American Horror Story: Have the fans guessed the end of the show already?

"Day of Doom" sweeps all the people away, leaving only a new Adam and Eve to step into the world to start anew. 


                            American Horror Story: Have the fans guessed the end of the show already?

'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' continues on its journey, with fans trying all along to find clues to foresee the end of the season, and they might just have found a great one in last week's episode, "Or Could It Be...Satan?" 

In the last episode, we were shown certain events leading up to the end of the world, especially the part about Michael Langdon's (Cody Fern) pre-bomb history. It was revealed albeit in flashback that Michael was recruited to the Hawthorne School, an institution much like Miss Robichaux's Academy, for warlocks.

While we are already aware that Michael's powers are demonic, the elders of the school are so anxious to seize the witches' power that they decide to test him as a possible Alpha. This is where there could have been a clue to how things will end. 

Michael was asked to locate Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'The New Adam and Eve,' a task he does with utmost sincerity. The curiosity doe not lie in the act of finding the book but in the content of the book. In the short book, "Day of Doom" sweeps all the people away, leaving only a new Adam and Eve to step into the world to start anew. 

It's a story that seems to be in line with the Apocalypse. Other stories like remaking the world and nuclear bombs for a significant day of doom are pretty obvious and have been talked about repeatedly on the show. What's interesting is the idea of Adam and Eve. However, this brings us to the two possibilities for Adam and Eve - either Emily (Ash Santos) and Timothy (Kyle Allen) or Michael and Mallory.



 

Emily and Timothy were supposedly chosen for Outpost 3 due to their special genetics, but we now know that identity spells are a thing, so maybe there is more to the couple than what we actually know about them. We also know, death hasn't stopped anyone on the show from resurrecting, so it wouldn't be difficult for the show to bring them back alive. 

Michael and Mallory, on the other hand, are equally capable to be Adam and Eve. Just last week, we learned that Mallory is an extremely powerful witch, and maybe far more than that, is the possibility of her being connected to a divine bloodline. 

While the witches are trying to stop Michael from whatever his wicked plans are, if Mallory is indeed from a powerful divine lineage, she might be able to bring some balance to whatever the world looks like at the end of Apocalypse.

One thing that we know for sure about the show is that it has a lot of twists and turns. It will be interesting to see if any of these theories culminate in the end of the show or bring the universe of the show close to Apocalypse. Sit tight. The ride is going to be a jumpy one.