Visit Most recent blog entries Visit

Friday, July 22, 2005


Harry Potter Book 7 Revealed *spoilers*

I haven’t read any of the Harry Potter books, but I have seen two of the movies and read a review of the latest book that contained ‘spoilers’. So it’s painfully obvious to me now what the final book will be about and what J.K. Rowling’s ultimate plan for our children actually is.

Before I get to what will appear in the final book let’s look at the cunning precedents that Rowling is establishing in our hearts and minds which will allow her to achieve her ultimate goal. Which it is now clear, is the corruption of children everywhere.

Look at how each new Potter release is accompanied by increasing amounts of security and miscommunication about details of the plot. For the final book it is expected that this secrecy will have been perfected. No reliable details of the plot will be available until half the world's children have already completed reading the book.

False rumours and extracts will appear on the Internet weeks before the release. It will be denied by Rowling but these rumours will have been started by Rowling herself. They will serve to render the impression that this is just another harmless children’s story that only a Pope would have objections to.

So why is this secrecy so important to Rowling. Because in the final Potter novel Harry’s true character will be revealed. Currently, the goodness of Harry rests on the fact that it is set up against the evil of “You-Know-Who” (Voldemont). You-Know-Who allegedly killed Harry’s parents when Harry was still a baby.

When I read that Dumbledore had been killed in the latest book it all became clear to me. Some may think that Dumbledore will just come back again in the next book like he did when he died in the Lord of the Rings movie – but I’m sorry Dumbledore is gone for good.

In fact it is Dumbledore’s death that finally draws Harry to the dark side. Yes; that’s right Harry will convert to the dark side of the force in the final book! He couldn’t save his parents, then he couldn't save his godfather, and then he couldn’t save Dumbledore. Only the dark side give will give him power over death. This is a power that he can’t live without.

But who really killed Harry’s parents? The story is that You-Know-Who couldn’t kill Harry. Why is that do you think is? We know now that it’s because You-Know-Who IS Harry. It was indeed ‘his mother’s love’ that saved Harry. His mother who helped turn Voldemort into Harry (making Voldemort ‘disappear’ except when Harry is around). Harry’s internal struggles being depicted in the physical world when Harry ‘fights’ Voldemort.

I wont spelt the rest of this theory out in detail because it’s actually quite obvious. But it should be noted that Harry has often been referred to as ‘the chosen one’. Those in the know believe that Harry will save the [re]public from dark magic. We all know that such prophecies can be misinterpreted...

Anyway. Enough of that. This is what Rowling has planned for your children to read…..



  • Check out this!

    Quote from the story... "Rowling also states that fans should be concentrating on answering two questions: 1. Why didn't Voldemort die when he tried to kill Harry? 2. Why didn't Dumbledore try to kill Voldemort in that scene at the end of book five?"

    I think I have answered thoses questions!

    By Blogger Matthew, at 8:16 pm  

  • Quite a spoiler. You should write your own Harry Potter 17,000 page story. Someone should Google-bomb this post so it's all people go to when they Google "Harry Potter 7"

    Thanks for the laugh!

    By Blogger Phil Gerbyshak, at 6:42 pm  


    By Blogger PENELOPE, at 1:45 pm  

  • I think your theory is idiotic. Harry cannot go bad because he is the hero of the harry potter books. That would be saying that would be saying that luke turns evil when he finds out darth vader is his father. Don't be an idiot. Read the book and then you will realize that you know nothing.

    By Blogger Cindy, at 9:35 pm  

  • First off I have to say that your theory is interesting to say the least.

    I have to admit I have doubts of you actually watching the movie since you said "Some may think that Dumbledore will just come back again in the next book like he did when he died in the Lord of the Rings movie". That is two completely different actors.

    Michael Gambon and Ian McKellen are not in fact the same person despite what some people may believe.

    I do think however that your theory is implausable, since in the books we've been introduced to Voldemort's (or Tom Riddle Jr) real parents. You shouldn't say we now know that Harry is Voldemort since that's only a theory you have. But I do applaud you for your creativity on this theory.

    By Blogger Astolate, at 10:56 pm  

  • This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    By Blogger A Writer, at 4:14 pm  

  • You have no credibility to scrutinize books you haven't even read yourself. I'm misfiled why so many idiotic people are so bent on picking apart J.K. Rowling, trying to make her out to be some evil person hell bent on corrupting our children. I admire her in many ways, she is truly a wonderful and gifted writer not to mention the fact she can over come the daily scrutiny that she gets from narrow minded simpletons. I applaud the fact that so many children (and adults) are inspired to read more books because of authors such as her. Perhaps you should trying spending your time reading (any book) than slandering things you are clueless about.....Who knows you might just learn something.

    By Blogger A Writer, at 4:21 pm  

  • You folks know I was kidding, right?

    By Blogger Matthew, at 11:10 pm  

  • J.K. Rowling is writing about good and evil, Like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings and I dont see how it is different than any other books or movies. Even Narnia was teaching the difference between good and evil. Children and adults alike can relate to the characters in Harry Potter just like they can in any other movie I listed it is just fiction after all.

    By Blogger kim, at 10:46 pm  

  • you have been watching to much star wars!

    By Blogger ronness, at 1:15 pm  

  • lol...what a joke

    Voldemort could not die because he had already split his soul into horcruxes.

    Dumbledore didnt try to kill him because he knew or suspected about the horcruxes and knew that "killing" Voldemort would only drive him back underground and delay his ultimate destruction.

    By Blogger Thomas, at 1:38 pm  

  • You have acquired what i would consider quite possibly the worst understanding of the Harry potter series that could be had. I can only hope that someday you will actually take the time to read the series rather than just make assumptions based off of inaccurate films and heavily biased book reviews...

