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  1. Megorova

    1st of April crackpot theories

    Who? You mean Shiera or Jeyne Swann? It's all a part of a bigger picture. I'm a bit busy now, though later I'll add quotes from The World Book on which is based my theory.
  2. Beyonce as minstrel (traveling singer-musician). With her voice, and exotic for 7K look, she will gain a lot of money. Simon Cowell, to create entertainment industry in 7K. He's the creator-producer of The X Factor, judged on Pop Idol, American Idol, Britain's Got Talent and America's Got Talent. Leonardo da Vinci as the Grand Maester, and as 6 members of his Conclave - Albert Einstein, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Isaac Newton, Dmitri Mendeleev, Galileo Galilei. Coco Chanel, Gianni Versace, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Roberto Cavalli, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. For obvious reasons - to freshen up 7K's fashion, or rather to create there a fashion industry. Mr Bean (Rowan Atkinson) and Jackie Chan as court fools.
  3. Megorova

    1st of April crackpot theories

    No, that's all of them. She was posing as a septa (like Bloodraven in The Mystery Knight was posing as Maynard Plumm), and now is using aliase Quaithe, while Shiera is her real name, and the Three-Eyed Crow is just a way she looks in a spiritual realm, so it's not an additional identity or a guise.
  4. Megorova

    1st of April crackpot theories

    GRRM mentioned love potions back in AFFC and The Sworn Sword. Egg's sister Rhae gave it to him. I think that it was prepared by their great-aunt Shiera. Also, when Barristan saved Jeyne from KB, there was a septa with her, but that septa's name was not recorded in the book, same as the name of Barristan's mother. Could be that that septa was Shiera Seastar in shadow-glamour (otherwise Barristan would have recognized her). Could be that Barristan Selmy/Jeyne Swann/fSepta Shiera Seastar is a parallel to similar situation in ASOIAF - Robb Stark/Jeyne Westerling/Sybell Spicer. Could be that Jeyne seduced Robb, by giving him a love potion, prepared for her by Sybell. Sybell is granddaughter of Maggy the Frog, and Maggy was a fortune teller who dealt in cures and love potions (AFFC, chapter 36). Barristan's hair is white, because he is old. Though in many cases with other old characters, GRRM did wrote what was their hair color, when they were younger, or thru other characters from the same House revealed what is this person's family features typical for his House. But in Barristan's case it wasn't mentioned. And there's nearly zero information about other members of House Selmy. So it isn't known what was Barri's hair color when he was young. Though, based on his current hair color, which is white, it seems likely, that his original hair color was "blond", Targaryen silver-gold. Because people with originally dark coloring, when they age, their hair becomes grey, and in case with people that were originally light-haired, their hair becomes white, platinum or silver. In the books we have only two entries from the White Book - Jaime's and Barristan's. In Jaime's entry it is written that his parents are Tywin Lannister and Johanna Lannister. But in Barristan's entry his mother's name is not given. Why? -> Because his mother is a Blackfyre, Aenys Blackfyre's daughter (or something like that). So both Barristan and his son fAegon are dragonseeds, bloodrelated to Targaryens, that's why Barristan's eyes are blue and fAegon's are dark-blue. I'm serious. I'm absolutely sure that Barristan is a Blackfyre and fAegon's father, and that septa Lemore is Jeyne Swann. If in TWOW Barristan will meet Lemore and he will recognize her, will you agree with me then, that I was right about this?
  5. Megorova

    1st of April crackpot theories

    Elia's Aegon and fAegon were conceived on 1st of April 281. fAegon's parents, Barristan Selmy and septa Lemore/Lady Jeyne Swann, are parallels to Florian the Fool and Lady Jonquil. Florian was the greatest knight, and the greatest fool, because, as he said in The Hedge Knight - "all men are fools, and all men are knights, where women are concerned". Barristan is the greatest knight of 7K, but he is also the greatest fool, because Lady Jeyne tricked him, seduced him with an aid of love potion, and made a baby with him. It is known that the Tournament at Harrenhall was held in late October and early November (it lasted 10 days, less than 2 months later the False Spring ended, it is known that the winter began in the beginning of 282. Thus the Tournament's day is easy to calculate. Lyana, possing as the Knight of the Laughing Tree, happened on Halloween, October 31). Counting backwards, based on Jaime's traveling in that year, it seems likely that between his arrival to Harrenhall and his encounter with the Kingswood Brotherhood passed approximately 7 months. So if the Tournament happened in late October, and my estimations about Jaime's traveling are correct, then Barristan's encounter with Jeyne happened approximately on April 1st. It is possible that this is not a crackpot.
  6. Megorova

    Your king and small council?

