Join hpboy13 as he analyzes the two main themes of “Troubled Blood”: misogyny and astrology.
Dr. Beatrice Groves predicts that “Troubled Blood” will take us from St. John’s Gate to the Hampton Court astronomical clock, all while weaving in elements of tarot and the occult.
In anticipation of the imminent release of “Troubled Blood”, Dr. Beatrice Groves predicts that the upcoming novel will include Cornish myths, occult presences, and a mysterious place known as the Doom Bar.
Which tarot card best represents your favorite wizarding world wizard?
Which tarot card best represents your favorite wizarding world witch?
Good, Kind, and Brave: Six Ways Cedric Diggory Embodied the King of Cups, and How to Honor His Memory
The King of Cups is known for making friends rather than enemies and showing kindness even to his opposition. Sound like anyone we know?
Manic strategists Oliver Wood and the Knight of Swords are almost freakishly similar. How do their traits overlap, and what are the implications of their similarities?
“Reading, Writing, Rowling” Episode 21: “Divination Class: Tarot, Astrology, and Games in Harry Potter”
Episode 21 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” explores the future as well as fun and games, from prophecies to tarot cards to chess, and their impact on the narrative of “Harry Potter”.
Recently I have become obsessed with Draco Malfoy’s character. There’s so much complexity to examine.