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By Harleen

Harry Potter - Lily Evans - Mark Evans

    Dudley beat up a ten-year old named Mark Evans in the 5th book, who, coincidentally, shares a last name with Harry's mother. I don't think he will be Harry's lost brother because he's 10 (meaning Lily didn't die "that" night -which is impossible due to her protection on Harry). However, maybe Lily and Petunia
had a brother?

Harry - Lily - Dumbledore

    Lily Potter had red hair.  The only other character who is described as having auburn hair (apart from the Weasleys, who I think are just a red is Dumbledore, 50 years ago, in Tom Riddle's memory.  But Lily was Muggle born...hmmm.  Well, this is still possible.  Filch is a squib, a name given to a Muggle born to wizards.  So, it is possible that Dumbledore had a child born as a Muggle.  Petunia also tells us that her mother and father were proud of Lily when she got into Hogwarts.  Were they perhaps happy that their ancestor's wizarding blood had been passed on to Lily even though it had skipped them?

Harry - Godric Gryffindor

    Being as You-Know-Who is related to Salazar Slytherin, wouldn't it be nice if Harry were related to Godric Gryffindor?!  Well, there is evidence to suggest that he might be.  Firstly, the Potter's lived at a place called Godric's Hollow.  Secondly, (and more interestingly) is what Dumbledore says to Harry after he defeats the Basilisk in the Chamber of Secrets.   He states that only a true Gryffindor could have pulled Godric's sword from out of the sorting hat.  Maybe Dumbledore wasn't referring to houses, maybe he was actually telling Harry that he is a Gryffindor by blood.  And why did Fawkes bring the old sorting hat?  Why not just the sword?  Well, the sorting hat belonged to Godric Gryffindor too...

Lily Potter - Petunia Dursley - Narcissa Malfoy

    There are three women in the Harry Potter books that are all named after flowers.  Lily and Petunia, who are sisters and Narcissa Malfoy; Narcissa is the female form of Narcissus a purple and white flower.  Could there be some form of relationship between the three?

Harry Potter - Remus Lupin

    Now that Sirius is gone, Lupin will probably become a father figure to Harry, watching out and taking care of him. Harry is still suffering from Sirius's death but I think he will accept Lupin as more of a parent pretty readily. I also think that Mrs. and Mr. Weasley will also become even more of a parental figure to Harry. Mrs. Weasley has always treated Harry as if he was one of her own sons and I think she will feel obligated to do this even more so now that Harry has lost the person closest to a father to him.

Harry Potter - Ron Weasley - Hermione Granger

    I don't think that their relationship will change a great deal. Sure, there will be mixed romances, perhaps a triangle but all in all they will remain fast friends and will guide and help Harry all they can.

 Harry Potter - Severus Snape

    Snape is the character we love to hate. However, in the last two books, as well as in the first, we learn that Snape is on Harry's side; or at least Dumbledore's. He's in the Order of the Phoenix and is obviously spying on Voldemort. I also felt sorry for Snape in book 5 in "Snape's Worst Memory." And he saved Harry's life again by calling the rest of the Order to his aid in the Department of Mysteries. I think Snape will definitely save Harry again and as a result they will have a newfound respect for each other.

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