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With 'Game Of Thrones' nearing its end faster than we had expected, it is safe to say that the story of the television series digressed from the storyline that author George RR Martin had spent years coming up with. While it deprives the show of a lot of love from the dedicated fans of the books, it also opens doors to an uncertain future and all sorts of theories about the way it all ends for Jon Snow, Cersei, Daenerys, and the rest of the crew with the series finale a couple of weeks away. One such theory could be about the main man, Jon Snow, who surprisingly seems to 'know nothing' about all the tattletales present in his “family” with whom he spent the better portion of his unusual life. via GIPHY I say “unusual” simply because one, he's come back to life after dying and two, have you noticed how ever since he was resurrected, he somehow managed to survive every major war he's been a part of while people around him continued to die, mostly saving him from danger? So, this theory is about how ever since he was brought back to life by the Lord of Light (through Melisandre), Snow became the most powerful and influential agent of the “one true god” especially because of the fact that Snow or rather, Aegon Targaryen was always the rightful heir to the Iron Throne, thereby the King of the Seven Kingdoms, a King who could force his subjects into worshipping the Lord of Light alone, while dismissing every other religion. via GIPHY The biggest hints about the theory dropped during the fourth episode of the eighth and final season of the show. After winning the Battle of Winterfell, with the Night King and the rest of the army of the dead decimated after Arya stabbed him in the torso with dragonglass, it was the wildlings who spoke of how Snow did not remain dead even after getting murdered: “He is little but he is strong. Strong enough to befriend an enemy and get murdered for it. Most people get bloody murdered, they stay that way. Not this one,” said Tormund to which Snow slyly replied: “I didn't have much say in that.” via GIPHY Also, a couple of moments ago, in a conversation with Tyrion, Ser Davos expresses his concerns with The Lord of Light. “We play his game for him, we fight his war and win and then he fucks off. No signs, no blessings. Who knows what he wants?” Maybe this is what the Lord of Light had planned all along. There also exists another theory according to which the Lord of Light and the God of Death are one and the same. In the last episode, Melisandre, a devout of the Lord of Light said something very peculiar to a terrified Arya that gave her the strength to kill the Night King. via GIPHY Interestingly, she spoke about the God of Death and the lines were first told to Arya nearly a decade ago by her sword-fighting instructor, Syrio Forel, who followed the God of Death aka the Many-Faced God as well. via GIPHY Once the Night King was dead, Melisandre happily died as her destiny was fulfilled by Arya and now it was Snow's turn to fulfill his by taking the throne from Cersei and Daenerys to complete the Lord of Light's plan.