Re: [mythsoc] Harry Potter, an 11 year old view
- "David S. Bratman" wrote:
>You think there are Satanic references in Harry Potter? That's what
> I was writing pretty much like that when I was 11. And that's not
> boasting: I'm sure most of us here were.
> I don't think there's anything wrong with objecting to mixed moral
> messages and squeamy situations. The kid has a point. I followed him
> right up until he recommended Redwall. Oh well, nobody's perfect.
- In a message dated 8/4/00 1:10:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, kare@...
<< You think there are Satanic references in Harry Potter? >>
Yeah, there are, but you got to look for them in the same way that people
look for messages in rock music. Look at the sixth sentence of the sixth
paragraph of the sixth chapter of the first book. (666 - get it?) Reading
backward from the end of the sentence and taking every sixth letter, you get
"All power to our Lord Satan. Sacrifice our parents on his altar." Using
techniques like this on other sections of the Harry Potter books, I've also
found "Paul is dead," "Turn me on, dead man," "I buried Paul," "Kilroy was
here," "Whazzup?," "Louie, Louie, me gotta go," "Who is Keyser Sose?," and
"Toynbee ideas in Kubrick's 2001, resurrect dead on planet Jupiter."
Am I the only one who's noticed this?
- In a message dated 8/5/00 12:07:43 PM Central Daylight Time,
> Look at the sixth sentence of the sixthWhy not the sixth book?
> paragraph of the sixth chapter of the first book. (666 - get it?)