Meaning of Jon Snow's Sword Alive

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Find out! The meaning of Jon Snow's sword alive!

Meaning of Jon Snow's Sword Alive:

There was a subtle clue in the latest Gane of Thrones episode involving Jon Snow and his sword Longclaw. Many fans now want to know what's the meaning of Jon Snow's sword alive?

Longclaw was given to Jon Snow's by Jeor Mormont's and it is made of Valyrian steel.

The Lord Commander Jeor Mormont when giving Jon Snow Longclaw:

"It's my father's sword, and his father before him. The Mormonts have carried it for five centuries. It was meant for my son, Jorah. He brought dishonor to our House... but he had the grace to leave the sword before he fled from Westeros."

Jeor Mormont gave Longclaw to Jon Snow as a reward for saving his life from a white walker and before giving Jon the sword he changed the pommel from a bear to a direwolf, which is the sigil of House Stark.

By the end of epsiode 6, season 7, many Game of Thrones fans are wondering tif there is even more meaning and perhaps mystical power behind this Stark Valyrian steel sword.

As you probably know, Jon was given life again after the Red Woman performed a ceremony that brought him back from the dead. Lord of Light or not, there does seem to some kind of higher power or unknown magic around Snow, so perhaps even his weapon, Longclaw, was given new life as well?

There are many fan theories as to what the true meaning behind Longclaw's "eye opening" scene truly means. Perhaps the eye movement was Bran, or The Three Eyed Raven, as he now calls himself. I guess we'll have to wait and see! However, one thing IS clear.... Jon Snow's sword is DEFINITELY alive!

Proof That Jon Snow's Sword Is Infact Alive:

Observe Jon Snow's Sword Longclaw's Eyes In Picture 1 Vs. Picture 2:

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