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Below, discover a listing of all the content sections we're seeking to build within Level 9 -- the MuggleNet Department of Mysteries:
Love, as a force in Harry Potter
A section about the inner workings of love magic. How did Lily evoke her love protection - did she really do anything magical at all? What are the limits of this magic, and where does it live when active in Harry--in his body or in his soul? What about when it's taken into Voldemort via Harry's blood? Let's open the love room and try to reason how this most dangerous and powerful magic works.
Death, Ghosts and the Afterlife
Given the resurrection stone, ghosts lining the walls of Hogwarts, portraits of dead headmasters and Harry's experience in King's Cross with Dumbledore at the end of Deathly Hallows, what is revealed to us about Death in the Wizarding World? Does Jo suggest there is some form of afterlife?
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Mr. Prongs agrees with Mr. Moony and would like to add that Professor Snape is an ugly git.
Marauder's Map Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 14, Page 287
Quidditch started in the 11th century at a place called Queerditch Marsh, which is not marked on muggle maps because wizards have made the place unplottable. Originally it was quite a crude game played on broomsticks with just the quaffle.