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In the beggining of LOST, I thought that the show was a religious television show, because it sort of related to some of the events in the bible. But as the show went on, the episodes got farther and farther from what I thought it was going to be like. This doesn't mean that it can still not be a religious- oriented show, but with LOST, you really never expect what's around the corner. Could be true, because in the beggining this show was really based on some of the events that happened in the bible. Since the 1st season ended, the show has turned away from that, to more supernatural things.

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Rotata Egyptian Gods 1 Apr 24 2011, 2:36 AM EDT by GrantArmitage
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Lost is a dramatization of battle between the Egyptian god (Ra/Sobek) and his fight with the netherworld god ( Apep/Annubis) in todays world with many players from the Egyptian legends being part of the charachters of the show. Ra/Sobek is Jacob (both having healing qulities and more indirect roles to play...) and Apep/Anubis is the smoke moster and the roles of them can be campared that of the Egyptian gods where Apep is described as a monster that is continually figting Ra/Sobek in the Egyption Duat "netherworld". THe charecterstics of the Apep/Anubis is to judge the dead based on theie actions in life which can be seen in some of the episodes of the smoke monster showcasing peoples life before killing them. Other characters in the show like Robert could be Osiris who the Egyptions endown as a permanently youthful God. The island itself can be considered the meeting place of the known world and the netherworld of the Egyptian description thus allowing for bending of most of the normal rules that apply. The Dharma initiative is a symbolism of the Dharmic practices (correct practices) the allow for judgments between right and wrong.
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melissa7b Science and Religion 1 Dec 13 2008, 7:49 PM EST by crystal7177
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After doing some reading and research, I have found one book that seems to be highly connected to the theory of Science and Religion based on the show, <a href="">Healing The Rift </a> by Leo Kim.
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