I totally get the idea of occlumency & that it's meant to stop people being able to see your true thoughts but I'm a little confused by it. If Snape was using it against Voldemort surely he would know. Snape told Harry that he had to clear his mind but in DH when Snape was telling Voldemort about the plan & he used Legilmency to see if he was telling the truth surely he would have seen... nothing. Would that tell him that he was using occlumency against him and give the game away anyway? Or did Snape create a fake thought about talking to his "source". This confuses me
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