When you commit a murder and create a Horcrux, you split your soul. Its been talked a lot about Voldemort splitting his soul in 7 / 8 parts. But I think his remaining soul was not 1/7 or 1/8 but far ...
There was a story many years ago about an artificial intelligence that was created to aid researchers by absorbing knowledge in many fields. It would digest the information for a researcher and see if ...
In the Amory Wars, the souls of the deceased are sent to power the Keywork. When a living man, Sirius, enters the Keywork, the souls attempt to possess him. While Sirius is still in the keywork, two ...
The original use of Phylactery is from Ancient Greek phylacterion, form of phylássein, φυλάσσειν meaning "to guard, protect" ~Wikipedia and was originally meant to refer to 'Tefillin', boxes ...
In the WH40k universe, Necrons were once Necron'tyr who sold their soul's to C'tan an ancient god. He put them into living metal bodies so they could live forever. However, what I'm not clear on is ...
Pursuant to this question, if you were to free a soul from the horcrux or another container (i.e. Harry) without destroying the soul, what would happen to it? This is what appear to happen to ...