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Supposedly they are announcing the final episode title tonight. Anyone want to guess what it will be called? Please don't post the title if you know what it is because that would be quite cruel.
My guess would be the title of the book Jacob was reading when Locke fell named, "Everything that Rises Must Converge." I think it would be suitable since we are dealing with two timelines and they may become one somehow by the series finale.Read more >
I have heard a lot of theories that are along the lines of there being an attempt to save the world. Maybe Jacob really has the opposite goal, which would be to destroy the world. I really have no evidence to go on except for the fact that Jacob says "It only ends once," indicating that he wants something to "end."
If time is really just a relative term, then destroying the world in future really doesn't destroy the world at all because it still exists at all previous times. If the world were to "end," it would have to cease to exist at all times. How this is achieved I don't really know, but it seems like something Jacob might be able to pull off with his omnipotence.
If people have gone to the island with the intent of "saving the worl…Read more >
I believe that season five has left us several hints that John Locke is actually Jacob.
1. John 3:16 Let's first make two assumptions (which are by no means definite but certainly probable). First, let's assume that Jacob is a benevolent god of some sort. Second, let's assume that the number 316 that has appeared so many times is a reference to John 3:16. Notice that Jack receives Locke's suicide note but does not open it until he is on flight 316. Locke's note succinctly states, "I wish you had believed me." If we look at John 3:16 it says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." In Locke's note, the person to believe is John Locke. In the …Read more >