Secret Diaries of Prof. BinnsIf this record ever meets eyes other than my own, it will only be long after even my shade has vanished from this world, for the questions it poses are not ones to simply be browsed at leisure. I had hoped to one day include these questions in the day-to-day class schedule, but it seems that regulation and the traditional whimsy of the wizarding world are not up to the challenge of even accepting them as valuable queries.
We wizards, with our memory-siphoning, fire-shooting, and rubbish-cleaning, fail to realize the ultimate question posed by our very existence: Where did magic come from?
The most common answer will be that magic has always been here; that is as a much a force of nature as light or gravity. That much may be so, especially when such great pains are taken to conceal its' presence from Muggles.
But where did it start? When did the first person, wandless, lash out with their as-then-unknown power and trigger the creation a new wo
Infamous Sirius.B by CKKitten
This story is one of many involving the 'romances' of the infamous Sirius Black. Not only has he been known for his devious pranks and jokes that himself and his fellow Marauders would cause, but he was also known for his reputation with women. Some would call him a 'lady's man', with the charm and dark looks that run in 'The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black'. A regular charmer that could sway any girl in Hogwarts to be his for the day. A bad boy that appeals to the young ladies of the magical school. A-
"What?" Sirius laughed, smiling at the longed-haired brunette in front of him, who was very determined to burn a hole in his head with her ice blue eyes. It was apparent that the girl was indeed upset with the dark haired boy, not that he cared.
"Don't be such a bloody knob!" the fifth year Gryffindor girl barked, jabbing a finger hard against Sirius' chest. The boy just continued to watch her with mirth in his grey eyes, cau