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  1. Weirwood Ghost

    The house with the red door and the lemon tree

    I view it in this context of "from the LINE of" as well. Which opens up possibilities rather than being limited to Rhaegar, Viserys and Dany (if indeed any of these 3 offspring ARE actually direct sparks from the loins of Aerys II and Rhaella)
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    Poll: Did Summer See a Dragon?

    It could be figurative, but wtf would a direwolf be having hallucinations? Being part of Bran's pov chapter means it's Bran seeing through Summer. But Summer doesn't edit it to eloquent man speech. It's direwolf view.
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    Poll: Did Summer See a Dragon?

    Anyone that may have read The Ice Dragon will regard Summer's view of a serpent as literal. asoiaf appears to be based off this basic story...so wtf can't a wargy direwolf view what it sees as a dragon? It's completely possible
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    "This land is old" -- spitballing the North

    I'm hoping it means with all the north's ancient history, that all those first men rise from their barrowy graves to some dramatic & useful conclusion. One can daydream...
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    Whose nameday falls first - Jon's or Robb's?

    Is there a direction going on here? I know knowing their name-day adds weight to Ned's lie depending how he portrayed it to Cat, but is there any point to this?
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    forshadowing in first Bran chapter in aGoT

    The foreshadow is a given. I'm more curious as to who/what warged the Direwolf mother to travel south of The Wall, and who/what prevented it by warging the stag? Female/Male alpha forces here. Female pregnant with life force possibilities. Male force of the death life death...cycle of life.
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    An Extrapolation on Preston Jacob's Theory of Telepathic Awakening

    Preston Jacobs probably got the idea of telepathic character possibilities in the asoiaf story, from reading something like Martins Tuf Voyaging, where Tuf's cats in have psionic ability to read minds. If anyone is causing winds mist rain thunder etc...it's likely Bran, possibly Night's King, or the weirwood/nature force.
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    Where are Tyrion’s bastards?

    Prostitutes have their ways and means to cleanse themselves (a chouce there). We never hear whether Tysha conceived a child with Tyrion as he wouldn't be aware based on his pov. Say she did conceive, a couple of weeks of wedded consumation then the unfolding events involving Tywins lesson. It is possible she had a child. As a many good things that person exists right under the characters nose. I would not be surprised if it turnedout to be Podrick. I know I know he gives his back story to Brienne...but he was a young boy whose memories could be scewed by inconsistent recall by his carers about what happened to his mother. That aside, we don't know about Tyrion fertility clinic till we hear more from you know who...
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    The Dayne Heir(ess)- Daenerys

    I've thought this as well...that the culmination of all the years, all the moons cracking, rebellions, relationships, births, deaths, magic aligning so that he can fulfill his purpose. Which has something to do with joining with his Queen. She took within his seed and therefore his soul. Queen is represented by the moon, King is the sun and stars, light - dark, life - death, yin - yang, the marriage of opposites within the psyche and without.
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    Winter & the Dothraki

    Common sense prevails here: when the Night King and his dead army are defeated the winter will cease being a generation long (because of the premise that the WW's bring the cold, the cold brings the WW's). With 6 episodes left, that seems to equate to a short winter season.
  11. If Jon finds out his heritage bomb, he's not going to be the PtWP, he's going to be Azor Ahai King Jon who abdicates to Dany swearing allegiance to her as ruler. He'll go fight the good fight against the WW's, die, and Daenerys finds out she's with child...with the prince that was promised.
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    Robert rebellion was based on a lie, by whom?

    You don't need to know the truth to make something a lie. The maesters can be known to lie/conceal/cover up - including the maester that annulled a marriage then married Lyanna and Rhaegar. Based on Marwyn the Archmaester's comments they grey maesters don't want magic in the world, conspiring to defeat all dragons - whether real or Targaryen. To perpetuate a lie about a crown prince observe how well politicians and propaganda go about it. Who benefits from it? The Iron Bank, there's money to be made in warfare. The Cheesemonger Magister Illyrio grows fat on the coffers given to him to provide produce/services to Westeros. Varys is in league with him.
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    The perfumed seneschal

    Seneschal: an officer having full charge of domestic arrangements, ceremonies, the administration of justice, etc., in the household of a medieval prince or dignitary; steward. Origin of seneschal. Middle French. Frankish. Medieval Latin http://www.dictionary.com/browse/seneschal This appears to be Varys. But Varys is in league with Illyrio who was harboring Dany and Viserys at his manse prior to her betrothal to Khal Drogo. Thoughts Dany has of Illyrio Mopatis in Chapter III Daenerys GoT is that of distrust. The above describes someone of Varys position, but there is more to Illyrio. Illyrio uses perfumes too: "Dany could smell the stench of Illyrio's pallid flesh through his heavy perfumes." Dany's thoughts betray that she distrusts Illyrio: "Dany had no agents, no way of knowing what anyone was doing or thinking across the narrow sea, but she mistrusted Illyrio's sweet words as she mistrusted everything about Illyrio." Intriguingly Tyrion has thoughts of mistrust of Illyrio the "Cheesemonger" in Tyrion Chapter I ADWD: "Any friend of Varys the Spider is someone I will trust just as far as I can throw him." With all the organisation and pomp Illyrio goes to (arrange), to provide a ceremony (ceremonies) of Dany and Drogo, administer in justice according to local/cultural customs, having to do with a prince or dignitary (Drogo)....Illyrio with all the strings he is pulling, has to be the perfumed seneschal Dany is warned of by Quaithe.
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    Darkstar’s Identity and Doran’s Plan – spoilers

    To invite Darkstar as a character to the novels at this point was brilliant, he's such shit stirrer. He's not a direct threat but he has to be an underling to a major player...I wonder maybe Illyrio or Varys but that's almost defaulting to the obvious. But the Dayne connection makes the Dayne family implication VERY interesting. I hadn't considered Maegor could still be alive...not sure what I think of that, isn't he meant to be 100 years ago in the timeline?
  15. I read the topic and thought...did you read the same books as me?