1.Link to the original creator: Ilsa @ A Whisper Of Ink (her posts are awesome!) 2.Tag at least 3 people. 3.Declare the rules and list of prompts in your post. 4.Thank whoever tagged you and link to their post.
Here is my favorite (and JKR’s one of her favorites) theory here it goes:
Dumbledore is Death
In the Deathly Hallows, we hear a story within a story: “The Tale of the Three Brothers,” centered on the myth of the Peverell siblings. In the tale, each of the three magical brothers attempts to cheat Death of his due in various ways. Many fans have compared each of the three brothers to the story arcs of Voldemort, Snape, and Harry. Voldemort echoes the story of the eldest brother, who believes he can defeat Death with massive magical power but eventually fails because of his own hubris. Snape represents the middle brother, who is consumed by his grief over a lost love, Lily Potter. Finally, the youngest brother is a representation of Harry, who manages to hide from Death for a long time before willingly going with him and embracing his own demise. In many ways, Dumbledore can be seen as representing Death from the fable. He possessed all three Deathly Hallows at one point, gave Harry the invisibility cloak of the youngest Peverell brother, was at least partially responsible for the demise of both Voldemort and Snape, and is the character who greets Harry when he “dies” and goes to King’s Cross station. While we’ll probably never get an actual confirmation of the theory, Rowling herself has gone so far as to say that it is her favorite theory of all time and that “It’s a beautiful theory and it fits.”
Umbridge-itis was an illness feigned by many Hogwarts students during the 1995–1996 school year. Provoked by: Dolores Umbridge
In retaliation for the new Headmistress, Dolores Umbridge’s tyrannical rule, the students used the Skiving Snackboxes sold by Fred and George Weasley to create temporary illnesses, with symptoms such as fainting, vomiting, developing dangerous fevers, or spurting blood from both nostrils. The illness can be traced back to Fred and George Weasley, the progenitors of the Snackboxes and who encouraged the students to rebel against Umbridge.
These massive waves of illnesses led Umbridge to scream and shriek with rage upon entering the classroom. Despite her efforts to trace down the source, the students stubbornly told her they were suffering from “Umbridge-itis”. Taking it as an insult, she put four successive classes in detention. But after she failed to discover their secrets, the headmistress was forced to allow the students to leave in droves.
My questions, I have answered 18 questions, you can choose them as their might be things you want to keep personal, can’t wait to read your answers.
There were soo many I couldn’t nominate and so many amazng blogs I had to leave out, I promise I will nominate you next time and once again thank you soo much Tia for nominating me for these awards. Even if you weren’t nominated I would love to know your answers in the comments.