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Min's viewing of Rand's future.
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Min Farshaw's ability to discern elements of the future has led to a wealth of foreshadowing as to what could happen next. Below is a collected list of Min's viewings, both completed and yet unresolved.

CompletedEdit

The Eye of the WorldEdit

Chapter 15

Rand al'Thor, Matrim Cauthon, Perrin Aybara, Egwene al'Vere, Thomdril Merrilin, Moiraine Damodred, Lan Mandragoran:
"Sparks swirling around you, thousands of them, and a big shadow, darker than midnight. The sparks are trying to fill the shadow, and the shadow is trying to swallow the sparks. You are all tied together in something dangerous."
All these characters are all tied together in fighting the Shadow.
To Rand:
"Egwene's part of it. You're in love with her. She loves you, too, but she's not for you, or you for her. Not the way you both want. When I look at her, I see the same as when I look at Mistress Alys [Moiraine]. She won't refuse it."
Egwene has become Aes Sedai and Gawyn Trakand has fallen for her. Rand has captured the hearts of Min, Elayne Trakand, and Aviendha.
Thom:
"A man — not him — juggling fire, and the White Tower."

The juggling fire could possibly be referring to Mat learning the secrets of gunpowder. It could also mean Thom's nephew Owyn, taken by the White Tower to be gentled.

Perrin:
"A wolf, and a broken crown, and trees flowering all around Perrin."
Elyas Machera showed Perrin how to talk to wolves. In The Shadow Rising, Perrin marries Faile Bashere, cousin to Queen Tenobia Kazadi of Saldaea - and the symbol of Saldaea is a broken crown. Trees flowering has not been fulfilled yet, but may refer to Perrin's family being murdered and buried in their apple orchard.[1]
Mat:
"A red eagle, an eye on a balance scale, a dagger with a ruby, a horn, and a laughing face."
The red eagle is the symbol for Manetheren, of which Mat has memories. He took a Ruby-hilted dagger from Shadar Logoth, and sounded the Horn of Valere at Falme.[2] The meaning of the laughing face could be in reference to the fact he finds the dice rattling in his skull akin to laughter, or perhaps it is referring to the mask that Balthamel used to wear. The eye on the balance scale refers to Mat's final trip to the land of the Finn in which he sacrifices his eye to save the life of Moiraine, which also fulfills the statement that he would "give up half the light of the world to save the world." Whether or not the world will be saved by this act, or is a reference to her role in Thom's life, is still uncertain, though since Moiraine herself has been said by Min to have an important role to play in the Last Battle, it could very well be that Mat saved the world.
To Rand:
"A sword that isn't a sword, a golden crown of laurel leaves, a beggar's staff, you pouring water on sand, a bloody hand and white-hot iron, three women standing over a funeral bier with you on it, black rock wet with blood, lightning around you, some striking at you, some coming out of you. You and I will meet again."
The sword is Callandor, and the crown is the Crown of Swords.
The beggar's staff is a reference to his unexpected trip to Ebou Dar, planning to attack the Seanchan there but first surveying it in the disguise of a stooped beggar with a staff.
Rand caused rain in the Aiel Waste at the end of The Shadow Rising. It also may refer to an Aiel prophecy:
"He shall spill out the blood of those who call themselves Aiel as water on sand.[3]"
Rand lost his left hand when he was attacked by Semirhage with fire.[4] The bloody hand and white-hot iron might also refer to the heron-mark left by the hot sword on his hand, after fighting Ba'alzamon at Falme.
The funeral bier with the three women was fulfilled when Elayne, Min and Aviendha stood over Rand's funeral pyre after the Last Battle.
The black rock wet with blood is a reference to the Karaethon Cycle. It says "Red on black, the Dragon’s blood stains the rock of Shayol Ghul." The lightning likely refers to fighting with the One Power. It could also refer to his fight with the Seanchan, where he uses Callandor to make a lightning storm which beats the Seanchan, but also strikes his army. They do indeed meet again and become practically inseparable.

Chapter 16

Nynaeve al'Meara:
"She's part of it, right along with the rest of you...The sparks, Rand. She met Moiraine coming in, and there were sparks, with just the two of them. Yesterday I couldn't see sparks without at least three or four of you together, but today it's all sharper, and more furious. You're all in more danger today than yesterday. Since she came."
This indicates that Nynaeve is tied up fighting the Shadow along with the rest of them; also, that Padan Fain has followed her to get closer to Rand.

