Alright now for the past month i have been well you could say "a little pissed" to say the least because of the whole Jon Snow death. Now keep in mind i don't watch allot of TV shows but as every other Game Of Thrones fan knows that Game Of Thrones just isn't a show, you just get lost in it and hope it doesn't end but it always delivers and know one can argue with that. It also leaves so many open questions and cliff hangers that you want answers to but as always you have to wait till next season.. and that's OK but just leaving Jon Snow laying there in a pool of his own blood after being stabbed five times in the gut by his brothers of the Nights Watch that's a little extreme... but i have a theory here so just bare with me on this.
Now remember how the Nights Watch killed Jon by stabbing him in the gut instead of cutting his head off or burning him after they killed him of fear that he may come back as a white walker? Yeah that had me thinking...
When Melisandre (the woman in red) came back to castle black after the death of Stannis Baratheon and his army it seemed to me that it was one hell of a coincidence that Jon died that same night.
Now there is this quote by Melisandre that kind of resurfaced to me since this whole thing happened.
So in the books there is this character called the Great Other that is the god of darkness, fear, cold, death and all around evil. which i think is this guy
and when john watched this guy from his boat summon his white walkers and raise the dead (whites) you could see the fear in his eyes, but before that to the surprise to us all and to Jon himself he was able to kill a White Walker with Longclaw that was made from Valyrian steel and everyone else thought that only Dragonglass could do the trick.
Now on to another point for those of you that read the books there is another passage that reads
"There will come a day after a long summer when the stars bleed and the cold breath of darkness falls heavy on the world. In this dread hour a warrior shall draw from the fire a burning sword. And that sword shall be Lightbringer, the Red Sword of Heroes, and he who clasps it shall be Azor Ahai come again, and the darkness shall flee before him."
So with Jon able to kill a white walker with Longclaw and Melisandre trying to seduce Jon so he would go to Winterfell with Stannis she must have seen something in Jon to do so. Now going back to my theory i think that with Stannis dead and his army defeated Melisandre has know one else to help with the white walker problem and i think that how they left Jon Snow that she could praise the Lord of Light to resurrect Jon as Azor Ahai (The Prince That Was Promised)
before the Nights Watch burns him so that when they do burn him that will be the last step in the resurrection process and she would have came out as a savior. Another point for this theory is that Jon and Azor are allot alike, for example Azor had to plunge Lightbringer through his beloved wife to unleash the swords true power and Jon had to go through the loss of losing Ygritte and burning her corpse so they both have had huge losses.
And in an interview with entertainment weekly they asked him if Jon was really dead and he responded
“This is how it is.” If anything in the future is not like that, then I don’t know about it – it’s only in David and Dan and George’s heads. But I’ve been told I’m dead. I’m dead. I’m not coming back next season. So that’s all I can tell you, really.
Yes he might not be coming back next season but if you think Bran and Hodor haven't been in the whole fifth season at all because the show had already caught up with his storyline with the book A Song of Ice and Fire, A Dance with Dragons and if they kept pushing Bran's story then he would be way ahead of the other characters so Kit could just take the next season off and come back in season six or even seven as Azor Ahai and totally dominate the white walkers.
Do you think Jon will come back as Azor Ahai?
so that's my theory. tell me what you think in the comments below.