So, this recent event with the Zephyrites got me thinking, in no small part due to their involvement with Aurene, how their beliefs tied up within the Eternal Alchemy.
Zephyrites worship the three Aspects:
The dragons from what we know possess these alignments:
I'm going to take a lot of creative liberty with this theory, if only to get the ball rolling, but given how the dragons are shown in the vision of the commander, as spokes of the handles of the eternal alchemy, began to think "Well, if dragons are the spokes, then what do the handles correspond to?". Eventually, my line of thought lead me to imagine handles that correspond to the immutable aspects, who could be the "primordial" handles that originally made up Tyria before other new "handles" and "spokes" began to appear within Tyria.
Not only that, but each handle could correspond for both the presence and its absence of as being part of the same aspect, and it is these that correspond to the dragons and their domains>
But wait, there's not enough for all the dragons! But ... what if that's because those are aspects that weren't originally part of Tyria, but arrived to it along with its inhabitants? Could they be deduced? We basically get Mordremoth, which is essentially an elder cheatsheet in this regards. So taking him into account and placing those spokes as the edges of a nice hexagon, we get:
But there's one "handle" left, one that would have Zhaitan and Jormag as its "spokes". We have a hint of Zhaitan's, so I will venture a guess at this Aspect:
I think it can be argued that all elder dragons have been fought of with the opposite end of their corresponding aspect:
Sensing a pattern?
If this theory hold any degree of truth, we can predict Jormag being slayed not by us, but through the use of Sohothin (no longer in Rytlock's hand) by a hivemind / shadow antagonist, and Primordus would have to be slayed with Jormag's remnant power along with Kralkatorrik's, possibly hinting at the capture of Aurene.