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    New Scary ‘Dr. Strange 2’ Theory Claims “DARKHOLD” Is Not Destroyed, Explains Strange’s Third Eye

    “Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness” is currently playing in cinemas across the world, and it has some of the most unexpected scenes in any Marvel Cinematic Universe film to date. Horror and mystical developments were prevalent throughout the film, from the introduction of the MCU’s Illuminati to the introduction of a darker Doctor Strange with a third eye on his forehead.

    Wanda Maximoff completely unleashed the Scarlet Witch in Doctor Strange 2 thanks to the Darkhold’s impact on her, which sent her on a rampage throughout the Multiverse to find her children. Every copy of Darkhold was destroyed throughout the Multiverse at the end of the film but a new theory suggests that The Dark Book was not destroyed completely.

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    Doctor Strange Holds The Darkhold Now

    Doctor Strange Is Seen Reading The Darkhold
    Doctor Strange Is Seen Reading The Darkhold

    The Darkhold, a famous book of black magic once owned by Agatha Harkness and currently in the possession of the Scarlet Witch, was presented by WandaVision in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chthon, one of the Elder Gods that controlled Earth in the dawn of time, is depicted as the monster who built the Darkhold in the comics. In the process of devouring his own kind, Chthon grew to be one of the most powerful beings in the universe, but he also learned that he was doomed to be exiled from this realm. Some of his most sinister spells were inscribed first on stone and then on parchment in the scrolls he left behind.

    Chthon’s Darkhold, on the other hand, is a highly hazardous read. Every spell in the Darkhold was selected by Chthon for a single purpose: to wreak havoc on reality. To read the Darkhold is to succumb to Chthon’s control, and every sorcerer who employs the power contained in this dreadful book is tainted by its influence. Comics depict the Darkhold as being made up of Chthon’s return predictions, which are used to weave this into history. A prophecy from Agatha Harkness herself was originally misunderstood by the heroes as they tried to maintain reality – exactly as Chthon had intended.

    It was revealed in the first Dr. Strange movie that Strange has a photographic memory. This small detail opens up a whole new dimension of possibilities. Stephen Strange was shown reading Darkhold in the sequel of Dr. Strange, which gives birth to the theory that he learned everything from the book before Wanda destroyed it which explains his third eye in the post-credit.

    Doctor Strange’s Third Eye Post Credit Scene Explained

    In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Doctor Strange’s third eye may not be what it seems, but why did he receive it in the first place? In addition to teleportation and spell casting, Dr. Strange has a wide range of magical talents, including astral projection and transformation.

    In Doctor Strange, the Ancient One revealed the existence of the third eye, a power set that had previously only been attributed to the Ancient One.

    The only other character known to have this eye is Sinister Strange, who gained it by using the Darkhold of his reality to travel to other universes and murder his multiversal versions.

    Using the Darkhold appears to have caused the third eye, and Doctor Strange from universe 616 is destined to follow in the same footsteps. It’s possible, though, that things aren’t as simple as they appear.

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