wonder? Why do really religious people always have the devil and sex on their minds?

Want examples of other books that have been banned or challenged because of magic and witch craft?

Bony-Legs by Joanna Cole-
This is a children’s book, it is 48 pages long.
When a terrible witch vows to eat her for supper, a little girl escapes with the help of a mirror and comb given to her by the witch's cat and dog.

The Wizard of Oz- Frank L Baum

A Wrinkle in Time- Madeleine L'Engle

The Witches Roald Dahl

Bridge to Terabithia Katherine Paterson

My nine year old has read three (and the first four Harry Potter) of these and I haven’t found her summoning the dark prince, or spitting up pea soup. When will humans stop looking for hidden meanings and evil in everything and just enjoy books for the brilliant content and escape they provide?

Shame on you teen girl exorcists, stop worrying about the devil and go live normal lives.



Link to the story:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/11/teenage-exorcists-harry-potter-london_n_3902265.html

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