I found this article a few months ago, and have only recently rediscovered it. Having read all of the Harry Potter books, I found this article of
interest, especially when considering the current wave of End Times/Phase shift/Mind control etc books on the market.
When Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was released on June 21, 2003 - Summer Solstice - I had never read a Harry Potter book nor seen a
Harry Potter movie in my life. So when it broke book sales history by selling a record 1 million copies within 48 hours, I decided to take a trip to
my local Barnes and Noble and pick up a copy of the first book in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, to see what all the fuss was
about. I went into it with a completely curious, neutral frame of mind. I didn't expect to hate it, and I didn't expect to love it. I was aware of
all the controversy surrounding the series with the religious groups screaming that it's the work of the devil, to which I had an eye-rolling
attitude towards since I figured the most I would see in the book was a lot of kid's level spell casting witchcraft. So I was a little caught off
guard to find that The Sorcerer's Stone was by far the best written kid's book I had ever read, and that it involved sophisticated occult themes
that would be on par with an adult novel. And after finishing the book and taking a closer look, I also realized that the story seemed to be a giant
metaphor regarding 4th density, and was most definitely utilizing hypnotic mind control techniques and symbolisms in order to convey that metaphor.
Harry Potter - An Introduction Into 4th Density?