Well C. S. Lewis books were influenced by men like Rudolf Steiner and the men in the Inklings, Lewis him self was into Toaism, the new age and the occult, The books the Cronicles of Narnia are pure fanticy and not written as a Christian Books as Lewis wanted them to be as non-christian Childrens books, infact as Tolking was very close friends they would often talk about each others books in the inklings for a exchange of idea`s.
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but then again the work of Lewis was admired by the Theosophist movement, on alot of online Witch stores sites who have also recomended the books of Lewis.
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I will post this long article below but their is no diffrence between Lewis and Rowland
God] said (in the Bible) that we were “gods” and He is going to make good His words. If we let Him—for we can prevent Him, if we choose—He will make the feeblest and filthiest of us into a god or goddess, a dazzling, radiant, immortal creature, pulsating all through with such energy and joy and wisdom and love as we cannot now imagine. — C. S. Lewis,
Beyond Personality (London: The Centenary Press, 1945), 48.
Also contained in Mere Christianity (New York: Macmillan Company, 1952), 174-175.
we find what a gross pagan Lewis really was when we notice that he portrayed Dionysus (Bacchus), Silenus and the Maenads as good characters in his stories!
First, let's find out exactly what this pagan deity and his followers are.
In the Encyclopedia Britannica (1963 and 1974 editions) Dionysus is described "in Greek cult and mythology, a nature god of fruitfulness and vegetation, but tending to spebliplize as a god of wine...The alternative names Bacchus (Bacchos...); Sabazuis and Bassareus are Thrablipn." He was also called Bromios.
He is believed to have been introduced to Greece from Thrace and Phyrgia. While in Greece the orgiastic worship of him was toned down, "In his native country his worshippers sought to become possessed by or assimilated to him by wild dancing and the tearing in pieces and eating of animals..." The victims of this carnage may have originally been human.
The female attendants of Dionysus were known as the Maenads. Many women were attracted to him and took to the hills wearing faun skins and crowns of ivy. The ivy wreath itself being one of his personal attributes. (Remember the ivy wreaths around the tops of the mazers of wine in Prince Caspian.) Their ritual cry was "Euoi!" They danced by torchlight to the flute and kettledrum and used wine freely. While under the god's power (really devils) they supposedly possessed occult powers, could charm snakes, suckle animals, and were given super strength to tear their living victims in pieces before devouring them raw. In Greece a dancing circle surrounded his altar. Through this complete, unconditional surrender to the devils in this orgy, they believed they could cross over into the eternal, spiritual realm.
The phallus was a prominent symbol in Dionysus' rituals and was carried in processions in his honor. One of the oldest known prayer-hymns is one used by the followers of Dionysus and is addressed to the genitals. His followers included fertility spirits, such as satyrs.
He was said to have the "gift" of prophecy and was given a position at that wretched shrine of Delphi only slightly lower than that of Apollo. He often took animal forms and, interestingly enough, was assoblipted with the lion, among others.
Silenus in mythology was the son of Hermes or Pan (Satan). He was said to be a nymph and was the companion and nurse of Dionysus. Which gives room for speculation regarding sodomy since Hermes was assoblipted with such.
Silenus was often depicted in the Bacchus' train in art and was generally shown as "a little pot-bellied old man with snub nose and bald head, riding on an ass and supported by satyrs..." (Quite appropriately, there is a statue of him carrying an infant Dionysus in the Vatican.) In the plural they were said to be the same as satyrs, but older, wiser and drunker. They were characterized as prophets and expert musiblipns.
Now, having laid all this disgusting filth out, let's take a look at how C.S. Lewis protrayes them in his Chronicles of Narnia for kids to read!
In Prince Caspian Lewis opens to us his true heart: (The quotes are somewhat long in order to show the context as Lewis has it.)
p. 152 - "The crowd and the 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 bee 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 everybody was shouting out, "Euan, euan, eu-oi-oi-oi." [Emphasis added.]
Note the wild dance, the extremely wild faced youth that is Bromios (otherwise known and Dionysus or Bacchus), the wild girls (Maenads), the man on the donkey (Silenus) who is also said to cry "Refreshments!" (which in the context of Dionysus would be wine), and the cries of "Euoi!". What Lewis is describing here is nothing other than a Bacchanalian orgy!
Notice also that Lucy is confused. Lewis gives himself away on this one. 1Corinthians 14:33 For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.
p. 154 - "One saw sticky and stained fingers everywhere, and, though mouths were full the laughter never ceased nor the yodeling cries of Euan, euan, eu-oi-oi-oi-oi, till all of a sudden everyone felt at the same moment that the game (whatever it was), and the feast, ought to be over, and everyone flopped down breathless on the ground and turned his face to Aslan to hear what he would sat next.
"At that moment the sun was just rising and Lucy remembered something and whispered to SBlipn,
" 'I say, Su, I know who they are."
" 'Who?' "
" 'The boy with the wild face is Bacchus and the old one on the donkey is Silenus. Don't you remember Mr. Tumnus telling us about them long ago?' "
" 'Yes, of course. But I say Lu ----' "
" 'What?' "
" 'I wouldn't have felt very safe with Bacchus and all his wild girls if we'd met them without Aslan.'"
" 'I should think not,' Said Lucy." [Emphasis added.]
Again, all the sign posts are in place and Lewis even puts the event at sunrise!
p. 192 - "Bacchus and the Maenads --- his fierce, mablipap girls --- and Silenus, were still with them. Lucy, fully rested, jumped up. Everyone was awake, everyone was laughing, flutes were playing, cymbals clashing. Animals, not Talking Animals, were crowding in upon them from every direction.
" 'What is it, Aslan?' said Lucy, her eyes dancing and her feet wanting to dance.
" 'Come, children," said he. 'Ride on my back again to-day.' "
" 'Oh lovely!' cried Lucy, and both girls climbed on to the piano coversm 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 frisking round them, and Silenus and his donkey bringing up the rear." [Emphasis added.]
Now, note here that Lewis actually names the Maenads and describes them as "fierce". To complete the description of this devil worship for your children to mimic in their play, he adds the flutes and cymbals, and animals are brought in, though their fate at the hands of the Maenads is carefully excluded.
