1. Biblical Jacob is the father. Esau is his twin brother who exchanges his birthright for a lentil stew. Esau leaves the island and tries all his life to return. Biblical Benjamin is the son of Jacob. And biblical Aaron is the grandson of Jacob. Biblical Aaron is not Benjamin's son as Aaaron is not Jack's son. But biblical Aaron is Jacob's grandson as Aaron is Christian's grandson. Esau is not Windmore. Windmore is working for Esau, now. There are two groups along island's history. Jacob is the patriarch(?) leader of the Group J (Hostiles, Others), but all this time there is another Group E, always trying to recapture the island.
Esau is Magnus Hanso using Black Rock in his first attempt to discover the island. The ship in its final voyage…Read more >
Is it possible for different groups landed on the same time on the island to run different timelines?
The answer is yes! This may explain why Rousseau lived 16(?) years on the island without confronting the Others, without discovering the Darhma stations (which discovered by the survivors in a couple of months). This may also explain how Inman and Desmond remained untouched inside the Swan station long after the Others gained control over the island.
During the 815 crash, did all the survivors "landed" in the same timeline? May be not! If Christian or Christan's body landed earlier than his death, it does make sense to be visible. (Actually, In the same way, Mr.Eko, Charlie, Claire and anybody who is "dying" on the island can be seen because…Read more >
Jacob is the father. Esau is his twin brother who exchanges his birthright for a lentil stew. Esau leaves the island and tries all his life to return. Benjamin is the son of Jacob. And Aaron is the grandson of Jacob.Read more >