    Jon was born approximately 1,5 months after Rhaegar's death, and 1 month after the Sack of King's Landing, when Elia's Aegon was killed. By the time when Lyanna's pregnancy was ending, she already knew about both of those events. Thus, there was no reason for her not to name her son Aegon. Because that's what Rhaegar wanted - to have a son named Aegon, who will be the Promised Prince.
  7. Megorova

    About The Purple Wedding...

    Jory is a likely candidate. Because - who else? Eddard Stark was King Robert's best friend, so it's highly likely that Varys placed (or recruited) his spy amongst Ned's household early on, soon after Robert's Rebellion. Isn't it logical? Jory's father was one of those people, that died at the Tower of Joy. If Varys wanted to eventually find out what happened there, then the best option was to conspire with someone, who is also interested in uncovering those events. It's likely that Jory was never 100% loyal to Ned, because Ned was keeping from him as a secret what happened to Jory's father. How he could have been loyal to a person, that refused to tell him how his father died? In 298 Eddard mentioned that Jory became captain more than 8 years ago, so seems that it was after the Greyjoy's Rebellion (289). That's when Starks took Theon as a hostage. King Robert personally went north to fight with Ironborn. With all those events happening there, it's likely that Varys at that time either also personally went there, or sent there his people, and that's when he made arrangements for Jory to get an important place in Stark's household as the captain of guards. Could be that Jory was shaped and guided by Varys into becoming Winterfell's captain of guard, because from this position he had more access to sensitive information. Same way Varys shaped Littlefinger, made him an achiever. Jory is kind of different from other Northerners. The rest of them are like an unwashed ruffians compared to him. Why was he trying to be something more than the others around him? Because he had ambitions, and he wanted to achieve something more in his life. This kind of person could be recruited and made to serve, with a promise of a better future. Or maybe he was like this (something more than an average Northerner) specifically because he was shaped and influenced by his service as a spy of Varys. Ned was King Robert's best friend, and Jon Arryn's the King's Hand's "adopted son" and brother-in-law, and Hoster Tully's son-in-law, and Edmure and Lysa Tully-Arryn's brother-in-law, so it's likely that there was frequent correspondence between them; and he kept Greyjoy's heir as his ward; and then there's that mystery about Lyanna Stark and what really happened at the Tower of Joy. With all that do you think that Varys didn't placed his spy at Winterfell? Who else is a better candidate than Jory Cassel, whose possition as the captain of guard gives him access to sensitive information, and who has a reason to hold a grudge against Ned Stark, and who is an ambitios person, that strive to achieve more than other people from his circle?
  8. Megorova

    Your king and small council?

    Yes. Three reasons: 1. Seven Kingdoms and seven Aegons. With fAegon as the Sixth. Some parts of ASOIAF seems to be parallels to the last part of the Bible, the Book of Revelation, in which was foretold the end of the world, when the dead will rise from dust, and will appear the false Messiah, the Beast out of the sea, with many heads, one of which was wounded and then healed itself (doesn't it look similar to arrival of Golden Company and fAegon? - Beast with many heads/sculls of GC's past captain-generals. Prince Aegon, who was supposedly killed, when the Mountain smashed his head. And now he is back. One of the heads that healed itself). The Beast's number is three 6s. Current arrival of Golden Company into Westeros is the Sixth Rebellion of Blackfyres. If Aegon is going to be crowned, even temporarely, then he is going to be Aegon the Sixth Targaryen. Somewhere there's one more six. Jon is a parallel to Jesus, who is the real Messiah, who will come after the arrival of Antichrist/the Beast. So fAegon is the VI and Jon is the VII. 2. Jon's story is similar to the stories of Britain's legendary King Arthur Pendragon, and Lord of the Ring's King Aragorn Ellesar. All three were raised by their relatives, not knowing that they are Princes. All three had fire-swords. All three names are variations of word dragon - [dr]A(e)gon, (Pen)dragon, [d](A)rago(r)n. 3. Rhaegar said: "Aegon," he said to a woman nursing a newborn babe in a great wooden bed. "What better name for a king?" "Will you make a song for him?" the woman asked. "He has a song," the man replied. "He is the prince that was promised, and his is the song of ice and fire." " The Promised Prince is Aegon, though not Elia's but Lyanna's.
  9. Megorova

