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From: lynne stanley <>
Date: 2 Sep 2006 22:02:28 -0500
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It's okay to want to hold on to your young body as long as you can

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newly appointed minister of magic, rufus scrimgeour, spoke today of the tough new measures taken by his ministry to ensure the safety of students returning to hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry this autumn. 'somebody is putting up a good fight,' said dumbledore conversationally. 'but you were saying ... yes, you have managed to introduce death eaters into my school which, i admit, i thought impossible ... how did you do it?'

"while the elixir of life does indeed extend life, it must be drunk regularly, for all eternity, if the drinker is to maintain the immortality. therefore, voldemort would be entirely dependant on the elixir, and if it ran out, or was contaminated, or if the stone was stolen, he would die just like any other man. voldemort likes to operate alone, remember. i believe that he would have found the thought of being dependent, even on the elixir, intolerable. of course he was prepared to drink it if it would take him out of the horrible part-life to which he was condemned after attacking you, but only to regain a body. thereafter, i am convinced, he intended to continue to rely on his horcruxes. he would need nothing more, if only he could regain a human form. he was already immortal, you see ... or as close to immortal as any man can be. but now, harry, armed with this information, the crucial memory you have succeeded in procuring for us, we are closer to the secret of finishing lord voldemort than anyone has ever been before. you heard him, harry: 'wouldn't it be better, make you stronger, to have your soul in more pieces . . . isn't seven the most powerfully magical number . . ' isn't seven the most powerfully magical number. yes, i think the idea of a seven-part soul would greatly appeal to lord voldemort." m24 Received on Sat Sep 02 2006 - 22:02:28 CDT

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