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Old 04-25-2008, 05:29 PM
KennyWally KennyWally is offline
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Default Re: Thoughts on J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter

I guess one could also say, that these books are introducing kids into the mysteries thru this potter character. Witchcraft is a form of the mysteries.

The idea being, they find good things in these characters and fantasize about getting special powers etc, so that when the right time comes along for the new world leader to show himself, these kids will readily buy into him.

Did anyone here know that Alexander the great was trained by aristotle in the mysteries, that is how he became so great, he had an edge over his fellow man. That info is found in Plutarchs, The life of Alexander the great.
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