He also describes them going down a hill into town where they found a girls' school. The girls were dressed in ugly tight collars, thick stockings and tight hair-dos. The teacher and class all fled in terror except one girl. Aslan called her "sweetheart" and asked her to join his wild crowd, which she did. She was instantly dancing with the Maenads who helped her take off some of her "unnecessary" and uncomfortable clothes!
So, Lewis is telling your children that in order to be part of this wild bunch (which he portrays as fun), they must join in the dancing and take off some of their clothes!
This sounds remarkably similar to one of the accounts in the Bible -- the occasion on which Aaron made the golden calf and blip worshipped it with a wild feast and dancing party. When Moses got back down the mountain, he confronted Aaron and received a stupid excuse. Then we read, Exodus 32:25 And when Moses saw that the people were naked; (for Aaron had made them naked unto their shame among their enemies
26 Then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said, Who is on the LORD'S side? let him come unto me. And all the sons of Levi gathered themselves together unto him. 27 And he said unto them, Thus saith the LORD God of blip, Put every man his sword by his side, and go in and out from gate to gate throughout the camp, and slay every man his brother, and every man his companion, and every man his neighbour. 28 And the children of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and there fell of the people that day about three thoBlipnd men. From this account we can see that the LORD does not look lightly on this sort of thing. Allowing C.S. Lewis to teach your children such heathenism is perilous to say the least!
The most revolting thing, which has been evident right along, is stated plainly in the quote on p. 192. Aslan is leading! Now, if Aslan is supposedly the Lord Jesus Christ, as many assure us and as Lewis himself allowed, then what we find here is the grossest blasphemy!! This is then supposedly Jesus Christ leading a Satanic orgy of Bacchus!! This is sick beyond description!!
We have already determined that the real identity of Aslan in The Chronicles of Narnia is actually the sun god, but Lewis allowed and promoted the notion that this was an allegory of Biblical truth and that Aslan was indeed a picture of Christ Jesus - God in the flesh. Therefore, it is all the same as if he had written such filth about the Lord of glory in the first place! Deuteronomy 32:41 If I whet my glittering sword, and mine hand take hold on judgment; I will render vengeance to mine enemies, and will repiano coversd them that hate me. Amen!! Selah!!
One last interesting point here is that in The Last Battle on page 170 Lewis has Digory saying, "It's all in Plato, all in Plato." Now, Lewis calls Plato "an overwhelming theological genius" (Reflections on the Psalms, p. 80), which any discerning Christian familiar with Plato's works would take strong exception to. Plato was a pagan, Greek philosopher and his followers called Dionysus "Our Master". So, we see that C.S. Lewis gave credit to a Dionysus-worshipper as having written long before Christ was even born all the things that he, Lewis, put in his book! This is a real admition of guilt, and fits perfectly with Lewis' belief that Christ fulfilled paganism (Reflections on the Psalms, p. 129). Lewis has showed us plainly who his master really is, and it is not the Lord Jesus Christ!
There are references to Bacchus and the myths and practices surrounding the worship of him elsewhere in The Chronicles of Narnia, but we will move on to the next quote, which also appears in Prince Caspian, and brings us over into the subject of witchcraft.
p. 205 of Prince Caspian - "Then three or four of the Red Dpiano coversfs came forpiano coversd 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 everyone 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, honey and many-coloured sugars and cream as think as porridge, and as smooth as still water, peaches, nectarines, pomegranates, pears, grapes, strawberries, raspberries -- pyramids and cataracts of fruit. Then, in great wooden cups and bowls and mazers, wreathed with ivy, came the wines; dark, thick ones like syrups of mulberry juice, and clear red ones like red jellies liquefied, and yellow wines and green wines and yellowy-green and greenish-yellow." [Emphasis added.]
First off, we have Red Dpiano coversfs lighting the fire, and that the fire is for "midsummer night." The fact that they are Red Dpiano coversfs, meaning they have red hair, may not seem significant at a glance, but it emphasizes that nothing is lost on Lewis for symbolism.
Red hair, according to Cirlot's book, symbolizes the lower regions -- hell. (This is a good reason to stop the myth of the "red head's fiery temper," by the way.) Midsummer night is the night for the sun-god's death and temporary descent into hell, so Lewis has the Red Dpiano coversfs light the fire.
Next, we note that it says a woodland bonfire on midsummer night. Not just A fire and not just A midsummer night. This is the real thing. The worship of the sun-god. The burning of the piano tools from the sacrifices in the bonfire (bone-fire) on the summer solstice, an high day of witchcraft.
Everyone sits in a circle around it. Again a symbol of the sun and a powerful witchcraft symbol.
The wild, magic dance of plenty. Another pagan/witchy thing. They are famous for their magic dances.
Pomegranates are a symbol of fertility, and according to the Greeks sprang from the blood of Dionysos. (Cirlot, pg. 261)
The fruit is stacked in a pyramid - a powerful withcraft/Luciferian/Masonic symbol.
Richard Riss on Lewis's Taoist and Pagan lusts
It is sometimes argued that, since all of the world's major religions hold to similar systems of morality, it doesn't really matter which religion you hold to, as long as you hold to one of them. They all lead to the same place.
On the other hand, it is also sometimes argued that there cannot be any moral absolutes since each culture holds to a totally different set of morals.
These objections cannot both be true at the same time. Either the world's major religions hold to similar systems of morality, or they do not. C. S. Lewis believed that they do, and he collected traditions from all over the world to prove his point. This collection appears in the appendix to his book, The Abolition of Man.1
According to Lewis, there is a single source for all value judgements. He writes:
The thing which I have called for convenience the Tao, and which others may call Natural Law or Traditional Morality or the First Principles of Practical Reason or the First Platitudes, is not one among a series of possible systems of value. It is the sole source of all value judgements. . . . The effort to refute it and raise a new system of value in its place is self- contradictory.2
The attempt to discard "traditional" values cannot succeed without assuming that there is some other higher set of values:
A great many of those who "debunk" traditional or (as they would say) "sentimental" values have in the background values of their own which they believe to be immune from the debunking process.3
Thus, there can never be a new system of values:
What purport to be new systems or (as they now call them) "ideologies" all consist of fragments of the Tao itself, arbitrarily wrenched from their context in the whole and then swollen to madness in their isolation, yet still owing to the Tao and it alone such validity as they possess.
