Friday, August 3, 2012

Why John Locke really died the way he did

John Locke died the way he did on Lost because they gave him the characteristics of Binro the Heretic.  Binro was well respected once on Ribos until he told everyone that their planet was just a world that revolved around their sun and the stars of the sky were just other suns which most likely had their own worlds.  He was exiled and called a heretic.  But he held onto the faith that he was right.  People thought Locke was crazy because of his beliefs about the island the same as people of Ribos thought Binro was crazy.

This is the reason why Locke was strangled. 

Binro's faith is strengthened after Unstoffe tells him he was right

Binro was to go back to get Garron (Unstoffe's friend) 

Unstoffe gives Binro his wrist communicator so that Garron will know it came from him

Binro gets captured by the Graf Vynda-K and sacrifices his life for his friend Unstoffe who told him he was right.

The reason why Locke believed as he does is because he was paralyzed when he got to the island.  After the crash he was able to walk again.  He believed that the island did this for him and was the reason that they were all here.

Screen Captures: Exodus Part 2

Screen Captures: This Place is Death

Locke sets out to bring his friends back to the island

Jin give's Locke his wedding ring so he won't bring Sun back to the island.  This is just the opposite of Unstoffe giving Binro his wrist communicator to bring Garron back.  But this is still why they did it.

Because Binro sacrificed himself for his friend Unstoffe they had Locke sacrifice his life for the island and his friends

Because the guard told Binro "that old neck would snap like a dry twig" this is the reason why Ben strangled Locke.

The definition of Heretic is a person who holds unorthodox opinions in any field.  John Locke like Binro was a heretic and the writers of Lost used every thing they could from Doctor Who: The Face of Evil and The Key to Time series.

Like I keep saying Lost is nothing more than a clever REMAKE!!!

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