    About The Purple Wedding...

    Of course not. Most likely, Varys multiple times placed his spies amongst LF's people. Though it's likely that LF found them each time, and got rid of them. Because Barristan is a Blackfyre, and fAegon's father. Maybe. I think that he did in the past. Years before he became master of Coin, even before he came to KL. I'm sure that Littlefinger is a dragonseed and bloodrelated to Varys. And that Varys came to Westeros all those years ago, to find in 7K people with dragonblood, to give one of them to Golden Company, as replacement of Serra Blackfyre's unborn child, who was supposed to become leader of GC, but didn't, because Serra died before giving birth. Varys, who is also a Blackfyre, made a deal with Golden Company, that he will find them a dragonseed, bloodrelated to Blackfyres, for that person to become their leader, and the future King of 7K. Possibly LF was one of those early candidates, though later Varys found someone better, with purer blood. In my opinion LF is descendant of Aegon IV Targaryen and his mistress Falena Stokeworth. It's highly likely that Falena's daughter, Jeyne Lothston, was Aegon's daughter. There's a possibility that the Bastard of Harrenhal is Jeyne's child from Aegon. It seems that he was posed as Lucas Lothston's child, same as Jeyne. This Bastard could have been Manfryd o' the Black Hood. Could be that he got that nickname because he was always wearing a black hood, because he was hiding under it his silver-gold hair. Would be suspicious if a guy, who is supposedly bastard of Lucas Lothston (Lothstons are red-heads, same as children of Minisa Whent-Tully) had Targaryen hair color, to addition of those rumors, that Jeyne Lothston was Aegon's daughter. At the time of First Blackfyre Rebellion son of Lucas Lothston sided with Blackfyres, but then betrayed them. I think that he betrayed them because he made a deal with King Daeron that he will be legitimised as Lucas' son and will become a Lothston and not a Bastard of Harrenhall. Nevertheless, even though he was legitimized, somehow Harrenhall was passed on to Danella Lothston and not to Manfryd. So after that he went to Braavos, to establish relationship with other spurted and unacknowledged bastards of Aegon the Unworthy, and had a child with one of Otheryses, either with one of daughters or granddaughters of Aegon's mistress, Bellegere Otherys, first Black Pearl of Braavos. LF's great grandfather, a sellsword from Braavos, is son of the Bastard of Harrenhall and an Otherys-girl. When later he (the Bastard) returned to Westeros, he became a Whent, and was a knight in service of House Lothston, and then caused a downfall of Lothstons and became first Lord Whent of Harrenhall. He was grandfather of Lady Shella Whent, Walter, Oswell, and Minisa Whent (Catelyn Tully's mother). LF is Cat's and Lysa's third cousin. The Bastard of Harrenhall was Daemon Blackfyre's half-brother, so LF was third cousin of Daemon and Maelys Blackfyre. So when Varys came to Westeros, he found LF and offered him to become a Blackfyre Prince. Though later he found a person with more Blackfyre genes. I think that Barystan Selmy's mother was Aenys Blackfyre's daughter. So Barristan is second cousin of Daemon and Maelys. Though, instead of converting Barry into a Blackfyre, and persuading him to lead Golden Company, Varys together with Shiera Seastar, the Kingswood Brotherhood and Jeyne Swann made a trap for him, and Barry conceived a child with Jeyne (on the same night when was conceived Rhaegar's Aegon). The septa that was with Jeyne, was Shiera Seastar in shadow-glamour. Nowadays Jeyne is using an alias septa Lemore. Obviously that it's just a theory, and I could be totally wrong about all of this. Though if I'm right, then it explains what's between Varys and Littlefinger, and LF's obsession with Tully-girls, and who is fAegon, and why LF is acting against Varys. That's because Varys promised him the leadership of Golden Company and to get Iron Throne for him, but later casted him away, because he made a better plan, in which Targaryen Crown is going to be given to fAegon.
  10. Megorova

    Your king and small council?

