LOST Theories - DarkUFO

First let me say that after Ab Aeterno, IMO its clear MIB is EVIL as F***. Jacob is good and he made this abundantly clear with his discussion with Richard. He just wants people to be good on their own. It is only later after meeting with Richard that he decides to nudge and influence people.

I think the Dharma Initiative had the equation right (the numbers) yet their meaning of them was wrong. They are not a date/time that the world will end. The numbers are a signal for when the world will end.

Judging from the Lighthouse we can assume there were at least 360 candidates and slowley they have died off or have been disqualified for whatever reason. Hurley said they need to stop MIB from leaving the island or Todos no vamos pal infierno, We all go to Hell. Which in my eyes means the world ends.

So I think that when these candidates 4 8 15 16 23 42 are the only ones left it signals the end of the world is at hand, and that is basically where we are at this point in the story. there are only 6 remaining candidates left and now that MIB is on the verge of leaving the end of the world is at hand.

Im not saying these candidates cant die, as clearly locke is dead, but what im saying is that when this combination of numbers is the only one left, it means the Beggining of the End, thus proving that Dharma was right. I know Kate is still alive, yet Darlton said that Kates name was crossed out on the cave. Even though Ilana said there are six of them left alive doesnt mean Kate is still considered one by Jacob. I think he disqualified her after he told her to protect the six. I still think she is important but not to the whole Jacob Mib candidate equation. I think she is just there to help reach the end.

Anyways long theory short: The Valenzetti Equation is not a date/time, but a signal for the End of the World. when these numbers are left it means the end is at hand. Now that Locke is dead even the NUMBERS candidates are dying off, so what happens when they all die????? Que series finale THE END

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