The Great HuntEdit

Chapter 24

Elayne:
"She will have to share her husband with two other women and she will be a queen. A severed hand, not hers."
Elayne does indeed become Queen of Andor, and shares Rand with Min and Aviendha. The severed hand seems to be Rand's. It may also refer to her half-brother Galad's attempts to defeat Demandred in AMoL and losing his hand.
Egwene:
"A white flame and other things."
Later, Egwene became Amyrlin Seat of the rebel Aes Sedai.
She later became the Amyrlin Seat for the entire White Tower.
Galad Damodred:
"He will always do what is right, no matter who it hurts."
This seems to be simply a description of Galad's personality.

Chapter 38

Galad:
"He will hurt someone to serve a greater good and not even notice."
To protect Elayne and Nynaeve, Galad kills a large number of the Prophet's men in Samara.[5]
Egwene, Nynaeve, and Elayne:
"Danger. You are all in some kind of danger. Or you will be, very soon...I think [Liandrin] has to come as much as the rest of you. The rest of us. I can see the danger around all of you more clearly, now."
Liandrin, a member of the Black Ajah, turns the girls over to Seanchan Darkfriends to be made damane.

Chapter 42

Egwene:
"I've read you, Egwene.... I see things I am sure link you to Rand, and Perrin, and Mat, and - yes, even Galad"

Chapter 43

Nynaeve:
"A man's ring of heavy gold floated above Nynaeve's head"
Lan gives Nynaeve his signet ring as a symbol of his love.
Elayne: 
"... and above Elayne's, a red hot iron and an axe."

The Dragon RebornEdit

Chapter 2

Leya:
"The Tinker woman is going to die. I saw her own face floating over her shoulder, covered in blood, eyes staring."
Leya dies during the Trolloc attack on Rand's hidden camp.

Chapter 6

Perrin:
"An Aielman in a cage. A Tuatha'an with a sword. A falcon and a hawk, perching on your shoulders. Both female, I think"
Later in the book, Perrin rescues Gaul, an Aiel, from a cage and meets Faile, whose name means 'falcon' in the Old Tongue. He meets Berelain sur Paendrag Paeron in The Shadow Rising; Berelain is the First of Mayene, and is usually represented by a hawk in prophecies. Faile and Berelain end up fighting over Perrin. Finally, in The Shadow Rising, Aram (a Tinker) takes up a sword and follows Perrin.

The Shadow RisingEdit

Chapter 1

  • Min saw signs of death and suffering around several Aes Sedai, Warders, and servants; during Elaida's coup, quite a few people were killed in battle. [6]
  • She saw silver collars around a few Aes Sedai. Several Aes Sedai are made damane in later books. [7] [8]
Sheriam Bayanar:
"her face seemed battered and bruised."
Sheriam is beaten up by Aran'gar at the rebel Aes Sedai camp.[9]
Gawyn:
"streaks of dried blood had made his face a grim mask. He was going to be wounded on the day the Aes Sedai died. He was going to be hurt more than the blood told, hurt somehow deeper than wounds to his flesh...that bloody mask again. More: a sword floated above his head, and a banner waved behind it. The long-hilted sword, like those most Warders used, had a heron engraved on its slightly curved blade, symbol of a blademaster, and Min could not say whether it belonged to Gawyn or threatened him. The banner bore Gawyn's sigil of the charging White Boar, but on a field of green rather than the red of Andor."
Gawyn is indeed injured in the coup, and he manages to kill two Warders. The sword represents his becoming ever more proficient a fighter, while the banner is the sign of the Younglings. Gawyn and the Younglings side with Elaida do Avriny a'Roihan, which causes emotional pain to Gawyn, since he is in love with Egwene. This may also refer to his death at the hands of Demandred during the Last Battle, as well as the damage he sustained from the Bloodknife ter'angreal.
Leane Sharif:
"A transparent mask of her own face, a screaming mask."
Siuan Sanche:
"she was lying on the floor, naked. Aside from her being in only her skin, there was something odd about the image. She has no idea what it means."
Both are stilled later in the book, which makes their faces look subtly different.