    King: Aegon VII Targaryen (Jon Snow), with Beyond-the-Wall being added as the 8th Kingdom, and Jon as the King of Wildlings. Queen: Daenerys Targaryen Hand and the master of Whispers: Quaithe/Shiera Seastar/the Three-Eyed Crow Lord Commander of Kingsguard: Jon Connington; Wildlings and Night Watchers as Jon's Kingsguards. Lady Commander of Queensguard: Brienne; only females in Dany's guard. Such as Obara, Nymeria and Sarella Sand, Wildling witch Morna, Osha, Pretty Meris (she's a torturer from Winblown sellswords company, and possibly Brienne's mother, and descendant of Duncan the Tall). Coin: Tyrion Lannister Ships: Asha Greyjoy Laws: Arya (and Faceless Men) Grand Maester: Marwyn Davos as Castellan of Dragonstone, Edric Storm as the Lord of Stormlands, Samwell Tarly as the Lord of the Reach, Sansa as the Lady of the Vale, Bran as Lord of Winterfell and the North, Rickon as his heir, Tyene Sand as the ruler of Dorne, Edmure Tully in Riverlands, Tyrion as Lord of Westerlands, Theon as the King of Ironborn, with Asha as his heir.
  11. Megorova

    About The Purple Wedding...

    It is funny, but she is Varys' spy. And she went to work as a washerwoman for whores not because other people won't take her as a maid after she served to two traitors (<- that's totally a lie), she went there because those whores are working for Littlefinger, and Varys placed his spy to spy after LF's spies. Amongst Varys' agents there are not only mute little birds or other children, there are also adults from both castes - smallfolk and nobles. Not in every castle, but definitely in all capital castles of 7K's regions. Though it's likely that with everything that happened since the beginning of AGOT, Varys had lost his agent stationed at Winterfell, and the one at Storm's End, and maybe at the Eyrie and Riverrun too. My candidates for Varys' agents: Balon Swann, Jalabhar Xho, Anguy, Ravella Swann-Smallwood, Carellen Smallwood (Varys' spy at the Citadel), Paxter Redwyne, Gerold Dayne, Bronn, Chiggen (dead), washerwoman Brella, Mandone Moore (supposedly dead), Salladhor Saan, Aurane Waters, Shae (dead), Selwyn Tarth, Velaryons and Florents and all Swanns, Jory Cassel from Winterfell. Or not.
  12. Megorova

    Tysha - who is to blame?

    On this I agree with you. Though for Tywin there was many reasons why he did what he did. Including for the future of House Lannister, not to damage their reputation, and to give a lesson to Tyrion, that to desobey his father, or to do anything without Tywin's concent will have serious repercussions for Tyrion. And also to make Tyrion to think that no one can ever love him for what or who he is. That the only value that he has and will ever have is that he is a Lannister, and that besides that, he will never have anything else. So he should do whatever he will be ordered to do, otherwise even that will be taken from him.
  13. Megorova

    Tysha - who is to blame?