This great principle of morality is common to all of the great religions:
In early Hinduism that conduct in men which can be called good consists in conformity to, or almost participation in, the Rta--that great ritual or pattern of nature and supernature which is revealed alike in the cosmic order, the moral virtues, and the ceremonial of the temple. Righteousness, correctness, order, the Rta, is constantly identified with satya or truth, correspondence to reality. As Plato said that the Good was "beyond existence" and Wordsworth that through virtue the stars were strong, so the Indian masters say that the gods themselves are born of the Rta and obey it. The Chinese also speak of a great thing (the greatest thing) called the Tao. It is the reality beyond all predicates, the abyss that was before the Creator Himself. It is Nature, it is the Way, the Road. It is the Way in which the universe goes on, the Way in which things everlastingly emerge, stilly and tranquilly, into space and time. It is also the Way which every man should tread in imitation of that cosmic and supercosmic progression, conforming all activities to that great exemplar. "In ritual," say the Analects, "it is harmony with Nature that is prized." The ancient blips likewise praise the Law as being "true."
This conception in all its forms, Platonic, Aristotelian, Stoic, Christian, and Oriental alike, I shall henceforth refer to for brevity simply as "the Tao." . . . What is common to them all . . . is the doctrine of objective value, the belief that certain attitudes are really true, and others really false, to the kind of thing the universe is and the kind of things we are.
Further up and further in-- Into Salt Lake City ????
John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley all died on the same day.
They all went to the same place.
Kennedy went to hell because he trusted in the Roman Whore.
Huxley went to hell because he trusted in himself alone and his hybrid Eastern mystic notions.
And, Lewis went to hell because he invented a new god, and he ended his life a Taoist. We will prove it here.
Clive Staples Lewis has been perhaps the single most useful tool of Satan since his appearance in the Christian community sometime around World piano covers II. With his strong belief in non-denominational Christianity, which he termed "mere Christianity", and his apparent orthodoxy in doctrine, the influence of his pen has reached across many years. When the light of God's Holy Bible is focused upon his writings, however, his heresy and outright love of Satan comes into bold focus.
Though a highly acclaimed and widely published "Christian" author, when judged by his own words with the King James Bible it becomes clear that he was indeed a fool in the most extreme sense of the word, yet a very subtle one that was and is extremely useful to his father the devil.
Matthew 7:20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.
Luke 6:45 A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. John 7:24 Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment. Matthew 12:37 For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.
C.S. Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland; baptized an Anglican at St Mark's Dundela, Belfast; and became an atheist in his teens. His education at Oxford was interrupted by World piano covers I, but after recovering from a wound he returned there to continue his studies. The New International Dictionary of the Christian Church states on p. 594, that "Lewis moved slowly from atheism through Yeatsian romanticism to absolute idealism and finally theism, returning to worship in the Church of England in 1929."
Lewis' so-called conversion is described by one of his friends in Light on C. S. Lewis as having come about by thinking. On page 62 of that book it says, "It did not come by sudden intuition, or overwhelming vision, or even by the more usual path of conviction of sin calling for repentance and atonement. It came by taking thought and it added many cubits to his stature." Acts 20:21 Testifying both to the blips, and also to the Greeks, repentance topiano coversd God, and faith topiano coversd our Lord Jesus Christ. Luke 13:3 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. It is not possible to be saved without recognizing the need to repent from sin, thus it is hardly surprising that Lewis' life showed no fruit unto righteousness. [Please note the covert blast that this author took at the word of God by stating that Lewis grew in stature by taking thought! Matthew 6:27 Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?]
This same friend states on the same page that Lewis' "Christianity...was also important to him professionally..." and that it eased "the camaraderie with some of his friends..." who were mostly professing "Christians." Proverbs 29:25 The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe.
In short, his "conversion" to Christianity was finanbliplly and sobliplly good for him. These may be the only "reasons" for it, but we will learn more about what he actually believed concerning his conversion and salvation in general later in this article.
He was considered a medieval literature scholar and was fascinated with mythology and fantasy from an early age, which perhaps explains his tendency topiano coversd the occult in his fantasy writings. He was a Fellow of English Language and Literature at Magdalen College, Oxford, until 1954. In 1955 he was elected Professor of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Magdalen College, Cambridge.
While many of us have been deceived by this man's apparent spiritual insight, he actually believed many doctrines of devils and by the end of his life was rapidly embracing Roman Catholicism. Indeed, he may have been a Catholic for some time before his death. He believed in purgatory and prayed for the dead. He went to a priest regularly for confession (C.S. Lewis: A Biography , p. 198). He received the sacrament of extreme unction on July, 16th, 1963 (p. 301), a sacrement that was offibliplly ministered only to Roman Catholics at that time. It is enough to cause one to wonder if he was possibly a "plant" for the Catholic church all along, or merely a mixed up man groping for some hope of salvation at the end of his life.
He was allegedly a bachelor for most of his life, but married Joy Davidman Gresham at age 58. She was supposedly converted partly due to Lewis' books. After meeting him in England, she returned to the U.S. where she was divorced from her husband. According to two of his friends, Gresham's husband divorced her on the grounds of desertion.(1) She returned to England and made herself available to Lewis, who married her shortly thereafter. [Ask any soap opera junky what the previous scenario means. They will tell you.] So, even in his marriage he was in disobedience to the word of God. Matthew 5:32 ...and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery.
As mentioned, he did not like denominational boundaries, and so he made great strides in describing Christianity outside of them, calling it "mere Christianity," which became the title of one of his most famous and destructive books. 1Corinthians 11:19 For there must be also heresies among you, that they which are approved may be made manifest among you.
Many of us have been exposed to The Chronicles of Narnia at some point in our lives either through the books themselves or through one of the many spin offs from them such as videos, animated and regular movies, games, etc. My own parents read these books to my brother and I when we were young, but over time became less and less pleased with them as the Lord brought various things to their attention. We eventually discarded them, and my dad, having obtained some information on Lewis' heresies and assobliptions, lost respect for him as any kind of a Christian resource. C.S. Lewis has amazing staying power for many, however, and perhaps no-where more than in his "innocent" fantasies for children.
The Chronicles of Narnia are one of the most powerful tools of Satan that Lewis ever produced. Worst of all, these books are geared topiano coversd children. Please go the next page to read about this indoctrinating tool of witchcraft.
