New J.K. Rowling story reveals brand new origins of American Hogwarts!

'Harry Potter' Stars Get Sorted into Hogwarts Houses on Pottermore
'Harry Potter' Stars Get Sorted into Hogwarts Houses on Pottermore

Just when you thought you might get bored of watching the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" trailer for the 76th time, we were granted with yet another piece of "Harry Potter" magic.

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Just a last month, there were rumblings of what the American Hogwarts might look like, and what the houses might be called. If you remember, a diligent Potterhead found code on Pottermore.com that linked the names Horned Serpent, Wampus, Thunderbird and Pukwudgie back to Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the American version of Hogwarts.

This of course came after J.K. had started to reveal secrets surrounding the American Wizarding World with her short series, The History of Magic in North America.

Now, Rowling is releasing even more to her fans in the second installment, giving us a bit of a back story of the founding of the American Hogwarts, its culture and more.

As you'll see in the clip below, much of the Ilvermony's story comes from a young girl named Isolt, an Irish orphan who is kidnapped by her aunt, Gormlaith Gaunt. As it turns our, Isolt, and the wand that she stole, both play a critical role in the school's founding.

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