May 12, 2013

Christian Author: C S Lewis - exposed

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Christian Author: C S Lewis - exposed
Clive Staples Lewis


Laurance Justice - C.S. Lewis is a false teacher

The Witchcraft of the Narnia Chronicles
by Pastor David J. Meyer (former witch, astrologer, and occultist )

I am writing this urgent message because very soon our children here in the United States and elsewhere in the world are going to experience a bewitching and a deceptive occult indoctrination. On December 9th, 2005, a new Disney movie [Link here to read more on the evils of Disney (this website) ] will be released entitled “The Chronicles of Narnia.” The movie is based on the book by C.S. Lewis entitled The Chronicles of Narnia; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

It is a sad fact that mainstream “Christianity” esteems C.S. Lewis as a great “Christian” author and his writings as edifying with profound themes of “Christian” teachings. The C.S. Lewis books can be found in “Christian” bookstores everywhere, and even Dr. James Dobson’s Focus on the Family organization is offering and promoting the works of C.S. Lewis. These same books, however, can also be found in occult bookstores everywhere!
As a former witch, astrologer, and occultist who has been saved by the grace of God, I know that the works of C.S. Lewis are required reading by neophyte witches, especially in the United States and England. This includes The Chronicles of Narnia, because it teaches neophyte, or new witches, the basic mindset of the craft. Isn’t it strange, though, that many “Christian” churches and organizations have used The Chronicles of Narnia as Sunday School curriculum?

When I saw the release date of this new movie, I was not surprised. December 9th is the 13th day before the witches’ quarter-sabat of Yule. The full cold moon is midway between the release date and the sabat of Yule. The waxing moon is also directly on the equinox on the release date of the movie. This is far too precisely occultic to be coincidental, and the producers of the movie no doubt consulted upper-level witches regarding the perfect day to have the “Chronicles of Narnia” open.

The author of The Chronicles of Narnia, Clive Staples Lewis, was a professor at Oxford University in England where he was supposedly converted to “Christianity” by another Oxford professor named J.R.R. Tolkien. Tolkien and Lewis would often sit together at a local pub or tavern and converse about their beliefs in the creatures and the activities of the middle earth, a strange realm of a little people and magical powers. Tolkien often referred to Lewis as a “reluctant Christian.” Tolkien, though, was a Roman Catholic in doctrine and found his religion to be perfectly compatible with magic and the world of hobbits and elves.

The story of the Narnian Chronicle known as The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is one of clandestine occult mysticism and is not Sunday School material unless your Sunday School is a defacto witch coven. The story involves a child from the normal everyday or mundane world. This girl, Lucy, who hides in a wardrobe as she is playing a game, suddenly finds herself transported to another world very unlike her own. It is a world of intelligent, talking animals and strange creatures.

The little girl soon finds herself having tea with a faun/ satyr. In witchcraft and ancient Roman pagan mythology, a faun/satyr is any of a group of rural deities, which have the bodies of men and the horns, ears, tails, and legs of a goat. The Roman god Faunus was also the god of nature and fertility and was connected to sexual lust. Here let it be noted that in the Narnian Chronicle Prince Caspian, this same strange land the little girl finds herself in is also populated by gods and goddesses; such as Bacchus, the god of drunken orgies, and the Maenads, who were frenzied women driven to madness in the orgiastic cult of Bacchus (female devotees or nymphs).

The main character of the book is a lion named Aslan, which is the Turkish word for lion. Aslan the lion is the character that “Christian” teachers say is the Christ figure, but witches know him to be Lucifer. The lion, Aslan, appears in all seven of the books of The Chronicles of Narnia. The following are quotes regarding Aslan the lion:

“At the name of Aslan, Lucy got the feeling you get when you wake in the morning and realize it is the beginning of spring.”

“When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death; and when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.”

“He’ll be coming and going; one day you’ll see him and another you won’t.”

“It was a lion, huge, shaggy; and bright it stood facing the rising sun.”

“Aslan swings his head around scattering golden gleams of light as he does so.”

Remember, Aslan the lion is esteemed to be the “Christ figure” by so many “Christian” teachers, but with that in mind, consider the following quotes from The Chronicles of Narnia.

