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  List of spells - Harry Potter Wiki - a Wikia wiki
Seen/Mentioned: The spell is used throughout the series, most notably when Harry summoned his broom to complete the first task of the Triwizard Tournament, in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, as well as to summon the Portkey to escape in the Battle of the Graveyard.
Harry uses it twice in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: once in an attempt to give Dumbledore a drink to lessen the effects of Voldemort's potion, and once to douse Hagrid's hut after it was set on fire by a Death Eater.
Seen/Mentioned: In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, it is used by Ron to magically cause the stairs in his room, which lead to the attic, to descend, as well as by Crabbe in the Room of Hidden Things to lower the wall behind which Ron is hiding.
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  List of spells in Harry Potter2 | Encyclopedia of Speculative Fiction | Wizards.pro
Harry uses it twice in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, once to give Dumbledore a drink to lessen the effects of Voldemort's potion, and once to douse Hagrid's hut after it was set on fire by a Death Eater.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, it is suggested that the Confundus is the charm responsible for the Goblet choosing a fourth Triwizard contestant.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire this charm was a counter-spell to the Transfiguration Spell.
encyclopedia.wizards.pro /index.php/List_of_spells_in_Harry_Potter   (7447 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Canonical spells in the world of Harry Potter
Most spells are listed by their incantation, with their vernacular name in parentheses, when known.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, it is suggested that the Confundus is the charm responsible for the Goblet choosing a fourth Triwizard contestant.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire this charm was a counter-spell to the Transfiguration Spell.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Canonical-spells-in-the-world-of-Harry-Potter   (10523 words)

  
 MuggleNet | Harry Potter Spells / Curses / Charms List
Although a simple spell, it causes the victim's wand to fly out of his or her hand, depriving its victim of his or her primary weapon and means of defense.
When used by many people on a single target in tandem, the spell is powerful enough to knock the target off of his or her feet, as was demonstrated on Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Harry got confused during his Charms OWL and cast a Growth Charm on a rat he was meant to be turning orange.
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 Harry Potter Spells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
The unofficial Harry Potter fansite - The unofficial Harry Potter fansite Introduction to the series, list of spells, lots of general information, presentations of magical creatures and rumors about the fifth book.
Harry Potter Action Figure - Harry Potter Action Figure List of fictional books within the Harry Potter series - This is a list of fictional books mentioned in the Harry Potter series, along with their names in other languages.
Harry Potter Trading Card Game - Created by Wizards of the Coast in August of 2001, the Harry Potter Trading Card Game is a strategy game based in the magical world created by JK Rowling.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Pure blood
In the Harry Potter books magic is depicted as a natural force, one that can be used to override the usual laws of nature.
For example, Harry Potter once made his hair grow back after a bad haircut, and made the glass front of boa constrictor's cage disappear.
The following is a list of special abilities that a wizard or witch in the Harry Potter universe may have.
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 Powell's Books - Children's
He knows no spells, has never helped to hatch a dragon, and has never worn a cloak of invisibility.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3)
Poor, orphaned Harry Potter is stuck living with his miserable relatives until salvation arrives in the form of letter: He's been invited to attend the prestigious Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry.
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 Harry Potter Web :: http://www.harrypotterweb.com Harry Potter spells
Spells in the series seem to be enacted mostly by speaking a few words, typically in a modified form of Latin, and gesturing with a wand.
This spell is used by Hermione in the movie version of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets to stop the pixies in Gilderoy Lockhart 's Defence Against the Dark Arts class, and by Remus Lupin in the film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban to freeze the Whomping Willow.
Harry Potter himself attempted to use the curse on Bellatrix Lestrange during a climactic fight at the Ministry of Magic, but it did not have much effect — Lestrange reveals that the person performing the curse must genuinely desire to inflict pain, and that the "righteous anger" Harry was feeling at the time was insufficient.
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 Society Saint Pius X Communicantes August 2001 Harry Potter and the Problem of Good and Evil
One of the greatest problems of the Harry Potter craze, as I see it, is the tremendous confusion between good and evil it is bound to generate among the youth, especially in the already-relativized ambience of our days.
Spells are “cool.” Books are being published on the subject, such as Spells of Teenage Witches, described by its author as “a self-help book for young people.” A witch and officer of the Pagan Federation wrote The Young Witches Handbook, which includes spells for passing school exams or attracting a partner.
Harry Potter and his friends cast spells, read crystal balls, and everything is fine.
www.sspx.ca /Communicantes/Aug2001/Harry_Potter_Good_Evil.htm   (1737 words)

  
 Harry Potter's World - HPPA spells
Here is the list of spells you may use for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
For the first time, the flipendo spell is no where in sight, yet there are several other new spells that will keep you busy.
Spell is used to illuminate your wand so you can see in dark areas, as well as secret areas.
www.geocities.com /scoutusagi/harrypotter/hpaspell.htm   (185 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Harry Potter Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
The first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (released as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in the United States) was released in 1997.
The Harry Potter books are primarily aimed at older children, but have fans of all ages.
Harry Potter and the Kidney Stone, by Desmond Devlin, illustrated by James Warhola.
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 Dissendium.com - Forums - List of Harry Potter spells
A spell which is used in the eyes; it causes the opponent pain and distracts them from the duel.
A spell which enables the caster to send a jet of hot sparks toward their attacker; when used under water, it sprays forth a jet of boiling water.
A spell which enables the caster to tickle their opponent, usually used during duels, but may be used for fun also.
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 Harry Potter: Discussion Guide for Books I-IV
Harry learns that his parents did not die in a car crash but were killed by Voldemort, the Lord of Darkness, and that he's famous in the world of wizardry.
So Harry leaves the home of his Aunt Petunia, Uncle Vernon, and their hateful son Dudley, who are mere muggles (humans without one drop of magic in them), and embarks on a new life.
Harry could be compared to King Arthur—both are orphaned boys who are raised by foster parents, and each is unaware of his true background but slowly begins to understand it.
www.scholastic.com /harrypotter/books/guides/index.htm   (2951 words)

