Lost Update – A Tale Of Two Cabins
Posted by LOTGK on August 11, 2009
Lost Update – Summer Of Lost – 08/11/2009
News Flash Lost fans!!!
I was re-watching the season five finale of Lost last night, and I noticed something startling that I did not before. About forty minutes into the two hour finale, Sawyer, Kate, and Juliet, (The big rack blond) were walking through the jungle and happened upon Rose and Bernard and Walt’s dog Vincent. Rose and Bernard were separated from the group during the flaming arrow episode and the two have been living in harmony ever since in a little cabin by the woods.
So what! Big deal! What is the big news flash? Well, a few minutes past that scene, when Juliet declined to have tea with Rose and Bernard saying perhaps another time, the scene switched to Lapidus and the other group of others carting the silver crate holding the body of John Locke. Just where did they land up. That’s right, they wound up at Jacob’s cabin, which is Rose and Bernard’s humble abode.
Take a closer look at both scenes. The huge tree on the right side, the cabin, the lay of the land. Rose and Bernard’s cabin is the same as Jacob’s.
Just how does this tie in to my Lost theory? I know Lost hasn’t aired a new show since May, but come on, you couldn’t have forgotten my theory already can you? In case you are new here, or need a refresher course…
Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory….I’ve been waiting a long time to tell you…..
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.
At the end of season five, the ying and yang became the main focus. Good versus evil. Right and wrong. Good and bad. From the pilot episode where Locke played backgammon with Walt and the camera focused on the white and black board pieces, to the black and white stones, right down to Jacob and the unknown man. One wore white pants and the other black. Even Rose and Bernard, a white man and a black woman.
Here you go kids, for something to think about until season six begins. Jacob and the unknown man clearly hate each other. So much so that the unknown man has been searching for a loophole to kill Jacob. Certainly a failed relationship. But just listen what Rose and Bernard told Sawyer, Kate and Juliet that they have been living in peace and harmony for the past several years. They had achieved exactly what everyone is searching for in life.
The ying and the yang my friends. For every experiment, there are always variables. For Jacob and the unknown man, the results were always the same. Remember this conversation at the beginning of season five finale?
Unknown Man: You’re still trying to prove me wrong.
Jacob: You are wrong!
Unknown Man: They come, fight, they destroy, they corrupt. It always ends the same.
Jacob: It only ends once. Anything that happens before that, it’s just progress.
But not for Rose and Bernard. They are the exception. The Yang. Is this what all the experiments wanted to accomplish? Peace and harmony. Rose and Bernard.
Until the next update, Get Lost!
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL
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