Gail (16 Apr 2012)
"It's here, and it fulfills Daniel 11:38, 11:39  just exactly like I warned"


The timing of the end,  Pottermore just opened and here's a review by an Adult, very clear Adulation-


Pottermore, The Harry Potter Official Website, Is Finally Open 


"I was simultaneously excited and dismayed to receive an owl by email this morning. I'd been granted early access to Pottermore. I was excited because I was one of the first few thousand to get in. I was dismayed because I got the email thirty seconds before I was to head off to work.

Pottermore truly is an exploration into the world of Harry Potter. Each chapter of each book has been rendered into Flash-based paintings that can be explored, zoomed into, and clicked on. Navigation bars above, below, and to the side lets you know what you can read about and explore and move through, taking you to pages and pages of backstory, behind the scenes information, and expanded encyclopedia-like entries of just about anything you could think of.

It's also something of a scavenger hunt. You must collect items ranging from Harry's alarm clock to the cupboard under the stairs to a vial of unicorn blood. Along the way you collect chocolate frog cards of various wizards through history, and books filled with spells and knowledge of the wizarding world.

To say that Pottermore is an immersive (noting or pertaining to digital technology or images that deeply involve one's senses and may create an altered mental state:)  experience might be an understatement. The illustrations (at least for the first book) are better than what you saw in the movies. As soon as you get to Diagon Alley you're able to go shopping for your supplies (that you'll actually use) and then you must go buy your wand.

As I went through to choose my wand, I was asked a series of questions, written by Rowling herself, before a wand chose me.

I was assigned a Hawthorne wand with a unicorn core, 10 and 3/4's inches, and of a slightly springy flexibility. It was very cool and seemed very personalized, but you don't realize how personalized until the next screen where you're able to explore what all the different sorts of wand cores and woods mean. There's hundreds of possible combinations, thousands maybe, and somehow when I read about typical personality traits of wizards with my wand it seemed oddly accurate. Magic? Maybe.  

Soon, you're brought to Hogwarts itself, and that's when the fun really starts. You're sorted into a house at Hogwarts through a series of questions. The questions don't seem to have obvious paths to any specific house but, again, the results seem oddly prescient

(having prescience, or knowledge of things or events before they exist or happen; having foresight.)  I was quite confident I'd be sorted into Ravenclaw and this only confirmed my suspicions.

From there, you're granted access to the common room of your house and the majority of social networking begins. You can link up to Facebook and find friends of your own inside Pottermore, assign them nicknames, comment on their activities, and give them gifts of the loot you've found throughout the book.

But there's even more to do. You can cast spells and duel with fellow (live) students, you can make potions.

I'll be honest, I'm not even the biggest Harry Potter fan and I found the whole experience completely riveting. It really has taken a significant chunk of my day.

I've been saying since day one that this is very smart move for J.K. Rowling to expand her saturation in the lives of fans (she might be growing into a capable rival for George Lucas and the world of Star Wars...). More than that, though, this is good for those of us writers who are relying more and more on digital publishing for income. This is going to turn a lot of readers into digital book consumers, and that's good news for everybody."


But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things.


Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.

The strange god that the Prophet Daniel sees that increases with Glory (from the Latin gloria, "fame, renown") in Daniel Ch:11, verse 39 is none other than Harry Potter.

Pottermore, the interactive Website, promises to immerse users in a world of wizards and witches, while combining elements of computer games, social networking and an online store. Through the Pottermore website and the game, the magic of Harry Potter can finally live forever. 


The big Quakes hitting the West Coast of the U.S. is not coincidence.
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It's the 'timing of transition' shifting more power to the UK, the 'Seat of the Beast.'
I'm correct on what I've been posting about the rising of the Pottermore Website.

The U.S. has enjoyed the dominance of Websites like 'Facebook', 'Google', 'Amazon' and many others.

Their headquarters are all West Coast, the ones outside California are still up the Coast.

Thousands of high technology companies are headquartered in Silicon Valley.

A dramatic series of events are going to take place. Unfortunately the West Coast will be under the gun.

There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch.

Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.


18:12 For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.


Mid-Point - March 21st, 2013

God Bless,