  
 HPL: Encyclopedia of Spells
Each spell is listed along with a description of the effects, the etymology of the incantation used, and notes from the books telling when and how the spell was used.
NOTE: In case anyone might possibly wonder, JKR has stated very clearly that the magic in the books is completely invented by her for the stories.
HARRY POTTER, characters, names, and all related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros. © 2001 - 2006.
www.hp-lexicon.org /magic/spells/spells.html   (174 words)

  
 Apple - Games - Harry Potter 2
In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second game in Aspyr Media’s Harry Potter series, you play author J.K. Rowling’s bespectacled hero as he returns to Hogwarts for his second year of wizard arts education.
Like its predecessor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Chamber of Secrets’; story is similar to the one in the book, but it also offers opportunities for you to explore previously unseen areas of Hogwarts and even learn spells that are a bit different from the ones you read about.
As an example, he points out the scene in the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone movie when Hermione casts a spell that casts a light as powerful as the sun to drive away the Devil’s Snare plant.
www.apple.com /games/articles/2003/02/harrypotter2   (988 words)

  
 Harry Potter?
By means of spells and magic, I was able to invoke the powers of the "controlling unknown" and fly upon the night winds transcending the astral plane.
However, as Harry soon discovered, this demonic possession was a Shape-Shifter type, where the human body of the host is transfigured as the indwelling demon wishes it to be.
Harry Potter may be one of THE defining moments and issues of the End of the Age Church.
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 Harry Potter And The Antichrist
Without question I believe the Harry Potter series is a creation of hell helping prepare the younger generation to welcome the Biblical prophecies of demons and devils led by Lucifer himself.
The very manner in which the series came to her would suggest "spirit influence." She stated, "Harry, as a character, came fully formed as did the idea for his sidekicks, the character of Ron and Hermione, who is the brain of the threesome.
The plot of the Harry Potter series is set in the "Hogwart School of Witchcraft." He is there to learn how to be a successful witch as his father and mother were before their death by the ultimate evil person, Lord Voldemort.
www.pawcreek.org /articles/endtimes/HarryPotterAndTheAntichrist.htm   (3094 words)

  
 Penguin Magic :: View topic - Harry Potter spells incorporated into a Kids show
The author did research all of the spells in her books and they are "actual" spells.
Harry Potter can make like come from his wand, but i think a fire would be fine.
I myself, being a kid who is obsessed (emphasized greatly) with harry potter have come up with many tricks perfect for the use of harry's spells.
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 Harry Potter
The Harry Potter books describe the experiences of a young boy who is attending a school for witches and wizards.
Harry Potter books have been successful mainly because people are uneducated about witchcraft.
Harry Potter and it's related businesses are a multi-billion dollar industry.
www.asdesigned.org /articles/harry_potter   (507 words)

  
 Is "Harry Potter" Harmless? - ChristianAnswers.Net
At the age of 11, Harry travels to Hogwarts, where he and and other students are taught by the faculty, all accomplished wizards and witches, how to properly use magic tools, spells and rituals.
Both Harry and Lord Voldemort uses the tail feather in their wand, perhaps symbolizing, as some critics say, that the source of their powers come from the same place, even though Potter and Voldemort are enemies, one using "white" magic and one "dark arts".
Harry's father appears to Harry as a horned god (a stag).
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 Excite - Search: Harry Potter Spell List
list of the spells and charms that appear in the
Spell Avada Kedavra is one of the three Unforgivable Curses.
Potter and the Goblet of Fire this charm was a counter-spell to the Transfiguration...
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 Harry Potter Spells List
Colloportus This spell seals doors and other objects.
Cruciatus curse This spell inflicts torture-another one of the Unforgivable Curses
Nox Spell to extinguish light on your wand
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 Harry Potter Spells
Harry Potter Games - Info and pictures for many Harry Potter topics including Harry Potter games and game cheats, videos, films and film characters, also J.K Rowling and her books about Harry Potter.
An alphabetical list of spells used in the Harry Potter books, Check the different spells and what they do.
The only person to have ever survived Avada Kedavra is Harry Potter.
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 Harry Potter Games. Harry Potter, Harry Potter News, Harry Potter Games, Harry Potter Character Information, Harry ...
The Harry Potter books are probably the biggest global media pheneomenon of recent times, if not the biggest thing ever.
More than 372,000 copies of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire were sold in Britain alone on the day it was released.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is now out there, and it's a good'n.
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 harry potter spells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-26)
This is a complete list of spells and charms.
Harry Potter is capable of defending against this curse.
Harry Potter spells money for Rowling Last Updated Mon, 18 Jul 2005 00:02:06 EDT CBC Arts British author J.K. Rowling made 24 million pounds in the
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