Harry Potter... The New World Order of Satanists!!!!
Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 10:50 am
I'm in stitches and i haven't actually read the lot. It was posted on a forum whilst talking about harry potter.... i read the 1st bit and got sick of it saying satanists do spells lols ... thought I'd post it up for you to read
Ok, after doing some research, I found this:
Which states:Title: HARRY POTTER AUTHOR USES IMAGERY FROM THE MOST IMPORTANT ALCHEMY BOOK IN EXISTENCE, A BOOK WRITTEN IN 1459!
Subtitle: Rowling uses same imagery in her Harry Potter books as was contained in the Alchemy book, "The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosendreutz", written in 1459. Using such an obscure book, known only to the occult initiated, is one more strong indication Rowling does practice Witchcraft.
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We have stated repeatedly that the author of the Harry Potter books knows her Satanism quite well. We have repeatedly pointed out where the events and the scenes in her books are pure Satanism; in fact, they are correct Satanism. She paints a perfectly correct picture in her books of aspects of Satanism, she gets the spells right, she gets the ingredients right, she understands the importance of drugs, and so on and so forth.
In NEWS1485, we show you that Rowling uses the precise vivid colors that are sacred to the Druid religion and to the Zodiac. We quoted former Satanist -- now Born Again -- author, Cisco Wheeler, as she stated that these sacred colors are used in Ritual Magick When a child allows themselves to be caught up in childlike enthusiasm for the storyline generally, and the vivid colors specifically, they set themselves up for suddenly being contacted by a Spirit Guide one day! Rowling uses these vivid colors right well!
Likewise, Rowling seems to draw her inspiration for several other unique aspects of her novels from a very old, and very obscure, Luciferian book entitled, The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosendreutz , written originally in 1459 and translated into English in 1690. This book is the key foundational legend for the Luciferian secret society, the Rosicrucians. Listen to a Rosicrucian explain the key importance of this book to the practicing occultist.
"The 'Chemical Wedding' is one of the archetypal symbols of the Alchemical transformation. There is much work about this subject by many later mystics and authors. Manly Hall devoted an entire chapter
to this book in 'Secret Teachings of All Ages' ... The 'Chemical Wedding/Marriage' is the basis for initiation rituals created by the Rosicrucians. It represents the union of the person, the spirit and society." [Philosophical Research Society, Publications Department]
Wonderful! This book is the basis for initiation rituals for the Rosicrucians. Once again, Rowling's true nature is demonstrated for all to see. Despite her repeated denials that she is actively involved in Witchcraft, we see that, in addition to displaying detailed and intimate knowledge of Satanism, she now is demonstrating intimate knowledge of a very old, very obscure book that is used as the basis of initiating people into Rosicrucianism.
Before we get into the details of this story, let us examine what Alchemy is, and why it is important to the practicing Satanist. The New Age Dictionary defines Alchemy as a "quest for the secrets of life by the transmutation of base metals into gold in the West; by discovering the Elixir of Life in the East."
In the book entitled, "The Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians", written in 1949 under a pseudonym, the author reveals that the primary purpose of Alchemy is not to get rich by discovering how to change lead into gold; rather, the primary purpose is mental and spiritual. He uses the terms "Mental Alchemy" and "Spiritual Alchemy" [The Secret Doctrine of Rosicrucians , Page 20]
This author also states that alchemical references to "sulphur", "mercury", and "other chemical elements" leads one to the search for the Philosopher's Stone [Page 16], which is also known as the Sorcerer's Stone. This latter revelation is exceedingly important, because Rowling's second book was called "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". In this book, a quest is begun to discover the Sorcerer's Stone, out of which comes the "Elixir of Life". In Chapter 13 of the Potter book, "Sorcerer's Stone", we learn that Professor Dumbledore -- Headmaster of Hogwart's School of Wizardry and Witchcraft -- had a long term relationship with another sorcerer, Nicolas Flamel, who had perfected the Elixir of Life through the process of Alchemy [Sorcerer's Stone, Page 219]. Thus, Flamel had achieved the Sorcerer's Stone, and is depicted as having original possession of it Then, in the next few paragraphs, we learn that this Sorcerer's Stone possessed by Flamel produced the Elixir of Life, the drinking of which would "make the drinker immortal" [The Sorcerer's Stone , Page 220].
Finally, we learn that Flamel was 666 years old when he achieved the Sorcerer's Stone and had first partaken of the Elixir of Life! [Ibid.] Thus, Rowling correctly ties in the number of Antichrist with Alchemy and its pursuit of occult eternal life, a very strong indication that she is a practitioner of the Luciferian arts.