“The crowd and dance round Aslan (for it had become a dance once more) grew so thick and rapid that Lucy was confused. She never saw where certain other people came from who were soon capering among the trees. One was a youth, dressed only in a fawn skin, with vine leaves wreathed in his curly hair. His face would have been almost too pretty for a boy’s, if it had not looked so extremely wild. You felt, as Edmund said when he saw him a few days later, ‘There’s a chap who might do anything, absolutely anything.’ He seemed to have a great many names – Bromios, Bassareus, and the Ram were three of them. There were a lot of girls with him, as wild as he. There was even, unexpectedly, someone on a donkey. And everybody was laughing: and everyone was shouting out, ‘EUAN, EUAN, EU-oi-oi-oi.’”

Those strange words EUAN, EUAN, EU-oi-oi-oi are an ancient witches’ chant used to invoke the power and presence of the god of drunkenness and addiction, who is named Bacchus. But wait, as the story goes on, it gets worse as the witchcraft increases and becomes more obvious.

Consider the following: “‘What is it Aslan?’ said Lucy, her eyes dancing and her feet wanting to dance. ‘Come children’, said he. ‘Ride on my back today.’ ‘Oh lovely!’ cried Lucy, and both girls climbed on to the warm golden back as they had done no one knew how many years before.

Silenus on his donkey
Then the whole party moved off – Aslan leading. Bacchus and his Maenads leaping, rushing and turning somersaults, the beasts brushing round them, and Silenus and his donkey bringing up the rear [Seilenos (or Silenus) was the old rustic god of the dance of the wine-press, his name being derived from the words seiô, "to move to and fro," and lênos, "the wine-trough." He was also the god of drunkenness who rode in the train of Dionysos seated on the back of a donkey.] … Then three or four Red Dwarfs came forward with their tinder boxes and set light to the pile, which first crackled, and then blazed, and finally roared as a woodland bonfire on midsummer night ought to do. And every-one sat down in a wide circle around it. Then Bacchus and Silenus and the Maenads began a dance, far wilder than the dance of the trees, not merely a dance for fun and beauty (though it was that too), but a magic dance of plenty, and where their hands touched, and where their feet fell, the feast came into existence. Sides of roasted meat that filled the grove with delicious smell, and wheaten cakes and oaten cakes…”

The above is clearly a description of a witches’ sabat of Midsummer or the Summer Solstice, and it is described as such in perfect detail. Certainly by now enough is known to denounce this work as satanic and antichrist.

Was Clive Staples Lewis a Christian or a blasphemer? In his book The World’s Last Night and Other Essays on pages 98-99, Lewis said, “Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place… certainly the most embarrassing verse in the Bible. The one exhibition of error and the one confession of ignorance grow side by side. That they stood thus in the mouth of Jesus himself and were not merely placed thus by the reporter, we surely need not doubt… The facts, then, are these: that Jesus professed himself (in some sense) ignorant, and within a moment showed that he really was so.”

Lewis also said in Reflections on the Psalms, page 129, “… as I believe, Christ… fulfilled both paganism and Judaism.” Lewis was also quoted in a biography as follows: “I had some ado to prevent Joy (his wife) and myself from relapsing into paganism in Attica! At Daphni it was hard not to pray to Apollo the Healer. But somehow one didn’t feel it would have been very wrong – would have only been addressing Christ sub-species Apollinis.”

In closing this urgent message, I pray that our true and dear Lord Jesus Christ will have mercy on the deceived and sleeping remnant, and that they will come fully awake and rise up against this subtle attack of Satan.

[It is important to remember that pagan gods are demons or fallen angels. By using these pagan gods as friendly characters in his books, C S Lewis is acclimatizing our children to the satanic/demonic realm.]

The apostle Paul warned us in II Corinthians 11:14-15 as follows:

“And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteous-ness; whose end shall be according to their works.”
May God help us all, and may he especially protect our children from witch-craft in the churches is my prayer.

Pastor David J. Meyer

John Todd, an Illuminati Defector,
Exposes J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis

Trouble in Narnia: The Occult Side of C.S. Lewis
By Mary Ann Collins

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader” is the third book in the Narnia series. It directly promotes spells and magic.

One part of the voyage deals with an island inhabited by invisible creatures called Dufflepods. Lucy works a spell to make the Dufflepods visible. She goes through a spell book, and it is beautiful and fascinating. Then she finds the right spell and says the words and follows the instructions. And then the Dufflepods (and Aslan) become visible. Her spell made Aslan visible, and he is pleased with what she did.
The book of spells is beautiful and fascinating. One spell is illustrated with pictures of bees; the pictures come to life and the bees fly off of the page. In the world of C.S. Lewis’ day, this would not have caused practical problems. However, these days, kids can go to regular bookstores and buy spell books written by modern witches.

