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Ok, Stop me if you have heared this one before. The producers have said the losties are not dead. True. The producers have also confirmed that the island is not purgatory. True as well. However it may be almost impossible to ignore the evidence to suggest that the Island is or at least served as the underworld for some ancient civilization. The consensus being the Egyptians.
The evidence is the statues, the temple, ressurections, the ageless Mr Alpert, the ankhs, the hyroglyphics and possibly the monster. This my theory as far as I can understand it. The island was or possibly still is the ancient egyptian realm of Aaru or Duat. These are realms of the underworld where souls went to. Aaru is a heavenly paradise often described as an island.…Read more >
This is more of a question than a theory. Regardless of the "whatever happened, happened" laws that Faraday mentions, it is still completely plausible that a character may attempt to do something in the past that would alter the future. The success that they would have has been an issue on Lostpedia among fans for a few weeks now. That aside will Sayid try and kill young Ben in an attempt to save them all in the future. I don't just mean in their 2004 future where Ben caused a lot of upset, but also their immediate Dharma timeline future. Ben is going to wipeout the Dharma also and Sayid know this. Sayid knows that Ben manipulated him into killing for him off the island and I think he suspects he is the reason why he was brought back. The…Read more >
Whatever happened, happened. This is what Faraday says. He is right too. It seems there is a lot of speculation among fans as to what this means. This is my definition as far as I can explain. Forget everything Doc Brown ever taught you. In the Lost universe there is no timelines skewing into tangents. Events that we see in the past are what happened in the past and are all that ever could have happened in the past. It is based on a theory called the Novikov self-consistency principle. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novikov_self-consistency_principle The theory dictates that although time travel is possible and that a time traveller may be able to take part in past events they are unable to change events. It asks questions about free will w…Read more >
Okay, so I've been thinking about this for a while now. Back in series 1, whilst still pregnant, Claire comments that she hasn't felt her baby kick since the crash. Shortly after this she swallows that oyester thing (sorry I don't know what its called) that Jin gives her. After eating this the baby suddenly starts kicking and becomes active. My theory is that Aaron died in the womb and was resurrected similar to Locke. Why didn't it happen straight away you may be asking. Up until that point Claire had not consumed anything from the Island. The water and food packs from 815 is all she had eaten upto that point. When she consumed something from the Island this was enough to revive the baby. My theory is that contact with the Island (or thi…Read more >