    By Blogger CooneySamoht, at 8:08 pm  

  • A brave attempt at speculation at best.

    There could be so many explanations for the sequence of events you've mentioned but you just went ahead with one that has a very weak connection.

    Remember: This is a children's book.
    If the story ended with: 'Harry finally realized his true destiny...melding with Voldemort', Rowling would have to come up with another series, this time with a hero trying to defeat Harry/Voldemort (sounds too much like Star Wars - Rowling could be sued for copying the story).

    Ergo, your theory is creative nonsense at most.

    By Blogger Kal 'L Uhar, at 9:12 pm  

  • Okay sounds great.. after reading only two books it might be a little easy as you are not entangled in the details.....
    I believe Harry himself is a horcrux as he was only left alive on the night Lily was killed by Voldemort and I belive Lily did some magic which resulted in that and Voledemort was trapped by Lily, so that Harry became a horcrux and hence could not be harmed by Voledemort ... my be part of your theory + this shows on only one can survive and I hope it is Harry!!................................................................................................................................................who survies.....:)

    By Blogger Raj, at 11:10 am  

  • dude......what the hell were you thinking when you wrote this? half of the things you wrote about honestly don't make any since with the actual story. I mean who told you they thought Dumbledore was going to come back...and i am at a losss for words..i have read a lot of garbage about harry potter but this tops them all.

    By Blogger epic story, at 12:08 am  

  • you're a fucktard who is overzealous in a religion that thinks its the only true path to "god". A children's book is but a children's book, not an evil plot by a former homeless MOTHER who is bent on turning today's youth evil. I praise her for doing what nobody else has done for a long time---GETTING TODAYS YOUTH TO READ!!! This gets them realising that reading is good, and knowledge is good. What's so horrible about that??

    By Blogger Amanda, at 2:02 am  

  • You guys know I'm joking right?

    By Blogger Matthew, at 2:57 am  

  • This comment has been removed by the author.

    By Blogger nat, at 4:07 am  

  • Mr matthew, we guyz understand from this that u r a crack head. so plz stop asking the same question that ""You guys know I'm joking right?""

    what, ru trying to cover up ur stupid theory by asking the same question again and again.

    hey dont u ever comment on some thing that u really do not know about, u r the best crack pot i have ever come across in my whole life.

    what a waste of time passing comments on this guy.

    By Blogger nat, at 4:17 am  

  • I am not going to bring up any of the large number of excerpts from the Harry Potter books that disprove your theory; I would just like to mention that the Harry Potter books were not written to corrupt children. J.K. Rowling is an admirable woman who has given the world a series in which the main character struggles between good and evil, but ultimately has a pure heart and therefore chooses not only to be on the good side, but also to defeat those on the evil side. While I don't believe that you have seen only two movies and not read any of the books (due to some of the references you made which are not included in any of the movies), you obviously do not know what you are talking about. I suggest you learn about your subject before you draw conclusions. I also feel sorry for your cildren, because you are depriving them from a truly excellent read.

    By Blogger Rachel, at 8:40 pm  

  • Damn, I'm glad you were joking-I thought you were just another jesus freak preaching the evils of Rowlings work. Well, I did think you were watching a bit to much Stars Wars, ironically, I was just thinking last week of a parody re-write were in the final battle Voldemort would say that classic line,"Harry, I am your father"...

    By Blogger Autumn, at 9:39 am  

  • i love you matt. I think if you have any kids, they're damn lucky to have you as a dad :-)

    By Blogger kelly, at 3:12 pm  

  • hey matt... I love it man :-) You seem to have an open mind, not like all the other "got so damn offended by something which has nothing to do with reality" people over here in this blog... :-) most of you all are just funny getting so pissed over a simple creative statement. haha. :-) care for joining the discordians?

    by the way: To compare Tolkiens masterpiece with this simple thing called the story of Harry Potter is not possible. Harry is a nice simple story with a low level niveau. Lord of the Rings and more of The Silmarillion, Encyclopedia of Arda and so on are a little bit more then just a story. But to understand that needs more then what is presented here or anywhere in mass media. Tolkien is not about good fighting evil but that is another story, eh...

    Hail Eris All Hail Discordia
    People get wise and wake up and stop fighting.


    By Blogger heyokah, at 4:00 pm  

  • There is no way around this; you are a moron.

    By Blogger twisted, at 2:20 am  

  • lol u guys a re trippin bawlz. youve made this book ur religion. just chill

    By Blogger Aiden, at 12:30 pm  

  • Dude - this is the funniest thing I've read all day!!!! Thank you!

    By Blogger Nicole, at 1:56 pm  

  • Okay, Whoever posted this story here is a moron. If you didn't even read the books, don't even know the plot, how can you say you know this??? OF COURSE VOLDEMORT KILLED HARRY!!!!

    By Blogger Moonlight, at 9:51 am  

  • (For those that posted comments)

    Damn, if you love Harry this much then why not bow down in front of her and say "Take me to wizard heaven!!!". Whoa your making the book a religion.

    "you're a fucktard who is overzealous in a religion that thinks its the only true path to "god"."-why you know one?

    and damn..."making realise that reading is good" hell yeah! reading potter and nothing else.

    Read a "book"...the Bible perhaps...toss in The Da Vinci Code
    for a mind-bogger...


    By Blogger Ishrael, at 5:54 pm  

  • I think this is funny and it made me laugh.... i dont laugh to often either... good job man

    By Blogger the_shot_gun_messgae, at 12:27 am  

Post a Comment

<< Home