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'''Hambledon Quince''' (b. [[1930s|1936]]) was a magical theoretician. He proposed the rather [[The Evolution of Muggles From Mushrooms|controversial theory]] that [[wizards]] originally originated from the planet Mars, and that [[Muggle]]s originated from mushrooms.
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'''Hambledon Quince''' (b. [[1930s|1936]]) was a magical theoretician. He proposed the rather [[The Evolution of Muggles From Mushrooms|controversial theory]] that [[wizards]] originally originated from the planet [[Mars]], and that [[Muggle]]s originated from mushrooms.
   
 
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The idea of Wizards being from Mars and Muggles being from mushrooms may be referential of the phrase "Men are from Mars, women are from Venus," which was used as the title of a best-selling relationship-advice [[Wikipedia:Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus|book]] by John Gray, and has since passed into popular culture.
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*The idea of Wizards being from Mars and Muggles being from mushrooms may be referential of the phrase "Men are from Mars, women are from Venus," which was used as the title of a best-selling relationship-advice [[Wikipedia:Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus|book]] by John Gray, and has since passed into popular culture. There is also a wizarding book titled ''[[Wizards Are from Neptune, Witches Are from Saturn]]''.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:08, March 13, 2014

HambledonQuince
Hambledon Quince
Biographical information
Born

1936

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Hair colour

Grey

Eye colour

Blue

Skin colour

White

Affiliation
Occupation

Author and theoretician

"Hambledon Quince (1936—present): Author of controversial theory that wizards originate from Mars, Muggles from mushrooms."
Wizard of the Month.[src]

Hambledon Quince (b. 1936) was a magical theoretician. He proposed the rather controversial theory that wizards originally originated from the planet Mars, and that Muggles originated from mushrooms.

AppearancesEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The idea of Wizards being from Mars and Muggles being from mushrooms may be referential of the phrase "Men are from Mars, women are from Venus," which was used as the title of a best-selling relationship-advice book by John Gray, and has since passed into popular culture. There is also a wizarding book titled Wizards Are from Neptune, Witches Are from Saturn.

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