Many Christians are treating the Narnia books as being an allegory, with Aslan representing Jesus and the children representing Christians. If you do this with “The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,” then you portray Jesus as being pleased when Christians do magic and work spells. And you support the idea that that there are “good” spells and “good” magic. That belief is the basis for modern “white” witchcraft. However, the Bible clearly forbids any form of witchcraft.

“There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire [child sacrifice], or that useth divination [fortune telling], or an observer of times [astrology], or an enchanter [working spells], or a witch [practicing witchcraft or consulting a witch], or a charmer [using charms and other objects for protection or “good luck”], or a consulter with familiar spirits [channelling], or a wizard [doing magic], or a necromancer [spiritism, contacting the dead]. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord.” (Deuteronomy 18:10-12)

In the book, the Dufflepods are ruled by a wizard. He uses magic to rule the Dufflepods because they aren’t yet mature enough to be ruled directly by Aslan. So there is good magic, and a good wizard. And magic prepares people for relationship with Aslan. Again, if Aslan is taken as a symbol for Jesus, then magic prepares people to become Christians. In our modern culture, that would mean that Wicca is a way to get to know Jesus and become His follower.

Back when C.S. Lewis wrote those books, Wicca did not exist. [It did exist, but most people did not believe or accept that it existed] Kids who read the books couldn'’t experiment with spells. But this is a different world today. Now kids are surrounded by movies and TV shows that promote witchcraft, and they may know kids at their school who dabble in it.

What will happen when Disney comes out with a movie of “The Voyage of the Dawn Treader”? [ They did ] Christian kids may wind up feeling free to practice magic. And this could take down the barrier between Christianity and Wicca. It could “Christianize” witchcraft in the eyes of some Christian kids.

There are some other problems with C.S. Lewis. He taught many good things, but mixed in with those good things there are other teachings that lay a foundation for apostasy.

For starters in understanding the man, here is a quotation from a letter that he wrote describing a trip that he and his wife Joy took to Greece in 1960. He wrote,

“I had some ado to prevent Joy and myself from relapsing into Paganism in Attica! At Daphni it was hard not to pray to Apollo the Healer. But somehow one didn’'t feel it would have been very wrong”.

Lewis also said that “Christianity fulfilled paganism” and “paganism prefigured Christianity.” (Roger Lancelyn Green, “C.S. Lewis: A Biography,” Orlando, FL: Harcourt Inc., 1974, pages 274 and 30.)

In his autobiography (“Surprised by Joy”), Lewis tells how at age 13 he abandoned his Anglican faith due to the influence of a school mistress who was involved withTheosophy, Rosicrucianism, Spiritualism; the whole Anglo-American Occultist tradition.” And Lewis developed a “lust” for the occult that remained with him even after he returned to Anglicanism. He said, “
And that started in me something with which, on and off, I have had plenty of trouble since–the desire for the preternatural, simply as such, the passion for the Occult. Not everyone has this disease; those who have will know what I mean. I once tried to describe it in a novel. It is a spiritual lust; and like the lust of the body it has the fatal power of making everything else in the world seem uninteresting while it lasts.” (“Surprised by Joy,” New York: Harcourt Brace, 1955, pages 58-60.)
Lewis said that he described that lust for the occult in a novel. It occurs in the third book of his science fiction trilogy. A character named is in the process of being initiated into an inner ring of scientists who are occultists. They worship demons, which they call “macrobes” (huge, powerful invisible things, as opposed to microbes, which are tiny invisible things). “
Here, here surely at last (so his desire whispered to him) was the true inner circle of all, the circle whose centre was outside the human race–the ultimate secret, the supreme power, the last initiation. The fact that it was almost completely horrible did not in the least diminish its attraction.” (C. S. Lewis, “That Hideous Strength: A Modern Fairy‑Tale for Grown‑Ups,” New York: Collier Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1946, pp. 259‑260. 
These creatures [demons]… breathed death on the human race and on all joy. Not despite this but because of this, the terrible gravitation sucked and tugged and fascinated him towards them. Never before had he known the fruitful strength of the movement opposite to Nature which now had him in its grip; the impulse to reverse all reluctances and to draw every circle anti-clockwise.” (“That Hideous Strength,” p. 269.)
Note that he said that Lewis said that he had trouble with that lust for the occult ever since his encounter with the Matron in his boys’ school. He wrote that statement in 1955. By then, he had written all but three of his books. (“The Four Loves,” “Reflections on the Psalms,” and “A Grief Observed”).