    What makes you think so? What was the purpose of what Tywin did? -> He wanted to prevent Tyrion from revealing that son of Tywin Lannister humiliated him by getting married with a commoner, without even asking his father's permission. And Tyrion, marrying with a commoner, spoiled for Tywin future possibilities of arranging advantageous political marriage between Tyrion, last free member of House Lannister, and some important great House. If Tyrion's marriage became common knowledge, then, even if Tywin used his authority (as the Lord of Westerlands, and also the fact that Tyrion at that time was underaged, thus shouldn't have been able to get married without his parents' consent) to annul their marriage, the damage would have been already inflicted. Because who would want to marry their highborn lady-daughter to a guy, who previously was married with a commoner? That would be degrading for any Lord. Just look at Illyrio and his two marriages - his ex-brother-in-law got enraged, that after marriage with his sister, Illyrio dared to marry with an ex-whore. Though, why should he care, if his sister is long dead, and her widowed husband, getting married to whoever he has chosen, has no relevance for her? Nevertheless he did cared, because it was bad for his house's reputation. Same thing with any Lord that will contemplate marriage between his House and House Lannister, it would have been humiliating for any highborn lady to get married with a guy, whose previous wife was a mere crofter's daughter. Thus it was not enough just to separate Tyrion from Tysha, and make their marriage to be annuled. What Tywin was aiming for is to prevent Tyrion from telling to anyone that he was married. And after those guards raped Tysha, there was no way for Tyrion to man up and announce that that woman was his wife. That would have been too humiliating for Tyrion, to say to people that he got married with a whore, and that a full room of Lannister guards had a go at her. He became unable to stand up for her, because he thought - what's the point? what happened happened, and it can't be undone. No matter what he will do, it won't make things better for Tysha. Thus, what's the point for revealing their marriage, if by that he will just hurt himself too. The whole purpose of what Tywin did, was to stop Tyrion from revealing his marriage to other people. Thus, if Tyrion officially introduced Tysha as his wife, at some gathering of House Lannister and their bannermen, shortly after they got married, then there was no way to revoke it. The damage to reputation of House Lannister would have been already inflicted, and would have been irrevocable, even if the marriage itself would have been later annuled. There would have been no point for Tywin to do anything to Tysha, if Tysha was acknowledged as a member of House Lannister. By not making it public, who Tysha is to him, Tyrion made her a target. And the fact that now, years ago after that event, Tyrion told his story to Bronn, doesn't matter anymore. Because Tysha is long gone, maybe even dead. Eitherway it's not relevant anymore. Furthermore, since then, to defy his father, Tyrion did even worse things, that damaged his House's reputation, than a mere marriage with a commoner. His alcoholism and frolicing with whores is a common knowledge. No one wants their daughter to marry with Tyrion, so information about Tysha, even if Tyrion will reveal it, doesn't matter anymore. What & who would have stopped him? Read what I wrote above. There would have been no point anymore. Nope, he tells Sansa, Shae, & Bronn long before he is an alcoholic & we have no idea who else he may have told along the way. He became alcoholic years ago. Tywin would have never said it. Because that information would have damaged his and his House's reputation. The whole point of what was done to Tysha, was to prevent this information from getting out, at least then, when that information was relevant, before Tyrion inflected all that other damage on his House.
  14. Megorova

    Tysha - who is to blame?

    Yep, that's why Jaime became a Kingsguard. To obey his father. That's why Duncan married with Jenny, Jaehaerys married with Shaera, Daeron chose to be with his male-lover, another Daeron escaped from tournament at Ashford, Arya secretly practiced sword, Joffrey did whatever he wanted, etc. Not officially. If it was common knowledge that Tyrion got married, and who his wife is, then Tywin would have never done what he did. He wouldn't have been able. Many years later, when the guild for what he did turned him into alcoholic and debaucher. She wasn't a whore, Tywin and Jaime lied about that. That's debatable. Because it's one thing to have sex with a whore, and a totally different thing to rape a noble's wife, even if that noble is merely 13 years old. Afterwards Tyrion could have asked for King's Justice, and in case if Tysha was not a whore, all those guards had high chances to be hanged or sent to The Wall for what they did, whether they did it on their own accord or were ordered by their Lord. Because there are laws in 7K, and even Lords can't do whatever they want and stay unpunished. I'm not suggesting that there wouldn't have been any consequences. I'm saying that whatever those consequences could have been, Tyrion decided to go with the flow, instead of facing those consequences. He was afraid for what will happen to him. He was more worried about himself, and what Tywin can do to him, than about what was happening to Tysha. Tyrion was a coward and utter egotist. And he knows it. What he became in recent years, it's his own punishment for what he did (participated in Tysha's rape, let his father to cast his wife aside) and what he didn't (protected Tysha, acknowledged her as his wife, did anything to Tywin in repercussions for his actions).
  15. Megorova

    About The Purple Wedding...

    One of them - https://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Brella Part of her special training is fake snoring, to make people think that she is sleeping, while she isn't.
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