Lily's protection bounced
Avada Kedavara spell back at Voldemort. Right?
According to HP Wikia,
When the curse hits a living, organic target it invariably kills them without injury.
How did the
Avada Kedavara curse vaporize Voldemort's body?
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Lily's protection bounced Avada Kedavara spell back at Voldemort. Right?
The spell did not bounce back as:
So what happened? We see for instance during the duel between Dumbledore and Voldemort what happens when a Killing Curse doesn't hit living matter: it releases energy, which destroyed the stone sculptures.
So the spell hit the love protection, and was diverted by it. Some energy leaked out, as the ricochet of a bullet leaves a mark on the wall.
This curse was very special for Voldemort, as it was the accomplishment of the prophecy and the creation of a horcrux. He probably put a monstrous amount of power in the curse which is already the most potent one. So it made a huge boom, and Big V was vaporized...
Wrong! What happened was when Lily died sacrificing herself for your son she unintentionally placed the power of love over Harry. This is the one thing Voldemort could not do, so after killing Lily Voldemort could not kill Harry because of love. However the reason Voldemort lost his power was because yes he had 6 horcrux's already and also because of love. The love took the last remaining piece of soul from him and latched onto Harry. A body can still live without a soul though, as said in HP3 but there was no confirmation that he did lose his body. It only said he lost his powers.