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I've spent the last couple of weeks re-reading the first 6 books in this series, partially as a refresher, but also to see if I could find any clues as to what's coming up. One of the ways I searched for clues was by looking for unanswered questions, of which I've found quite a few.  Another way was noticing the tone and foreshadowing clues.  I'm sure that I've included some questions that are unlikely to be answered.  The ones that I think are likely to be answered are in bold, and the ones that I think I know the answer to are in italics.

I include questions raised by Professor Trelawney and the centaurs because I think Rowling uses them as foreshadowing tools.  Professor Trelawney appears to have some small gift of foresight that is always working, as she often sees the correct events and signs, but misinterprets them.

J.K. Rowling herself has helped me answer some of these (although she may have created new ones herself) by statements she's made in the last several months.  Wikipedia has a round-up.

From Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's/Philosopher's Stone:

1.1 What did the Sorting Hat say to Neville Longbottom?  He was under the hat for quite some time.

No idea.
1.2 What did the centaurs read in the movements of the planets of what is to come? (Sorry for the awkward phrasing.  I tried to come as close to the centaurs phrasing as possible)

Presumably something about the coming war.  "Mars is unusually bright tonight."  Even we Muggles know that Mars represents war.
1.3 How in the world did Ollivander know that Harry's wand was the twin to Voldemort's?  I doubt he sold Lord Voldemort a wand.  He sold Tom Riddle one.

This seems likely to be answered because it seems likely to be tied to question 6.1.  I have no idea what the answer is.  The obvious one is that he works for Voldemort and knew his "previous identity", but I'm not sure I'm willing to go with the obvious here.  Perhaps the problem is a matter of tense.  Maybe he did work for Voldemort, and is now in hiding?
1.4 Voldemort says to Harry at the end, "your mother needn't have died".  What exactly does he mean there?  That he was coming to kill James and Harry only?  Why would he leave Lily alive?

I think that Voldemort may have been not entirely truthful here.  Still, if you think about 0.2 and 0.4 and this, interesting possibilities come to mind.

(as an aside, now that I've done some research, I like the British title for this book better. Check out the Wikipedia article about the legendary philosopher's stone)

From Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets:

2.1 What happened to Mr. Weasley's flying car?

Rowling has indicated that we will see the car again. This may indicate an answer to 6.8 and possibly 6.9.
2.2 Who gave Aragog to Hagrid?

No idea.
2.3 What else is in the Chamber of Secrets?  Note that it's called the Chamber of Secrets, not the Chamber of the Secret.

This may be one of the most important unanswered questions.  I can't believe that there hasn't been a full inventory done of the Chamber.

From Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban:

3.1 Why does Harry have the "shortest lifeline [Professor Trelawney] has ever seen"?

Perhaps this is just Rowling playing games with this character, but it also could indicate that Harry is indeed going to die in book 7.
3.2 From Professor Trelawney:
  • Is Neville's grandmother well?
  • What is Lavender dreading that will come on the 16th of October?
  • Why should Parvati "beware a red-haired man"?

Of the three, the only one we might have an answer to is the third.  Ron didn't treat Padma (Parvati's twin sister) very well at the Yule ball in GoF, so maybe Professor Trelawney misread the signs and had the wrong twin.  It's also possible that Ron's relationship with Lavender (Parvati's best friend) in HBP causes strife between the two girls.

Once again, most likely Rowling is just teasing us and making Trelawney look ridiculous, but you never know.

3.3 How did Peter Pettigrew actually kill all those Muggles?  By all accounts, he's not a very good wizard.

I'm guessing he had help from Voldemort. What kind of help?  Haven't the foggiest.
3.4 Both Dumbledore and Lupin appear to use the Patronus Charm in this book, but the book is vague about the shape of the patronus in each case.  What are the shapes of their patronuses?

This might be interesting to know, but I doubt we'll ever find out.
3.5 How did Sirius talk to Crookshanks?  Is there an ability like Harry's parselmouth ability that lets one talk to cats?  Does it somehow come naturally out of being an animagus?

I think this is a slip-up by Rowling, but she does explicitly say in PoA that Sirius talked to Crookshanks.

From Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire:

4.1 What exactly are blast-ended skrewts? They aren't listed in my copy of Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them, 52nd edition, by Newt Scamander.  Are they really, as Rita Skeeter claims, a cross-breed between manticores and fire-crabs?

Maybe I need a new edition.
4.2 Where did Hagrid get them? Did he breed them himself?

I hope not.
4.3 Is he in violation of the 1965 Ban on Experimental Breeding?

