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A horcrux is an object in which a person has concealed a part of their soul. one splits one’s soul and hides part of it in an object. By doing so, you’re protected, should you be attacked and your body destroyed. That part of your soul that is hidden lives on. In other words, you cannot die.

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tagged: #harry potter #queued

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tagged: #harry potter #queued

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consciouslivingblog:

Harry Potter Birthday Scenario

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“Hello, father!”

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spicytheiste:

dualities-the-other-side:

beingapotterheadisawesome:

I don’t know if I should cry or cry

Both. Both is good.

oh my god

thehufflepuffwhore:

wholmesianmisfit:

#GOD DAD I GOT YOUR STUPID FUCKING CHOCOLATE FROG CARD AGAIN. WE GET IT YOU’RE THE BOY WHO LIVED. I JUST WANT A FUCKING LONGBOTTOM.

I can seriously imagine Albus and James swapping chocolate frog cards and all their friends are like ‘OMG THE BOY WHO LIVED GUYS’ and they don’t even bat an eyelid ‘Yeah got the real one at home bit of a tosser really’

983. There is a corridor, in Hogwarts, where there is a portrait of every single person who died fighting in the Second Wizarding War. By the time the children of Harry’s generation came to Hogwarts, every first-year for the next ten years or so would run to the corridor as soon as possible and try and find their namesakes or otherwise lost relatives. For some, like Fred II, this meant finding an uncle. But for Teddy Lupin, this meant finding his parents.

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My reaction to some of the Harry Potter book-to-movie changes

justanotherslytherin: