Keiichi will receive his own spiritmaybe not an angel or a devil, but something else. But it was hinted that he still is able to have a spirit living in him.
The Niflheim Arc will end with Urd becoming the new DaimaikaichouThis doesn't really fit with her character development very well but it make for a brilliant Curb-Stomp Battle.
Hagall is going to have a CryCute moment when Hild decides not to desintegrate her, dispite her rebellionAnd it will be absolutely adorable! As it turns out, things got even more cutesy then expected!
Belldandy is mentally retarded.Think about it. She's completely oblivious to the trouble she causes Keiichi. Her entire job involves working with humans, but she has almost no idea of what humans are like. She is completely ignorant of the ways of humans and of life on Earth. She is unable to determine the motives of others, even when they're obvious. She never considers that someone might have ulterior motives or might be lying to her, even if they have before. She willingly invites a self-declared enemy (who has tried to seal her before and almost destroyed the world) into her house for lunch. Heaven knows this, which is why her contract with Keiichi was approved even though it is extremely unusual (Peorth laughed at the very thought of such a contract receiving approval). That is also why she was given a little more time on Earth even when the contract was destroyed. That's why the Almighty One was willing to look the other way when his subordinates were breaking the rules to try and restore it. Heaven simply wants her gone.
Belldandy's perceptions are being clouded.It's a test of both her and Keiichi; him for not giving up, and her for breaking past the clouding. Kami-sama is making sure it will work out before such an unusual pairing is allowed.
Belldandy getting really mad would be just as dangerous as Urd thinks.Note that she can overwhelm an individual by use of a Compelling Voice, just by being moderately peeved. When she "believed" that Skuld built "Texas Murder" to "help with the gardening", the thought process might have been, "I'm going to assume that's a gardening tool, because otherwise, I'd be obliged to blast Skuld off the face of the Earth♥!". If she's as powerful as Urd seems to think, she has the same world of cardboard problems as Superman, and puts on the oblivious persona as a guard.
Takano has mysterious powers of clairvoyance.Takano, from her appearance in vol. 23 to her departure in vol. 24 of the manga, repeatedly demonstrates knowledge of events that she was not present for, which she variously attempts to pass off as motherly intuition or eavesdropping, but there is one instance that cannot be thus explained - Takano brings up Chihiro's envelope, given to Keima While there is a period of time in which Takano is not "on-camera," it's heavily implied that she spends the entirety of this time playing Mah Jong against Urd, Skuld, and Peorth, none of whom knew about the events in question. Keima and Keiichi were racing against each other, while Belldandy was performing in the role of hostess (and also giving Keiichi a tiny bit of help). Megumi was helping Bell with the refreshments during this period, and while she was present for the giving of the envelope and could have passed it along, this is never shown or referred to.
Belldandy's father is Balder.This is not my WMG, but I think it was mentioned on rec.arts.anime.misc once upon a time.
Belldandy planned Keiichi's wish.It's not clear how she knew that he was going to wish being with her (she only explicitly implies wish-earners are not the sort to wish maliciously) but when she teleported to him in the original OAV, we see an image of the temple that they eventually live. She also knew precise directions to the Temple when they hit the road. She somehow planned his wish and their getting kicked out of his dorm.
Fairy Morgan Le Fay thinks that Keiichi is the reincarnation of her lost lover.(This is in the movie.) And that's why she makes such a determined effort to steal Keiichi from Beldandy. It isn't just that he's the geeky guy in the middle of the harem show so every cute girl will fall for him. It's much deeper than that: she's trying for a second chance with him. It isn't until she sees Keiichi and Beldandy walk through the arch that she finally gives up on getting him back. That Keiichi might actually BE isn't impossible; people can fail the test of the eternity gate.
Keiichi IS Morgan's long lost loverAnd they failed the test of the eternity gate.
Keiichi's Wish isn't specific to BelldandyThe wish "I'd like a Goddess like you to stay by side forever." doesn't specify Belldandy. Which allows for Urd and Skuld to stay on Earth. And allows Peorth, Lind and the others to visit. Belldandy can leave anytime she wants to as long as Urd, Skuld or any of the other Goddess' stay on Earth with him.
