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Religious hatred taught in English school


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#16    AztecInca

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Posted 15 July 2005 - 06:30 AM

For crying out loud, its just a fictional fantasy novel, people need to really just remember that its just fiction!


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Posted 15 July 2005 - 05:34 PM

QUOTE(AztecInca @ Jul 15 2005, 07:30 AM)
For crying out loud, its just a fictional fantasy novel, people need to really just remember that its just fiction!

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I agree, what you see in Harry Potter is not real, but many of the things in it are influenced by different forms of occult beliefs and practices that have existed through out history, and still exist today.

This is more a attack on paganism its self, rather than the Harry Potter books directly.

For those that are interested and live in the UK, there is a documentary on tonight about 9 or 10 PM on discovery civilisations that is called ‘Harry Potter the real magic’ and it goes into how the things in the stories are found in ancient and medieval beliefs, and about the origin of real magical and occult beliefs.

Harry potter is kind of like the movie Jaws, its about something that exists, but the reality of it is not like you see in the book or in the movie.

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