In Reply to: too funny! posted by porceleindoll on March 04, 2003 at 17:24:06:
Dumbledore, well, that's Merlin the Magician of course, someone that Harry (Berg) has more power than. But there's more to Dumb-ledore.
Harry is representative of Berg (according to sick Family interprettion, at least), the child Berg wanted to be with power he never had. Dumbledore is the ideal that Berg aimed for, a "wise old man with great spiritual power and the abiltity to curse his enemies."--especially when he gets mad and magic blazes forth from him (ie. when he cornered YKW in book 4. I don't want to give away the plot here.) So in a way, Dumb-ledoor is Berg too.
Draco Malfoy, of course, is Berg's older brother Hjalmer who always tried to outdo Berg but, of course, never managed to. Draco probably represents every Family member who ever disagreed with Berg had "had" to be rebuked and exposed in public humilitions.
Rita Skeeter is the Antichrist media slandering God's anointed, Harry.
Sirius, watching over Harry, is Abrahim. Instead of hiding out in caves as a dog, he's sprawled drunk on the floor, looking under gypsy women's skirts that fly out when they dance.
Harry's ability to speak parselmouth, talk to snakes? Hmmmm....that would be Family members rebuking snake-like demons in the name of David.