Sunday, August 28, 2005

HARRY POTTER & the Goddess

Christians may be less than wild about Harry Potter, but they do give credit where credit is due. Take this statement, for example, from ChristianAnswers.NET:

"Through the sacrificial goddess magic of his mother's love, baby Harry is saved and his blood is given magical powers….”

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8 comments:

flaunitarian said...

*le sigh*

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the informative post, keep up the good work!

Take care, and God Bless.
Ken Reno

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Nogginworks said...

I'm loving reading your blog- had a great dream the other night with my grandmother and what I pointed out in my dream as Mother God.

I hope to check back into your blog soon!

Athana said...

I love that: "Mother God." I've not heard that term before; maybe it's totally original to you and your dreammind! Sounds like the dream was a special one. Hopefully more and more of us will begin dreaming dreams like yours.

Nogginworks said...

Sylvia Browne mentions a Mother God in many of her spiritual books, it was always something I easily identified with. Anyhow, in my dream, right after I said, do you guys see this? It's the Mother God, the clouds shifted, she shape shifted and bam, turned into an eagle and flew off into the distance.
It was an interesting dream, still very real to me, months and months down the line, so I know it was a message of some kind.

Athana said...

Whenever we get complacent and begin thinking we know everything about everything, all we need to do to cure ourselves of that foolish notion is to remember our dreams. What a powerful part of life -- and yet no one has really been able to tell us what they're all about, what dreaming really means to the human species, what it's there for, or why it is as it is. Pure magic.