Well, apparently he is if he's bred the blast-ended skrewts himself.
4.4 It appears to be relatively easy to make a portkey.  Why don't wizards go around in constant fear that anything that they touch might have been made into one?

I think that Rowling may have slipped up here and made portkeys too powerful.
4.5 Couldn't Barty Crouch Jr. made something into a portkey far earlier in the term?  Why did he have to wait for Harry to make it through the Triwizard Tournament and get the cup?  Wouldn't it have been simpler to do something sooner?  Is it because Voldemort wasn't ready yet?

Or maybe it's because it would've made the book too short.
4.6 How did Voldemort get his wand back?  After the failed attack on the infant Harry, it doesn't appear that he would've been in a state to be able to carry around a wand.  Wouldn't the wand have likely been left at the scene of the crime and later destroyed (or held as evidence)?

This seems like another slip-up on Rowling's part.
4.7 Why do flying carpets fall under "Misuse of Muggle Artifacts", but flying brooms don't? 

This, while obviously deliberate, seems entirely inconsistent. But, what do I know? I'm just a Muggle.

From Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix:

5.1 At Order headquarters, what's in the "heavy locket that none of them could open"?

The obvious answer to this one is that it's what's left of the horcrux taken by R.A.B.  The problem with that is that you think that Harry would've remembered seeing the locket before when he saw it in the pensieve.
5.2 Why is the barman at the Hog's Head familiar to Harry?

I wonder if I've missed something here and if this question has already been answered?  It seems a very minor thing, and I have no clue what the answer is, but every other time that Harry or someone has thought someone looked familiar there was a reason.
5.3 Dumbledore says that Fawkes will have to tell Mrs. Weasley about Mr. Weasley after Mr. Weasley was attacked.  How did Fawkes do this?

This appears to be another example of people being able to talk to animals.  I'm confused, then, as to why parseltongue is such a rare gift.  Unless Fawkes delivered the message as an owl would, with a note tied to his leg.  There's nothing about that in the text though.
5.4 What's past the locked door that they're unable to open in the Department of Mysteries?

No idea.
5.5 Why do portkeys work at Hogwarts? 

This and my other portkey questions really bug me, but I doubt we'll get answers.
5.6 What exactly determines the form of the patronus in the Patronus Charm? The root of the name is "patron" which means "father" or "protector".  In Harry's case it's literally the shape of his father's animagus form, but is not in other cases (Hermione's is an otter, for example).  Is the shape determined externally (i.e., is the shape spiritual in some way), or internally? 

Harry's seems to be externally (he didn't know his father's animagus form was a stag when he made it the first time), but Tonks' appears to be internally (her emotional state seems to have changed the form of her patronus).  I'd love to see some clarification on this point by Rowling, but it seems doubtful that we'll get it.

From Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince:

6.1 What happened to Ollivander? Why is his shop closed?

Haven't a clue, other than what I said in my answer to 1.3.  This seems highly significant though.
6.2 How can house elves apparate at Hogwart's?

No idea.
6.3 What happened to the Hufflepuff cup that Voldemort stole?

Obviously, we're expecting this to be a horcrux.
6.4 Who is R.A.B.?

I don't know anyone who thinks this is anyone other than Regulus (Arcturus?) Black, Sirius' younger brother.  Rowling herself has said that's a "good guess".
6.5 How did R.A.B. get the horcrux?  Was he alone? Did he find some way of getting it without drinking the potion?  If not, did the potion refill later? Or, did R.A.B. put the potion there so that Voldemort would have to drink it?

I think that I put this one in bold more out of hope than anything else.  I really hope these questions are answered, but I fear they might not be. I have no idea what the answers to these questions are, and I really want to know.
6.6 Did R.A.B. destroy the horcrux that he acquired, or does that still need to be done?

I suspect that the answer to this question is "yes", but I wouldn't be surprised either way.  Harry, by his thoughts at the end of HBP, appears to think the answer is "yes".
6.7 Is R.A.B. still alive?

My good friend that I've mentioned previously believes that the answer is "no".  There's certainly a lot of evidence to support that belief.  Rowling has fooled me before, though.  I'm not willing to close the book on this one.
6.8 Will Hogwart's remain open?

Once again, I wouldn't be surprised either way, here.  At first, I thought the answer was definitely "yes", but after re-reading HBP, I'm not so sure.
6.9 Will Harry attend Hogwart's in year 7?

Sadly, I think the answer to this question is almost certainly "no", regardless of what the answer to 6.8 is.  However, I don't throw out the possibility entirely, especially given the fact that we're supposed to see the flying car again. Obviously, at the end of HBP, Harry indicates that he's not planning on it, and there are certainly problems with doing so.  Dumbledore is gone. Snape is gone.  Draco Malfoy is gone.  If he's at school, how will he pursue his quest for the remaining horcruxes? McGonagall, or whoever the new headmaster is, will be unlikely to let Harry  flit about wherever he'd like in his efforts to obtain these items. Especially since Harry is unlikely to say why he's going to want to do this. Also, when looking at Harry's life, I break the books down as follows:
  • SS/PS & CoS have a young and insecure Harry, very unsure of himself and even whether he belongs in the wizarding world.
  • PoA, GoF, & OotP are Harry's rebellious teenager years.
  • HBP & (I assume) DH have a more mature Harry, one who is beginning to accept and understand his responsibilities.  And, while I would like to see him at Hogwarts, that's not where Harry's responsibilities lie.

And some global questions:

0.1 Whose side is Snape on, anyway?

I know that there's been quite a bit of discussion on this topic, ever since SS/PS, and it's reached an unbelievable level since HBP. There's even at least one book on the subject. However, if you still have doubts on this issue, then I'm not sure I can help you. Dumbledore trusted Snape completely. That should be good enough. If that's not enough for you, I submit two more points.
  1. His assistance to Lupin in PoA.  He made Lupin's potion unfailingly every month.  Doubtlessly, he continued to do so even after PoA, which does beg the question of what Lupin's going to do about his potion needs in DH.
  2. How many people could've Snape killed during the "Flight of the Prince", and how many did he?  Certainly Professor Flitwick, Hermione, Luna, and even Harry could've been "eliminated", but Snape chose not to seriously injure any of them.
0.2 Is the fact that Harry has "his mother's eyes (green)" significant? How?

Rowling herself says that the answer to the first part of this is "yes", but I'm not sure how.  Originally, I had an idea here that didn't bear fruit upon a re-read.  I thought she might have been in Slytherin when she was at Hogwarts.  "Outrageous", you say. "She was in Gryffindor.  Everybody knows that." Which is what I thought too, until I gave it some serious thought, and realized I couldn't remember where it was ever stated what house she was in.  His father was quite plainly in Gryffindor, and it's mentioned quite clearly several times. So, I looked and looked for anything about Lily's house while re-reading.  I was more and more surprised as I kept reading and didn't see it anywhere, and I grew more and more certain that she was in Slytherin.  However, after 2,758 pages in the series, (page 70 of HBP), Professor Slughorn finally clears up the mystery and puts her unequivocally in Gryffindor. That theory was blasted, so I still don't know how her green eyes are significant, unless it has something to do with...
0.3 Why did Dumbledore feel that he had an ironclad reason for trusting Snape?

We know that the death of James and Lily is part of this reason. But it's quite obvious that Snape would not feel much (if any) remorse over the death of James. It must then have been the death of Lily that caused Snape to repent and join the Order. This begs the question...
0.4 What do we really about Lily Evans' (Harry's mom) time at Hogwarts? Or about Lily's past at all, other than that she's Petunia's sister?

There must be some hitherto unknown connection between Lily and Snape. We know that they both were outstanding at potions. Was that the connection, or is it something deeper? Was Snape in love with Lily? Or were they related somehow? Perhaps Lily was adopted? At one point, I wondered if Lily might be related to Voldemort as well (we don't know how many children Merope Gaunt had by Tom Riddle), but that idea doesn't seem to hold water.
0.5 What do we know about James Potter's family?  What happened to Harry's paternal grandparents?

0.6 Who is going to die in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?

Much has been made of the misquote from Rowling that "two characters are going to die in book 7".  That's not what she actually said.  Her exact quote was "One character got a reprieve, but I have to say two die that I didn't intend to die...A price has to be paid. We are dealing with pure evil...They go for the main characters...well, I do".  To me that means that more than two will be dying.  As a matter of fact, I expect the corpses to pile up like the second act in a Shakespearean tragedy. Here's my list:

  1. Lord Voldemort -- I think we can take this one as a given
  2. Severus Snape -- After the end of HBP, Rowling really doesn't have many options for this character.  Whether he's good or not, his actions warrant a one-way ticket to Azkaban. Since I don't see that happening, the only other realistic outcome for him is death. Of course, he could go on the run for the rest of his life, but that would lack completeness.
  3. Draco Malfoy -- Some of the same reasoning applies here.  Also, the events in HBP set up Draco for a tragically heroic death. It appears that he doesn't really have the heart (or lack of it) to be as evil as he'd like. In many ways, he's now going through the same insecurities and issues that Harry went through in years 1 and 2.
  4. R.A.B. if he's not already dead.

I'm pretty sure about those four.  Also, I expect some new characters and probably some Muggles to die. After that, it becomes guesswork. I put them in order of likelihood.

  1. At least one of the Weasley's (but not Ron).  My best guess is one of the twins, most likely George. This is probably the event that brings Percy back to the family.  I expect Percy to be there when this event happens. This may mean that this will happen at the wedding of Bill and Fleur.
  2. At least one of the Order of the Phoenix. Lupin and Hagrid seem most likely here.
  3. At least one other character. I don't know who. However, Harry seems the most likely of the rest of the characters.  The story is very reminiscent of a tragedy so far, and I wonder if Harry is destined to ever have happiness.
0.7 Were the events at the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince really necessary?

This one isn't in bold, because I doubt that it will be explicitly answered in DH, but the answer is "yes".  And frankly, should've been apparent to all of us after the events at the end of OotP, if not even sooner.  Harry is destined to stand alone against Voldemort, not with his parents, or Sirius, or Dumbledore. In the end it will be one-on-one, perhaps even with an old west "High Noon" feel. The elimination of Harry's guardians gives him strength.  Now, did it have to happen at the end of HBP, or could it have occurred at some point in DH? That's debatable, but the events were already inevitable once we read "The Boy Who Lived" in SS/PS.
0.8 Harry says at the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince that he's going to visit his parents' home in Godric's Hollow.  How's he going to do this since Peter Pettigrew (Wormtail) was secret keeper for the location?

I'm guessing the "secret" died with the Potters.
0.9 Where will the non-humans and part-humans (elves, giants, merfolk, goblins, centaurs) stand?  With Voldemort?  Will the Order get any support from any of these beings/creatures?

It appears that most will either side with Voldemort or attempt to remain neutral.  I'm curious to see if Grawp has any kind of role to play, though.
0.10 Will Ron and Hermione finally get together?

Of course.  Did you not read the end of HPB? Neither of them seems to have the gloom of tragedy hanging over them, and its quite apparent that neither will be truly happy without the other.  That's why neither appears on my death watch.
0.11 What will happen with Harry and Ginny? Is it over?

Good question. I'm on record as saying that I hate the whole Superman/Lois Lane ending here. "My enemies can't know how I feel about you. It puts you in danger." Puh-leez. Trite. Trite. Trite. I think they end up together as long as neither of them die. I wouldn't be terribly surprised to see either of them die.
0.12 Is Harry a horcrux?

Oh, God, no. I don't know how this one got started.  What, you think Voldemort accidentally made Harry a horcrux? It had to be accidental, if it happened, because Voldemort was too weak after attempting the Killing Curse to have done it then.  And if accidental, that means there's still likely 4 horcruxes in addition to Harry, and furthermore, it means Harry has to die before Voldemort can be killed. Sorry, don't see that happening. Would you like a copy of our home game?
0.13 What about the sword of Godric Gryffindor? The Mirror of Erised? The Sorting Hat? Could any of these be horcruxes?

It doesn't seem likely. Dumbledore seems convinced that Voldemort was unable to create any horcruxes at Hogwarts other than the diary.

Obviously, some of the global questions aren't really questions that are unanswered from previous books, but more questions about direction of the plot line.  As I indicated earlier, I think you can divine answers to some of these by paying attention while reading the first 6 books.

Well, that's what I've been able to come up with.  Did I miss anything that you would add?  Do I have the wrong answers?  What are your thoughts?

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Another question from HBP: is Dumbledore really dead? When he was talking to Malfoy, he told him "He cannot kill you if you are already dead. Come over to the right side, Draco, and we can hide you more completely than you can possibly imagine...Nobody would be surprised if you had died in your attempt to kill me" It sounds to me like Dumbledore has a way to feign death, or come back from death. So I'm not certain we've really seen the last of him (although we also know that it is Harry that must in the end confront Voldemort, so if Dumbledore does come back, I'm not sure what role he will play).
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Dumbledore is dead.

Rowling has stated so, quite publicly, many times.

However, she has also let two things slip:
1) We're going to learn a lot more about ghosts in year 7
2) Dumbledore's character was "giving her trouble" when she was writing it.

I'm not saying that Dumbledore will be a ghost. Frankly, I hope not. But, the two points taken together are interesting.
Left by Chris J. Breisch on Jun 12, 2007 8:49 AM

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The reason Dumbledore gave her problems was probably that Harry cannot fit Dumbledore's portrait in his robes. Although Dumbledore is as dead as Quirrell, I doubt that we have heard the last from him. I would suspect that his portrait will provide some useful information.

