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Looking at Jacob's tapestry I couldn't help but draw comparisons with a quote by the Austrian poet Rainer Wilke in which he states
“Destiny itself is like a wonderful wide tapestry in which every thread is guided by an unspeakably tender hand, placed beside another thread and held and carried by a hundred others.”
Again in it's interesting to note the tapestry seems to indicate rows of hands outstretching from an icon of the eye of horus towards a group of people - perhaps signifying for them to grasp their destiny. Again this is obviously just speculation but the comparison is interesting nonetheless.Read more >
Just wondering if anyone else has noticed the links between Lost and Zoroastrian religion. Jacob's temple seems to resemble that of a traditional Zoroastrian fire temple. Zoroastrian temples were signified by large domed ceilings supported by large columns with a large fire at the center of the sanctum. The temple also bears a symbol of Faravahar - again Zoroastrian iconography. It also seems that Jacob and the man in black are dressed in what seems like a traditional Zoroastrian sudreh and kushti. It would be interesting if this was a reference or allusion to the old Zoroastrian myth of the two twins Spenta Mainyu and Angra Mainyu who were two opposite divinities embodying order vs chaos, truth v falsehood and free will vs fate.Read more >