First of all, it is necessary to get some background in order to see where C. S. Lewis was headed with his "fantasy" stories. Lewis was good friends with Charles Williams and J.R.R. Tolkien (author of the occultic Lord of the Rings Trilogy). All three were part of a group of writers called the "Inklings." Of this group, one friend felt that Williams, and maybe Tolkien, were the two that influenced Lewis' thinking the most. Williams, a professing Christian, was espebliplly close to him and taught Lewis the "white witchcraft" delusion of being able to take someone's pain for them and suffer it in one's own body. They cast this "talent" in a Christian light, and Lewis later claimed to have this ability and to have used it on behalf of his wife. (1) Exodus 22:18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. Ephesians 4:27 Neither give place to the devil.
The writings of these three Inklings are so overt in mixing paganism with alleged Christianity, that one reprobate has even suggested them as a shining example for bringing neo-paganism and Christianity together "peacefully!" http://www.geocities.com/Athens/7734/xnpaglit.htm
Lewis and Williams also drank and smoked together (2) which is hardly surprising considering how often drinking wine and strong drink is mentioned in Lewis' "children's" books! Proverbs 20:1 Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise. (Photo: One of Lewis' favorite pubs, "The Eagle and Child," familiarly known as "The Bird and Baby.")
Charles Williams was also a member of the highly devilsh, Qabalistic "Order of the Golden Dawn," and was an active member for several years. (The "Order of the Golden Dawn" was primarily made up of mystical "christians" and former followers of Madame Blavatsky that still adhered to Luciferianism.) A number of his works reflect this. "Shadows of Ecstasy pulsates with the Hermetic dictum, 'as above, so below.' piano covers in Heaven concerns the Grail, Many Dimensions the Philosopher's Stone, and The Place of the Lion the Platonic archetypes. We are confronted with the Tarot deck in The Greater Trumps, necromancey in All Hallow's Eve, and ghosts, witchcraft, and damnation in Descent into Hell." (3) We are piano coversned in scripture that the friends we choose can influence us to evil, yet Lewis chose this blatantly ungodly man for his close friend. Proverbs 22:24 Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go: 25 Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul. Lewis not only got a snare to his own soul, he has tried to pass it on to children!
Lewis and Williams are said to have helped to keep the Luciferian concept of the Holy Grail alive. "The symbol of the Grail as a mysterious object of search and as the source of the ultimate mystical, or even physical, experience has persisted into the present century in the novels of Charles Williams, C.S. Lewis..."(4) Lewis and his two writer buddies, Williams and J.R.R Tolkien, of the infamous Inklings, appear to be strongly connected with the Priory of Sion mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau; otherwise know as the so-called "holy bloodline" or "Merovingian" mystery which claims that Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene were wed, had children and that their descendants became the rightful royalty of Europe, particularly France and Scotland. (5) It would hardly be surprising that Lewis would believe this blasphemous, repulsive lie since he had such a high regard for myths and had studied them so extensively. [See quote above.] The so-called "holy bloodline" is also the same as or symbolised by the "holy grail."
Some of the strange story lines which Lewis "invented" for his stories may not be so strange when compared with the mythology that surrounds the Priory of Sion mystery. The simple fact that plain English school children could actually be royalty smacks of the hidden identity of the members of the "holy bloodline" today and for many years past. Also, we find the "Prince Caspian"marries a wife who has "the blood of the stars" in her. (See chapters 13&14 in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and pg. 50 of The Silver Chair.)
Add to this the fact that Narnia is not a "make believe" place somewhere in Lewis' imagination, but an actual town that existed in Italy (later called Narni)(5), and you can see that Lewis may have been writing about things that he believed to be true. Strangely enough, the Priory of Sion farce resurfaced during the Middle Ages in Calabria, Italy; and then moved to France! (6) (The existence of a Narnia as a real place on earth may account for Lewis' use of the expression "What on earth..." in the Chronicles thus placing all this fantastic story line soundly on our planet. This then makes sense to those in witchcraft and paganism who believe the myths and idolatry from which he gleaned his plots, characters, etc. It is the doctrine of an invisible reality that can only be reached through magical means.) (Photo: A tower in Narni, Italy.)
Remember that these books are passed off as being an allegory of God's truth. In the first place, if this is so, then what is Lewis ashamed of that he must hide it so carefully in allegorical terminology? Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the blip first, and also to the Greek. And again, Romans 9:33 As it is written, Behold, I lay in Sion a stumblingstone and rock of offence: and whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. If C.S. Lewis really believed on the Lord Jesus Christ (and there is good reason to believe he did not), then why was he so ashamed of the gospel?
As we study the Chronicles of Narnia, the dark and ugly truth will come to light. We will find that the symbolism that he used and things he included in the stories are extremely blasphemous. In the end he is casting the truth of God as the same as and the fulfillment of paganism and witchcraft. (Remember the quotes on Christ fulfilling paganism in his theology!)
Next, we find that C. S. Lewis put profanity and blaspheming of God's name in his book. While this it most common in his Space Trilogy, it also appears in the Narnia books which are for children. Using profanity and swearing for "realism" is out of line to begin with, and espebliplly so in books for kids! Exodus 20:7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. There are no exceptions made here for making fiction "realistic." In fact, the Bible itself gives us an example of how this is to be handled even in a true account. Matthew 26:72 And again he denied with an oath, I do not know the man. 73 And after a while came unto him they that stood by, and said to Peter, Surely thou also art one of them; for thy speech bewrayeth thee. 74 Then began he to curse and to swear, saying, I know not the man. And immediately the cock crew.
The Silver Chair -- "dam" p.4
The Magiblipn's Nephew -- "Gawd", "dem" three times. ("Dam" and "dem" stand for "damn." "Gawd" is "God.")
The word "ass" appears in 4 of the books. Being British, it probably did not mean the same to him as it does to Americans (as a swear word), but he could have left it out, espebliplly since he only used it four times and did use "donkey" in other places. However, considering the filthy state of his mind, it is possible that he thought this cute.
Added to this, in these Narnia books we find the "good guys" swearing by Aslan. Now, IF Aslan is really a picture of Christ, as some would assure us, then would it not follow that swearing by his name is blasphemy? When the Narnians swear "by the mane of Aslan" or "by the Lion's mane" would it not equal swearing by the Jesus' whiskers (commonly shortened to "jeewhiz") if Aslan is really a picture of Christ? And wouldn't it follow that "by Aslan" would equal "by God" and "what in the name of Aslan" would equal "what in God's name" if these people's claims are accurate? Why would Lewis be so careless? It certainly does not fit the picture of a "good, godly Christian" as he was supposed to be!
