Harry Potter Movies

...Straight from the Pits of Hell

       Since the beginning of creation, Satan has been trying to convince humanity that God didn't really mean what He said in His Word. Genesis 3:3,4, "But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die." Satan said the exact opposite of what God had said.

Here again, 6000 years later, we find Satan convincing the masses of society that witchcraft is harmless and nothing to worry about concerning our children. In 1st Samuel 15:23a God says, "For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft." Notice the words, “the sin of witchcraft.” God calls witchcraft a sin. Some people foolishly try to discern between good witchcraft verses bad witchcraft, but no such nonsense is taught in the Scriptures. ALL witchcraft is sinful.

Also notice that God equates the sin of rebellion with witchcraft. We see rebellion everywhere in society today—children rebelling against parents, wives rebelling against husbands, youth rebelling against the Law, people rebelling against the Word of God, the government and lawmakers rebelling against God's commandments, et cetera. It is not surprising in such a rebellious society that witchcraft has become so popular and widely accepted. Only in a rebellious society against God can witchcraft thrive. Harry Potter is of the Devil.

Oh, please do not be deceived, all witchcraft is straight from the pits of Hell. Biblically, witchcraft could be defined as seeking spiritual information, guidance or help from any source other than God and His Word. The entire Harry Potter series encourages children to dabble in all sorts of witchcraft, from spells to potions, from magic to sorcerers, Harry Potter lures children into demonism.

Here is a listing of the various Harry Potter films which have been produced:

  • Harry Potter and The Chamber Of Secrets

  • Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone

  • Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire

  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner Of Azkaban

  • Harry Potter and The Order Of The Phoenix

  • Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone

  • Harry Potter and The Chamber Of Secrets

  • Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince

Here are various songs from the Harry Potter Series:

- Da Man
- Double Trouble
- Harry Squarepants
- He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named
- Lucky Harry
- Pottermon
- Reach For The Scar
- School Song
- This Is The Night
- Voldemort Theme Song
- Weasley Is Our King
- Which Hogwarts House Do You Belong In?
- Witches And Wizards
- Something Wicked This Way Comes
- Quidditch Cup (Wtf)
- Ode To Harry Potter
- Not Trying Hard Enough
- Mirror Of Erised
- Lose Your Wand
- Hogwarts Girl
- Harry In The Sky With Bludgers
- Don't Shriek
- Underwater Secrets
- Magic Works
- I Saw Harry Kissing Ginny
- Hp Mirror Mirror
- Sorting Hat
- Life After Life
- Harry Potter

The Hogwart's School of Witchcraft is at the heart of the series, and is by far no mere coincidence. Public school teachers all across America have secretly been airing the Harry Potter films for their class to see (without seeking any consent from the parents). Satan is preparing children to receive the Antichrist when he comes, which I believe will be soon.

One of the songs featured in Harry Potter, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES!, is very similar to Shakespeare's Macbeth and is very popular with Wiccan Witches today. Here's the lyrics to the Harry Potter song, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES! . . .

Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.
Double, double toil and trouble
Something wicked this way comes
Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,—
Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.
Double, double toil and trouble
Fire burn, and caldron bubble.
Something wicked this way comes!

Following is the well-known incantation of The Three Witches in Shakespeare's Macbeth, 1605:

Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.

Second Witch:
Fillet of a fenny snake,
In the cauldron boil and bake;
Eye of newt, and toe of frog,
Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s sting,
Lizard’s leg, and howlet’s wing,
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble.

Shakespeare's himself was infatuated with the occult and much of his writings were rooted in occultism and black magic...

In THEY KNEW THE UNKNOWN (1971), parapsychologist Martin Ebon gives a good review of magic and witchcraft in the Shakespearean plays.  He describes a straight line that leads from the witchcraft phamphleteers of the fifteenth century to the Gothic novels of today . . .

Ebon concludes, Shakespeare certainly studied the witchcraft literature, notably Reginald Scot's THE DISCOVERY OF WITCHCRAFT (Edinburgh, 1584).  "The lurid stories invented by the witch hunters, and in some cases accused or deluded witches themselves, were the horror fiction of the period, redolent with details of sexual aberration."

THE OCCULT REVIEW (London, 1921) ran an article on "Shakespeare and the Occult" noting many of his plays contain excursions into the realm of the supernatural, including ghosts, witches and sprites, that might shed light on the poet's own beliefs. In that era, belief in the occult was virtually universal, and the play are unintelligible without insight into that occult thinking.