Chapter 47

Gawyn:
"Gawyn kneeling at Egwene's feet with his head bowed, and Gawyn breaking Egwene's neck, first one then the other, as if either could be the future. She had never seen that fluttering back and forth, as though not even the viewing could tell which would be the true future. Worse, she had a feeling near to certainty that it was what she had done this day that had turned Gawyn toward those two possibilities."
Since Gawyn serves Elaida, this likely represents the choice he will have to make of fighting Egwene, or joining her. After Towers of Midnight, it seems that this refers to Gawyn either continuing to ignore Egwene's commands and causing her authority to be undermined by the hall, or doing as he finally did and submitting to her and becoming her Warder. This may also represent his choice in A Memory of Light, in which he must submit to Egwene's wishes and keep out of the fighting. Instead, he disobeys her and dies fighting Demandred, and the severing of her Warder's bond is a factor in Egwene's own death.

The Fires of HeavenEdit

Chapter 26

Sheriam:
"Rays of silver and blue flashed about her fiery hair, and a soft golden light; Min could not say what it meant."

This was fulfilled when Sheriam was executed for being of the Black Ajah.

Edesina Azzedin:
"a silvery collar suddenly appeared, snug around the woman's neck, and as suddenly seemed to shatter. She did not like viewings connected to the Seanchan. At least Edesina would escape somehow."
Edesina is later made damane and forced to wear the silver collar of an a'dam;[10] Mat rescues her in Winter's Heart.[11]

Chapter 28

Siuan, Gareth Bryne:
"When Bryne came in, I had a viewing. An aura, and a bull ripping roses from around its neck and... None of it matters except the aura. I didn't really understand that, but more than anything else. If you want to stay alive, you had better stay close to him. If he stays close to you, you live. If he gets too far away, for too long, you are going to die. Both of you. I don't know why I should have seen anything about you in his aura, but you seemed like part of it"
The sign of house Bryne is a bull with the rose crown of Andor around its neck, so this viewing indicates that Bryne has left his role as general of Andor to command the rebel Aes Sedai army.
As for needing to be near each other, during the Seanchan attack of the White Tower Siuan and Gareth are in the courtyard. A Bloodknife tries to kill Siuan, but Gareth kills him first. Siuan then heals Gareth of a deadly poison that the Bloodknife had given him right before he died. However, this does not mean that the prophecy is fulfilled and done with, as shown when Siuan is killed in an attack during the Last Battle, and Bryne dies in his rage after the Warder Bond snaps.

Chapter 50

Egwene:
"Those three you brought with you (Marigan, Areina Nermasiv, and Nicola Treehill) are trouble"
Nicola and Areina had tried to blackmail Egwene a number of times in order to try and advance their training as a Novice, by using the knowledge that Egwene had been masquerading as an Aes Sedai while still accepted.
Marigan, meanwhile, was Moghedien in disguise; she tried to undermine Egwene a little bit, but did not seem to accomplish anything major during her captivity.
Elayne:
""You saw that we are going to fall in love." Min replies, "Not exactly. I saw you'd fall in love with him [Rand]. I don't know what he feels for you, only that he's tied to you in some way." "And you saw there would be someone else. Someone I'd have to...share...him with." "Two. Two others. And....And I'm one.""
Elayne and Min are indeed both in love with Rand; Aviendha is the third woman.

Lord of ChaosEdit

Chapter 41

Rand:
"Aes Sedai are going to hurt you. Women who can channel, anyway. It was all confused. I'm not sure about the Aes Sedai part. But it might happen more than once. I think that's why it seemed all scrambled."
In the last chapter, a group of Tower Aes Sedai kidnap and torture Rand until Perrin and Mazrim Taim come to the rescue.

Chapter 46

Rand, Perrin:
"When you two were together, I saw those fireflies and the darkness stronger than ever... But with the two of you in the same room, the fireflies were holding their own instead of being eaten faster than they can swarm, the way they do when you're alone. And there's something else I saw when you two were together. Twice he's going to have to be there, or you... If he's not, something bad will happen to you. Very bad. It will happen if he is not there, but nothing I saw said it won't because he is. It will be very bad, Rand."
Rand on his own cannot win Tarmon Gai'don, but with Perrin's help, he stands an even chance.
She saw that Perrin would have to save Rand's life twice. The first time occurred at the end of Lord of Chaos, when Perrin saved Rand from the Tower Aes Sedai.
The second occurance came when Rand was battling the Dark One. He was vulnerable and open to an attack linked with Moiraine and Nynaeve. Cyndane was about to take this opportunity and strike down Rand while Perrin was placed under Compulsion and ordered to dispose of both women. Perrin throws off his Compulsion and realizes that he must make the choice Rand never could and kills Cyndane by breaking her neck, thus saving Rand. Further, Perrin protects Rand from an attack by Slayer during the Last Battle.
Also Mat, Perrin and Rand are connected and the firelies are lives connected to them. When all three are together, Tarmon Gai'don can be "won" as all three were needed for victory to be achieved.
Perrin:
"He's found his falcon, and I wouldn't be surprised if she kills him when the hawk appears."
Perrin was married to Faile at this point, and Berelain would later cause him considerable grief by trying to get him for herself.