Lewis dedicated his autobiography (“Surprised by Joy”) to Bede Griffiths, a former student of his who became a long-time friend. Griffiths founded a “Christian ashram” in India. He said that Hindu temples are a “sacrament.” And he said, “No one can say in the proper sense that the Hindu, the Buddhist or the Muslim is an ‘unbeliever.’ I would say rather that we have to recognize him as our brother in Christ.[Universalism]” (Randy England, “The Unicorn in the Sanctuary: The Impact of the New Age on the Catholic Church,” Rockford, Illinois, TAN Books and Publishers, Inc., 1991, pages 70-72)

What Bede Griffiths did and said is the logical conclusion of a statement that C.S. Lewis made in “Mere Christianity.” There are many editions of the book, and page numbering varies. This quotation comes from Book IV, Chapter 10, “Nice People or New Men,” the fourth paragraph. Lewis said, “
There are people in other religions who are being led by God’'s secret influence to concentrate on those parts of their religion which are in agreement with Christianity, and who thus belong to Christ without knowing it. For example, a Buddhist of good will may be led to concentrate more and more on the Buddhist teaching about mercy and to leave in the background (though he might still say he believed) the Buddhist teaching on certain other points. Many of the good Pagans long before Christ’s birth may have been in this position.”

Temptation of Lilith

Lewis said that he was strongly influenced by George MacDonald, who was a universalist. MacDonald’s book Lilith” is based on an occult teaching that Adam was married to a demon named Lilith before he married Eve. By the end of MacDonald’s book, Lilith is redeemed, and Adam says that even the devil will eventually be redeemed.

This universalism shows up in some of Lewis’ fiction books. In “The Great Divorce,” Lewis is in Heaven. He speaks with George MacDonald and asks him about universalism, and MacDonald answers that Lewis cannot understand such things now. In the last of the Narnia books (“The Last Battle”), a pagan makes it to Heaven (“Aslan’s Land”) because of his good works and his good motives, in spite of the fact that he did not believe in Aslan and he worshipped Aslan’'s enemy, a false god named Tash.

Lilith shows up in “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” Mr. Beaver tells the children that the White Witch is descended from Lilith, who is the “first wife” of Adam. This could cause confusion, especially for children. Although Mr. Beaver is a fictional character, he is speaking authoritatively about the real world–the real Adam and Eve of the Bible.

Lewis spoke very highly of Charles Williams and his books, so I read all of his books. They are novels that mix darkness and occultism with some insights about Christianity. In “The Greater Trumps,” the hero is a saintly woman who saves the day by doing magic with Tarot cards.

Williams was as much a mixture as his books were. He started out as a serious occultist. He believed Theosophy and other occult teachings, and he joined the Golden Dawn, a group that practices “sex magick, which is ritual sex that is done for the purpose of getting occult power. [The "K" was brought back into use by Aleister Crowley in the 1900's to differentiate it from magic, the slight of hand tricks that became popular in the time. Most common belief is that Magick is evil and should not be tampered with; or is only possesed by "chosen" ones.]” (The notorious Satanist, Aleister Crowley, was a member of the Golden Dawn.) Williams left the Golden Dawn and joined the Anglican church, but he kept some of his Theosophical beliefs.

Lewis also had a close friend named Owen Barfield. He dedicated the Narnia books to him and named Lucy after Barfield’s daughter. Barfield was a philosopher who started out with Theosophy and developed his own version of it.

According to Theosophy, the God of the Bible is a tyrant, and Lucifer (the devil) came to rescue mankind from him. Even this dark view of God shows up in C.S. Lewis’ writings.

After his wife Joy died, Lewis wrote “A Grief Observed,” a book describing his thoughts and emotional struggles as a result of her death. The dark Theosophical view of God shows up in this book, as shown in the following quotations. “
Supposing the truth were ‘God always vivisects’?”[dissects the living body of (an animal). ] (C.S. Lewis, “A Grief Observed,” New York: Bantam Books, The Seabury Press, 1963, p. 33)  
“Is it rational to believe in a bad God? Anyway, in a God so bad as all that? The Cosmic Sadist, the spiteful imbecile?” (“A Grief Observed,” p. 35)
Lewis didn'’t stay there. He vacillated between despair and hope. But in his moments of agony and despair, the Theosophical view of God came back to haunt him.