And just to nip it in the bud, Dumbledore will not become a ghost. Nearly Headless Nick said (I believe in OOTP) that ghosts are imporints of those to fearful to make the journey beyond (I am para-phasing here, but you get the idea). Well all that we know of Dumbledore would be completely wrong, or more to the point, tossed aside. He continually tells Tom Riddle that there are worst things than death and, to be honest, Dumbledore does not strike me as one fears much.

And just to stir the pot up some... We know that we find out something important about Lily Evans and Petunia Dursley (formerly Evans). So about this: they are related to Snape. Maybe second cousins or something. Petunie does have many of the same physical characteristics of Snape. This would also go a long way to exaplaining why Snape felt such remorse with the death of the Potters. If I am wrong, then Dumbledore's reason for trusting Snape is pretty lame (very, very, very lame). I cannot believe that Dumbledore, no matter how forgiving, could believe such tripe.

Anyone want to take a guess as to what is so special about Harry's and (by extension) is mother's eyes? Other than they are both thehouse colors for Slytherin.
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Jon... you say Harry cannot fit Dumbledore's portrait in his robes? I beg to differ.

Dumbledore, in OotP, said that he didn't care what they took away from him "as long as they don't take him off the Chocolate Frog cards."

And in Sorcerer's Stone, JKR makes a point to show in the exchange on the train between Ron and Harry that the witch/wizard actually appears in the card.

Carry Dumbledore in his pocket? You bet.

I love the Ollivander theory though. I've been asking that question since HBP came out. Then it really started to hit me when I started writing (I'm writing my own full-length version of Deathly Hallows before the real thing comes out.) I wonder how his involvement will pan out.

Good stuff.

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I think the relationship between Harry's eyes and his moms has to do with Snape. Why else would he remember the memory of when Lily Evans stood up for him in OOTP? How many times do you think James made fun of Snape when they went to school together? Probaly more than once... Another reason why Snape hates James so much was because he married Lily, while he loved her. But then again Snape did call Lily a mudblood...
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can someone please tell me who dies i raelly think harry dies casue harry is a horcrux
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Harry is NOT a horcrux. See 0.12.

As for Harry dying, I don't know. See what I said above about it.

Any spoilers posted here will be deleted.
Left by Chris J. Breisch on Jun 25, 2007 8:21 AM

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All good thoughts. I had forgotten about the cards. That's an interesting idea. Can't wait to see how things turn out!

I don't think Dumbledore is a ghost either. Frankly, I think that's too cheesy for this series. But did Nick really say that ghosts were too afraid to make the journey? I thought he was referring to himself only when he said that. I'll look it up.

Hey, has anybody had any of the Every Flavor Beans?

I got one that tasted like dirt the other day.
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hmm... im just writing about 5.2 "why is the barman at the hogs head familiar to harry"... he is familiar to Harry because Harry knows the barmans brother... the barmans name is Aberforth Dumbledore...he is albus dumbledore's brother. he was first mentioned in GoF (very breifly)... then again in OotP when harry, hermione and ron go into the hogs head for the DaDA meeting... remember??
The reason why he looked familiar is because Mad Eye Moody showed Harry a picture of the original Order at dinner earlier on in the book and Aberforth was in that!!
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Dumbledoor is definitely dead, don't people remember during The Goblet of Fire, when Harry is duelling with Voldemort he sees the ghosts of his parents, and others, and when Harry tells Dumbledoor, he strictly says, no spell can bring the dead back to life, so he is dead, whether he comes back as a spirit in a portrait or something like that is another possibility but he will not be in physicall form
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I think that Harry's mom's and his eye color have something to do with the killing curse (notice every time it is used, Rowling emphasizes the GREEN flash). Maybe Harry's mom had some kind of encounter with the curse at one point in her life. And lived. Maybe Harry and his mother are linked by the fact that they encountered the curse and survived. When Harry was told that love protected him, maybe his mother had the same thing happen to her. Or maybe "love" created a bond between Harry and his mother that somehow changed their eye color? I highly doubt the last one, but who knows.
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I think that Harry Potter is pretty much the coolest person in the world! He won't die, he just can't! He's my bestest friend and my hero! By the way, I am Ronald Weasley. I have a crush on Hermione Granger, she's so hot! Well I guess because of the fact that I'm in the book I know what happens. However, I can't tell you, it's top secret! You will just have to wait two more days! Bye bye.
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Oh my gosh i´m soo jealous =( .. i live in austria and we have to wait till the 27 October to read the 7th book .. =)
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My names Hermione Granger and its obvious that harry is a horcrux. I love Ronald Weasly and harry is not going to die because Voldemort took his blood to recreate himself at the end of GOF
Left by Hermione Granger on Dec 21, 2007 9:09 PM

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