Chapter 49

Rand, Bera Harkin, Kiruna Nachiman:
"One caught Min’s eye when it flashed around both women at the same instant, brownish yellow and deep purple. The colors themselves meant nothing, but that aura made Min stop breathing."
"Blood, death, the One Power, those two women and you, all in the same place at the same time."
Later in the book, these two Aes Sedai help save Rand from the White Tower at the battle of Dumai's Wells.

Chapter 50

"Maringil[...] was going to die by poison. [...] Colavaere [...] would die by hanging. [...] Meilan would die by the knife. The future carried a heavy toll for the High Lords of Tear. Aracome and Maraconn and Gueyam were all going to die too, bloody deaths, in battle, Min thought. She said she had never seen death so often in one group of people."
Colavaere ordered assassinations of Maringil and Meilan to get the Sun Throne and committed suicide when Rand punished her for that.
Aracome, Maraconn and Gueyam died in the battle with Seanchan.
Berelain:
"I saw nothing of any use to you. Just a man in white who will make her fall head over heels."
Berelain met Galad in Towers of Midnight, Chapter 26 and they fell in love with each other.

A Crown of SwordsEdit

Chapter 2

Mazrim Taim:
"Taim has blood in his past and blood in his future, but you could guess that. He's a very dangerous man."
Taim is obviously a Darkfriend, he declared himself Dragon in the past and he tried to kill Rand after this vision.

Chapter 34

Alanna Mosvani, Bera, Faeldrin Harella, Rafela Cindal, Merana Ambrey:
"They will keep their word....I just saw these five in your hand."
They will keep their oath of fealty to Rand. Note Kiruna is not one of the ones mentioned.

Chapter 35

Darlin Sisnera:
"To her eyes a crown suddenly appeared on Darlin's head, a simple golden circlet with a slightly curved sword lying on its side above his brows. The king's crown he would wear one day, though of what country, she could not say. Tear had High Lords instead of a king."
In KoD, in order to calm the rebels in Tear, the Aes Sedai go in and bargain with them. The end result is they will swear to Darlin as King of Tear.
Daved Hanlon:
"....bruised hues so dark they seemed nearly black. "Don't trust that man Lady Caraline." She (Min) could not stop herself. "He will murder anyone he thinks is in his way; he'll kill for a whim, kill anybody.""
Daved Hanlon is a Darkfriend and is responsible for the murders of several other characters.

The Path of DaggersEdit

Chapter 29

  • She viewed the four Tower Aes Sedai that Verin Mathwin had compelled and saw:
Beldeine Nyram:
"She was going to bond an Asha'man as a Warder!"
She bonded Karldin Manfor.

Winter's HeartEdit

Chapter 12

Birgitte Silverbow:
"Besides, those multitude of images and auras flashed by too quickly for her to make out any clearly, but she was certain they indicated more adventures than one woman could have in one lifetime. Strangely, some were connected to an ugly man who was older than she, and others to an ugly man who was much younger, yet somehow Min knew they were the same man."
Shows that Birgitte will continue to be reborn within the Pattern along with Gaidal Cain.

Crossroads of TwilightEdit

Chapter 24

Logain:
"Logain's aura still speaks of glory, stronger than ever. Maybe he still thinks he’s the real Dragon Reborn."
At the conclusion of the Last Battle, Logain gains honor and glory for himself and the Asha'man in the eyes of the common people they rescue. He then states that the Asha'man will always protect, linking back to the Old Tongue meaning of their name.
Davram Bashere:
"And there's something... dark... in the images I saw around Lord Davram."
Bashere betrays his army in the final battle due to Graendal's Compulsion. He ultimately dies in the Last Battle.

