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(we don't see only two Prophecies, we see a whole warehouse full)
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The term Prophecy is used to referrefers to two different objects in the series. The first and morewhat expectedMuggles formost Muggleslikely expect is the actual utterance, the description ofdescribing things yet to comepass. The second is the glass sphere which is used to containcontains a record, a memory of that prophecy, in orderso that it may be acted upon or checked forits validity checked at a later time.
 
While [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Magic/Divination|Divination]], as a means of predicting the future, tries to achieve the same validity as Prophecy, its methods remain laughable to those who care to analyzeanalyzing them. However, the one person we see in the series who is capable of Prophecy is the Divination teacher, [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Sybill Trelawney|Professor Trelawney]]. It is possible that theThe mysticism inherent in Divination doesmay make the mind more open to Prophecy, but it is equally possible that a family history of Prophecy impels one towards a career in the organized fakery called Divination.
 
During the course of the story, we see only two Prophecies in full, both provideduttered by Professor Trelawney. The first concerns the escape of [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Peter Pettigrew|Peter Pettigrew's]] escape, and his return to [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Lord Voldemort|"the Dark Lord"]], and it is couched in terms that [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Harry Potter|Harry]] cannotis unable to understand until after the named events have taken placeoccurred. PartFrom ofour the perceived ambiguity inperspective, the prophecy's is the use of theambiguous term, "his greatest servant", to referrefers to Pettigrew;. at this point, all of the characters inTo the story's believecharacters, however, Voldemort's greatest servant had, early on, seemed to be [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Sirius Black|Sirius Black]].
 
The second prophecy that we hear was actually made prior to Harry's birth, and concerns Harry and his interaction with Voldemort. We seehear this prophecy in [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Characters/Albus Dumbledore|Dumbledore's]] memories, near the end ofin [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Books/Order of the Phoenix/Chapter 37|''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'']]. However, we arelearn toldabout ofits this prophecyexistence much earlier, and it is the prophecy thatwhat drives much of the book's action in the book, as Voldemort seems to be blindly reacting to it.
 
The [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Major Events/Battle at the Department of Mysteries|Battle in the Ministry]] that forms the climax to [[Muggles' Guide to Harry Potter/Books/Order of the Phoenix|''Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'']] occurs in the Hall of Prophecies, the warehouse where recordscopies of all known prophecies are kept,stored and we see there that there arein literally hundreds of thousands of small glass spheres, each containing, presumably, a labeled and cataloged prophecy. Part of theThe battle does result in probably hundreds of these spheres being broken, so we hearand fragments of at least two other prophecies can be heard, but amidst the confusion of the battle, we can't sayare forunable certainverify what we are hearing.
 
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