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The `House of the Dragon' prophecy in episode nine you could have neglected

 The `House of the Dragon' prophecy in episode nine you could have neglected 

The `House of the Dragon' prophecy in episode nine you could have neglected
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The finishing of House of the Dragon episode nine became pretty abrupt and dramatic, with the point of interest due to the fact understandably resting on Rhaenys' dramatic dragon-assisted get away from King's Landing. 


But really, it should not have come as that an awful lot of a shock, due to the fact we had been advised it became going to manifest. The hassle became, the phrases had been spoken via way of means of a man or woman no one listens to. 


OK, let's again up for a moment. Earlier withinside the episode, after King Viserys has (finally) been showed dead, Queen Alicent is going seeking out her son Aegon to inform him that he is going to be the brand new king. Her first forestall is her daughter and Aegon's sister/wife (yep), Princess Helaena Targaryen. 


Princess Helaena, you could remember, is a piece odd. She performs with insects, she would not say an awful lot, and whilst she does it regularly feels like random nonsense. 


 Or as a minimum it did till she flawlessly anticipated the episode nine finishing. 


In the scene in question, Alicent visits Helaena and is set to inform her of her father's demise whilst Helaena all of sudden interrupts, whispering, "There is a beast underneath the boards." 


 At the time, Alicent takes no be aware. As visitors we slightly take any be aware either. 


But reduce to the quit of the episode, and Helaena's phrases tackle an entire new meaning. There became a beast underneath the boards: Princess Rhaenys' dragon Meleys, at the again of which she bursts up via the ground to absolutely derail King Aemon's coronation earlier than flying off to inform Rhaenyra approximately what the Hightowers are planning. 


Turns out we need to had been paying attention to Helaena this entire time. Going again to her preceding scenes, Helaena predicts her brother being blinded in a single eye in episode 6 — "He'll ought to near an eye," she whispers whilst her mom tells Aemond he will have a dragon one day — and in episode 7 she mutters a reputedly nonsensical poem that could keep even extra significance. 


"Hand turns loom, spool of inexperienced, spool of black, dragons of flesh weaving dragons of thread," sings Helaena below her breath on the funeral of Laena Velayron. 


What if "Hand turns loom" refers back to the Hand, Otto Hightower, plotting for his daughter to marry King Viserys? The spools of inexperienced and black may want to constitute the one of a kind factions approximately to visit war (Alicent vs Rhaenyra), and the dragons may want to constitute some thing it's going to manifest at some point of that fight.

 Does dragons of thread imply banners, for instance? Or may want to it imply faux Targaryens, relating to Rhaenyra's sons? 


Difficult to say, however primarily based totally on Helaena's tune document it looks as if we're going to discover quickly enough.


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