Harry Potter superfan spots major plot foreshadowing in Philosopher’s Stone

A Harry Potter “fanatic” discovered a poignant detail in the first book of the series, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

Cade, who posts as a Wizarding World Collector on TikTok, created a video highlighting an important moment of foreshadowing in the text.

The “mind-boggling” detail of the final chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone comes after Harry defeats Professor Quirrell.

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Professor Dumbledore and Harry are talking about Professor Snape.

The section reads as follows:

Harry: “Quirrell said Snape -“

Dumbledore: “Professor Snape, Harry.”

Harry: “Yes, him – Quirrell said he hated me because he hated my dad.” Is it true ?

Dumbledore: “Well, they hated each other rather. Kind of like you and Mr. Malfoy. And then your father did something Snape could never forgive.

Harry: “What?

Dumbledore: “He saved his life.

This scene foreshadows an event in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Our favorite trio, Harry, Ron and Hermione, are in the on-demand room looking for the tiara when Draco, Crabbe and Goyle. Crabbe lights a fire and poetically Harry saves Draco’s life.

Cade chose this interesting foreshadowing plot detail that we all read right after, thinking it was just a minor conversation.

You can follow Cade @WizardingWorldCollector on TikTok where he shares his love for the Wizarding World.

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