Bell and Keiichi have already slept together.Perhaps several times now. We the readers just haven't seen it, of course.
Keiichi is unknowingly something other than a normal human — possibly even a god himself.In the OVA's flashback to their childhood meeting, Belldandy remarked that no human should've been able to see her arrival. Either she overestimated the strength of her Bystander Syndrome-invoking field (she was a child, after all), or this is canon evidence that K1's perceptions are beyond human.
Chihiro is the reason why Tamiya and Ohtaki don't allow women to live in their dorm.
Keichi's father is half-god half-human
Keiichi's mother is something supernaturalNot necessarily a goddess but definitely something. This would explain why she doesn't show her age at all, the way that she and Keima quickly identified what the goddesses where and all of the unusual traits that Keiichi has.
Urd is Hild's doubleteThis leaves us at one of two outcomes, and possibly both: either Hild is old enough that she proceeded the double system (and maybe proposed it herself), or before Urd, something, perhaps very frightening, happened to Hild's last doublet.
Because of the wish, technically, Keiichi is a god in a human bodyEven if the wish itself was canceled, there is something weird in it, the wish is to belldandy and Keiichi be always together. now, it was canceled, but the wish itself said they had to be always together. at the time, no one know the wish would be canceled, and as wishes in general are granted instantly, it's for sure that they solved the death thing in that very moment...but no one realized it yet.
Even without the contract, Belldandy's goddess status and powers are bound to KeiichiSimple: She loves Keiichi with all of her being. It is heavily implied that Love is the greatest source of a Goddess' powers. Furthermore, as a prerequisite to being a first-class goddess, Belldandy must never, ever tell a lie. If she decided to nullify the contract and return to heaven, she would be betraying her feelings, technically lying to herself in the process. She would remain a goddess, but will lose her first class status, with her immense powers and wish-granting occupation along with it .
Urd and Peorth ship Keiichi and Belldandy for a different reason then we tought.They are both all too aware of the restrictions Ygdrassil puts on Keiichi's carnal desires, but they strongly dissagreee with those rules so they try to help Keiichi overcoming them.
Kami-sama is a Gnostic-styled Demiurge.He runs the universe, but like many gods would not need to be its creator. Thus he may be the Goddess' actual father (a common WMG in Western fan circles, since the translated comics have them calling him "Father"); if this is true, then he and Hela were an item once upon a time.
Reincarnation Exists, and this isn't the first time Belldandy has granted this kind of wish.The question of what happens after mortals die has never been addressed in canon, and rarely touched in fics, though for some authors, it seems that Keiichi and Bell will be eternally separated when he dies, because the Heaven that Belldandy comes from is different from any positive afterlife. If this is true, you'd think Belldandy would have let slip something by now about how they only have about a hundred years at most together. Therefore, it's quiet possible that souls get Reincarnated, and Belldandy only works at the Goddess Hotline because she's waiting out the centuries until the soul of her lover gets reborn and calls her back, and restart their whole relationship at the courtship stage. She never knows who that person will be, but that soul recognizes Belldandy each time, and thus makes the same wish. What we're watching now is only the latest cycle. Urd knows of this, and since she wants Belldandy and her lover to have as much happiness as they can until the end of the cycle, she's always pushing the two to hurry up. As for Skuld, she either doesn't know because she was either too young to remember the last time, or wasn't born yet, or she does remember the last cycle, as well as how sad her Big Sis was, and wants to spare her the pain.
there is a third divine group besides the gods and demonsI think in Djins and/or Shinigamis. Djins because...well, it was recently explained that the gods and demons fulfill humans wishes in exchange of their energy(or something ike that) but without explaining why. The demons can qualify as Jerkass Genie but i really can't see them as tricksters who play with the person's word and make him suffer and/or die. The shinigamis is because the death thing wa snever explained so far, so, as the valkiryies are an elite force more than reapers, as they are described in the myths, i think in shinigamis(or reapers) as the ones designated to watch the dead ones.
