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Monday, June 25, 2012

The "REAL" reason behind the statue on the island

The reason behind the statue on Lost is because of the statue on Doctor Who: The Key to Time: The Androids of Tara.  On Doctor Who part of the statue was in fact the 4th segment of the Key to Time.  After Romana transforms it into it true shape she is encountered by Count Grendal who notices that something has happened to the statue.  She asks him if it is important and he tells her that it is only to "superstitious fools" and then proceeds to tell her that it was supposed to guard their family fortunes.













After Romana transformed the 4th segment the statue was no longer whole

View of the statue on Lost in its full form.





This is a view of the statue during the timeframe that Richard Alpert was first brought to the island



This line was added to Lost to echo the words spoken by Count Grendal when Romana asked if the statue was important.  Grendal responed with "Only to superstitious fools."  By saying the island is guarded by the devil it goes back to Doctor Who and Grendal saying that the statue was supposed to guard his family fortunes.










What remained of the statue after the Black Rock slammed into it

What I have been trying to show all of you is that the mystery of Lost can be resolved if you only turn to Doctor Who: The Face of Evil and They Key to Time series.  Not because I say so but because that is where the writers got the majority of their ideas for Lost. 

LOST IS A REMAKE!!!

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2 comments:

  1. I think you are crazy

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  2. I'm always willing to entertain these type of theories but this one almost coincidence is not enough.

    Even though I'm commenting almost 5 years after the post's date, I would be interested in reading a more fleshed out theory.

    :)

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