The Prologue II. The Things Present A. The Message to Ephesus B. The Message to Smyrna C.
The Message to Pergamum D. The Message to Thyatira E. The Message to Sardis F. The Message to Philadelphia G. The Message to Laodicea IV. The Things Predictive A. The Tribulation Period 1. The Throne in Heaven 2. The Seal Judgments 4. An Interlude: The Redeemed of the Tribulation 5.
The First Four Trumpet Judgments 6. The Angel and the Little Book 8. The Temple, the Two witnesses, and the Seventh Trumpet 9. The Angelic Conflict The Beast and the False Prophet Special Announcements Prelude to the Seven Last plagues The Bowl Judgments The Judgment of Religious Babylon The Judgment of Commercial Babylon The Second Coming of Christ B. Satan Bound 2. It's eerie to remember that, for many seasons, we longed for the day when our liberating khaleesi's children would spread their wings over King's Landing.
Then there was the realization of the the Queen of Ashes prophecy from Season 2, which had Daenerys walking through the Throne Room she'd later destroy. One clever Redditor made the connection to a much deeper cut from the books — a prophecy that sounds hauntingly similar to Arya's gorgeous moment at the end of "The Bells":. Spoilers Extended Girl as grey as ash, on a dying horse from asoiaf. We'll probably never know if this pretty obscure reference to the book was intentional. But we do know that the bloodied white horse Arya rode out of the wreckage was a reference to a reoccurring symbol from earlier in the episode : The little girl in King's Landing we saw throughout was clutching a toy version of the horse, even as she was burned alive in her mom's arms despite Arya's attempts to save her.
Another theory found a way to make the Azor Ahai prophecy from the books fit the show's version of events. Though we all thought that prophecy was negated by the death of the Night King and his Long Night, this Redditor argues that Daenerys' reign could actually be interpreted as a period of darkness for the realm. And Jon would be the ultimate savior Azor Ahai if he winds up killing the woman he loves referred to as Nissa Nissa in the prophecy and restoring metaphorical light to the world in the form of peace.
Another fascinating reinterpretation goes back to a Dothraki prophecy from the very first season. But if you think about the prophecy in terms of the child that Dany did use to mount the world, it fits perfectly with Drogon. When your womb quickens again, and you bear a living child. Then he will return, and not before.
Quaithe has made prophecies to Daenerys on two separate occasions. The first is an instruction on where Daenerys should go:. To go north, you must go south. To reach the west, you must go east. To go forward you must go back, and to touch the light you must pass beneath the shadow.
Daenerys interprets this to mean that Quaithe wants her to go to Asshai. She asks Quaithe what she can find in Asshai that cannot be found in Qarth, and Quaithe replies "truth". Recalling Quaithe's words "to go forward you must go back" , which provides her with the resolve to walk back towards Meereen. The dragons know. Do you? Hear me, Daenerys Targaryen.
The glass candles are burning. Soon comes the pale mare , and after her the others. Kraken and dark flame , lion and griffin , the sun's son and the mummer's dragon. Trust none of them.
The Vision of Isaiah
Remember the Undying. Beware the perfumed seneschal. Daenerys experiences numerous visions while in the House of the Undying : . Savagely slaughtered, the feasters lay strewn across overturned chairs and hacked trestle tables, asprawl in pools of congealing blood. Some had lost limbs, even heads. Savaged limbs clutched bloody cups, wooden spoons, roast fowl, heels of bread. On a throne above them sat a dead man with the head of a wolf. He wore an iron crown and held a leg of lamb in one hand as a king might hold a sceptre, and his eyes followed Dany with mute appeal.
Upon reaching the chamber of the Undying Ones, Daenerys is spoken to in a barely perceptible whisper. The Undying call her "mother of dragons" and "child of three" and tell her some prophesies, saying "three fires must you light The Undying show Daenerys many more visions before attacking her and being slain by Drogon : . Jojen Reed has the greensight , the ability to have prophetic dreams. Jojen has described several of his green dreams. At Winterfell he told Bran Stark that he had a green dream in which Bran was sitting at supper, with Maester Luwin bringing the food instead of a servant.
While Bran received the king's cut of the roast, the tastiest piece there was, in the dream Bran was able to enjoy his food as much as Big Walder and Little Walder Frey were, despite the fact that they had been served meat that was "old and grey and dead".
While Bran is happy for the victory, he knows that only Lord Tywin Lannister matters. In contrast, neither Big Walder nor Little Walder seem bothered by their uncle Stevron's death, instead being more concerned about their improved positions in the Frey line of succession. One of Jojen's dreams predicts Theon Greyjoy's capture of Winterfell, in which the ironborn are depicted as waves of the sea, while the slain of Winterfell are depicted as drowned men.
In another one of Jojen's green dreams, he sees Reek skinning the faces of Bran and Rickon, who laid dead at his feet. Ramsay later skins the two bodies so the ruse will not be discovered. Jojen further claims to know the date of his death. The ghost of High Heart , a mysterious dwarf woman, sometimes tells of the future to the brotherhood without banners.
The red priests , priests of R'hllor , are trained to see visions in the flames of their nightfires. These visions can be about the past, the future, or things happening far away from the location of the priest. It takes years of training to see the shapes beyond the flames, and even longer to learn to distinguish visions about the past from visions about a certain future and a possible future.
The priestess Melisandre claims to be able to see the future by watching flames. During the battle, Ser Garlan Tyrell , dressed in the recognizable armor of the deceased Renly, leads the vanguard and plunges through Stannis's army. Renly's former supporters who had joined Stannis after Renly's death, become convinced that their dead lord has returned and abandon Stannis by the hundreds. Melisandre accompanies Stannis to the Wall in the north.
There, her powers are much stronger, and she constantly searches her fires for visions. When she looks into the flames, she sees a "wooden face, corpse white" with a thousand red eyes, accompanied by a boy with a wolf's face. She asks to see Azor Ahai, hoping for Stannis, but sees only Jon Snow surrounded by skulls, his face changing between that of a man and that of a wolf.
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At Castle Black, Melisandre warns Jon that she has seen that three of the nine rangers he has sent out will die and that she has seen their pale faces with empty sockets, weeping blood in her flames. When asked by Tyrion Lannister what he sees in the flames of his night fire, the red priest Moqorro states that he sees " Dragons old and young, true and false, bright and dark. And you. A small man with a big shadow, snarling in the midst of all.
The possible identities of the "old dragon", "young dragon", "true dragon", "false dragon", "bright dragon", and "dark dragon" have been a heavily debated topic in the fandom.