Kami-Sama and Hild are aliens who consumes emotional energies emitted by humans as means of life-support...and goddesses and demons are cybernetically-augmented humans they created to provide and maintain a constant amount of energy flow from earth. Here's the theory unfolded: Long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Kami-sama and Hild's homeworld was destroyed, leaving them as one of the last surviving members of their species. They barely escaped death and travlled across the universe to find a suitable planet for living. Eventually they found earth, a planet where intellectual species emit emotional energies strong enough to sustain them. Together they manipulated human society via means of religion, politics and more in order to draw out energies, and the eras went on. Unfortunately, as time passed by, Hild became increasingly greedier at consuming energies. She decided that negative energies are much easier to draw out via the means of chaos, misfortune and death. Hungry for power, she abducted hapless humans and cybernetically-enhanced them to become her harbringer of misfortune, then set them free to spread chaos on earth. Them are the first demons. Angry at Hild's doings, Kami-sama created his own minions - goddesses via similar means as an attempt to thwart her misconduts. Naturally, it broke out into a war, destroying much of earth's energy systems and living the clueless humans confused and frightened. The war took its toll, realising that this will ruin the world for both of them, Hild and Kami-sama came to a truce. And from there on they parted their ways, assigning the duty to keep the energies balanced, which was to send goddesses/demons to help people in need. Therefore, any of the "magic" we see the goddesses/demons perform are merely bio-engineered alien technologies at play, and "heaven"/"underworld" are alien spacecrafts which act as life-support for Kami-sama/Hild and mainframes/serve site to support the goddesses/demons. This would also lead to the next theory:
Keichii emits an unusually large amount of emotional energy for a single human being, which is why all this is happening to him.Assuming the above theory is true, then it would explain why Keichii gets so much attention from both sides. And even though the goddesses are with him, misfortune still happens to him on a daily basis (though admittably on a much smaller scale). These are Kami-sama and Hild's means to keep his energies balanced, which, although reduces his misfortune, would probably means that he'll never make further progress with Belldandy as it is, because Kami-sama and Hild are actively sabotaging any romance between them.
Artist Kosuke Fujishima intended Chapter 285 to be a Deconstruction of the Magical Girlfriend genre...and perhaps a Creator Backlash at his creation.Like many fans, he felt that his creation had become rather stale and stagnant (and led to a lot of stale rip-offs). Having watched Puella Magi Madoka Magica and the Mind Screw ending of Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei, he decided to explore just what could make a Nice Guy so nice, to make fans wonder if perhaps the Magical Girlfriend ideal is just too good to be true, and, as Hideaki Anno told otakus to stop "run(ning) away" from reality by escaping into "the 2D world", he decided to remind otakus that, in fact, their "waifus" aren't real and their preference for them over "3DPD's" has killed their chances of contributing to the gene pool; so turn off your computers, brush off your neckbeards, and try to get an actual girlfriend.
There is a legitimate reason why heaven does not wish for a human/goddess romance, beyond them being douches.Namely, the possibility or perhaps past experiences with such a Half-Human Hybrid would result in very bad things.
The Norn sisters were the three Minami sisters.Belldandy was Haruka, Urd was Kana, and Skuld was Chiaki. Before being granted their goddess licenses they had to spend some time living among mortals to become more familiar with their society. However, one of Yggdrasil's many glitches incorrectly assigned three Norse deities to Japan. With Belldandy gaining great proficiency in the Japanese language and culture, she was eventually assigned to the East Asian division of the Goddess Helpline...and the rest is history. (When they returned to Earth to live with Keiichi, a similar glitch flipflopped the "ages" of Belldandy's and Urd's mortal bodies.)
The series is set in the same universe as the Marvel Cinematic UniverseMore accurately the immediate past. Loki set Keiichi and Belldandy together for a bet, but without her around his sanity slipped, and he ended up forgetting that Bell is on Earth (otherwise he wouldn't have dared to invade with the Chitauri).