Found this on another random I follow blog named rainbow09 who analysed the mythology of Digimon and graciously mentioned how it fits in the potter universe for potter fans as well by stating:
“ There’s also Harry Potter: Harry is Tipheret, Voldemort is Daath. Voldemort fears death so he tries to become immortal. But Voldemort falls into the abyss by the end of book 7. Harry, on another hand, “welcomes death as a good old friend” and that’s how he truly overcomes his fears and becomes “immortal”, a true hero. Both are very much alike (even physically) and yet, Harry’s choices are different. That’s what makes him a Hero: his choices. There’s a chapter named “King’s Cross” for a reason (Tipheret is the realm of the messiah, the chosen one). As you can see, the archetype may be developed in many different ways. Btw, Hermione is Hod (the sphere of reason and knowledge), Ron is Netzach (the sphere of emotions, intuition and love).”
(Wish I could reference this better)
Personally I feel this explains the characters a lot , I feel again jk Rowling had and still has done one of the most extraordinary job of creating g a story and a world with full details and thoughts to lighten up the mood of so many children around the world.anyway I feel this suits and this explains Ron’s and Hermione’s nature, I do feel jk was more inclined to fall back to Harry and Hermione and could have given Ron a teensy bit more thought despite the fact that the books are still amazing the way they handled those characters. Specially reading the first book I can tell when Ron’s insecurities strikes but when he is calm and comfortable with himself , he predicts and senses the truth just like declining harry to see the mirror of erised. In the next books I can tell that Ron feeels a lot but tries not to let it on which clouds his judgement but when he is comfortable his intuition is strong, hell rip apart letters of betrayal feel an uneasy feeling and work out not to say vokdemort name, he will remember those friends who helped him like the elves at the end. Harry ‘does’ a lot which leads him to go towards trouble first but led him to the most bravery and heroic skill there is, he doesn’t tell people how it is better , he helps them which has its drawbacks as there is a limit. Hermione 'knows’ a lot which leads her to be bossy and interfering but also leads her to fight furiously of what is right and within reason , most reliable person I’ve seen and once she has love it leads to her forever forever loyalty be it for elves or friends or whomever.
Which I find personally fascinating, there is so much interesting stuff to find out and analyse like the first words of Snape to Harry , what it all represents, how society and personal life shapes a world , every discussion made in harry potter . The fact there is no black and white but so many multiple grey areas is fascinating . I bet there is a lot more in the book left uncovered. My first thought at the end of the first book the chess pieces together represents something. But let’s see