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  • The ship could have been built for The Hanso Foundation by Mr. Paik and Paik Heavy Industries.
  • The ship may be full of DHARMA crew being transported between projects.
  • "Antonius" is the Latin origin of the name Antony, as in Marcus Antonius (="Mark Antony"). Antonius is therefore the name of an important Roman political dynasty. Mark Antony claimed that his family originated with a son of Hercules called Anton, i.e., that they were descendants of an immortal bloodline.
  • "Helgus" possibly derives from German and Scandanavian words for "holy."
    • The name "Helgus Antonius" alludes to the notion of a powerful family which views itself, perhaps falsely, as descended from a special ("holy" or even immortal) ancestry.
      • The name refers to the notion that the Widmore family, who may have built the ship in collaboration with the Hanso Foundation, constitute a powerful dynasty, descended from a "great" man as alluded to by Charles Widmore during his interview with Desmond.
      • The name refers to the Hanso dynasty, and Alvar or Magnus Hanso as a great man deemed "holy" or "immortal."
  • The map snapped by Rachel Blake supposedly showing the destination of the Helgus Antonius is in fact a map of the Island. It shows a lake in the north, similar to the lake in the barracks where the Galaga submarine is moored.
    • The Helgus Antonius is en route to the island, retracing the last known route of Magnus Hanso's Black Rock.

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