There is no doubt that Jon Snow's resurrection was one of the most important if not the most important moment in "Game of Thrones." In that scene, we saw Melisandre performing a magic ritual, and then, the minute everyone left the room, Jon Snow opened his eyes and gasped for air. And just like that, he returned from the dead. Pretty straightforward, right?

Well, according to Kevin from the YouTube channel bridge4, there is more to this scene than meets the eye. He thinks that it wasn't Melisandre who brought Jon back, it was Davos instead. Yes, you heard it right.

On top of being one of the most beloved characters in "Game of Thrones," the Onion Knight could just very well be the reason Jon Snow is alive and kicking. At least according to Kev's theory. But does it hold any weight? Well, let's take a look at the evidence.

The magic behind resurrections

First of all, as you probably know, Jon's resurrection wasn't the first, nor will it be the last one in our story. In "Game of Thrones" Season 3, Arya encountered the "Brotherhood Without Banners", a group of outlaws led by Beric Dondarrion. We later found out that Beric was brought back to life five times by his longtime friend Thoros of Myr who just happened to be a Red Priest of R'hllor, not a very good one though.

By his admission, Thoros didn't believe in the Lord of Light at first, but that all changed when the Mountain drove a sword into Beric's heart. That was when Thoros recited the only prayer he knew. His Lord replied, and Beric was brought back from the dead. However, it's pretty clear that it was the love for his friend that gave Thoros the necessary strength for the resurrection.

Lord of Light didn't do anything, Thoros' willpower did.

Back to Jon's resurrection

Even though it was Melisandre who recited the words, bridge4 thinks that she didn't bring Jon back. If you recall, the Red Priestess was in a pretty dark state of mind before Jon's resurrection. And her line: "The victory I saw in the flames, it was all a lie" clearly suggested that she had lost her faith in Lord of Light, and more importantly the faith in herself.

But you know who didn't? Ser Davos Seaworth. Not only did he initiate the whole resurrection thing, but he was also the only one who believed "the magic" will work. Check out the scene once again.

As you can see, after the ritual was over, Tormund, Edd, and Melisandre left the room with not one bit of hope left in them. But Davos stayed just a bit longer, so we could see that he still believed Jon could come back. And since belief is required for the magic to work, as seen above, it stands the reason to believe that it was Davos who brought Jon back, and not Melisandre.

Check out bridge4's video down below, and tell us what you think.