Alejandra Vargas was a character who appeared in the third novel in The Originals series. She was a human who lived in New Orleans. She was became the new fortune-teller at the Southern Spot, but was in secret was a member of the Cult of Janus and planning on ending the vampire race with her brother.

Throughout The Originals Novels Series

In The Originals: The Resurrection, she first met Elijah at the Southern Spot when he was trying to find Klaus. She reads his palm and tells him his future. Afterwards, Elijah didn't want to risk getting caught with her and when he steps into the house, he spins her back and kisses her. She is then trying to manipulate Elijah into turning his back against his siblings, using their family promise as manipulation. She then lied to him about how Klaus was just using his army as a ruse against the Collado Werewolves and that he was working with them instead, which Elijah believed. When she and Elijah arrive at her place, it is revealed that she was in cahoots with her twin brother to end the vampire race. She used her romantic/sexual relationship with Elijah to distract him. It was also revealed that they used vinaya powder with some witch enchantment that would allow any human to control any vampire who ingested it. After fooling him a little while longer, Klaus and Rebekah figure things out and Klaus goes after her in vengeance. She was then killed by Klaus by decapitation. Afterwards, her twin brother, Tomás Vargas, tries to avenge her and their father's death, but he meets his demise as well.


She appeared as being very seductive and used this to her advantage so she could get close to Elijah. She is shown to be manipulative and wanted her father avenged for him being killed.

Physical Appearance

She was described as being as tall as Elijah with curling black hair and startling green eyes. It also said that she has a sharp, strong chin and a high forehead.



  • Alejandra is a Spanish name and it means "Defender of mankind". It's a feminine version of Alexander.
  • Vargas is of Spanish and Portuguese meaning. Topographic name means "hut" or "slope".

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