On p. 191 of The Horse and His Boy, Aravis says to the horse Bree, "Why do you keep on swearing by the Lion and by the Lion's Mane? I thought you hated lions." To this Lewis has Bree reply, "so I do, but when I speak of the Lion, of course I mean Aslan. All Narnians swear by him." [emphasis added]
Here we turn our attention to the darker and esoteric meanings of the Chronicles of Narnia. As we progress with this study it will become clear that C. S. Lewis was not glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ with these stories, but rather was putting forth sun worship and other pagan idolatry and witchcraft by using hidden meanings and symbolism. Since he professed to believe that Christ was the fulfillment of paganism ("...as I believe, Christ,...fulfills both Paganism and Judaism..."; p. 129; Reflections on the Psalms) it is not surprising that there are things in these books that would lead one to think that Lewis was writing an allegory of Christianity; but, when his terminology, characters, and such are examined closely it becomes apparent that he had something else on his mind.
Remember, his good friend, Charles Williams, was a member of the "Order of the Golden Dawn." This group is to have been originally composed of two groups -- some professing Christianity, and some who had left Madam Blavatsky's Theosophical Society and did not profess Christianity. So, C.S. Lewis had this imputed into his thinking as well as his medieval studies, which abounded in pagan ideas and superstition.
When Lewis has Bree say, "All Narnians swear by him" an interesting point comes to light. All Christians do not swear by Christ or God. In fact, Christians that are trying to ...live godly in Christ Jesus... (2Timothy 3:12 ) know that this is totally unacceptable for a Christian! Titus 2:12 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; On the other hand, all sun worshippers do swear by the sun! Mr. Lewis has condemned himself by his own words! Matthew 12:37 For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.
Liquor, Tobacco and
Drugs In C.S. Lewis'
Chronicles of Narnia
Wine Is a Mocker
Proverbs 23:31 Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his colour in the cup, when it moveth itself aright. 32 At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder. 33 Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter perverse things.
C.S. Lewis certainly had some strange women in his stories - both "good" and bad. He also uttered extremely perverse things in his books. The poison of "that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan," (Rev. 20:2) is clearly visible in his life. It is hardly surprising then that he was a drunkard.
Lewis' appetite for beer, rum and wine is visible in the fact that the characters consume them regularly in his Chronicles. This is mostly by the good characters. Not only does he put it in the stories, but it is assoblipted in certain cases with revelry and partying. (Photo: Memorial plaque for Lewis at "The Eagle and Child" pub.)
This list will not be complete, but serve to give you an idea of how drinking is being represented for children. In parentheses (with purple text) are the lessons Lewis is teaching and my comments.
The Lion, the Witch and the piano coversdrobe
p.13 "...then the streams would run with wine instead of water and the whole forest would give itself up to jollification for weeks on end." (Contradicts the Promised Land of the Bible which flows with milk and honey. Obviously he has a different hope.)
p. 31 A strange drink is mentioned that is not named. The "White Witch" produces it by magic for Edmund. It is described as "...very sweet and foamy and creamy, and it piano coversmed him right down to his toes." (Alcoholic drinks are often used to piano coversm people, but is this one or not?)
p.69 "Meanwhile the girls were helping Mrs. Beaver...put plates in the over to heat and draw a huge jug of beer for Mr. Beaver."
p.70 "There was a jug of milk for the children, Mr. Beaver stuck to beer." (From these two quotes we learn that beer is for grown-ups, but they may drink it in huge amounts.)
On p. 105, "Father Christmas" gives Lucy a bottle of cordial. Cordial is another name for a liqueur, which is "made by flavoring brandy, gin or other spirits with...flowers, fruits and leaves." (The World Book Encyclopedia, 1986) They are at least 2 1/2 % sugar and range from 30 to 120 proof. Also, they are medicinal stimulants that invigorate the heart. (He is teaching that cordial is "all right" for kids. This one also happens to be magical and related to sun worship as we will see later.)
p. 179 "And that night there was a great feast in Cair Paravel, and revelry, and dancing and gold flashed and wine flowed." (This took place when Aslan crowned the four children, so was obviously "blessed" by him. Remember he is supposed to symbolize Christ according to the "party line.")
p.204 "...the Telmarine soldiers were...put under lock and key, and given beef and beer." (Not bread and water. In other words they were being treated "pretty well.")
p.205 "Then great wooden cups and bowls and mazers, wreathed with ivy, came the wines..." (This occurs at a "romp" in which Aslan was present, so it is "all right" to drink wine in excess and in a wild party as long as it is "sanctified by the presence of the 'Lord.' " We will learn more later on this particular event and the wickedness Lewis is promoting.)
The Silver Chair
p.65 "...Puddleglum had a good many sips out of a square black bottle. He offered the children some of it, but they thought it very nasty." [Emphasis added] (So, liquor can be offered to children, but they will not like. But, what if they do? This leaves open ugly possibilities.)
On pages 92-96, Puddleglum, the "adult" leader of the search party drinks liquor at the giants' castle till he is stupid drunk. This is related in great detail. A number of points are made: the giant offers it to cheer him up, the smell and taste are noted, and he "puts it away like a man." He then proceeds to talk gibberish, and the thing is cast as rather comical. The lessons here are self-explaining.
p. 205 The Centaurs are said the have beer as part of their breakfast. (So, beer is something to drink in the morning. Even in the present, decadent age drinking beer for breakfast is viewed as being over-done. Shows where Lewis' heart was. Isaiah 5:11 Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning, that they may follow strong drink; that continue until night, till wine inflame them!)
The Horse and His Boy
p. 37 "And I became merry with her and gave her wine to drink." (Though this was a girl with a girl the common message of the world is here: When you become merry with a female, wine goes with it.)
p. 71 "There was also a little flagon of the sort of wine that is called 'white'..." (White wine is good.)
p. 75 "Then I took them to a wine shop and got them some and they all sat down and drank till they fell asleep." (Wine will put you to sleep if you drink enough, so drink a lot if you want to go to sleep.)
p. 213 "And the wine flowed and tales were told and jokes cracked." (Wine flowing is part of having "a good time" and telling jokes and stories.)