The Gathering StormEdit

Chapter 15

Rand:
"Flashes of light, darkness, shadow, signs of death, crowns, injuries, pain and hope."
That's what the Dragon brought to the world.

Chapter 37

Rand:
"The towering mountain was blasted out on one side, making a jagged hole down the slope. Dragounmount? It was cloaked in dark shadows, as if shaded by clouds high above."
In Chapter 50: Veins of Gold, Rand sits on Dragonmount while it is under cloud cover until he channels through the access key for the male Choedan Kal. In the epilogue, Egwene al'Vere looks upon Dragonmount bathed in sunlight, which is the first direct sunlight in weeks that she has seen.

Towers of MidnightEdit

Chapter 13

Rand:

"An open cavern, gaping like a mouth."
Shayol Ghul / The Pit of Doom
"Bloodstained rocks."
As Rand enters Shayol Ghul his wound bursts open again and he leaves footprints of blood on the rocks as he enters the cavern.
"Two dead men on the ground, surrounded by ranks and ranks of Trollocs"
The afterimage of Lan and Demandred's fight where it seemed that both men had been slain by each other's hand in amongst the Shadow and Sharan forces.
"a pipe with smoke curling from it"
Signifies Rand's ability to channel being replaced by having the power to "Will" things into existence in the Waking World.

Chapter 25

Rand:

"I see sunlight around you. [...] I see dark clouds, pushed away by the sunlight’s warmth."
The Light at the Sealing of the Bore.
"I see you, a brilliant white sword held in your hand, wielded against one of black, held by a faceless darkness."
Duel between Rand and Moridin and then Rand and the Dark One.
"I see trees, growing green again, bearing fruit. I see a field, the crops healthy and full."
"Let the Prince of the Morning sing to the land that green things will grow and the valleys give forth lambs."
Or a Fisher King effect, shown in Towers of Midnight, Chapter 1 and in Towers of Midnight, Chapter 25.
Rand has also learned how to grow foliage by singing as shown first in his meeting with all the country leaders at the Field of Merrilor where he grows the huge oak trees in the middle of the field. The second is when he meets with the Seanchan Empress. Mat states that he can see Rand singing and then the nearby peach trees burst with blossom.
"I see the Two Rivers, Rand. I see an inn there with the mark of the Dragon’s Fang inlaid on its door. No longer be a symbol of darkness or hate. A sign of victory and hope."
Mat trying to use the old Aes Sedai banner for rallying is the reference. Logain also notices that the civilians he saves from Trollocs thank him and are not afraid of the Asha'man, one mother even saying that her son will go to the Black Tower if he has the gift. This indicates that men channeling and by extension the Dragon Reborn will not be seen with such stigma anymore.
Durnham:
"I see a silver axe above that man's head. He will be a leader in the Last Battle."
He is a military commander in Bandar Eban. The Last Battle is also done and he was most probably a leader of the troops of Arad Doman.
Other people in Bandar Eban:
"That woman there—the one sulking in the shadows—she will be trained by the White Tower and become Aes Sedai. I can see the Flame of Tar Valon beside her, and I know what it means. That man over there who looks like a simple street tough? He will save her life. I know he doesn’t look like it, but he will fight. All of them will. I can see it!"
Dragonsworn and refugees that most probably fought in the Last Battle.

Chapter 51

Queen Ethenielle of Kandor:
"She plans to do something dangerous today, so be careful."
She dared to strike Rand first and was aware of risks.

UnresolvedEdit

The Eye of the WorldEdit

Chapter 15

Perrin:
"trees flowering all around Perrin"

This could refer to the trees at the Aybara farm during Perrin's return during The Shadow Rising. Another possibility is that of House Bashere's sigil being three red kingspenny blossoms, "forever in bloom" (TCoS). This may suggest that Perrin at some point will take over commanding the army now under Davram Bashere.

Lan:
"Seven ruined towers around Lan's head, and a babe in a cradle holding a sword."
The Seven Towers refers to Malkier. In Knife of Dreams, Lan sets off on a quest to revive Malkier from the Blight. It has been speculated that the babe in the cradle refers to Lan's past, but Jordan has stated that Min's viewings always refer to the future, not the past.[12] This most likely refers his and Nynaeve future child.

