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Unlock the secrets of the Harry Potter series! Explore the symbols and themes in the books of J.K. Rowling.

Customer Reviews

Very Informative

This is a scholarly look at Harry Potter. Talks about the meanings behind various aspects of Harry Potter, like the origins of various names, themes in the books, etc. It's very interesting, but never long enough. Doesn't come out regularly so subscribe, and enjoy them when they do come out. Gives definite insight into choices JKR mdae in her books.

Great Podcast

This is an in-depth look of what symbols, characters, parallels, creatures mean in JKR's magical book. I am a hardcore HP fan and this podcast rocks. I couldn't believe how people can sometimes be so retarded, If you don't like it don't say "It sucks," A simple small rating will do. But as for me, I would recommend this to those who appreciate content over quantity. And one last thing, the book of all things, teaches us about LOVE and some of you (reviewers) are promoting HATE. What would Harry Potter feel about that?

Excellent, only Infrequent

Many people have stated a concern regarding the infrequency of this podcast. I have to agree that this would be my only complaint. Those who complain about the content do not seem to understand the point of the podcast. Fr. Roderick takes the time to point out references and parallels between the Harry Potter and the real world (secular or not). The complaints of "jumping around" and "silly comparisons" are actually quite ingenious if one listens to the podcast. This podcast does not cater to those who do not wish to see the parallels, and are only concerned with Harry Potter as 100% canon (which is, realistically impossible). It is also not appropriate for those who have an adamant disapproval of religion (specifically or in general). This is an excellent podcast for anyone who wishes to understand the Harry Potter series in a more critical fashion. Well done, Fr. Roderick!!

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