How do alchemical and Masonic symbolism overlap? Dr. Beatrice Groves explores this connection, links it to the quest for the Hallows, and finds an astonishingly vivid parallel between “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” and “The Man Who Would Be King.”
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The Deathly Hallows symbol has been at the center of most of the promotional content for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”. Dr. Beatrice Groves looks at how the Deathly Hallows was influenced by Masonic symbolism.
From what we know about “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”, Dumbledore appears to be treating Newt far worse than he ever treated Harry.
Eight years ago today the the book that marked the end of an era made its way to bookstore shelves and into the hands of an eager generation of “Harry Potter” fans. We all remember where we were when we read “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” for the first time. For some of us it was directly following the release, while others waited a few years before coming to the end of the journey. My first time through the pages of the seventh volume in the “Harry Potter” series was the very second the clock struck twelve on July 21, 2007.