Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince

Video Game - 2009 | Xbox 360.
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Create magical potions with Professor Slughorn; join the Gryffindor duelling club; perfect your Quidditch skills; relive the action of the movie.
Publisher: Redwood City, CA : Electronic Arts, c2009.
Edition: Xbox 360.
Branch Call Number: TEEN Xbox 360
Characteristics: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (25 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.)


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Aug 19, 2012

I wrote a comment to this item, but somehow it just dissappeared. In that comment I called the attention to the graphics, which show male sexes in erection as water spouts at the porch roof all around the inside court of Hogwarts. This is because the H.P. story is not fiction: it's historical fiction, and it's a programmed writing to present as "fiction" the real history of the most ancient super-religion, which is a fertility cult and Sun-Star-and Nature-worshipping. This was the religion of Ancient Egypt, and all the other religions that came after it were derived from that religion, which worshipped Amen-Ra, the Sun-God, as well as the Morning Star, Sirius. The male sexes of the Sun-God Amen are the obelisks you can see in every big city all over the world, and this signals the presence of Wizards, who are adepts of that religion. The Morning Star of the Pharaohs is the five-pointed star, and again, you can see it everywhere around: on the Sapporo Beer, the Heineken Beer, Virgin Radio, San Pellegrino drinks - it's also the star of Communism in red color and the star of Capitalism in white. You can see it even on military vehicles, if you have eyes. This is because since millennia the elites of the Wizards' Mystery Religion built up and ruled our systems, and the Muggle crowd was unaware of this, because they gave them other religions, which were also derived from the Sun-Star worshipping cult, but this fact is camouflaged in them. Amen is none other than the name of the ancient Egyptian Sun-God. The Wizards who rule our world today are the descendants of the Babylonian Brotherhood, which did not disappear when Cyrus (Sirius), the Persian King dispersed them. They just changed places and robes. Everything in the H.P. story means something else than the dramatized fictional story, but everything behind the story is for real, and it's the real history of the above-mentioned religion. The slogans Harry quotes are the real slogans of that Mystery religion, the history of which is described in a covert way in the H.P. story. The writer supposed nobody of the Muggle Crowd of ordinary people will realize the double talk in it, but I did, because, by chance, I happened to read some books, which said some details which I discovered to pop up systematically in the H.P. story. Read the book: "Solomon's Power Brokers" available in the Burnaby Public Library. The Big Four ( Houses) of Hogwarts really exist, only they are not schools for young but secretive Orders for adult males, and no woman can set foot into them. Read David Allen Rivera's book: "Final Warning" if you want to know about those "Houses" (at least the dominant 3 of them.) As you see, the red 5-pointed star of Communism (the Morning star, Sirius) is the same as the white 5-pointed star of Capitalism, so both systems were created and ruled by the same Wizard order, ergo, the Cold War was a sham to keep the Muggles on the two sides in fear of each other. Lenin was sent from London and financed by Wall Street bankers to conquer Russia and put Western agents in ruling position there. The "Rule of Wizards over Muggles" is realized by cunning, and the Muggles don't see the scheme behind the events. Comrade - oh, pardon - Lord Gorbachev is a Wizard himself. The H.P. story is a mockery into the face of the Muggle crowd, who dumbly believes all of it is "just fiction." But there stand the Sun-columns and there are the male sexes in the Half-Blood game, proving that there is a connection, which the Muggles look at but don't see nothing, as they say several times in the H.P. story.

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