There is another problem with C.S. Lewis. I read all of his books, and I do not recall any place where he treated Scripture as being authoritative. He may have done it, but if he did, it was not done often enough, or clearly enough, or strongly enough, to stand out in my memory. Lewis'’ theology seems to be based primarily on human reasoning (including evolution and Freudian psychology). Some people have called him a “Christian humanist.”

Beware of C.S. Lewis' HERESIES
Kevin D Young's review of Mere Christianity discussed
Beware of Narnia
By Cobblestone Road Ministries
The Death of Aslan - Another Gospel

The sacrifice of Aslan is not a biblical allegory at all. Aslan dies for the obvious sinner but yet Jesus died for ALL people; for all people are sinners- whosoever receives Him as Savior will have eternal life. The battle is won. Jesus is the Victor. The premise of the book is that the white witch has rightful ownership of Edmund, the traitor.

The Deep Magic-- the magic that holds Narnia together-- requires that every traitor be handed over to the White Witch. Aslan negotiates with the White Witch for the release of Edmund, the traitor.[Jesus does NOT negotiate ! ]In Narnia, the lion, Aslan, dies as a hero for one person-- Edmund, but in REALITY the Lord Jesus died for all people because ALL PEOPLE ARE SINNERS. Where is this biblical message found in the so-called C.S. Lewis allegory? Narnia does not address the sin nature of mankind.

Romans 3:23: For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;

In Narnia: Lucy, Susan, and Peter are indeed sinners but yet Aslan does not die for them. Narnia preaches the ultimate Satanic lie-- "that if one is good, one does not need a Savior." In Narnia, only Edmund needs saving. The Narnia Series is New Age philosophy at its finest. God's Word tells us that even all liars shall have their part in the Lake of Fire and that one must receive Christ Jesus as Savior to escape the judgment.

Romans 3:10: As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:

Romans 5:8-9: But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, being now justified by his blood, we shall be saved from wrath through him.

John 3:17-18: For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

Revelation 21:8: But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.

How can a Christian possibly think that C.S. Lewis approaches Narnia from a biblical viewpoint? Do you recognize the dangers of likening God's Word to a book written by a mere man? The prophecies of the Bible are REAL-- not "deep magic" , as in Narnia. If one wants to compare God's Holy Word to Narnia then they are blaspheming God's Word. Remember that Narnia was written for children. How dangerous this series becomes for a child who is taken in by this story! How dangerous to read a story where a perverted concept of God is introduced. God did not create Narnia. God created the earth.

Hebrews 1:10: "And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands..."

The earth is not an imaginary place but is VERY real. How presumptuous of man to conjure up in his puny mind the notion that such obvious occultic material could remotely resemble the PURE gospel message found in the Bible!


Narnia is a fantasy world shrouded in occult symbols, mythological creatures, violence, and uncertainty. It opens the door into an imaginary world where the REAL devil is nowhere to be found and the REAL Savior-- the Lord Jesus-- the name above every name-- is nowhere to be found. Narnia leaves the door wide open for entrance into the occult. It is the spirit of antichrist. Remember that the antichrist, too, shall be resurrected during the Tribulation period. (see Revelation 13)

In Narnia, Aslan, after his resurrection explains that, although the witch knew the Deep Magic, there is Deeper Magic from before the dawn of time that is even more powerful. The Bible tells us the antichrist shall be a "king" and one that understands "dark sentences" :

Daniel 8:23-25: And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up. And his power shall be mighty, but not by his own power: and he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall prosper, and practise, and shall destroy the mighty and the holy people. And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.

It is not difficult to imagine that many in the Tribulation period, who have read the Narnia series or seen the film, will associate the antichrist with Aslan. Before Aslan departs to the Stone Table, he says to the eldest, Peter, "The future of Narnia rests on your courage..." Yet that is exactly what the antichrist will tell the armies of the world-- as they do his bidding...leading his followers into the "new age". The Bible tells us that Jesus is already the Victor. He won the victory through His death, burial and resurrection. Our actions, as Believers, do not determine the future of God's Kingdom. Nothing rests upon our courage. In fact, the bible tells us that without Jesus, we can do nothing. It is God who enables us to walk the Christian walk and to live the Christian life. The Holy Spirit abides within us.

1 Corinthians 15:57: But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

We have faith and full confidence in Jesus alone. The Bible says that Jesus will destroy the antichrist and the armies of the world.

Revelation 19:15-16, 20,21: And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS... And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone. And the remnant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, which sword proceeded out of his mouth: and all the fowls were filled with their flesh.