SOURCE: Shakespearean Magic

The Harry Potter series uses real names of witches and real witch terminology. Do not be deceived. Here is a list of some of the weird names Wiccan witches give to various herbs, roots and flowers:

A Bone of an Ibis: Buckthorn
Adders Tongue: Dogstooth Violet
A Titan's Blood: Wild Lettuce
A Lion's Hairs: Tongue of a Turnip (the leaves of the taproot)
A Man's Bile: Turnip Sap
A Pig's Tail: Leopard's Bane
A Hawk's Heart: Heart of Wormwood
An Eagle: Wild Garlic
Ass's Foot or Bull's Foot: Coltsfoot
Blood: Elder sap or another tree sap
Blood of Hephaistos: Wormwood
Burning Bush: White Dittany
Bread and Cheese Tree: Hawthorne
Blood from a Head: Lupine
Bird's Eye: Germander Speedwell
Blood of Ares: Purslane
Blood of a Goose: Mulberry Tree's Milk
Bloodwort: Yarrow
Blood of Hestia: Chamomile
Blood of an Eye: Tamarisk Gall
Blood from a Shoulder: Bear's Breach
Bat's Wings: Holly
Black Sampson: Echinacea
Bull's Blood or Seed of Horus: Horehound
Bear's Foot: Lady's Mantle
Calf's Snout: Snapdragon
Cat's Foot: Canada Snake Root and/or Ground Ivy
Candelmas Maiden: Snowdrop
Capon's Tail: Valerian
Christ's Ladder: Centaury
Cheeses: Marsh Mallow
Chocolate Flower: Wild Geranium
Christ's Eye: Vervain Sage
Clear-eye: Clary Sage
Click: Goosegrass
Cucumber Tree: Magnolia
Clot: Great Mullein
Corpse Plant: Indian Pipe
Crowdy Kit: Figwort
Cuddy's Lungs: Great Mullein
Crow Foot: Cranesbill
Cuckoo's Bread: Common Plantain
Clear Eye: Clary Sage
Crow's Foot: Wild Geranium
Devils Dung: Asafoetida
Dragon's Blood: Calamus
Dog's Mouth: Snap Dragon
Daphne: Laurel/Bay
Devil's Plaything: Yarrow
Dove's Foot: Wild Geranium
Dew of the Sea: Rosemary
Dragon Wort: Bistort
Earth Smoke: Fumitory
Eye of Christ: Germander Speedwell
Elf's Wort: Elecampane
Enchanter's Plant: Vervain
Englishman's Foot: Common Plantain
Erba Santa Maria: Spearmint
Everlasting Friendship: Goosegrass
Eye of the Day: Common Daisy
Eye of the Star: Horehound
Eye Root: Goldenseal
Eyes: Aster, Daisy, Eyebright
Frog's Foot: Bulbous Buttercup
From the Loins: Chamomile
Fat from a Head: Spurge
Fairy Smoke: Indian Pipe
Felon Herb: Mugwort
From the Belly: Earth-apple
From the Foot: Houseleek
Five Fingers: Cinquefoil
Fox's Clote: Burdock
Graveyard Dust: Mullein
Goat's Foot: Ash Weed
God's Hair: Hart's Tongue Fern
Golden Star: Avens
Gosling Wing: Goosegrass
Graveyard Dust: Mullein
Great Ox-eye: Ox-eye Daisy
Hairs of a Hamadryas Baboon: Dill Seed
Hair of Venus: Maidenhair Fern
Hag's Taper: Great Mullein
Hagthorn: Hawthorn
Hare's Beard: Great Mullein
Herb of Grace: Vervain
Hind's Tongue: Hart's Tongue Fern
Holy Herb: Yerba Santa
Holy Rope: Hemp Agrimony
Hook and Arn: Yerba Santa
Horse Tongue: Hart's Tongue Fern
Horse Hoof: Coltsfoot
Hundred Eyes: Periwinkle
Innocense: Bluets
Jacob's Staff: Great Mullein
Joy of the Mountain: Marjoram
Jupiter's Staff: Great Mullein
King's Crown: Black Haw
Knight's Milfoil: Yarrow
Kronos' Blood: sap of Cedar
Lady's Glove: Foxglove
Lion's Tooth: Dandelion
Lad's Love: Southernwood
Lamb's Ears: Betony
Little Dragon: Tarragon
Love in Idleness: Pansy
Love Leaves: Burdock
Love Lies Bleeding: Amaranth/Anemone
Love Man: Goosegrass
Love Parsley: Lovage
Love Root: Orris Root
Man's Health: Ginseng
Maiden's Ruin: Southernwood
Master of the Woods: Woodruff
May: Black Haw
May Lily: Lily of the Valley
May Rose: Black Haw
Maypops: Passion Flower
Mistress of the Night: Tuberose
Mutton Chops: Goosegrass
Nose Bleed: Yarrow
Old-Maid's-Nightcap: Wild Geranium
Old Man's Flannel: Great Mullein
Old Man's Pepper: Yarrow
Oliver: Olive
Password: Primrose
Pucha-pat: Patchouli
Peter's Staff: Great Mullein
Priest's Crown: Dandelion leaves
Poor Man's Treacle: Garlic
Queen of the Night: Vanilla Cactus
Queen of the Meadow: Meadowsweet
Queen of the Meadow Root: Gravelroot
Ram's Head: American Valerian
Red Cockscomb: Amaranth
Ring-o-bells: Bluebells
Robin-run-in-the-grass: Goosegrass
Semen of Helios: White Hellebore
Semen of Herakles: Mustard-rocket
Semen of Hermes: Dill
Semen of Hephaistos: Fleabane
Semen of Ammon: Houseleek
Semen of Ares: Clover
Seed of Horus: Horehound
Sparrow's Tongue: Knotweed
Soapwort: Comfrey or Daisy
Shepherd's Heart: Shepherd's Purse
Swine's Snout: Dandelion leaves
Shameface: Wild Geranium
See Bright: Clary Sage
Scaldhead: Blackberry
Seven Year's Love: Yarrow
Silver Bells: Black Haw
Sorcerer's Violet: Periwinkle
St. John's Herb: Hemp Agrimony
St. John's Plant: Mugwort
Star Flower: Borage
Star of the Earth: Avens
Starweed: Chickweed
Sweethearts: Goosegrass
Tarragon: Mugwort
Tartar Root: Ginseng
Thousand Weed: Yarrow
Thunder Plant: House Leek
Tanner's Bark: Toadflax
Torches: Great Mullein
Tongue of dog: Houndstongue
Tears of a Hamadryas Baboon: Dill Juice
Unicorn Root: Ague Root
Unicorn's Horn: False Unicorn
Unicorn Horn: True Unicorn Root
Wax Dolls: Fumitory
Weazel Snout: Yellow Archangel
White: Ox-eye Daisy
White Wood: White Cinnamon
Witch's Aspirin: White Willow Bark
Witch's Brier: Brier Hips
Weasel Snout: Yellow Archangel
Wolf Foot: Bugle Weed
Wolf Claw: Club Moss
Wolf's Milk: Euphorbia
Weed: Ox-Eye Daisy
White Man's Foot: Common Plantain

