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The Island where Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 crashed might be, or have been part of a lost mythical continent.

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  • Henry Gale says that no one will find the island
  • Desmond Cannot Leave the Island
  • In the season 2 finale, we see a foot of a giant statue (with four toes), pointing to a remenant of a lost civilisation.
  • Walt might have powers (telepathy, astral travel) often associated with members of legendary races:
    • When Ms. Klugh is questioning Michael, she asks him, "You say he was half-way around the world, but... did you see him?" She could be hinting that Walt can project his image across great distances (something akin to astral projection). This could mean that the Others know that Walt appeared to Shannon and Sayid.
    • Walt has been forced to take some sort of tests for the Others.
    • Walts thought to be telepathic powers could in fact be premature to their full power, so with the aid of Dharmas telepathic mind Control capabillities, they are seeking Walt out to be the heir of their Machines used to manipulate peoples thoughts (Like Jack seeing his father, Kate seeing the black horse, etc...)

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Atlantis

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Lemuria

Many Fans see Lemuria as a natural candidate for the island.

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  • Lemuria is a 19th century supposition to account for discontinuities in biogeography that were emerging in the fossil record. Lemurs are only observed in Madagascar, but their fossils were turning up as far flung as Pakistan and China. To account for this distribution Philip Sclater, an eminent zoologist, proposed that a continent that had previously connected the land masses had sunk into the sea.
  • Many writers, pseudo-archeologists, psychics and the Tamil people believe Lemuria is an ancient land with a complex and rich social history, which is now lost (much like Atlantis).
  • Lemuria is known as the Atlantis of the Pacific, and it is perumed that the Island is Located in the Pacific.
  • Stone monuments of mysterious origin dot the entire Pacific, from Japan's underwater site at Yonaguni, to cryptic Petroglyphs on Hawaii's Big Island, to Easter Island's Moai
  • Edgar Cayce (March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) was an author who claimed his psychic readings affirmed the existence of Atlantis and Lemuria. He wrote that survivors of Atlantis and Lemuria had concealed beneath it a "Hall of Records" containing all the wisdom of their lost civilization and the true history of the human race. Cayce claimed to have prophesied this Hall of Records would be rediscovered and re-opened.
    • Cayce called Lemuria, Zu or Oz
      • The Wizard of Oz references may point to Lemuria.
    • Cayce maintained that the Lemurians were a psychically advanced Race.
    • The five main theme's of Cayce's work are closely related to the events on island, and those of the Hanso Foundation and the Dharma Initiative: (1) Health-Related Information; (2) Philosophy and Reincarnation; (3) Dreams and Dream Interpretation; (4) ESP and Psychic Phenomena; and (5) Spiritual Growth, Meditation, and Prayer.
    • In addition one of his main themes was his belief in The Duality of Man - According to Cayce, Atlantean and Lemurian society was divided into two long-lived political factions - a "good" faction called the "Sons of the Law of One," and an "evil" faction called the "Sons of Belial."
      • Henry Gale claims John Locke is "one of the good ones." This might imply there is a "good" and a "bad" faction on the island.
    • The Island may speak through dreams. There is a relation with Eko's dream, Locke's Dream, Claire's dream and Charlie's dream.
      • Edgar Cayce stated: "God may speak to us through dreams. Dreams may be taken as warnings, as advice, as conditions to be met, conditions to be viewed in a way and manner as lessons, as truths, as they are presented."

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