The Great HuntEdit

Chapter 43

Elayne: She saw a red-hot iron and an axe around Elayne. This seems to indicate trouble at some point in the future. With the invasion of Andor via a Waygate by Shadowspawn (which Verin attempted to warn Elayne about via her letter to Mat, which he did not open), this viewing might have been fulfilled. Alternately, this may refer to Daved Hanlon's attack on her during the Last Battle, in which he tries to cut her open to remove her babies.

The Shadow RisingEdit

Chapter 17

Logain Ablar:
"a flaring halo around his head, radiant in gold and blue. It shouted of glory and power to come."
After rescuing the Caemlyn refugees during the Last Battle, Logain is praised by them, and it seems to suggest that he may come into great favor, possibly as the leader of the Asha'man.

The Fires of HeavenEdit

Chapter 26

Carlinya: She saw a tattoo of a raven around Carlinya Sedai. This appears to have something to do with the Seanchan, or the Dark One. It should be noted that a tattoo of a raven denotes Imperial ownership according to Seanchan custom.

This is perhaps a misprint because she has now died, making this viewing unfulfillable. When asked about this issue, Brandon Sanderson advised us to "read and find out." Correction: The actual quote of Min's viewing is "an image of a raven floating beside her dark hair; more a drawing of the bird than the bird itself. She thought it was a tattoo, but she did not know its meaning." Thus, Min thought it looked like a tattoo, but was not sure on this point.Maria Simons clarified that "the raven is a symbol of the Dark One as well as the Seanchan; Carlinya was killed fighting the Black Ajah."

Chapter 50

Faolain:
"A nasty woman. You'd think, if there was any justice, she would have an unpleasant future ahead of her."

Lord of ChaosEdit

Chapter 41

Enaila: She saw a wreath around the Maiden of the Spear Enaila;[13] this appears to be the Aiel marriage wreath, but the result has not been shown to come to pass yet.

Correction: while battling the Dark One outside the Pattern, Rand saw "Enaila, who had decided to forsake Far Dareis Mai and had laid a bridal wreath at the foot of the siswai'aman Leiran, speared through the gut by four Trollocs." [14]

Rand: She saw millions of fireflies around Rand, being swallowed up by a great shadow.

Melaine: She saw that Melaine would give birth to a pair of identical twins.

Chapter 50

Colinda:
"I saw—No. No, it doesn’t have anything to do with you. Maybe the heat is affecting me. When I know, I always know. It must be the heat."

A Crown of SwordsEdit

Chapter 33

Rand:
"I saw you and another man. I couldn't make out either face, but I knew one was you. You touched, and seemed to merge into one another, and....one of you dies, and one doesn't."
The merging of Rand and Moridin as Rand's and Moridin's balefire streams momentarily coincide during Rand's battle with Samael at Shadar Logoth. 
Body swap of Rand and Moridin and the subsequent death of Moridin after the resealing of the bore.

Chapter 34

Harine din Togara Two Winds:
"You will be punished for what happens here today, Harine, but not so much as you fear, I think. At least, one day you will be the Mistress of the Ships."
Harine has been punished for the bargain but has not yet been named Mistress of the Ships.

Chapter 35

Rand:
"He would almost certainly fail without a woman who was dead and gone..."
This refers to Moiraine, who is believed to be dead after battling Lanfear. Speculation exists that Lanfear was the person Min's viewing revealed. However, Min later admits that she was wrong about Moiraine when confronted with the possibility of Rand's death. Combined with the Aelfinn prophecy that Matrim Cauthon would give up half the light of the world in order to save the world, and his sacrifice to save Moiraine, we can assume that the Aes Sedai holds the key to Rand winning the Last Battle.
Darlin, Caraline Damodred:
"Suddenly auras of red and white flashed around her (Caraline) and Darlin, and Min knew. The colors never seemed to matter, but she knew that they would marry- after Caraline had led him an a merry chase."
Darlin has asked for Caraline's hand in marriage and she has yet to accept him.

Chapter 41

Cadsuane Melaidhrin:
"It's Cadsuane. She is going to teach you something, you and the Asha'man. All the Asha'man, I mean. It's something you have to learn, but I don't know what it is, except that none of you will like learning it from her. You aren't going to like it at all."
From her conversations with Sorilea in TPoD and also with Verin in WH, Cadsuane says she will teach them "laughter and tears". She also speaks of teaching him the difference between being strong and hard.
Rand has stated that Cadsuane pushed him on the path he is now and is learning to be human again. Rand then sends word with Naeff to the Black Tower to inform the inhabitants that they are men, not weapons, but it is not clear if the message will have effects on the men who seem to be changing in a negative fashion.
It did have an effect on those who didn't change.

