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J. K. Rowling tells the story behind the symbol of the Deathly hallows

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Published on Nov 01, 2017

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This year, the saga of Harry Potter is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the debut of the first book (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone), and to celebrate the event, the BBC has decided to make a documentary about the fantasy saga, loved all over the world.

Thanks to this documentary, fans can discover what is behind the creation of the symbol of the Deathly hallows, objects which are important for all films, especially in the past. As stated by Rowling, the elements that make up the symbol have not been inspired by the magical elements, but by an emblem masonic present in the film of ’75, The man who would be king.

“The reason why I precisely remember this thing is due to the fact that, while I drew the symbol and I was watching the film, my mother is dead” reveals the writer “Many years later, looking at the symbol of the Deathly hallows, I find lots of similarities and I am convinced that the two things are inevitably linked, without, however, that I realized how”.

“The Harry Potter series is a loss,” he continues, “If my mother had not died, probably the stories would be completely different.”

(via CB)

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