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The text says, "I 'ship Christ/Church".  "'Ship' is short for relationship.  The term came about in the X-files fandom with the popular Mulder/Scully ship.  In Harry Potter, the popular ships are Harry/Hermione (my personal fave), Harry/Ginny, and Ron/Hermione.  If you choose Harry/Hermione like I did, expect to be banned from popular HP site like Mugglenet and The Leaky Cauldron...  People take these things WAY too seriously...  The reason it's such a hotly contested issue is that neither is exactly HP 'canon' yet.

With that said, for those whose main read is the Bible, the only logical ship to support is Christ/Church.  Well, actually some people push weird things like Christ/Jerusalem but whatever...  The great thing about it is that it is indeed canon and we don't have to have message board upon message board debating either side of the issue.

So, if you're into any fandom (whether HP, disney shows, LOST, etc.) and the issue of shipping comes up, just take this icon and tell them that Christ/Church is the only ship that matters in any fandom.
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"Speak for youself. Manboobs are one of my greatest fears in life. More than being eaten alive by rabid weasels."

Just one of those things that sound really funny by themselves...
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In church last Sunday we were singing a song called "How Deep the Father's Love for Us" and one of the lines is " As wounds which mar the Chosen One, bring many sons to glory"

For just a split second, I thought we were singing about Harry Potter....  *burns in Hell*
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Ok, here's my list of possible horcruxes:

PS: Wand displayed at Ollivander's - Ravenclaw horcrux
CoS: Diary - Destroyed
PoA: ??? - Gryffindor horcrux
GoF: Voldemort - Alive and well by all accounts
OotP: Locket - Slythering horcrux
HBP: Ring - Destroyed
HP7: Cup - Hufflepuff

Here's the deal, I just read Lori Summer's "Paradigm of Uncertianty" for the first time and there's a certain mechanism that involves tarot cards (not to completely spoil it for you if you haven't had a chance to read it yet) and for some reason that tripped something in my brain relating to horcruxes (possibly the mention of the King of Cups).

So here it is in shorthand:

House Horcrux Tarot suit
Wand at Ollivanders Wands
??? Swords
Locket Pentacles
Cup Cups

It's that last one that confuses me.  We've seen Gryffindor's sword but only in CoS.  To my imagination, there is abosolutely no way that's it's a horcrux.  I'm wondering if someone managed to fool Tom Riddle with a fake but that's almost as unlikely as the first possibility.  I wonder if there is a sword lying around inconspicuously in PoA?  Hmm....  Of course, it doesn't altogether rule out Harry's scar which seems to be a fan favorite....

I also noticed something else that relates to my observation of the Gryffindor/Ravenclaw connection in relationship.  The most notable ones are Bill/Fleur, Hagrid/Maxime, Ron/Luna *cough*, and Harry/Hermione *cough* *cough*.  Here goes: Gryffindor = fire sword = air,  Ravenclaw = air wand = fire.  And then there's Slytherin = water Pentacles = earth, Hufflepuff = earth Cup = water

Can anyone explain why I'm seeing this pattern?
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For corn's sake people! I had a dream MONTHS before HBP came out (thus ruling out that I was angry because of H/Hr). It was a dream. I HAD NO CONTROL OVER IT!!! I have never and will never have any ill feelings for JKR. From what I've heard, she's a wonderful mother.

Hypocrites! We've all had dreams that we had no control over and we wake up and go "WTF!"

This is TOTALLY different from a CONSCIOUS person willfully wishing that someone's baby would die because she thinks two fictional characters have a thing for each other. That's just sick!
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Easiest way to destroy horcruxes? Chuck 'em in the veil!
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Snape is not necessarily evil, he's just an extremely unpleasant person...

Draco is a werewolf. It sounds crazy at first but it fits with Draco's behavior astonishingly...

Tonks is the new Secret-keeper. Harry ran into Tonks on the seventh floor and she says she was on her way to see Dumbledore. I think DD knew what was about to happen and he knew that the secret would die with him so he switched.

Harry will have a ride on a magic carpet...

Harry will not stay very long at the Burrow. He will only be there for the wedding.

There seems to be a Gryffindor/Ravenclaw connection between ships:

- H/Hr - Hermione was considered for Ravenclaw
- R/Lu - That's obvious
- Bill/Fleur - Beauxbatons students regularly hung out with the Ravenclaws and also the flying carriage symbolizing air
- Hagrid/Maxime - another Gryffindor/Beauxbaton connection
- James/Lily - Of course, with HBP saying Lily should've been in Slytherin, I don't know... There's only her parallel with Hermione
- Dumbledore/Pomfrey - Ok, I just like that ship...
- Tonks/Lupin - with a gender switch?
- Filch/Pince - possibly... eww... nm...
- And maybe even Vernon/Petunia
- R/Hr would fit but not H/G. So something has to happen there...

I, like many others, think that a horcrux has been mentioned in every book.

PS/SS: Wand in the window as the Ravenclaw horcrux*- possibly the reason Ollivander high-tailed it...
CoS: Diary
PoA: ???? or the Gryffindor horcrux*
GoF: Voldemort
OotP: Locket as the Slytherin horcrux*
HBP: Ring
HP7: Hufflepuff cup <-- duh*

As you can see that neatly puts the founder's items in the odd-numbered books. I wonder why in that order though?

I am a part of the Pirate Ginny club. However, I personally feel that either Snape or Slughorn was a backer in it.
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I'm switching to Xanga! www.xanga.com/knownbeforetime

Here's what I'm thinking...

LJ = exploring my HP obsession

Xanga = exploring real life events into which HP rarely crosses over

So, if it's about HP, use LJ. If it's about me personally, use Xanga. Do not mix the two!

Current Mood: contemplative contemplative

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