The Voyage of the Dawntreader
p. 10 "...said Caspian to one of the sailors, 'Bring spiced wine for their majesties.' " (It is to serve speblipl people.)
p. 20 On Caspian's boat we find "...casks of water, beer and bottles of wine." (It is a necessary staple and to be drunk 2 to 1 over water.)
p.44 "Command a cask of wine to be opened that your men may drink our health." (Use wine to "drink people's health.")
p.139 "But the magiblipn himself drank only wine and ate only bread." (This diet is speblipl for magiblipns.)
p.147 "And they had races, and bottles of wine were lowered down to them from the ship as prizes." (Wine is a prize.)
p.166 "And the smell of the fruit and the wine blew topiano coversds them like a promise of all happiness." (Wine promises happiness.)
p.100 "And when some rum had been served out, they even raised a cheer." (Rum cheers.)
The Last Battle
p.14 "A bowl of wine for the noble centaur. The centaur raised the bowl and said, 'I drink first to Aslan and truth..." (If taken in line with the so-called "allegory of Christianity," this means it is all right to drink to God and truth! Repulsive!)
p.147 "Aslan raised his head and shook his main. Instantly a glorious feast appeared on the dpiano coversfs' knees...and each dpiano coversf had a goblet of good wine in his right hand." (So, here we have "God" serving out wine and no distinction made as to whether it is alcoholic or not.)
LETTER FROM A READER-- Sept. 16, 2000
I was browsing thru your site after my previous e-mail and came across this in your section on C.S. Lewis: One of Lewis' favorite pubs, "The Eagle and Child," familiarly known as "The Bird and Baby." This inn-sign is actually a representation of the pagan god Zeus/Jupiter in the form of an eagle carrying off a boy called Ganymede to Olympus to serve as a sexual plaything. I don't know whether that was why Lewis was attracted to it, but it can hardly be coincidental that such a foul and disgusting image should be assoblipted with a pub frequented by such a person as Lewis.
(See www.ecsel.psu.edu/~rreynold/Ganymede.htm for confirmation.)
Bless you, Hugh Anka
Lewis portrays smoking as a sort of "good old boy" thing done by the manly sort of characters such as dpiano coversfs, the "marsh-wiggles," etc. Now it is generally accepted among Christians that smoking is unacceptable for several reasons. 1) It is known to kill and destroy the body. 1Corinthians 6:19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's. 2) For that reason it cannot be done "heartily, as to the Lord..." Colossians 3:23, nor "to the glory of God." 1 Corinthians 10:31. 3) It is terrible stepiano coversdship because of the cost. Proverbs 3:9 Honour the LORD with thy substance... Philippians 4:19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Lewis is propagandizing to children. The tobacco industry owed him a cut of the profit. (Wonder if anyone ever thought to sue his estate for damages of being influenced to smoke by his books?
In parentheses (with purple text) is the lesson Lewis is teaching.
p. 34 "...the Dpiano coversf produced a pipe about the size of his own arm, filled it, blew a great cloud of fragrant smoke and said, 'Now.' " (Pipe smoke is fragrant, that is to say, nice and appealing.)
The Silver Chair
p. 60 "He...lit his pipe. Marshwiggles smoke a very strange, heavy sort of tobacco (some people say they mix it with mud) and the children noticed the smoke from Puddleglum's pipe hardly rose in the air at all. It trickled out of the bowl and downpiano coversds and drifted along the ground like a mist. It was very black and set Scrubb coughing." (Now this is a strange description. I am suspicious that it could be a description of some kind of drug or other. If someone knows what this "tobacco" might really be, please send email. Also, we see that smoking makes people cough, which is accurate enough. But this is also quite a description.)
Here we come to a very strange thing that C.S. Lewis included in his story. As if the references to liquor and tobacco were not enough, he makes a very covert reference to hashish, or marijuana.
When Edmund meets the "White Witch" she gives him first a strange drink, as described previously. She then asks him what he would like best to eat, and to his reply, makes him a box of Turkish Delight by means of her magic. Lewis portrays "Edmund" as eating this greedily, and the more he eats the more he wants it. In other words, he becomes addicted. This is explained in that the witch (or "Queen") knows that the Turkish Delight is "enchanted" and that once a person has tasted it, they will want more and more of it and if allowed to would eat themselves to death. She promises "Edmund" all the Turkish Delight he can eat for the rest of his life if he will bring his sibling to her, and he leaves after begging for just one more piece. (p.32-36; The Lion, the Witch and the piano coversdrobe)
Lewis' Turkish Delight is not an enchanted candy from fairyland, though.
In the book Marihuana: The First Twelve ThoBlipnd Years by Ernest Abel (New York and London, Plenum Press, 1980), we find out where Lewis got his "inspiration" for "enchanted" Turkish Delight.
"As in India, local offiblipls in Egypt were alarmed at the large numbers of inhabitants who used hashish directly or in confections, many of which were exported to Europe. Among the variety of confectionery treats containing hashish that were sent abroad were 'Turkish Delight,' square pieces of hashish containing sugar and gelatin which were a particular favorite of the students at Cambridge University in England.(p. 133.)
"It was not that the English were above using drugs that altered consciousness, but rather that they were more content with alcohol, and saw little need to experiment with mind-altering drugs. Those who did were either members of minority groups, artists, writers, criminals, or students. It was the isolated cases that came to the attention of the press and gave the impression that hashish was rampant in parts of England.
"One such case took place in 1886 in the dormitories of staid old Cambridge University. According to a newspaper report, some students had obtained 'Turkish Delight' and not being experienced users of the hashish-laden confection, had taken an overdose and became ill as a result. Oxford also had its share of cannabis users. (pp. 165-166.)"(1)
As we shall see further on, Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia are nothing more than a manual of witchcraft for children. What Lewis is doing here is introducing the use of drugs in sorcery. This is commonly used in the Craft. However, the secret meaning here will only be recognized buy the "initiate," so what is the big deal? Simply this, the seed has been planted, and if given the proper attention by the devil's servants, human or otherwise, it can later be developed into something. There are probably quite a few children who would be foolish enough to try "Turkish Delight" or something similar "just like in The Chronicles of Narnia." As a matter of fact, kids have been given drugs in candy. What an "interesting" lesson for the kiddies from Mr. Lewis!!
