Maps of the Department of Mysteries
Atlas of the Wizarding World • Government places • Mysterious places • Rooms, chambers, and floors
It’s likely impossible to map the Department of Mysteries; after all, the revolving walls sure make it seem like the rooms move around a lot. But once inside, even though there are a heck of a lot of doors, space still seems pretty linear. Also, we’re missing at least… Read MoreMinistry Time-Turner
A time-traveling device the use of which was strictly regulated by the Ministry (PA21). Inside the hourglass-shaped device there is a single One-Hour Reversal Charm (Pm). All of them were thought to be destroyed during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries (OP35, HBP11, BP), but in… Read MoreMinistry wizard in tweed suit and galoshes with large gold watch• Character
One of two “tired and grumpy” wizards working at the Portkey landing site at the 1994 Quidditch World Cup (GF7)… Read MoreMysteries about the Map• Article
Today I received an interesting question in email from Katty Geltmeyer, a great fan friend of the Lexicon:
"In PA, Lupin told Harry, Ron, and Hermione that he found out they were in the Shrieking Shack by using the marauders Map. But Harry and Hermione traveled back in time and were lurking around the Willow. How is it possible that Lupin didn't see the extra Harry and Hermione on the map?"
Here's my opinion, based on canon. Read More