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Spoiler Theories and Speculation / has anyone seen this footage???
« on: April 26, 2007, 04:19:42 PM »
i don't know if this is credible or not

Episode 3x15 / Jack passed out from cigarette smoke
« on: April 07, 2007, 12:17:41 AM »
ever heard of an ashtray???

i got this off another site.
this would change everything once again

A hellmouth, is exactly what it sounds like. A portal to hades, which if left unsealed, will let loose on the world every conceivable form of twisted, nightmarish, monstrosity. Clearly, it’s a good idea to keep these things closed. Otherwise no more sunshine, no more bunny rabbits, and no more mankind. So why all this talk about the end of days? And what exactly does this have to do with Lost? The connection is a growing stack of evidence to support the theory that the entire island is sitting directly on top of its very own underworld.

The idea of an underworld on the island got its first major boost in the latter half of Season 2 when Locke caught his fleeting glimpse of the map on the back of the blast door. After enlarging the map and examining every last centimeter in excruciating detail (I’d expect nothing less from true Lost fans), the name “Cerberus” was discovered. Cerberus of course was the three-headed guardian of hell in Greek mythology, and the map’s clear implication was that Cerberus was also the name of our favorite mind-scanning, shape-shifting, cloud of homicidal black smoke. Numerous structures on the map were labeled “CV” which many presumed stood for “Cerberus Vents,” an assumption recently confirmed by the spoilers which appeared as part of the Lost puzzle series.

But there was another revealing secret to be found in the hatch, hiding in plain sight. The sequence of hieroglyphics which appeared when the countdown timer reached “zero”, was revealed by Damon Lindelof during the July 31st Lost podcast to translate to “underworld.”

So we’ve got a security system named after hell’s guardian, a mysterious reference to an underworld, and Ben’s contention that despite all evidence to the contrary, they’re “the good guys.” See where this is going?

In a recent interview Michael Emerson pondered Ben’s true motives. “He's fighting some kind of war. I can't tell exactly what it is but he has a terrible responsibility I think.” I couldn’t agree more. Ben and his people have the weight of the world on their shoulders. And as we learned from the offing of Ms. Klugh in last week’s Sayid-centric outing, they would rather die than reveal their secrets. What I propose to you is this:

The island has an underworld (maybe it’s hell, maybe it’s an ancient evil civilization, whatever… it’s not a nice place) and Smokey is its guardian. Whatever is down there… the Others are charged with the responsibility of containing it at all costs. When DHARMA arrived and started building underground stations all over the island, they disturbed something they shouldn't have (the mysterious “incident” perhaps?) and were either wiped out by Cerberus or by the Others in a last-resort attempt to stop them from accidentally unleashing whatever was beneath the surface. The Others’ interest in children with special mental abilities is because their powers are being tested as a possible weapon against what lies on the other side of the gate (one that could be used without having to open it up).

Spoiler Theories and Speculation / so does locke push Patchy......
« on: March 12, 2007, 11:10:31 AM »
.....because he's going to reveal his paralysis to his friends

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