Acts 8:11 And to him they had regard, because that of long time he had bewitched them with sorceries.
Some information for this article was obtained from a documented paper written by an unknown author. We wish that we could give the proper credit, but the Lord knows who they are, and will repiano coversd them properly on that day!
Sun Worship in the
Chronicles of Narnia
To begin with, "arslan" is said to be the Turkish word for "lion," and the most likely source for the name Aslan. The symbolism of a lion would not of itself be a particular problem if it were not for the other information which Lewis stealthily reveals regarding the particular lion he is writing about. Once the evidence has been examined it is certain that it is not "the Lion of the tribe of Juda" by any stretch of the imagination .
According to the Dictionary of Mythology, Folklore, and Symbols by Gertrude Jobes, the sun is "The active or male principle in nature, wanderer, lion, gold, symbolised by the bow and arrow."
Let's begin by looking at the The Lion, the Witch and the piano coversdrobe.
p.65 "At the name of Aslan, Lucy got the feeling you get when you wake in the morning and realize it's the beginning of spring."
p.74 "Tell us about Aslan...once again that strange feeling - like the first sings of spring had come over them."
p.74 "An old rhyme in these parts...when he bares his teeth winter meets its death and when he shakes his mane we shall have spring again."
The plot here, as those who have read the Chronicles will know, is that the "White Witch" has bound the land of Narnia in a perpetual winter which can only be broken by the coming of Aslan. This makes perfect sense in the context of the solar deity myths. The common story line is that a goddess kills the sun-god on mid-summer's night and thus winter comes. When the sun stays up longer on the mid-winter solstice (commonly celebrated under the disguise of "Christmas" today) he has triumphed and conquered death, thus bringing spring. We find this ritual being observed by the blips in Ezekiel's day. Ezekiel 8:13 He said also unto me, Turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations that they do. 14 Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the LORD'S house which was topiano coversd the north; and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz. This was the summer death of the sun god, Tammuz, that they were weeping for. The remainder of this story will be discussed further along. (Notice the circle of flowers in the illustration above. The imagery is not wasted. The circle is a common symbol of the sun, and a basic symbol of ritual magic. Wreaths are used in witchcraft both to cast spells against people and to bring "good luck.")
But, C.S. Lewis' esoteric sun worship in this book does not stop here.
p.105 "Father Christmas" gives SBlipn a bow and arrows and Lucy a dagger and a cordial in a bottle. The cordial is said to be made from the fire-flowers that grow in the mountains of the sun. one receives a goblet or chalice.
This has some interesting implications. First, of all "Father Christmas" is none other than that old wretch, Santa Clause; emblem of that sun festival that was "christened" by the pope centuries ago.
Secondly, the bow and arrow symbolize the sun. J.E. Cirlot's A Dictionary of Symbols states, "Benoist remarks that the bow and arrow, as attributes of Apollo, stand for the sun's energy, its rays and its fertilising and purifying powers." (p.31)
Third, we note again the fact that a cordial is an alcoholic drink or stimulant flavored with plant parts. This one presented to Lucy is said to be made from fire-flowers that grow on the mountains of the sun. According to the book by Jobes, fire flowers themselves represent the sun. Here they are said to grow on the mountains of the sun which are assoblipted with Leo, the lion of the zodiac. In fact, the name Lucy itself means "light." It is from the Latin, and relates to "luce," as in Lucifer. Lucy might well be considered an "illuminated one."
Leo is also said to be the ruler of the heart which is interesting in that cordials are often heart stimulant and the goblet symbolizes the human heart according to Cirlot. [Note: Lewis' fire-flowers are listed on a web page of herbs for "use" in Role Playing Games. This is hardly surprising since the Chronicles of Narnia were recommended reading by the makers of Dungeons and Dragons!]
Moving on to further signposts:
p.124 Speaks of Aslan's golden eyes, p.138 his golden face, p.159 his piano coversm breath, and p.162 his golden fur.
Jobes' book again: "GOLDEN HAIR Light of the morning and evening sun as an attribute of sun deities; typifies rays of the sun. GOLD The dawn; solar energy and light of the sun." Cirlot's book: "Gold is the image of solar light..." (p.119) "...golden hair is related to the sun's rays..." (p.135). Breath symbolizes the sun's rays. To alchemists, breathing symbolizes absorption of the sun's "astral gold."
On page 150 we find that before the Witch kills Aslan, she shaves off his mane and around his face. In the symbolism of sun worship hair cutting represents ray cutting. This ritual of shaving is perhaps the very reason why God forbids the priests to shave their heads in the future temple. Ezekiel 44:20 Neither shall they shave their heads, nor suffer their locks to grow long; they shall only poll their heads. Shaving of the head in the Bible, in general typifies uncleanness or removing of uncleanness. In Corinth, it was the prostitutes that shaved their heads. (1Corinthians 11:6)
We also find that when the Witch kills the lion (sun), she calls him "Fool." This also relates to the sun worship customs. According to Jobe's book, "The sun deity has spells in which he suffers a wrong daily, a death at the hands of night, as affliction necessary for rebirth." The rebirth or resurrection comes at dawn.
Which brings us to our next point:
p.156 The mice came to chew away the ropes that tied Aslan to the stone table upon which he had been ritually sacrificed by the witch. Lewis strongly emphasizes the sun rising in the "East" (note: capitalization) as the mice chew through the ropes to free him for his resurrection. "...the sky on the East side of the hill was a little less dark than it had been." After they gnawed the ropes through, "The sky in the East was whitish by now."
First of all, the fact that this event occurs at dawn and that Lewis makes so much of the sun rising is significant in that the sunrise is viewed as the sun's resurrection in the myth mentioned above. That is, Lewis is telling the tale of the sun's daily death and resurrection in careful, but hidden (to the uninitiated) detail. To the followers of sun worship, this is all very easy to see.
