5 Dollars

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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Harry Potter 7 - Predictions!

My theories about the Horcruxes:

- The diary from "Chamber of Secrets" (already destroyed by Harry)

- Marvolo Gaunt's ring (already destroyed by Dumbledore)

- Slytherin's locket (NOT the locket that Harry and Dumbledore found, which was a fake. The real one was stolen by RAB - the younger brother of Sirius.....Regulus Black. This is actually the heavy locket found when cleaning out the parlor at Grimmauld Place. It is probably still there, in Kreacher's little hiding spot.)

- Helga Hufflepuff's cup which was stolen from Hepzibah Smith by Tom Riddle. Riddle (Voldemort) murdered Hepzibah to steal the cup and create the horcrux. This may be in a vault at Gringotts. (See the cover of the UK edition of book 7.)

- A relic belonging to Godric Gryffindor or Rowena Ravenclaw. Dumbledore has said that all of Gryffindor's relics are safe at Hogwarts (the sword and the hat). JK Rowling has stated that the sorting hat is NOT a horcrux. This leads me to believe that it must be something that belonged to Ravenclaw. She designed the moving staircases at Hogwarts. Is it possible that the horcrux made from one of her relics is somehow hidden under one of the staircases? I think it's very likely that we have seen whatever this item is somewhere at the school. If we haven't.....the ghosts or house elves have and one of them will tell Harry.

- Nagini, the huge snake, is the final horcrux. I think that this is true because, when she attacked Mr. Weasley in book 5, Harry saw it happen as if he were in the snake. Because of the special connection that he has with Voldemort now that his blood is in Voldemort, he was able to see through Nagini's eyes since she holds part of Voldemort's soul. I think that Nagini became a horcrux when voldemort murdered Frank Bryce.

JK Rowling has said that 2 characters will die in book 7. Who do you think will die?

I think that Snape and Voldemort will die. I think that we will finally see that Snape is a good guy when he sacrifices his own life to save Harry from Voldemort. Then Harry will go on to duel with Voldemort and he will win. At the end of "Goblet of Fire" when Harry tells Dumbledore that Voldemort can now touch him without hurting himself, Harry sees "a gleam of something like triumph in Dumbledore's eyes." This was because Dumbledore knew that having Harry's blood in Voldemort's body would somehow make him vulnerable, allowing Harry to win.

My 7 things that will happen in book 7:

1 - Bill and Fleur's wedding. Possibly held in the garden of the Weasley home.

2 - Harry will return to Godric's Hollow after the wedding to visit his parent's graves. We may find out more about Harry's grandparents and also more about his parents, possibly what they did for a living? The final battle may also take place there, bringing the story full-circle.

3 - We will find out what is behind the veil in the Ministry of Magic. If the final battle isn't in Godric's Hollow, it will be behind the veil.

4 - Many characters in the books mention how much Harry's eyes look like his mother's. JK Rowling has also said that Harry "has his mother's eyes and that's very important in a future book." On the USA cover of book 7, Harry does not have a wand. Will something about his eyes play into his ability to do magic without holding a wand or saying spells aloud?

5 - Dumbledore is definately dead. (Sorry folks.....it had to happen so that Harry can go forth on his own.) We will see his portrait speak and give important advice or instructions. Perhaps he will help in the search for Ravenclaw's relic?

6 - Harry will turn 17 and pass his apparation test.

7 - We will see Sirius' flying motorcycle again. (Could Mr. Weasley have it hidden away somewhere?)



  • At 7:22 PM, July 07, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I like your theories on the Harry Potter stuff. Some of those I can say I actually thought of ... others I was suprised about. You have some beautiful kids and I'm glad to see you're doing so well. Can't believe you still like Ferris Buehler after all these years though!! Hope your mom and dad are both well. Kim (Woods)Bell

  • At 4:49 PM, July 08, 2007 , Blogger Carissa said...

    Wow.....blast from the past!
    Actually thought of you a few weeks ago when I was flipping channels and landed on Karate Kid on TV! LOL!

    How are you doing? Where are you located these days? We are in Indy.

    My Dad is doing pretty well. Mom is having a tough time health-wise right now though.

    How is your Dad?

  • At 6:51 PM, July 08, 2007 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I'm doing pretty good. Living near Holiday World.Sorry too hear Tina's not doing to well, please tell her hello from me and give her my best get well wishes! Dad's doing pretty well, enjoying retirement. Let me give you my e-mail address and if you want we can start keeping in touch. mrskwampus@yahoo.com Take care and hope to talk to ya again soon.


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