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Old 10-23-2007, 09:52 AM
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HORMONY: 'Oh, Hairy, I've loved you so long...I just want to give you my love now and forever...!'

Hairy: 'I'm...I'm sorry, HORMONY, but...I...I just can't love you way you want. I've...I've found someone...it's RON, HORMONY...it's always been Ron...from the first time we met...I knew...I just somehow knew all along....we've already Done a Magic ritual called the Stonehendge. Next week he told me that if I played seeker he would be the beater.'


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Old 10-23-2007, 10:37 AM
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RON: "Dumbledore told just to swish and flick! He said it felt like magic....'"

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Old 10-23-2007, 11:24 AM
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There are also some strange rumours floating about that Dumbledore used to lock himself in his private chambers for hours on end watching this video on his iPod.

No one really knows what he was doing. But Dumbledore was once quoted as whispering to Harry that he really liked how he swallowed the golden snitches...

GET YOU HEAD IN THE GAME QUIDITCH STYLE

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Gay Harry Potter
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Old 10-23-2007, 11:56 AM
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Harry Potter and the Brokeback Goblet
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Old 04-25-2008, 06:29 PM
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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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Old 08-05-2008, 04:34 AM
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Harry Potter is just the modern commercialised equivalent of old fairy tales like Hanzel and Gretl or Cinderella. Those were also full of magic and go back many centuries. It's quite absurd to accuse Rowling of anything but writing commercial children's books.
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Old 08-05-2008, 06:17 PM
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Harry Potter is just the modern commercialised equivalent of old fairy tales like Hanzel and Gretl or Cinderella. Those were also full of magic and go back many centuries. It's quite absurd to accuse Rowling of anything but writing commercial children's books.
Harry Potter is not akin to Hanzel and Gretel or Cinderella.

I highly doubt Rowlings wrote much of what is produced in her books and in the cinema.
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Old 08-06-2008, 02:58 AM
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Harry Potter is not akin to Hanzel and Gretel or Cinderella.
Compare it with the old tales of King Arthur then, if you don't think fairy tales are a proper comparison. Nevertheless, Harry Potter is nothing but a modernised equivalent of medieval folk tales (that were also full of magic). Stories about magic and mystery have always appealed to people and especially to children. There's nothing new about that.

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I highly doubt Rowlings wrote much of what is produced in her books and in the cinema.
I highly doubt she didn't.

You're just being paranoid. There is no conspiracv in this case....
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Old 12-21-2008, 10:34 PM
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Harry Potter is evil. It is a route the NWO elite have manipulated a generation of young Christians to follow on their way to the pits of Hell.
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