SANSA AND GOOD QUEEN ALYSANNE

Anonymous asked: so sansa and good queen alysanne am i the only that sees it? Oh man, Sansa and Good Queen Alysanne parallels are my FAVORITE.  I’ve written about it here and there on twitter, but it’s right there.   Well loved, beautiful, tall and elegant with high cheekbones and blue eyes.  She forced the Starks to […]

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SANSA’S PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPERPOWER

Throughout the main narrative and text of ASOIAF, we see Sansa Stark utilize defense mechanisms to survive being beat in front of the court (often enough that almost every member of the kingsguard had done it a few times), being touched by creepy old dudes often, and basically just suffering as a Prisoner of War.  We’re not here to […]

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FALLING STARS AND MARY MAGDALENE

Growing up in a Roman Catholic family, I did everything I could post-catechism to push away religious learning.  Funnily enough, here I am poring over the bible to write a comparison analysis.   Today we’re going to take a look into Ashara Dayne, the fair Lady who threw herself from the Palestone Sword tower in […]

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THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON DOOR

When we last left Alayne Stone in the Vale, we left her on … an almost surprising and positive note. It’s Day 0 of the Tourney she’s put together for the Lord of the Vale; noting that Sweetrobin takes solace in stories of the Winged Knight, Artys Arryn, Sansa concocts her very first “scheme” as […]

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A THOUSAND EYES AND ONE GREY MIST

Intro Before I delve too deep into this, this little diddy relies on the very popular (and …pretty much canon) theory that in The Mystery Knight, Maynard Plumm, a hedge knight camped out by Whitewalls, was actually Bloodraven, disguised using a glamour. There are many textual references to infer from but here are the ones […]

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