Now, let us see what types of things Rowling included in her Harry Potter novels that come straight out of this most obscure Rosicrucian book, The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosendreutz.
1. Pictures on the wall that move as if they are alive
Harry Potter books -- in all Potter books -- the portraits hanging on the walls move as if they are alive. "He was too sleepy even to be surprised that the people in the portraits along the corridors whispered and pointed as they passed ..." [The Sorcerer's Stone , p. 128]
"The castle was quiet ... they walked past muttering portraits and creaking suits of armor ..." [The Chamber of Secrets , p. 83]
Thus, the portraits on the walls of the castle in which Hogwart's School of Wizardry and Witchcraft was located were animated as if they were alive. They moved around the portraits, and they spoke with one another. In the above segment, the suits of armor were creaking because the people in the painting were moving!
Further, each of the four fraternity houses on campus had only one door that led into the house, and it was guarded by a talking portraits. Each student had to give the person in the portrait the password for that day in order to get into the fraternity house. "They didn't stop running until they reached the portrait of the Fat Lady on the seventh floor ... 'pig snout, pig snout', panted Harry, and the portrait swung forward. They scrambled into the common room and collapsed, trembling, into armchairs." [The Sorcerer's Stone , p. 161]
"... at last they reached the passage where the secret entrance to Gryffindor Tower was hidden, behind an oil painting of a very fat woman in a pink silk dress. 'Password?', she said as they approached. 'Er ---', said Harry. They didn't know the new year's password ... almost immediately, they heard hurrying feet behind them and turned to see Hermione dashing toward them ... 'Skip the lecture', said Ron impatiently, 'and tell us the new password'. 'It's wattlebird', said Hermione ... the portrait of the fat lady swung open ..." [The Chamber of Secrets , p. 83-84]
When I originally read this little detail of the Potter books, I was mildly amused, for I thought such a creation was a delightful bit of imagination. Never did it enter my mind that talking and moving portraits on a wall might have its roots deep in Satanic soil. Now, let us examine that soil.
In the book, The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosendreutz , written in 1459, we find the Rosicrucian hero, Christian Rosendreutz, in the fabulous castle of the King and Queen of the Super Celestial Sphere. This castle was called the "House of the Sun". I find it very instructive that the castle might have this name since Rosicrucianism worships the Sun and its consort, the Moon.
Little does Christian realize that the reason he has been invited to this castle was to personally witness the reincarnation of six lesser kings and their wives through the process of Alchemy.
As Christian is walking down the corridors of this heavenly castle, he noticed something really strange on the walls. "... there were up and down the room wonderful images, which moved themselves, as if they had been alive ..." [Page 29]
Now, I understood from whence Rowling had gotten her idea of talking and moving portraits! She pulled this detail from a book that was now over 500 years old! The only people who read this type of book are the initiates and adepts of Luciferian secret societies, or people studying the same. Rowling clearly is so familiar with secret society secrets, I find it highly likely that she is a member of such a Luciferian society.
2. The Fabulous Beast In The Harry Potter book -- PRISONER OF AZKABAN
In this third Harry Potter book, Harry, Ron, and Hermione, are introduced to a class called "The Care of Magical Creatures". The instructor was a huge giant named Hagrid. Even though the creatures in this class were strong, dangerous, and unpredictable, Hagrid loves them dearly, and tries to get his students to appreciate them as well.
One of Hagrid's creatures is an unusual combination of animals. This creature "had the bodies, hind legs, and tails of horses, but the front legs, wings, and heads of what seemed to be giant eagles, with cruel, steel-colored beaks and large, brilliantly orange eyes. The talons on their front legs were half a foot long and deadly looking." [The Prisoner of Azkaban, p. 114]
So, the head, front legs, and wings of this creature were that of a giant eagle; but, the rest of the animal was a horse. This combination creature was called a "Hippogriff". Hagrid told the students about this animal. "Now, firs' thing yeh gotta know abou' hippogriffs is, they're proud ... Easily offended, hippogriffs are. Don't ever insult one, 'cause it might be the last thing yeh do ... Yeh always wait fer the hippogriff ter make the firs' move ... It's polite, see? Yeh walk toward him and yeh bow, an' yeh wait. If he bows back, yeh're allowed ter touch him. If he doesn't bow, then get away from him sharpish, 'cause those talons hurt." [Page 114-115, Prisoner of Azkaban]
Harry and his friends take a liking to the hippogriff, whose name was Buckbeak, and at the end of the book, the hippogriff saves Harry and his friends from Voldemort by letting them ride on his back as he flew them to safety.
