I found this video which offers a unique theory about the TRUE reason Voldemort feared Albus Dumbledore and no one else. I think it will surprise you. Enjoy!
When it really comes down to it, you could point to a number of reasons why Voldemort feared Dumbledore, but this is one of the more interesting theories I’ve come across so far.
It suggests that it wasn’t necessarily Dumbledore’s feats that made Voldemort fear him, not even his defeat of Gellert Grindewald in 1945.
No, instead, the theory suggests that Dumbledore’s possession, at one point, of all three of the Deathly Hallows was what made him frightening to Voldemort. If you recall, it was supposedly Death himself who gifted the three wizards with the resurrection stone, cloak of invisibility, and the Elder Wand in the legend of the Deathly Hallows. Possessing them meant that one was the master of Death.
It is in this way, according to the theory, that Dumbledore essentially represented Death (big “D”) to Voldemort. And we all know that Voldemort feared dying more than anything else.
There’s certainly a lot more that could be said on the topic, and I’m not saying this theory is the absolute truth, but it is interesting twist on a common theme in the Harry Potter universe. What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below.