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Jova Snow

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  1. My head is spinning, that's a post toplam make one go wow. I think the Doom of Valyria was a flood, now hear me out, in Qur'an, God warns Noah that the sign of flood is a volcanic eruption, when it happens they have to embark the ark. I think sending a giant flood to a nation related to fire makes sense to me. I also learned seahorses are called dragon's bastard child in Japanese, and Velaryon's are Valyrians with seahorse sigil, were their founder a bastard? Ironic they call themselves as the True. Maybe they are actually tied to Doom of Valyria? Bastard of Noah's wife died during the flood.
  2. We actually don't know anything about Daena beside the fact she was in Maidenvault, we don't know how close Daemon and Baelor was born and who was born first, so most things are speculation, but I will say I agree Daemon and Baelor was raised as rivals. But I don't think Aegon ever supported or cared for Daena. If the father of child was married or let's say a KG then there is no way Daena could be with that man. Or maybe GRRM decided Daena could die during birth and be done with a it.
  3. @Megorova I don't think Daena needed a Promise from Aegon, he seemed to prefer his family members close to him wether or not the relationship was strained, we can see that with Manfred Lothson as well whom I suspect could be his son, but really a child will only ruin Daena's chances of support for ruling, she has no allies for being locked in Maidenvault and has a bastard she chose to keep, even though a virtuous queen would be liked more, I think for whatever reason Daena loved this man.
  4. @Seams I meant to ask if it is possible when Blackfyres escaped they couldn't save one child though we don't know if lady Blackfyre gave birth to post mortem child and how many children she had before the rebellion. @Megorova I am questioning the fact Daena had a thing with Aegon in the first place, not assuming she had relationship with the different Valyrian men
  5. @Seams I have a question, it was mentioned cutting braid is connected to Eleana, is it possible GRRM will retcon Blackfyre family tree in F&B and it will be revealed he actually married daughter of Eleana? Is it possible Dunk isn't illegimate but legimate son of Daemon? Do you have any candidate for Daemon's father if he wasn't Aegon IV? I think a Velaryon or Dragonknight are always possible.
  6. @Seams why do you think Aemon is father of Daeron and Aegon is father of Daemon? This will be something I will never understand since Daemon and Daeron don't take after their supposed fathers. Daemon is the Warrior himself and fathered by a glutton, while the other pot bellied one is fathered by THE Dragonknight? I think Daemon isn't son of Aegon and Daeron is trueborn, I may question legitimacy of Daenerys though.
  7. Possible but not likely as qarn doesn't mean beam in Arabic though Qarn and Karen are related.
  8. I thought it meant light since Moses returned from Mount Sinai with kerens and was depicted as but it was supposed be light? Moses is also referred as horned in Qur'an so the confusion seem to continue.
  9. In Hebrew nur means fire and in Arabic nur means light. In Hebrew kern means light but it also means horn, hence the horned Moses fiasco, in Arabic qarn means horn but it also means nation and time. Dhulqarnain - Possesser of two Qarns - is a name given to Moses in Qur'an. Moses - according to Qur'an - is only person to speak with God directly through burning bush, in Qur'an God is referred as the Light. So who ever is Rhllors champion they have to possess two horns - horn of Joramun and horn of Dragons, two times - past and present - and two nations who ever they are, maybe a reference to Gog and Magog? Ice is essentially frozen water. Water magic is tied to Rhoyne. Rhoyne is tied to curse of Garin and Stonemen. Stonemen and what ever ice magic the Others are using are tied. Undead things rising harder and stronger, making them necromancers like Qyburn?
  10. @Seams great thread and thank you for the anagram website, I was thinking of what Mance Rayder stands for and one of the results were A Merry Dance, which reminds me Ashara since she is known for her dance partners at Harrenhall, but dance could be sword fighting too. Dayne Mac Err is another possibility, which would point to a Dayne son who is a bastard? I have hard time believing Egg when it comes to Aerion visiting him because Aerion doesn't have that many brothers. Daeron is older and Aemon is a Maester. Aerion also doesn't lack sisters to marry and indeed doesn't have any desire to marry them since she is married to his cousin.
  11. This is true, but I always thought Free Folk was similar to Turkic peoples due to their stealing and the fact they were living in cold environment, like Siberia. Dothraki could be how Westerners thinks about Turkic/Mongolian people, there is no way for real steppe people to look half naked when it will be cold af.
  12. I am happy there is at least one of us posting here, did you ever wanted to write about Turkic influence in ASOIAF? I think stealing culture of Free Folk is similar to kız kaçırma in Turkic countries, especially Kyrgyzstan, my own maternal grandfather's mother was stolen from forest so.
  13. Holly molly you are Turkish?? Yep my dad is drinking sarı kantaron tea too and he is blinded in one eye, maybe it is good for him, one can hope.
  14. Myrish Fire, a herb used to treat wounds and burns, also drink to help digestive system, is actually St. John's wort, I drink its oil to treat my digestive system and use it on bruises as well, it's a tasty tea too. Never noticed it before which is a shame because I am Turkish.
  15. @By Odin's Beard love the idea, Lyanna being able to defeat three knights, one later become a KG, always bothered me a she was known to be a slim girl and her close parallel, Arya, is left handed. I always thought Ned was KOTLT but Jaime makes sense too, and the knight must be tall enough for Aerys to suspect he was Jaime as Tywin, Jaime, and Joffrey are all tall Lannisters.
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