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The Girl in the Mirror Ending and Explained: Do the Shadows Bring Back Therion

Netflix’s ‘The Girl in the Mirror’ complies with the story of Alma, a woman who endures serious memory loss following a horrible crash. The program makes use of the atmospheric surroundings of a picturesque town as well as weaves in secret as well as superordinary components to make it extra awesome. The partnerships between the characters likewise take centerstage, as several of the most essential events in the tale happen due to the difficult equations in between them. The story additionally unravels in a very computed way where past, present, and also future obtain blended in a manner that leaves the target market confounded. The season upright a huge cliffhanger, which does not spell anything great for the community of Asturias. Below we analyze what the ending methods for the future of ‘The Girl in the Mirror’. SPOILERS AHEAD

The Girl in the Mirror Plot Synopsis

A group of students, on their way back from a retreat, meet with a terrible accident that claims the lives of half of them. Alma, too, sustains severe injuries, but while her physical wounds heal, it is her memory that doesn’t seem to budge.

While Alma involves terms with her brand-new scenario, an old man informs his grand sons the story of Therion, a satanic force who is prophecized to return, courtesy of the efforts of his loyal slaves, known as the Five Shadows. Gradually, the mystery around the identification of the darkness deciphers, as even more lives are shed. By the end, it seems like nothing can stop the catastrophe that has been written in the destiny of Alma and her community.

The Girl in the Mirror Ending: Do the Shadows Bring Back Therion?

As is later revealed, Martin’s father knew that the accident was going to happen. It had everything in it, from the death of his wife and the birth of their son to the precise time and method of how Therion will be brought back to the world of the mortals.

Only when they were in full control of these bodies they could begin the ritual to bring back Therion. Roque becomes the first person to succumb to the shadow that takes over this body, and then helps its brothers to occupy the bodies of other people.

Knowing that things are going to happen exactly the way they are prophecized in the book, Martin’s father tries his best to stop the shadows. He sends his hitman after them, killing their mortal bodies, hoping that this will stop them. Due to this, Carlos is killed. It turns out that the death of their mortal bodies doesn’t have much effect on the shadows. It just turns out to be an inconvenience for them, because they just have to look for the next body to take over. While they can replace their own bodies, they can’t do so with the one that is reserved for Therion.

The key part of the plan for bringing Therion back is Martin. He is the one whose body is to be surrendered to the demon because he is a part of the bloodline that has been possessed by Therion for a very long time. It is important that the shadows get to him, and according to the prophecy, it is someone from Martin’s family who will give him over to them. At first, Martin and his sister, Diana, believe that it is their father who will betray them. They discover that he has actually been trying to protect them. The ritual is supposed to go down on the night of the third full moon, so they just have to keep Martin out of the clutches of the shadows for that particular time period.

Feeling guilty about it, Martin goes back to Bruno, and it is Diana who hands him the car keys to get there. She and her father also notice that the bones that are vital for the ritual of bringing back Therion have also gone missing.

At the same time, Martin reaches Bruno’s house, only to realize that Bruno has also become one of the shadows, who finally have Martin in their clutches. Because everything has happened exactly as it was prophecized, Therion is definitely coming back.

Does Alma’s Soul Get Back in Her Body?

Even after trying her best, it turns out that she can’t remember anything from Alma’s life because she is not Alma. It is Deva’s soul inside Alma’s body, while Alma’s soul has been going back and forth in time and memories, trying to find a way to come back into her own body.

Even though Alma’s soul tries to warn Deva, the whole scene plays out exactly as Alma had seen. It is Ricardo, Deva’s stepfather, who attacks her for revealing to Deva’s mother that he ‘d been sexually abusing Deva. He doesn’t know that he is actually attacking Deva inside Alma’s body. He chokes her and Alma’s body comes to the brink of death, which means that Deva’s soul is expelled from it. Still, instead of jumping right back into her body, Alma’s soul tries to save Deva by attacking Ricardo. Eventually, Deva’s soul pushes Ricardo out of the window, who falls to his death.

With both Alma and Deva’s souls out of Alma’s body, Deva apologizes to her for taking over her life. Lara and Deva help a spent Alma to get back in her body, and Deva says goodbye to her friend and embraces death completely.

Now that everything seems fine, Alma is ready to find out more about what happened to her and what’s actually going on in her town. She pays a visit to Aurora, who tells her that she ‘d been waiting for her. She gives her the “flower of the water” necklace and welcomes her into the White Sisterhood. This event will clearly become an important factor in the next season, where the return of Therion will mark some dark times for the people of Asturias, and Alma will play a part in fighting the devil. Considering that we still don’t know what else is written in the book of prophecies, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Alma’s name comes up in it, with some directions regarding how to send Therion back to hell.

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