Avatar series: Satanic
Avatar: The Last Airbender is a show that had been airing on Nickelodeon for three years, from 2005 to 2008. While this show had been over for two years, it has garnered a strong amount of popularity from the population and has a very large and active to this day. With its sequel series “Avatar: The Legend of Korra” scheduled to debut in 2011, we must know of the Satanic nature of this television series and protect our children and society from it.
The story is vast and detailed, so this is only a brief synopsis. A twelve-year-old monk named Aang, who is an Airbender and the Avatar, is awakened. The Airbenders were a people who led a lifestyle very similar to that of the Tibetan Buddhists and knew how to create and control wind. All of them except Aang were decimated in a raid by the Fire Nation. Aang has already mastered the element of air, but must also move on to obtain mastery in controlling water, earth, and fire before he faces the leader of the Fire Nation, called Fire Lord Ozai, in order to bring peace and balance to the world.
As you have read in the synopsis, these characters can control the elements by their own force. Although show has tried to pass it off as harmless “bending” by having Aang say that it’s “not magic, it’s airbending” in the first episode, this does not hide the fact that the show is filled with magicians. We know from the Holy Bible that magic is a Satanic art and those who practice magic must be executed. If Aang and his buddies were in the Middle East instead of a fictional Asia-esque world, they would have been burned to death for their sorcery. Their infernal powers would not have been a match for God and His people’s justice.
But the casual usage of magic is not the worst part about the show. The whole show is diseased with elements of Buddhism and Hinduism mixed in, directly and indirectly. First of all, as said in the short synopsis, the Air Nomads have lived a very Tibetan Buddhist-like lifestyle, and Aang continues to follow their demonic traditions. Aang always emphasizes his portrayal as a worshipper of Satan (which is the correct term for a Buddhist monk) through vegetarianism, pacifism, and meditation. In one of the series, there is a character who has found his “enlightenment” by sitting under a large banyan grove tree. In another episode, there is a “guru” who gives Aang aid in “opening his chakras”. These references to Buddhism and Hinduism should be incredibly sickening to any Christian. The evil ideas of chakras and the allusion to the story of Buddha, an agent of Satan, pain me to no end. Yet the media allows this dirty show run on air without any qualms. Is this spiritual deterioration what must happen to our society?
The upcoming series, “Avatar: The Legend of Korra”, is just as bad. This focuses on a female Avatar named Korra who fights in a place called “Republic City”. We have a female character doing what men should be doing; while this is not a promotion of sexism, women and men have their set places by God. The show is trying to breach that sacred boundary by having a female character enter wars, instead of doing her womanly duties of taking care of the family. While females battling was seen abundantly in the first series, the fact that this out-of-place, misguided female is set as the main character shows that the show is all Satan’s ploy to mock and overturn Christian values. If Nickelodeon is allowing such smut to be shown in their network, why don’t they show child porn instead?
I must confess that before my realization of the Satanic nature of the Avatar series, I had enjoyed it as well. Luckily Christ has opened my eyes to the truth. Knowing the truth, I cannot sit and allow this show to overrun our children’s minds with Satanic messages in the guise of seemingly benign ideas.
We, as Christians, must fight this show. We cannot rest until this show is completely off the air and further production of it is stopped.