Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Hysterical Anti-Potter Hoax fools Xtains


It seems a hoax, based on a parody once featured in "The Onion", is being taken seriously by Dominionists. Hoaxes like this have be about for a while, check-out Snopes. However, even if all you know about Wicca & Witchcraft is from a few minutes googling, you can spot this as a fake. Then again, some people are easily fooled and lying about the Potter books is a cottage industry among Dominionists. For the benefit of those who know how to configure their spam filters, here's some of the knee-slapping highlights:

...By means of spells and magic...and fly upon the night winds transcending the astral plane...

Damn, so I suppose I'm the only witch that can't fly!

...Halloween was my favorite time of the year...

Guilty as charged!

...As time went on, I watched the so-called “Christian” churches compromising and unifying.

I think I must have missed the commandment, "Thou shall not compromise". And the blaspheme of "unifying"--well, perish the thought!

...The occult songs of the 1960’s launched the Luciferian project of capturing the minds of an entire generation. In the song “Sound Of Silence” by Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel...

Yup, "The Sound of Silence" is the Mark of the Beast. The boogie man of the "1960's" frequently raises it's head in such Dominionist screeds.

...real witches greet each other by saying “Blessed be”, and when they part, they say “The Force be with you.”

Don't you hate it when someone mixes low budged genre horror with Science Fiction!

I hope the good folks over at PrayerWeb are aware of some of the other nightmares lurching towards Bethlehem, such as the spider nest in a cactus, or the fact you might wake up in a hotel room without your kidneys.


Anonymous said...

Good Gods. It's like they're trying to dumb themselves down just in order to hate a childrens book series. I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

genexs said...

Hi livia,

Yeah, it's really so pathetic when you consider how harmless the books are and how little to do they have with Wicca. But it all seems part of their 'lets build a straw man' mentality.


psikeyhackr said...

We need anti-Potter as an equivalent to anti-matter.