An ex-student of Ilvermorny and in hiding from the magical world, Ms. Frizzle illegally used her magic to teach science to No-Maj children.
If you were wondering which expression you should be using to describe a non-magical person, wonder no longer! “No-Maj” is now the official term being used here at NoMajNet.com!
Why does everyone think James Potter is so great? Here at NoMajNet, we all know who the best James really is.
With America facing a potentially dangerous shift, here’s a look at what “Harry Potter” has taught us about the power of knowledge and hope.
An exciting day for fans of MinaLima’s gorgeous graphic design work – the magical design duo revealed a special “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” range of art prints and stationery.
The excitement of MuggleNet’s visit to the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” set got my mind racing. How could Muggle history have affected the magical world? I decided to do some research into my theories!
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” comes to theaters one year from today! Here’s a list of a dozen reasons to keep you excited for the next 12 months!
One of the more unexpected things revealed about the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” film was the fact that American wizards had coined their own term for a Muggle. The word, “No-Maj,” literally meaning “No Magic,” is apparently the term that American wizards were using to refer to those without magic in the 1920s.