LOST Theories - DarkUFO

Random Connections by Andrew

OK, this is not as much a cohesive theory about what we've been seeing so far this season, just some observations and connections.

In one of my spam email accounts I get a newsletter from Coast 2 Coast, my all time favorite radio show. Since I'm rarely up that late anymore and usually only listen when driving past midnight... I get the e-news these days to quickly recap what has aired. I don't always read it, but its always in my inbox. Anyway -- here is what was on last nights show and I think you'll find it applies to the struggle between MIB and Jacob:

"In the first half of the show, documentary filmmaker Ken Klein discussed his interpretation of biblical angels, and a war in the heavens. He delineated three types of angels: The Cherubim are watchers, who "have the back of the other angels," during their war. The Seraphim are the scribes that record the history of the universe, and the Ophanim are the creator angels who got into a fracas with Lucifer, who had been an archangel of the Cherubim.

Many of the Ophanim were banished from the heavens, and cast down with Lucifer, said Klein, who added that angels have the ability to fly in ships throughout the universe and some UFO sightings are connected with fallen angels. Klein believes many humans are manipulated by fallen angels, whose strategy is to keep us from the knowledge of who we really are. He also claimed that in New Orleans, shape-shifting fallen angels were recently captured on video, and promised to make the recording available as proof of their existence."

So here we have 3 types of angels described for us and what there role is as it relates to the intersection of humanity, our world, and the heavens or gods, or simply god.

Highlights of key Lost tie-in's to Jacob and MIB would be:
war, banishment, manipulation of humans, shape shifting

They tie in UFO's to fallen angels I might add, which certainly bodes well for our very own DarkUFO here... hehe

So that's the first bit.


If you cross reference Cherubim, Seraphim, and Ophanim with Lost -- here is what you get in popular culture:

Each are one of the three Celestial Digimon of the anime Digimon Frontier... or.....


From Wiki:

The 4th Digimon TV series first broadcast in 2002. After prompted to do so by unusual phone messages, the five main characters go to a subway station and take a train to the Digital World. Once there, they meet two secondary characters, Bokomon and Neemon, who act as guides, and tell the DigiDestined that the Digital World is in danger. They must fight the antagonist, Cherubimon and his Legendary Warrior servants before they succeed in dominating the world; it's up to the children to save it.


Does the plot sound vaguely familiar? IT SHOULD.

What is the ISLAND OF LOST Digimon?
"It's supposed to float between dimensions of the digital world."

Sounds kinda like ABC Lost's island, doesn't it?
The island in the comic looks EXACTLY like the Lost island too...

check out the english translation:


So, Lost is not a comic in and of itself but it does draw heavy comparison, hence the comicon participation, etc.

If nothing else, these random connections are fun to think about when you recount Lost's many many perceived references to everything else in life.


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