Why did Severus Snape give birth to Petrons in Chapter 33 of Lyrical Halls?
Lily's guardian is a deer, as is Snap (because her guardian represents everything that makes you happy and in Snap's case it is Lily). Snape has always loved Lily ever since she met him (since he was 10 years old). They had been friends for years, although they parted ways because Snap was facing the dark side and wanted to join the Divers and Lily was strongly against it. Eventually, she fell in love with Harry's James and they married and had children. Snape joined Voldemort's army and had been a foodie for years. However, he hears a prophecy read by Sally Trailey in the album, in which he says that the baby will be born in late July and will have the power to stop the Dark Lord and his parents What is the competition with Voldemort? . Snap listened to part of the prophecy and of course V went to Voldemort to tell it. At the moment, this prediction may come true for 2 children, Harry and Newell, as they were both born in late July 1980. . Ledor turns his attention to Air Views and asks his best friend Ceres to keep it a secret, but Lily and James say that Voldemort can catch Ceres, so he betrays Peter Petigrew to escape ■■■■■. Opt for . Voldemort then left for the whole family, but Lily threw herself between them and sacrificed herself for her son. It leaves Harry with ancestral protection and the curse of Voldemort resurrects, leaving him with a lifeless ghost. After that, Snap was devastated because his love of life was gone and he felt very guilty. But Ledor and Snape make a deal to make sure Harry is safe and Snape agrees, even though he hated Harry because he reminded him of James, because he knew Lily wanted him. Will "He protects Harry if something happens to him. Then it works. Seventeen years later, while talking in Ledor's office and revealing to Ledor Snap that Harry should do it, Hedor takes a snap photo. Disgusted by the thought of teasing. Ledor is surprised to see Snap Harry. The epic is the culmination of past, present and true love for Lily, it still represents his everlasting love for Lily.
Because Ledor had long asked him to protect Harry's mother, Lily, Harry's mother, with whom Snape grew up and fell in love. But if you read it, you will understand.