The Path of DaggersEdit

Chapter 27

Darlin:
"Aside from the fact that he will marry Caraline, after she's wrung him out and hung him up to dry, all I can say is that one day he'll be a king. I saw the crown on his head, a thing with a sword on the front of it, but I don't know what country it belongs to. And, oh, yes. He'll die in bed, and she will survive him."
On its way to completion. He has asked Caraline to marry him and is now king of Tear.

Chapter 29

She viewed the four Tower Aes Sedai that Verin had compelled and saw:

Beldeine: (fulfilled)

Sarene Nemdahl:
"A tempestuous love affair, of all things!"
Nesune Bihara:
"One red-and-green aura spoke of honors, and fame. A huge building appeared above her head and vanished. A library she would found."

Elza Penfell: No specific viewing.

Sorilea:
"She had never seen anything really useful around that white-haired harridan."
All five of them:
"Suddenly an aura flashed, blue and yellow tinged with green, encompassing them all. And Min knew its meaning....'They will serve you, each in her fashion, Rand.".... Sorilea would serve him? Suddenly Min wondered exactly what "in her fashion" meant."

All of this should be self-explanatory.

Winter's HeartEdit

Chapter 12

Elayne:
"She'll get with child from this. Two of them; a boy and a girl; both healthy and strong."
Elayne is now pregnant and will have twins. A boy and a girl.
Aviendha:
"Aviendha would have Rand's babies, too. Four of them at once! Something was odd about that, though. The babies would be healthy, but still something odd."
At some stage she will get pregnant to Rand and have quadruplets but they all look very different and are permanently connected to the One Power as per Aviendha's vision through the Rings in Rhuidean.

Chapter 25

Alivia:
"Rand, I like Alivia, But she is going to kill you."
Rand replies,
"You said she was going to help me die... Those were your words."
She helped Rand fake his death.

Knife of DreamsEdit

Chapter 18

Logain:
"Min still saw an aura of glory around him. Just how that glory was to be achieved was beyond her viewing, however."

Chapter 21

Com and Doni:
"Min made a sound in her throat, and the bond carried sadness so bleak it almost overwhelmed the burst of love that came with it. So. It must have been death she saw."

The Gathering StormEdit

Chapter 15

Rand:
"Fireflies consumed in darkness."
Related to previous similar visions.
Rand:
"Three women before a pyre."
Resolved: Elayne, Min, and Aviendha attend Rand's supposed funeral.

Chapter 48

Nynaeve:
"Nynaeve kneeling over someone's corpse in a posture of grief."
Beldeine:
"A black knife spins around Beldeine's head."
Could be a reference to the Bloodknives. Maybe she will be assassinated by them. Some sisters were killed by the Bloodknives in the Towers of Midnight, but presumably none of them had Warders.

Towers of MidnightEdit

Chapter 51

Rand:
"A glowing sword, Callandor; being gripped in a black hand. [...] "Callandor, held in a fist. The hand looks to be made of onyx.""
Moridin seizing Callandor from Rand.
Queen Tenobia of Saldaea:
"Tenobia has a spear hovering over her head. Bloody, but shining in the light."
She leads and fights in the Last Battle, but dies due to the battle results of Graendal's Compulsion.
Queen Ethenielle of Kandor:
"Ethenielle will soon be wed — I see that by white doves."
King Paitar of Arafel, King Easar of Shienar:
"The other two have various swords, shields and arrows hovering about them. Both will fight soon. [...] It could be here, today."
The Last Battle.

NotesEdit

  1. The Shadow Rising, Chapter 56
  2. The Great Hunt, Chapter 47
  3. The Shadow Rising, Chapter 34
  4. Knife of Dreams, Chapter 27
  5. The Fires of Heaven, Chapter 48
  6. The Shadow Rising, Chapter 47
  7. The Gathering Storm, Chapter 40
  8. The Gathering Storm, Chapter 41
  9. The Path of Daggers, Chapter 16
  10. Winter's Heart, Chapter 19
  11. Winter's Heart, Chapter 31
  12. Knife of Dreams, Chapter 20
  13. Lord of Chaos, Chapter 41
  14. A Memory of Light, Chapter 37

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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