General speculations about Voldemort
Here's some general Speculations about Voldemort.
|| In the first book if you
look on page 130 chapter seven. It will show that Voldermort had the
ability to go in Harry's dreams the turban told him to be in Slytherin.
Which I think the turban was Voldermort in hiding for Harry could
not know it was him (-)
Maybe, when Voldemort is defeated, all of those that died at
his hand will come back to life. (Dana
I dont think when/if Voldemort is defeated
his victims will come back to life- stuff doesn't work that way, we
know from what JKR has said Harry's parents wont come back, and we
know no spell can reawaken the dead. So everyone he's killed will
stay dead. (Hannah)
All the specualtion about Harry being a relation of Voldemort
overlook one oft repeated fact in the books. Tom Riddle/Voldemort
was the last heir of Slytherin so there are
no younger descendants of the line. If there were a descendant the
Death-eaters would know of him/her as they are mad-keen genealogists
as demonstrated by the family
tree in Sirius' house. (Robert Cox)
Voldemort doesn't have a scar (not that we know of) so how
else would he be able to sense stuff.
ps. Dumbledore has a scar 'about his left
knee' that is a perfect map of the london underground. Hey it'd be
funny if the OOTP is stuck on the undergrond and the they all go and
work out their way out from DDore's knee!. (Hsmiles)
This has been bugging me for a while. I'm not sure if it will
mean anything but I thought I'd point it out anyway. In SS Hagrid
says that "There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad
who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-who was one". We learn in COS
that Tom Riddle was a half-blood, with his father being a muggle.
But in OOTP, the Sorting Hat states "Said Slytherin, 'We'll teach
just those whose ancestory is purest" and later "For instance,
Slytherin took only pure-blood wizards". I'm sorry but it's all
contradictory. If Slytherin only took pure-bloods then why would Tom
Riddle be one of them? Unless, of course, that Slytherin DOES indeed
take half-bloods, as well as pure or Tom Riddle was an exception due
to his Slytherin blood. Or was Hagrid wrong? He could have been but
I doubt it, considering they were at school together and he was the
boy that framed him for the COS thing.
We learn that only pure-blood wizards are allowed into Slytherin
and that there isn't a wizard that was bad who wasn't in Slytherin.
In CoS Tom Riddles tells us that his father was a muggle, making a
half-blood. Therefore, he could not be in Slytherin.