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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Lost ended where Doctor Who began - And the explanation as to how they came up with the idea of Purgatory


Everyone has been telling me that Doctor Who has nothing to do with purgatory.  Well I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t but I know exactly where they got the idea and they just expanded upon it.  If you listen to the director’s commentary at the beginning of Doctor Who: The Key to Time: The Ribos Operation you will hear the following comments made by Tom Baker and Mary Tamm.  They played the Doctor and Romana in the series.

Tom Baker: I think I suggested that he should appear behind a burning bush

Mary Tamm: Oh that’s right

Tom Baker: But they thought it would be blasphemous.

Mary Tamm: Oh

Tom Baker: Cause God used to do that

Mary Tamm: Yea, but the music’s very (ahh) religious the old, old organ going away there.

The “he” that the Doctor is referring to is the White Guardian (i.e. God).  The bright light streaming into the TARDIS is the bright light in Christianity that believers equate to being in the presence of God.  Mary Tamm referring to the organ music playing and being religious makes you think of being in a church.  The White Guardian warns the Doctor to be aware of the Black Guardian (i.e. the Devil).  From this you don’t have to be a genius to know how they came up with the idea of purgatory.














































After the Doctor speaks to the White Guardian and volunteers to retrieve the segments to the Key to Time he then goes on one of the greatest adventures of the Doctor Who franchise in my opinion.


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Christian Shepard never really tells Jack where they are going but responds with “Let’s go find out.”  Some people see death as not the end but the beginning to what can be described as wondrous.  I like to think that they all went on the experience the next great adventure.  There is no question in my mind that the ending of Lost is simply the writers interpretation of the beginning of Doctor Who.

When Christian opens the doors to the church the same light floods through the church the same as it did in the Doctor’s TARDIS.  Lost is nothing more than a clever REMAKE, plain and simple!!!

After reading this do you believe that Lost was a remake?  Please leave me your feedback.

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12 comments:

  1. Christians don't beleive in purgatory. This renders all your points irrelevant.

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    2. Are you serious? First of all check out a link about purgatory:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purgatory

      Excerpt:
      Purgatory is the condition of purification or temporary punishment[1] by which those who die in a state of grace are believed to be made ready for Heaven. This theological notion has ancient roots and is well-attested in early Christian literature, but the poetic conception of purgatory as a geographically situated place is largely the creation of medieval Christian piety and imagination.[1]

      If you noticed in Lost they represented all forms of faith including Christianity at the end. Notice the stained windows I included in my blog just in case you forgot. If your point were truly valid then the whole last scene in Lost would be irrelevant because of that belief. I said in my blog "I know exactly where they got the idea and they just expanded upon it."

      Second, all of my claims are that Lost is based upon concepts from Doctor Who. Just in case you aren't familiar with the definition.

      Concept - A general idea derived or inferred from specific instances or occurrences.

      I have always said that Lost is just that a concept based upon Doctor Who. They took things from Doctor Who: The Face of Evil and The Key to Time and made them fit into their version of it re-written to fit Lost.

      Anything else. I don't mean to come off smug but I can argue my point all day long.

      (I deleted this post because of a spelling mistake and then I reposted it)

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  2. You don't know what you are talking about!

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    1. Matt sign up and use your real name - hilarious.

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  3. I think you're missing the point. You have no way of proving the "he" the doctor is referring to is god. It's an assumption..and not a good one.

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    1. Rookie, I told you I have covered all my bases. Did you just comment and not even read what was written. The words that I wrote come directly from the director’s comments off the DVD:

      Tom Baker: I think I suggested that he should appear behind a burning bush

      Mary Tamm: Oh that’s right

      Tom Baker: But they thought it would be blasphemous.

      Mary Tamm: Oh

      Tom Baker: Cause God used to do that

      So it was you and not me who missed the point. The “he” that Tom Baker who played the Doctor was indeed God. And when he was referring to the story the “he” translated to the White Guardian. Next question I can do this all day. I know both stories like the back of my hand.

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    2. The “he” that Tom Baker, who played the Doctor, referred to was indeed God

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  4. This is the stupidest thing I've ever read.

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  5. I hate your face so much!!!!!!!

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  6. You are black Sheldon!!

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  7. Lost is about purgatory?

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