At the Christmas lunch in the Prisoner of Azkaban, Trelawney at first refused to join the table, since when thirteen dine together, the first to rise will be the first to die. What she didn’t realise was that Scabbers, or Peter Pettigrew was there too, therefore there were already 13 people at the table. Dumbledore rose to greet her. Dumbledore was killed three books later.
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J.K. ROWLING IS A GENIUS.
I never stop being amazed by her.
HOW CAN SOMEONE BE THIS GOOD AT FORESHADOWING
^ And so subtle about it all too.
oh Rowling and oh the people who thought about this? Awesome.
That’s why she’s the Queen of everything.
I need to know.
Did Rowling come out with this? Was this REALLY intentional?
Or is this like in a High School English class when the teacher over analyzes a poem that really meant nothing more than “Fog came into the city, it looked pretty, it left.”*
If this was entirely intentional… I just regained all the respect that I had lost for her previously.
*You know what poem I’m talking about, don’t deny it.Via Life Augmented