Harry Potter is a famous work, attracting millions of readers and fans alike. Mysterious, mystical details are mainly J. Creative creative but a big part of it is true legends in reality, they are synthesized from many different cultures.

From the beginning “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, the author “integrated” the legend of the witch’s stone to create his story. In fact, the stone’s original name was “The Philosopher’s Stone” and was only renamed “The Sorcerer’s Stone” because publishers wanted to attract readers.

Also, the owner of the stone – Nicolas Flamel is a real person. He is an alchemist and translator living in the 15th century. His life is still a mystery to all of us. It is said that he died in 1400 but strangely enough, the book records his witchcraft formula that was born more than 200 years later.

According to legend, the golden stone of alchemists can create jewels as well as an immortal longevity pill for the owner. The genius physicist Isaac Newton in his life also tried his best to discover the stone’s secret without success.

Hippogriff is the product of a hybrid between a bird-headed monster and a horse. What is special about this creature is even thought to be stronger, faster and smarter than their previous generations and can move at the speed of light.

Luckily, they are known to be easier to tame than the lion-headed monsters. This is why Buckbeak in the series is so willing to let Harry ride on it. Hippogriff is really a strange and rare creature.

Koscei avoided death by keeping his soul in a magic needle hole, in a duck, in a rabbit, in an iron chest buried under an oak tree and on a magical island of Buyan. . If the chest is open, the rabbit will run away. If the rabbit is killed, the duck will fly away. If he finds an egg, smashes and breaks the needle, Koscei will die.