Melisandre of "Game of Thrones," played by Carice van Houten, is a weird character. Before reading further, it is important to declare that this article discusses "Game of Thrones" plots and angles. Therefore, those who are not updated with all the seasons and have somehow shielded themselves from the numerous spoilers, read at your own risk.

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She abandoned Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) before he met his doom, heading back to Castle Black. Her visions have been questioned, her actions criticised. She has burned people for the "greater good," sacrificed innocents for the "greater good"; questionable, of course, but intriguing, nevertheless. Melisandre is the confident “Red Woman” and has her powers; she has proved time and again. But her failure to seduce Jon Snow (Kit Harington) inside the Lord Commander’s chamber brought out yet another power. Everybody was stunned, just like Snow, when she uttered those beautiful words that Ygritte (Rose Leslie) used to say lovingly to her foolish crow lover.

“You know nothing Jon Snow.” Melisandre may well be his saviour and resurrect him from the dead. Snow doesn’t know, he has no clue. How did she utter those words when she has never met Ygritte? Melisandre doesn’t feel the chilling winters of the North as she is certain that the “Lord of Light” is inside her. But Melisandre, uttering those words, probably gives a sneak peak to what lies ahead – resurrection of Snow, a possible romantic connection, and Snow’s fate in Melisandre’s hands.

While none of these may be true and all of these are a possibility, “You know nothing Jon Snow,” coming from Melisandre, has deep connotations. Did she realise that the true king of the Seven Kingdoms is not Stannis but the "bastard of Ned Stark" (Sean Bean)? While many “Game of Thrones” spoilers and fan theories have believed in this angle, there is one certainty and that’s resurrection.

“Game of Thrones” has shown that resurrection is very much possible. Remember the fight between Sandor Clegane “The Hound” (Rory McCann) and Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) in “Game of Thrones” Season 3? Dondarrion was killed by The Hound but was resurrected by Thoros (Paul Kaye). Later Melisandre met Thoros who showed her Dondarrion and explained his many resurrections, made possible by the “Lord of Light.” Melisandre was astonished to see him possessing such great powers.

Here lies the clue. Jon Snow is stabbed inside Night’s Watch and he is assumed dead. Melisandre, after abandoning Stannis, came back to Night’s Watch. So she is there too. Fans would love to see Melisandre bring back Jon Snow in Season 6, look into his eyes and once more say those words – “You know nothing Jon Snow.”