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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – Torrent Download

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Storyline: When the Pevensie family are evacuated out to the country, they are unaware of the adventure they will encounter. During a game of hide and seek, the youngest daughter, Lucy (Henley) discovers a wardrobe which transports her to the land of Narnia. Covered in snow, Narnia is full of weird and wonderful creatures, but is watched over by the evil White Witch, Jadis (Swinton). When all four Pevensie children end up through the wardrobe, they discover that it was meant to be, as two daughters of Eve and two sons of Adam must join with the mighty lion, Aslan (Neeson) to defeat the evil White Witch.

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16 thoughts on “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – Torrent Download

  1. Good day,
    Good write ups & exposing for pagan holidays, apparently you don’t know about this movie.
    And many are deceived by it, you may read below, the Pastor that wrote the article was an ex occultist.

    “The Witchcraft of the Narnia Chronicles

    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 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. In witchcraft and ancient Roman pagan mythology, a faun 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.

    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. 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… 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 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. 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

    Published By:
    Last Trumpet Ministries
    PO Box 806
    Beaver Dam, WI 53916


  2. David Meyer is a hard-core Calvinist, hardly a theologically pure position, so no one should get too excited over his rants about other people’s theologies.

    C.S. Lewis is not revered in Christian circles for nothing; the man was a profoundly gifted thinker and writer and promoted the veracity of the Bible. Yes, he was, before he was saved, steeped in medieval literature and was familiar with realms of thought foreign to most people, Christian or otherwise. This naturally influenced his thinking for the rest of his life and that is how it is with all of us. Lewis was not writing sacred script, he was writing fantasy literature in the Chronicles and he did it with an eye toward urging people towards Christ but not in an explicit manner which, if people wanted, they could easily go to the nearest church to get. We know how often that happens, right?

    Lewis was honest enough to face certain questions raised by scripture and not be afraid to ask what many would ask if they were as honest. Mr. Meyer can not answer many difficult questions people have when reading the Bible, though no doubt he has perfected subterfuge and obfuscation when confronted. One must be good at those to continue to defend Calvinism.

    We need not fear C.S. Lewis or his work. I’m confident satanic covens are not heavily recruiting from the ranks of those who love his writings.


  3. Is that a reason to reject the warning given in first place,I watched the movie and there’s nothing to deal with the bible,it’s just about magic! look sam,for c.s lewis being revered does not mean he was in the truth.


  4. Sorry Joe.that you do not see that Paul used his knowledge of his time to help you see. Through animals of his day 2000 years later. My question to you is how do you choose to explain in his past how our future is today. cars, lights,the Internet which you choose to use at your whim. You tell me how to explain this to Paul. and Joe GOD BLESS YOU IN A MIGHTY WAY WITH UNDERSTANDING. PS Pray to the Lord about it. GOD BLESS.


    • Well if you’d read about… what is the story and what was the inspiration to write the books, then you’ll find out that it has lots in common with the bible… Lewis was christian and he wrote book for kids to show them Jesus in another point of view. The best will be if you’ll actually read the books than speaking about something you have no idea about… learn than speak…


  5. i agree remove the movie.i am beginning to question the motives of this site.no matter how good an author he is christians have no business watching or reading materials that promote witch craft.


  6. I have watch all the Chronicles of Narnia movies, even this above, and shared it with my friends who are Grown spiritually and the Christian lessons i learned from this movie is quite overwhelming, all the people i shared with told me the same… I see how people cant see many spiritual lessons, they just watch movies for entertainment. You got to be lead to see the truth. I read these comment above before watching the movie after a Pastor whom were sharing the Word told me about one of the spiritual lessons he learned from the 3rd movie the Voyage of the dawn trader…. where they went to look for the swords and were tempted and he said that that’s the same way we are tempted in our Christian life, where there is a sword(what we are ment to find) there there are earthly treasures to distract us… so i got interested. when i read the above comments i was discouraged and didn’t download the movies, i took several weeks, and began to see comments even on my facebook page detailed explanation of the movies, they repeated several times in a short period that i thought, wow am being directed to watch these movies. and i tell you when i watched them, i found out that may can miss the greatest treasures in life by just listerning to others rather than finding out for themselves… The Bible encourages us not to Judge, but to taste and see that the Lord is Good, i stopped judging people before hearing them…
    by the way C.S Lewis wrote those books for free, he didn’t write them for money….
    check how he began and the cost he paid before you comment…..


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