We must understand that Satan's goal is always to twist and distort the Word of God. Whether in religious writings or allegorical tales, his goal is always the same-- to twist the Bible.
In Narnia, the Stone Table has within it carved the words of the deep magic, this slab of gray stone is the place where the children must journey to meet Aslan in Narnia. Why a stone table?

In the book, "Journey into Narnia" , author Kathryn Lindskoog notes, "The stone that is lowest at Stonehenge is called the stone of sacrifice because people suspect that humans were bound and stabbed there in evil ceremonies thousands of years ago.... It's almost certain that Stonehenge gave Lewis the idea of the Stone Table."

In Narnia, Aslan negotiates with the white witch. Yet in reality, the plan of salvation is non-negotiable. Jesus, who is God, the Second Person of the Trinity, does not negotiate with anyone. God does not make deals with devils or peoples. God is Sovereign. Jesus did not negotiate with the devil before going to the cross to die for mankind. Salvation was God's plan to redeem man back to Himself before the foundations of the earth were ever laid.

In Narnia, Aslan’s father is the author of the "Deep Magic" and the "Deeper Magic." Yet in reality, we know that Jesus is the AUTHOR and FINISHER of our Faith. He, as God, never had a beginning. He co-existed with the Heavenly Father from all eternity. In John, chapter 1, we know that Jesus is Creator.

1 Peter 1:18-21: Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers; But with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot: Who verily was foreordained before the foundation of the world, but was manifest in these last times for you, Who by him do believe in God, that raised him up from the dead, and gave him glory; that your faith and hope might be in God.

The New Age Churchianity has no faith or hope in the God of the Bible. One who has faith in the Lord believes the Bible and holds God's Word in his heart-- forsaking the world. The "New Age Christianity" has to do with sight, rather than faith. What is emerging in these Last Days is a faithless "Churchianity" that bases its beliefs upon experience rather than true biblical knowledge. A religion that welcomes all "new ideas" in its quest for truth and purpose. Such people will welcome the antichrist with open arms because they will see the miracles and the good that he will do. They will not recognize the Satanic deception and will believe THE LIE because they rejected the truth of the Bible.

The devil is the master of deception. He is also the master of religion. Satan cares not that you believe in a god. Satan does not care if you go to church or even get "enlightened". He does not care if you believe in Heaven. The devil does not care that you believe in hell. The devil cares not about your theological degree. He does not care what one believes in-- as long as they do not believe in the Jesus of the Bible. The world becoming religious or Hollywood producing so-called "religious" or "spiritual" films is not to be hailed as a triumph over evil.

The devil has many false-christ figures in his various religions. The devil has charities, humanitarian efforts, rehabilitation programs. The devil is into spirituality. In Eden, he told Eve that "you shall be like gods..." The deceiver does not care how he gets you, as long as he gets you in the end. His train is a one way ticket to hell with many train cars for whatever floats your boat.

It is IMPOSSIBLE for one to get saved unless he hears the Gospel preached to him. The devil distracts men from the Truth.

2 Corinthians 4:4: In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.


In the Lion, Witch and Wardrobe, Narnia is under a curse of a continual winter. This curse can only be broken if all four children take their places on four thrones, assigned to them as sons of Adam and daughters of Eve. [The Bible does not says that true believers are the sons and daughters of human sinners. Praise God! We are told that we are the sons and daughters of God!]

In real life, Jesus will sit as King upon the Throne of His father and those in Christ shall reign with Him forever. What Narnia preaches is the concept that evil can be overcome with human government. It also projects the concept that without the power of the four children, evil would prevail. Yet in reality, all power, glory and honor belongs to God.

The devil wants God's Throne: "I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High..." Isaiah 14:13

One of Lewis' rhymes in the story: When Adam's flesh and Adam's bone.
Sits at Cair Parvel in throne,
The evil time will be over and done

Nowhere in Scripture will one find 4 thrones mentioned. Yet in Tarot card reading, four thrones are found. In Narnia, we hear of "deep magic" and strange prophecies of "Sons of Adam, daughters of Eve sitting upon the four thrones". In reality, any Tarot card reader will tell you that where you will hear about "four thrones" is in tarot card readings.

The reality is that when Jesus shall reign, then and ONLY then shall there be lasting peace. He is the Conquering King and Him alone! Yet in Narnia, lasting peace comes when the children sit on their thrones ! The old serpent said, "Ye shall be as gods..." Genesis 3:5