Anyone that is at all familiar with the true origins of Free Masonry or mysticism, also knows that the "the East" is a significant point. "Eastern" religions are mystical religions. The East represents ...BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. Revelation 17:5 The mystery religions (esoteric cults) of this world find their roots is Babylon and many hail their deity with the dawning of the sun. Thus, when C.S. Lewis turned his back on the Bible, denying its inspiration (see his Theological Beliefs),
he fulfilled Amos 8:12, And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the LORD, and shall not find it. He went from the north (where God dwells; Psalm 48:2, Psalm 75:6), to the East
-- Babylon and sun worship!
by Mary Van Nattan
To clear all doubt on the implications of Lewis' writing, God's holy scripture again speaks: Ezekiel 8:15 Then said he unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations than these. 16 And he brought me into the inner court of the LORD'S house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the LORD, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs topiano coversd the temple of the LORD, and their faces topiano coversd the east; and they worshipped the sun topiano coversd the east. 17 Then he said unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? Is it a light thing to the house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here? for they have filled the land with violence, and have returned to provoke me to anger: and, lo, they put the branch to their nose. 18 Therefore will I also deal in fury: mine eye shall not spare, neither will I have pity: and though they cry in mine ears with a loud voice, yet will I not hear them. This abomination along with the one of the women weeping for Tammuz are described by the word of God as the two worst! When people face east to worship the sun, they turn their backs on God! Sun worship and Jehovah worship are both exclusive, Lewis could not serve both Baal and God! 1Kings 18:21 And Elijah came unto all the people, and said, How long halt ye between two opinions? if the LORD be God, follow him: but if Baal, then follow him. And the people answered him not a word.
The fact that mice were used here is significant as well. Mice were sacred to Apollo, the sun. J.E. Cirlot's definition of Apollo is so interesting to this study that it should all be included here. On page 14 of his A Dictionary of Symbols, we read, "Apollo In mythology and alchemy, his spiritual and symbolic significance is identical with that of the sun. The spreading golden hairs which crown the god's head have the same meaning as the bow and arrow (sunrays). The Greek name for Apollo is, of course Apollon, which means 'from the depths of the lion' and expresses the meaningful relationship of the sun with the fifth sign of the Zodiac, Leo."
Remember what Lewis said when on a trip with his ill wife, "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 specie Apollinis." (C.S. Lewis: A Biography, Roger Lancelyn Green, p.276) That Lewis would call Apollo, the sun god, otherwise known as Baal (Satan), a sub specie of Christ is gross blasphemy, but that he would keep this "secret doctrine" to teach to children is hideous in the extreme!!! C.S. Lewis was in bad enough trouble with God for all the heresy that he believed and hid in his books for adult Christians, but when he started messing with the minds of children he reserved for himself a speblipl measure of God's wrath! Mark 9:42 And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.
A few more signposts:
p.180 Speaking of Aslan, "He'll be coming and going, one day you'll see him and another you won't...he has other countries to attend to."
This is obviously not the Lord Jesus Christ, since He is omnipresent (everywhere at once). Matthew 28:20 ...lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen. More than that, however is the fact that one of the distinctions of the sun deity is that he is said to be a "constant wanderer." Always "coming and going" can also relate to the night/death, sunrise/resurrection myth or the summer/winter myth.
In The Magiblipn's Nephew we find more telling references to Aslan.
On p. 114 Digory saw the lion and it was so big and bright he could not take his eyes off of it. Then on p.173 Aslan swings his head around scattering golden gleams of light as he does so.
In the context of the information already given, these statements are in total keeping with Lewis' already obvious glorification of sun worship.
Added to this, Aslan is described while in the act of creation - "It was a Lion. Huge, shaggy, and bright it stood facing the risen sun."
Again, the picture of facing the rising sun is sun worship and nothing else. Over and over again in the Bible we find God going out of His way, as it were, to keep His people facing away from the East in their worship! He points His servants west.
C.S. Lewis was an expert in mythology having studied it from an early age. It is utterly impossible that he did not know what he was writing!
Sun worship was one of the main abominations to the LORD practiced in Bible times. It has continued throughout the ages to this very time. That Lewis would write stories for children to indoctrinate them in this revolting religion is bad enough, but that those stories should be passed off as an allegory of the gospel of Jesus Christ is a horrible blasphemy beyond description!
Deuteronomy 4:15 Take ye therefore good heed unto yourselves; for ye saw no manner of similitude on the day that the LORD spake unto you in Horeb out of the midst of the fire: 16 Lest ye corrupt yourselves, and make you a graven image....19 And lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven, and when thou seest the sun, and the moon, and the stars, even all the host of heaven, shouldest be driven to worship them, and serve them, which the LORD thy God hath divided unto all nations under the whole heaven.
by Mary Van Nattan
Revelation 2:20 Notwithstanding I have a few things against thee, because thou sufferest that woman Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophetess, to teach and to seduce my servants to commit fornication, and to eat things sacrificed unto idols. 21 And I gave her space to repent of her fornication; and she repented not. 22 Behold, I will cast her into a bed, and them that commit adultery with her into great tribulation, except they repent of their deeds. 23 And I will kill her children with death; and all the churches shall know that I am he which searcheth the reins and hearts: and I will give unto every one of you according to your works. 24 But unto you I say, and unto the rest in Thyatira, as many as have not this doctrine, and which have not known the depths of Satan, as they speak; I will put upon you none other burden.
Having already delved into the vile doctrines of sun worship that C.S. Lewis has hidden in his books for children, The Chronicles of Narnia, it would seem that it could not get much worse, but it does.
The wicked queen, Jezebel, wife of Ahab, is perhaps the most devout worshipper of Baal mentioned in the Bible. As a sun worshipper, and hater of God and His prophets, she is a graphic example of where sun worship leads a person. Whether the woman in Revelation 2 was actually a woman named Jezebel or was simply being called by that name to tie her to that profane woman in the Old Testament is uncertain, but the link is there in either case.
This passage bears an interesting relation to the Lewis case in that he also has been allowed to teach and seduce God's servants in this church era. In particular he has promoted Baal (sun) worship, and offered Christian children things to feed their minds which he had sacrificed to idols! God gave Lewis space to repent in that Lewis had access to the truth and could have believed, but he did not.
The time is long past due to cry out against this wicked man's unspeakable Baal worship. God has a profound hate for what Lewis has done, as can be seen in the passage above. Lewis has endeavored to lead the children of Christians into the depths of Satan!
Ezekiel 3:17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of blip: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them piano coversning from me...20 Again, When a righteous man doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumblingblock before him, he shall die: because thou hast not given him piano coversning, he shall die in his sin, and his righteousness which he hath done shall not be remembered; but his blood will I require at thine hand.
As we look into these things we begin to understand