First of all, everyone should know that I DO NOT OWN THIS TEXT. The only thing that i did was trying to translate (sorry if this have any grammatical error) - It’s another analysis made by a woman call Inna Puchkin Ievitich and i think that every HHr should read this. :D I’ll translate the best parts.
SYMBOLOGIES CONTAINED IN THE BOOKS
“The hippogriff, as is known to many, is the version of JK for the mythical figure of the griffin, a creature magical hybrid of the old world, which served as the guardian of treasures. In alchemy, Griffin, like all hybrid creature, comes to represent the Union or Marriage of Opposites. In a romantic context, the figure of the griffin symbolized the love and marriage of two soulmates who complement/supplement each other.
Certainly, JK, a lover of mythology and symbolism, was in possession of such information to give life to her hippogriff and put it in the plot, in special circumstances.
In ‘Harry Potter’ we see the hippogriff make two circumstantial appearances of great symbolism: the first in “The Prisoner of Azkaban,” where Buckbeak (a hippogriff) carried Harry and Hermione through the air. It is fair to say that the flight of Harry and Hermione in the hippogriff was chosen to compose the scene to cover the third book, as a mark of what lay ahead, in the following books, with the increasing approximation of Hermione and Harry. Not coincidentally, at the end of the fourth book Hermione kiss Harry for the first time, as if she had come to the conclusion that it was he, not the other, the “right person” (a kiss, in fact, that might not have happened but JK make this happen)
The second time that Harry and Hermione are alone together in the presence of Buckbeak is in the fifth book in the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix. At the time, Harry was confused, shocked and deeply lost in dark thoughts about yourself. Because of this, gathered in the room that served as shelter for the hippogriff and stayed there, hungry and lonely, without answering the call of anyone (or from Mrs. Weasley, Ron’s not much less Ginny), isolating is even more every time someone insisted on seeing him or convince him to leave his refuge. Nobody in the whole Order persuaded Harry to leave the room. No one except Hermione, who Harry promptly obeyed the order, allowing her to enter the room and take him away. The only person that Harry went on without any objection, with impressive naturalness. Hermione, who, in turn, had left her parents (who she hadn’t seen for some time) and left the comfort and joy of her well deserved holiday solely by Harry, worried about his welfare. Once she reached the Order, what did Hermione do? She ran directly to the room where Harry was, without even giving herself the luxury of removing her coat. Evident that she was in a hurry. Two minutes later Hermione was already standing in front of the room calling out to Harry who, startled, answered the door when he heard her voice. And on the back of the room was the hippogriff, witnessing the reunion of Harry and Hermione. Before Hermione arriving were just Harry and the hippogriff (which could symbolically represent something like “Harry being without your partner). With the arrival of Hermione everything started to make sense: Harry, surprised and happy noticeably, and both before the hippogriff, which is the alchemical symbol of Marriage of Opposites, the Union between Spirit and Soul, Perfect Male and Perfect Female, the Counter-Parties that, when assembled, are completed. Symbolically it is a moment of great significance.”