1. Pearls can represent and “unblemished nature,” or “innocence.” Sookie wearing this at the beginning could symbolize a transformation of her nature this season, from a innocent girl to a dark woman. I will be curious to see jewelry that Sookie might be wearing during the finale or very late in the season, if any.
2. Pearls can be considered magical. Maybe this pertains to the discovery of her own magic or the theories people had about the magic behind the purple dress.
3.Pearls can represent someone that is highly regarded for the value they hold. This could desribe Sookie becaus of her heritage and powers, but especially after Eric’s revelation, “your life is too valuable to throw away.”
- This could have foreshadowed Coot’s death by gun fire.
The eagle represent's Jason's free but dominant and protective personality.
Sookie will remain stubborn with Eric until they are both in immediate danger again.
Eric will protect Sookie again later on and/or they will have a passionate,primal moment
Eric's need for vengeance will almost be his end. Godric/a vision of Godric will save him.
Sookie may pay the price because of Bill or his stubborness
Bill is not the man/vampire she was looking for.
Sookie must embrace her dark side to survive.
The all wear black, symbolizing the darkness they all are. They also all have the innocent blood of Ann and countless others on their hands. Tara saw the true Bill without a mask here.
Eric often embraces his dark side outwardly and keeps his light/color underneath (dark jacket, colored shirt underneath)
Debbie will keep coming after you (she threatened to cut you but you cut her, maybe she will return the favor)
Normal people often settle down. Sookie and others are not normal.
Alcide's pack is running away from their problems. Is a new leader needed? (Alcide)
Bill is a liar.
Sookie will never be completely Bill's again.
Daylilies are a symbol of maternity...hmmm
maybe Eric should listen to Russell's advice now like he did then.
"It's too late for me." Yes it is Bill.
"I wouldn't let go of this one...it's quite valuable." ( No you wouldn't Eric. Yes, she is in more ways than one ; )
"There's no forever for us." No there isn't. Notice how their the location of their first encounter is similar to Bill and Sookie's..hmmm
"you mean nothing to me" wow, that was believable! not. can we assume the opposite? ha
Jessica will continue to justify her bad behavior in a similar way Bill does.
Satan in a Sunday hat? Probably so.
Fireplaces symbolize: a symbol of home. Will this become Sookie's home one day or will he attempt to make it so?
"Your a fucking idiot!" Yeah, pretty much.
there is no difference between you two. he will probably even end up like you too. maybe he is also part supe too, who knows? ; )
"you wouldn't know love" yeah, maybe you don't either Sookie. YET
there is a reason you kept Hadley around. there is a reason everyone is wearing white.
Did Russell essentially "cut his own head off" by cutting the magister's head off?
There is light and the grass is greener on the other side when you listen to Tara.
This relationship is choking the life out of both of you.
Look at that gun! your relationship leaves a path of destruction and is as volatile as that loaded gun
This chess piece Eric used to win the chess game could possibly be in the image of a fairy and/or goddess and it is probably not a coincidence. Will Eric win the battle with Sookie in his corner or does this simply mean the viking will prevail, even at a cost of the queen? My friend Renne has a good theory over at her blog the ancient pythoness about what the chess game and what it represents http://www.ancientpythoness.com/2010/08/13/checkmate/
A. The symbolism behind Jesus’s witchcraft connection is here: https://talktrueblood.wordpress.com/2010/08/06/isjesushallow/
B. The symbolism behind Sookie’s Coma Dream and Bill is here: https://talktrueblood.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/sookiedream3x07/