• Mejane

    The Gods Must Be Crazy

    February 5, 2010 by Mejane

    OK...Me of all people is now officially LOST!!!! I am going with my idea of the Gods trilogy...The classic battle of the Gods and their half-God/ half-Mortal offspring's!!! The Gods are Zeus (Jacob)- “the God of land & sky”…Poseidon (the shark…TBD) “the God of the seas” …and Hades (MIB) “the God of the underworld”… They ...want us to think there is only a struggle with 2 main characters…I think there are 3… Their journey is to see if their offspring's make the journey to enlightenment. I believe we have only seen Jacobs’ offspring's… he visited each of them in different times in their lives. We will next see who MIB picks, etc… It takes reincarnation to reach a different “Bardo's” or Levels. The game is to see who can make it to the final…

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  • Mejane

    This is further information to link LOST story line to the "Book of the Dead"

    Further research shows that they prepare alive people for this journey! It is called 'the Great Liberation by Hearing'. It teaches you meditation on the deities of the mystic path of the mantra, (both in the) visualizing and perfecting stages, while living, will be of great influence when the peaceful and wrathful visions dawn on the Chonyid Bardo. They have to train, hold it, read it, commit it to memory, bear it in mind properly, read it regularly trice; let the words & meanings be very clear; it should be so that the words & meanings will not be forgotten even..... It goes on to say 'the Great Liberation by Hearing', because even those who have committed than …

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  • Mejane

    The Tibetan “Book of the Dead” and it’s relationship to LOST By Jane Slates

    This is very long, but a great read! You will not be able to stop thinking of it for a long time! I have only put this together in the last 2 days, and quickly added my comments to the research I have done. (See red comments in bold) This is only the beginning of the explanation of LOST. Please feel free to take it to the next level of facts. This has to be the story line…. Enjoy & Namaste! Jane Slates

    From Wikipedia:

    "The Book of Dead" is the common name for the ancient Egyptian funerary text known as "Spells of Coming" (or "Going") "Forth By Day". The book of dead was a description of the ancient Egyptian conception of the afterlife and a collection of hymns, spells…

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