In The Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosendreutz , Christian witnesses a very unusual battle in the castle between two creatures. "In the interlude, a lyon and griffon were set at one another, to fight, and the lyon got the victory, which was also a pretty sight." [Page 31; Spelling retained from the original]
My Tormont's Illustrated Dictionary defines a Griffon as a "fabulous beast with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion."
Rowling created her fabulous creature with the head and wings of an eagle all right, but substituted the body of a horse instead of the traditional lion's body. But, just to make sure that "those in the know" understood that she had taken her inspiration from The Chemical Wedding , Rowling called her fabulous creature a "Hippogriff", undoubtedly taking it from the name, "Griffon", in the original story.
Once again, Rowling displays a unique knowledge of very ancient, and critically important, Luciferian legend as she draws from this Rosicrucian legend inspiration for her Harry Potter books.
3. The playful spirit that hovers over the castle playing tricks he thinks humorous
In the Harry Potter books, Rowling has invented a "playful" spirit creature she calls Peeves the Poltergeist! Peeves loves to flit around the school classrooms and dormitories of Hogwart's School, playing tricks and pranks that he feels is "funny". Getting students into trouble is also Peeves' role in these novels. Listen to some of the dialog:
"But as [Professor] Filch lowered his quill, there was a great BANG! on the ceiling of the office, which made the oil lamp rattle. 'PEEVES!' Filch roared, flinging down his quill in a transport of rage. 'I'll have you this time, I'll have you!' Peeves was the school poltergeist, a grinning, airborne menace, who lived to cause havoc and distress. Harry didn't much like Peeves ..." [Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets , p. 126]
In The Sorcerer's Stone , Harry, Ron, and Hermione were sneaking around the Charms Classroom area in the middle of the night seeking to duel Malfoy in a Wizard's Duel. Suddenly, Peeves spotted them, and realized they were breaking a whole lot of school rules by just being in the corridor. The action picks up:
"They hadn't gone more than a dozen paces when a doorkN*b rattled and something came shooting out of a classroom in front of them. It was Peeves. He caught sight of them and gave a squeal of delight. 'Shut up, Peeves -- please -- you'll get us thrown out.' Peeves cackled. 'Wandering around at midnight, Ickle Firsties? Tut, tut, tut. Naughty, naughty, you'll get caughty'. 'Not if you don't give us away, Peeves, please'. 'Should I tell Filch, I should', said Peeves in a saintly voice, but his eyes glittered wickedly. 'It's for your own good, you know'. 'Get out of the way', snapped Ron, taking a swipe at Peeves -- that was a big mistake. 'STUDENTS OUT OF BED', Peeves bellowed. 'STUDENTS OUT OF BED DOWN THE CHARMS CORRIDOR'." [p. 159; Emphasis was in the original]
In the Rosicrucian book, The Chemical Wedding , Christian saw this exact type of spirit flitting around the King and Queen's House of the Sun. "... we were to attend the Royal Persons up the winding stairs into the forementioned hall, where the tables were already richly furnished, and this was the first time that we were invited to the Kings table. The little altar was placed in the midst of the hall, and the six fore-named royal ensignes were laid upon it. At this time the young King behaved himself very gratiously towards us, but yet he could not be heartily merry; but howbeit he now and then discoursed a little with us, yet he often sighed, at which the Little Cupid only mocked and playd his waggish tricks ... Almost all the prattle at this banquet was made by Little Cupid, who could not leave us (and me indeed especially) untormented. He was perpetually producing some strange matter." [P. 33; spelling left as is in the original; "Waggish tricks" is defined by the dictionary as "playfully humorous".]
So, Rowling took her Peeves the Poltergeist who loved to torment students and faculty alike from the Little Cupid spirit tormentor in The Chemical Wedding !
