McGonagall is the sacred feminine

The bestselling Muggle author Dan Brown gave evidence at a special hearing today to support his theory that Professor Minerva McGonagall is in fact the sacred feminine. In his book, The Da Vinci Code, he references the gift of female power and has now spoken out to assert that the Professor — headmistress at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry — is the sacred feminine personified.

Bestselling author Dan Brown said, “Her ability to lead her young disciples on excursions to Hogsmeade clearly points to deity-like qualities. She can also prepare a meal for up to eight people and her sausage and bean melt is without peer.”

He added, “I, bestselling author Dan Brown, will chair a special meeting to discuss the clearly identifiable codes which litter McGonagall’s essay questions, if my Strictly Come Dancing judging commitments allow.”

3 thoughts on “McGonagall is the sacred feminine”

  1. Hee-hee! It took me a few minutes to realize this was a spoof! I love it! (Actually, I loved it when I thought it was Sirius — I mean serious! — too!)

    All Hail Minerva; Great Goddess of Gryffindor! 😀

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