via Conspiracy School
by David Livingstone
Oct 14, 2018
With the popularity of the series amongst children, it is clear that the public fail to recognize the extensive overt occult and even Satanic symbolism employed in J.K. Rowling’s blockbuster Harry Potter series. Fundamentally, Rowling’s fictional Harry Potter universe parallels the occult ideology of the Nazis, where a race of “pure-bloods” supremacists, analogues of the Aryans, of the Wizarding World, comprising of an Illuminati or separate shadow society where magic is and practised, who keep themselves hidden from the non-magical humans, known as Muggles. Originally the two worlds co-existed. However, as is typical for occult rationalizations for their secrecy, practitioners of magic had suffered persecution over the centuries, leading them to choose to operate in the shadows. However, pure-blood supremacists must avoid miscegenation with the mongrel race of Muggles, or risk diluting the purity of their blood which is a measure of a wizard’s magical ability.
However, Rowling’s familiarity with Nazi ideology may be more than a passing coincidence. John Hamer, author of The Falsification of History, has reported that he had been in contact with a “mystery man” who made some astounding assertions that reveal some of the fascist sources for the series. The man, who claimed to be the father of Rowling’s child, asserted that he was the grandson of Adolf Hitler and Unity Mitford, of the notorious Mitford sisters, who achieved contemporary notoriety for their controversial and stylish lives. While their feuds were made very public, in private the sisters got along very well.