4. Mythical Creatures Identical in Harry Potter and The Chemical Wedding
In The Sorcerer's Stone, Rowling features "bright-white" unicorns living in the Forbidden Forest. In the latter chapters, Hagrid takes Ron, Herminone, Harry and Malfoy into the Forbidden Forest to try to discover who is killing these unicorns. Let us pick up the action:
"Harry thought the blood seemed to be getting thicker. There were splashes on the roots of a tree, as though the poor creature had been thrashing around in pain close by. Harry could see a clearing ahead, through the tangled branches of an ancient oak. 'Look', he murmured, holding out his arm to stop Malfoy. Something bright white was gleaming on the ground ... It was the unicorn all right, and it was dead. Harry had never seen anything so beautiful and sad. Its long, slender legs were stuck out at odd angles where it had fallen and its mane was spread pearly-white on the dark leaves." [The Sorcerer's Stone , p. 255-256]
In The Chemical Wedding , Christian Rosendreutz describes the scene in the garden in which he saw the unicorn for the first time. "Thus the garden which so lately was quite full, was soon emptied; so that besides the souldiers there was not a man left. Now as soon as this was done, and silence had been kept for the space of five minutes, there came forward a beautiful snow-white unicorn with a golden coller (having in it certain letters) about his neck ... and so the unicorn returned to his place with joy." [Page 20-21; spelling is printed here as in the original]
In The Chamber of Secrets, Rowling gives a prominent place to the mythical, legendary Phoenix Bird. In the battle of The Chamber of Secrets , Harry is saved only by the intervention of Dumbledore's Phoenix Bird, Fawkes. The Phoenix Bird attacked the serpent's eyes, putting both of them out, causing blood to splatter far and wide. But, this heroic action allowed Harry to escape, and eventually defeat the snake. [Pages 318-320] Then, the Phoenix Bird visually motioned to Harry to grab hold of his tail feathers, and let him pull him out. So, Harry grabbed hold of the tail feathers of the Phoenix, and Ron grabbed hold of Harry's robes, and the bird miraculously pulled the two of them out of the Chamber of Secrets to safety. [Pages 324-325]
In The Chemical Wedding , Christian sees a "glorious Phoenix" in the Castle of the Sun [P. 21]
Further, on the Sixth Day -- out of Seven -- Christian Rosendreutz and other adepts watched a sacred egg open up and a bird come out. At first, this bird was weak and the red stuff, and then he molted to a black color after drinking human blood, and then he molted into a snowy-white color, and then into a beautiful array of various colors. His demeanor also changed during these physical transformations from wild to tame.
Then, the adepts put the bird into a bath of milk-white liquid. This bath took off all his feathers, so the adepts painted him a bright blue color. The Adepts took this bird up to the upper floor, where the bird was placed near an altar and given a good drink. Suddenly, the bird attacked the white serpent who had been living in the death head, making the serpent bleed profusely. [P. 44-45]
I wonder if Rowling did not meld these two story lines together, for the Phoenix Bird did attack the monstrous green serpent in The Chamber of Secrets , making him bleed profusely as she blinded his eyes.
5. Both Castles were bounded by huge lakes capable of carrying large ships
Rowling created the Hogwart's School of Wizardry and Witchcraft so that a large lake bounded by the school. Rumors circulated about the existence of a large sea monster living within the lake. In The Goblet of Fire , a large ship carrying the Wizard Masters of the occult training school, Durmstrang, to Hogwart's to attend the Triwizard Tournament of Champions. A huge ship carrying the Durmstrang students came out of the deep waters of the lake to moor next to Hogwart's. [P. 244-247]
In The Chemical Wedding , the House of the Sun is also bounded by a huge lake. After the six lesser Kings and their Queens are beheaded in a ritual, night falls, and Christian Rosendreutz falls asleep in his bed. Suddenly, he is awakened by a very bright light, and springs to the window to investigate. He sees six ships coming to dock at the castle, floating on the lake. The coffins of each King and Queen were loaded, one set of coffins per ship. Then, the ships departed for Mt. Olympus, where they were returned to life according to the precepts of Alchemy. [p. 34]
Thus, in three out of the five points of commonality between Harry Potter books and The Chemical Wedding , Rowling has chosen unique and very old occult legends to use in her books. Especially choosing the pictures on the wall that seem alive and the Griffon-type creature called a Hippogriff are dead giveaways that Rowling drew her inspiration from this very old, but very important, Alchemical book of the Rosicrucians.
Just as she used the vivid colors sacred to obscure and nearly-forgotten Celtic Tree Calendar [NEWS1485], Rowling has used very distinctive parts of an equally obscure and nearly-forgotten book of Alchemy to insert into her novels. Rowling knows her Witchcraft thoroughly and correctly, and now we see she has probably taken her inspiration for certain elements of her books from obscure Satanism, the kind only a practicing Adept in the occult would know.
No matter which way you choose to look at the storyline of Harry Potter, you can see the same pattern emerging loudly and clearly: Rowling weaves strong, correct Satanism in her storyline, the kind of Satanism only a practicing Adept would likely know. She has become the Pied Piper of today's young children, and is leading them straight into the arms of the Wicked One.