Christmas is coming and a popular movie for many people is to watch “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” It’s a movie with sweet children and a lousy plotline threatens to abolish Christmas. It was written by Christian evangelist C.S. Lewis who has no mercy for witches. (Read about his background sometime.) It is also a cautionary tale for any atheist or non-Christian to adopt a “live and let live” attitude. Let’s all take a deep accepting breath and let the nativity scenes stay at our local civic centers, okay?
An excerpt from The Good Wiccan Guide – Part One: Introduction and Popular Mythology.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Published in 1950, this is the most popular and well known of “the Chronicles of Narnia,” a series of seven fantasy novels written by C.S. Lewis. The White Witch in the story is surprisingly not a good witch. She is served by all sorts of dark energy creatures and is responsible for freezing Narnia for 100 years without Christmas! Bad witch! The Chronicles of Narnia were made into movies in 2005, 2008 and 2010
This is a strictly anti-witch Christian allegory, there is not nice stuff said about the witch and she must die in the end. What a waste.