Please do not be deceived. Just as the serpent came to Eve and lied to her, saying that she wouldn't die if she ate of the forbidden fruit, so does Satan come to us today and say that Harry Potter is merely innocent fun and imagination. The fact that Harry Potter author, J.K. Rowling, uses literal witchcraft names and terminology throughout her books ought to send up an alarm to Christian parents. Satan is a liar (John 8:44).

Berit Kjos, an excellent author, listed five points of Hogwart's theology of the sorcery school, where young Henry is enrolled. These ideas best describe the basis of this series of books. Each book is based on the same general themes with new characters helping to enlarge the story plots. Look closely at these key thoughts and ask yourself what the overall purpose must be.

Here is Berit Kjos' list of the main Hogwart theologies:

  • "Professor Snape who taught Potions said: 'I don't expect you will really understand the beauty of the softly simmering cauldron with it shimmering fumes, the delicate power of liquids that creep through human veins, bewitching the mind, ensnaring the senses...'
  • "A Centaur's views on astrology - 'we have sworn not to set ourselves against the heaven. Have we not read what is to come in the movements of the planets? ... Or have the planets not let you in on that secret?'
  • "'He is with me wherever I go,' said Quirrell quietly, referring to Voldemort. 'I met him when I traveled around the world. A foolish young man I was then, full of ridiculous ideas about good and evil. Lord Voldemort showed me how wrong I was. There is no good and evil, there is only power, and those too weak to seek it ... Since then, I have served him faithfully.'
  • "Headmaster Dumbledore: 'To the well organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.'
  • "Hagrid, the grounds-keeper at Hogwart's, telling Harry about the strange power that saved his life, 'Happened when a powerful, evil curse touches you - didn't work on you, and that's why yer famous, Harry. No one ever lived after he [Voldemort] decided ter kill 'em, no one except you...' [Harry seems almost Christ-like, doesn't he, with his wound or mark, his psychic powers, and his victory over death and Voldemort.]" ("Bewitched by Harry Potter," article written by Berit Kjos.)

Those five ideas right out of the Harry Potter series give us an excellent view of what the main themes are all about. It is a shame. Instead of teaching children about Jesus Christ, Who came and died for our sins to set us free, they are being taught about witchcraft and demons.