“Chronicles of Narnia”…a Christian analogy?
At the release of the first CHRONICLE OF NARNIA movie, in 2006, and feeling uneasy about the way the movie was label as being a portrayal of our Lord Jesus Christ, I went about researching the origins of the book and author. My findings were shocking, and I feel compelled to share them with you.
It did not take long to uncover the truth about the Narnia books, which are anything but Christian. Research uncovered the fact that C. S. Lewis was an occultist, and wove these tendencies throughout all his stories. One of the most compelling articles we found on the Internet was written by Pastor David Meyer, a former witch, astrologer and occultist. Mr. Meyer clearly states (from his own experiences) that the Narnia books are recommended reading for witches, and goes on to explain why. One particular part of Mr. Meyer’s article brought to light a certain extract from the Narnia book, where Aslan leads the children, and strange creatures, in a wild, frenzied dance around a fire, chanting EUAN, EUAN, EU-OI-OI-OI. From his experiences as a witch, Mr. Meyer points out that it is a perfect description of a witches’ sabat of the Summer Solstice. Their strange chant is, in fact, a witch’s chant, used to call upon the power and presence of the god of addiction and drunkenness.
The release date of this new movie, was not surprising…..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.
Just one example of the wickedness weaved into Narnia, is Mr. Tumnus. Harmless fiction character? No! Mr. Tumnus is in the image of “Pan”, the pagan fertility god which Wiccan witches worship and adore worldwide. The image to the left pictures PAN, the pagan sex god. The firsat image below is a statue of the character, Mr. Tumnus, in NARNIA.
"It is likely that the demonized images of the incubus and even the horns and cloven hooves of Satan, as depicted in much Christian literature and art, were taken from the images of the highly sexual Pan.”
C. S. Lewis’s enticing pagan worlds were not inspired by God’s Word, or His Spirit. But rather, those stories grew from his lifelong obsession in the beliefs, values, rituals, languages and lifestyles of former pagan cultures. Even many years after professing to be a Christian, C. S. Lewis remained obsessed with the occult, and there is even documented proof that he believed Christianity and paganism were mutually supportive. Christians, who treat these Narnia books as being an allegory, see Aslan as representing the Lord Jesus Christ and the children portraying Christians. But in doing so, these Christians are telling our children that the Lord Jesus Christ is pleased with magic and the working of spells. Such Christians also support the idea that there are GOOD spells and GOOD magic. This belief is the basis for modern WHITE WITCHCRAFT. In the Bible, God clearly forbids all forms of magic.
There shall not be found among you [any one] that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, [or] that useth divination, [or] an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things [are] an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.
In my studies, I also uncovered truths about C. S. Lewis’s real beliefs. “Lewis characterized some of the Psalms as fatal, confusion, devilish, diabolical, contemptible, petty and vulgar.” ( refer to http://www.trinityfoundation.org/journal.php?id=103 ) Lewis believed that the Bible merely contained only SOME of God’s words, and that there were many mistakes and lies therein. How can we have faith in the writings of such a man that does not believe that the Bible is the Word of God? How can we allow him to have any influence over our children when he teaches such a lie?
In light of all I know about Lewis and his mythological stories, I feel that it is inappropriate to be showing such a movie to children. Not only is this movie a poor witness to the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, but in 1 Thess 5:22, God says that we are abstain from all appearances of evil. As a Christian mother, I refuse to allow my children to watch this movie, especially when they are so young and vulnerable. How can any professed Christian endorse such a demonic movie as NARNIA? Yet, Christians all across the world are praising this evil movie which promotes Satan. Look again at the photo of Tumnus….he has the Devil's horns coming out of his head. In NARNIA, Tumnus is one of the good characters. Is this a coincidence? No….Satan is working poison into the minds of our children. 1st Samuel 15:23 declares that witchcraft is a SIN. What if Harry Potter were guilty of immoral sex or cold-blooded murder? Don't you accept the Biblical teaching that witchcraft is also a wicked sin? Sadly, I feel that many Christians have been de-sensitised by worldliness, and it is so tragic that sin is no longer recognised as sin!
It is my prayer that bringing this truth about the Narnia books to your attention will convict you, and give you second thoughts about sharing the Narnia books with your grand/children. The movies do not glorify our Saviour, but rather praise the wickedness of Satan, witchcraft and the occult.
Written by Lee Lambert