muggles dont lift. No.. harry potter and
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - famouswillqc **User deleted account**
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#2 - felixjarl
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User avatar #3 - idoliam
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I was about to comment that the pillar looks like that one in Harry Potter...and then I realized it is
#8 - cookiejester
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#11 to #8 - mrbojingles
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mfw i get that reference
mfw i get that reference
#9 - emberstar
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#10 to #9 - assasian
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#7 - newsmyrna
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User avatar #4 - RobotManGuy
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i don't get what the pillar's depicting means sybolicly, i am being very seriou for those thinking "is this guy serious"
User avatar #5 to #4 - ScottP
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It's that those people under the pillar are "lifting up" the burden together. Being that I don't know what's on top of that pillar, I can't say what the whole thing stands for
#6 to #4 - arcadianprince
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The fact that the glorious Wizard Master Race is far superior to those in the inferior Muggle sub-species.

The pillar is, symbolically, showing how Wizards are on top of the muggles.