The final Harry Potter movie opens Friday, but Steve Wohlberg, author of Exposing Harry Potter and Witchcraft, is worried that it’s one more two-hour recruiting film for the occult.

“The Pottermania will experience one last spasm as the Grand Finale of Harry Potter movies, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2),” he writes. “When the book was released in July 2007, 11 million copies sold in 24 hours, making it the fastest selling book in history.

So, then the final film “hits theaters this Friday, once again, global interest will soar higher than Quidditch players seeking Golden Snitches. While most consider all anti-Potterism downright Mugglish, concerns remain high among many parents over exactly where these novels and movies, along with Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Saga, are catapulting this generation of kids.

“Consider this,” writes Wohlberg. “It’s no secret that the Harry Potter storyline about both good and evil wizards has fueled global teenage increase in Wicca and the occult. Next, Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Saga about good and evil vampires has done the same thing for vampirism. Blood drinking among teens has surged. What’s next?”

Blood drinking among teens? Really?

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