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About Harry Potter (not for muggles)
What Every Kid Should Know

P.D. Moore
Softback
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BOOK SUMMARY
The history of a special race under a powerful Curse.

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BOOK SYNOPSIS
Until the deception of their ancestors into the service of ENKI the people of MURDUK had a proud and noble ancestry, from which the young man called Harry had descended.

The people of Salem are the only ones left from the chosen race that have not given their allegiance to ENKI and still remain faithful to the great 'I AM' and his Son Emman. And it is for that reason that the children and young people of Salem are made the special target of ENKI's deceptions and concealed hatred. If he could win them over to his cause, or instil his values in their minds while they are young, he would most certainly gain control over the entire race of Salem, as he has over the people of MURDUK.

Thus the children and young people of the race of Salem require special protection in the form of powerful supernatural beings, called Seraphs'ââ‚'‚¬Ã…¡--¢â‚'ƒâ€šÃ‚¬--†â€™ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…¡--¢â‚'ƒâ€šÃ‚¦. Although the MURDUKs are close descendants and often blood relatives of the race of Salem, they have allowed themselves to succumb to ENKI's powerful spell of self-delusion and are now his 'mindless' slaves. This condition of self-delusion, they are led to believe, is the highest state of enlightenment. ENKI, the Lord of Darkness, and the Evil One, wants them to think he doesn't really exist and, that everything they do are of their own free will.

But all is not lost. As a result of the work of one of the Seraphs, sent by the great being, there has been a spiritual awakening and rediscovery of the ways of 'I AM'.

BOOK EXCERPTS
Barry was in the middle of explaining to Jacky what he had been reading about, when suddenly, Jacky looking over his shoulder and shouted,
'I say, aren't you that kid who acts in the next Harry Potter film?'
He nodded politely to acknowledge Jacky's recognition of him.
Jacky put her hand to her mouth and was beside herself when she screamed, 'Mark Potter. It's Mark Potter; I can't believe it. I didn't think someone as famous as you would even consider coming to a joint like this!'
Barry sat looking rather embarrassed by Jacky's over exuberance.
'Well, it's not exactly posh or the kind of place where you expect to find a celebrity.'
'Well, I am not exactly what you would term a celebrity; but my cousin Harry is,' said Mark.
'You mean Harry; Harry is your cousin?' Jacky blurted out, almost turning over her table. 'Did you hear that Barry, Harry Potter of the books and films?'
'Yeh, in fact he's my first cousin and best friend,' Mark replied coolly.
She wondered if Mark might have some special insight into the occurrences at her home.
Jacky began to explain to Mark about the strange 'entity' sharing her house.
'Not unlike the 'entities' that haunted the School of Witchcraft,' she said.
At the School,' he said, my cousin Harry, and I knew that certain entities, or 'spirits' often tried to make contact with the kids there. In fact we had been encouraged to communicate with such spirits by our 'wise' Professor,'.. 'The last time I saw a supernatural 'spirit' manifestation was only a year ago.'
'Really?' said Jacky.
'So tell us the story then Mr Mark Potter, go on!' Jacky insisted.
'Well,' said Mark. 'On the eleventh day of September,
Holly, a maid at the School and a close friend of Harry, heard at the dinning room door, several dismal groans, like someone at the very point of death.'
'I heard that it was like the groans of someone sucking for breath,' interrupted.
'It was like the sound of groans of someone sucking for breath?' Mark continued.
'At first we thought it was Mr Turnstil,' Mark replied. 'He sometimes visits us at sundown. We paid little heed to Molly's fears and indeed endeavoured to talk her out of them. I had little real belief in 'ghosts' anyway and defied anything to frighten me.'
'So was it Mr Turnstil,' asked Jacky.
'No. When we looked in the room and through the window unto the outside there was nothing.
'But you didn't hear anything yourself?' inquired Barry.
'Not that night. I believed nothing of it till about a fortnight after that particular set of noises. The first time I heard it, it was just after sunset, when Harry and I were studying our transfiguration magic.'
'I want to know' said Barry, 'apart from Harry's imagination, whether anything was actually seen by anyone, you know any spirits? Maybe it was only a badger', concluded Barry.
'No, it was not,'Mark insisted.

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MORE BOOK INFO
ISBN: 0954359631
ISBN(13-digit): 9780954359638
Copyright: 2003
Book Publisher: Lux-Verbi Books
Binding: Sewn
No. of Pages: 170
Paper Weight (lb): 80gs
Illustrations (B&W): 4
Coated Paper: Yes



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