Episode 57 – “The Incident, Parts 1 & 2”

6 02 2012

Join Michelle & Kaysi along with Ms Wright (For half of the time) for LOST S5 Finale Eps “The Incident, Parts 1 & 2”. We had some technical difficulties with Talkshoe, but is was still a great podcast with some Awesome MiMos! There is no part 2 this week. Please follow us on Twitter @LOSTMM Thanks!


From Ms Wrights MiMos:

Biblical MiMo:
Jack nicked the Dural Sac in the base of the spinal cord of the 16 year old girl during surgery. Check out this MiMo to that in these Bible passages & see what other LOST Mimos you see in them.
Ecclesiastes 12:6
New International Version (NIV)
6 Remember him—before the silver cord is severed, 
   and the golden bowl is broken; 
before the pitcher is shattered at the spring, 
   and the wheel broken at the well,
(The spinal cord is the silver cord the spring it the heart & the golden bowl is the head.) – Life is fragile!
Ecclesiastes 12:6

6. A double image to represent death, as in Ec 12:1-5, old age: (1) A lamp of frail material, but gilded over, often in the East hung from roofs by a cord of silk and silver interwoven; as the lamp is dashed down and broken, when the cord breaks, so man at death; the golden bowl of the lamp answers to the skull, which, from the vital preciousness of its contents, may be called “golden”; “the silver cord” is the spinal marrow, which is white and precious as silver, and is attached to the brain. (2) A fountain, from which water is drawn by a pitcher let down by a rope wound round a wheel; as, when the pitcher and wheel are broken, water can no more be drawn, so life ceases when the vital energies are gone. The “fountain” may mean the right ventricle of the heart; the “cistern,” the left; the pitcher, the veins; the wheel, the aorta, or great artery [Smith]. The circulation of the blood, whether known or not to Solomon, seems to be implied in the language put by the Holy Ghost into his mouth. This gloomy picture of old age applies to those who have not “remembered their Creator in youth.” They have none of the consolations of God, which they might have obtained in youth; it is now too late to seek them. A good old age is a blessing to the godly (Ge 15:15; Job 5:26; Pr 16:31; 20:29).

this is from Jamieson, Faucett & Brown – three Biblical commentators
(pretty widely accepted that this is true)
Proverbs 4:23
New International Version 1984 (NIV1984)
23 Above all else, guard your heart,
for it is the wellspring of life.

Jacob asked Hurley: “What if you are not cursed, but blessed?” That is a MiMo to Saul/Paul in the Bible.
What lies in the shadow of the statue? “He who will save us all”
Isaiah 33:22
New International Version 1984 (NIV1984)

22 For the LORD is our judge,
the LORD is our lawgiver,
the LORD is our king;
it is he who will save us.

(He will save us; from all sin, and from all enemies, with an everlasting salvation.)


From Robs MiMos:

One for Michelle (@lostfangirl): A recent meeting of the community radio station Gravity FM, that I am a member of, was held at Faraday House. And the address number of Faraday House is a LOST lottery number, 4.
 Faraday House, near Grantham, UK:
4 Chambers Street, Grantham, NG31 8BL

Mark posted this in the chat after the recording & I wanted to post it now. We will try to remember to talk about it on the next podcast!It is pretty new, Posted Dec 2011-

How It Should Have Ended: How LOST Should Have Ended – Hurley:

Thanks & God Bless!




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