But what does his response to the mysterious Mirror of Erised tell us about what's to come? Thick woollen socks. That's what Dumbledore tells Harry he sees in the Mirror of Erised during their first ever face-to-face conversation in Philosopher's Stone.
Dumbledore sees Grindelwald, both as a young man and the older Dark Wizard, in the Mirror of Erised because he never stopped being in love with him and always hoped they could be together, which is why he was reluctant to fight him for years (he won't face him until 1945).
Dumbledore doesn't see socks in the mirror of Erised, he said that only because he didn't want to talk with Harry about his personal issues. What Dumbledore really saw in the mirror was presumably his family with all it's members alive and happy.
Originally Answered: What does Dumbledore see in the mirror? In canon, Dumbledore sees Grindelwald, but it is strongly hinted that he saw Ariana in the novels. When Harry visited the mirror of Erised, Dumbledore lied to him and told him he was holding a new pair of socks.
What would Draco Malfoy see in the Mirror of Erised? Himself, superior to everyone, centre of the world, Voldemort's favorite Death Eater and glorified over every other DEs, Harry, Ron and Hermione being Dead, Muggles and muggle-born being killed and pure-blood supremacy having won.
Looking in the Mirror of Erised, the Lily that he saw would not have been called a Mudblood. Their friendship might have blossomed into love, which could have lead to their marriage and life as a happy family.
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It suddenly sank around 17 miles from Whitefish Bay. Although the captain of the Fitzgerald reported having difficulties during the storm, no distress signals were sent. The entire crew of 29 people died when the vessel sank. No bodies were ever recovered from the wreckage.
strong safetyThe safeties are defensive backs who line up from ten to fifteen yards from the line of scrimmage who can play as linebackers or deep as normal safeties. There are two variations of the position in a typical American formation: the free safety (FS) and the strong safety (SS).