You know there's just so much information that the best way to convey all of it is by analogy- which is why I've done this. Remember this is one big
interlocking prophetic vision; everything (no matter how seemingly mundane) actually does have a purpose for being presented in this form. Note that
the final video will cause a revelation of information to those who understand the vision (hint: the episode numbers are more than just episode
Okay but what I will do here is spoil the mundane level of the series, so SPOILER ALERT! (as if anyone cared, right?)
My goal here is to rescue Elizabeth from Limbo (the really old-looking Elizabeth: like in the movie Inception where Cobb goes down to rescue "really
old" Saito who- because he was killed in the upper level and can't wake up, drops into Limbo and gets trapped in a false reality). So if you watch my
series, it is the "final revelation" as it were, of the SG:A story began to be dreamed by, the writers whoever , I can't remember their names
off-hand; so I'm finishing what they started, and I am completing it from within their own "dream world"
So here is the mundane level spoiler (I'm presuming here that you've seen the required material; the less of the required material you have seen, the
less you will understand the vision- for instance in some of the epilogues/prologues there are images presented in an order, but if you've never seen
SG:A I don't think you'll realize that the imagery is going in reverse episode order, then stopping at the beginning and going forward again- so the
"ending/reverse/flip/forward/middle" sequence won't be discerned; but I am disgressing...):
The entire dream (including the t.v. series) is all occuring in the mind of the FIRST Weir. None of it is really occurring except the "golden hour"
images (the images that have a kind of "gold light" to them; which are basically the images of old Weir right before and right after she is brought
out of the "dreamless state" she's been in for thousands of years. The only events that have truly occurred are the flashback events from episode
01-15 "before I sleep"; first Weir came through the Stargate, the city didn't rise, she went back in time and everyone else died; she did her thing
and went into the stasis pod for 10,000 years.
The SECOND Weir arrives (but we never see this- the second Weir we are watching is really just the dream of the first Weir; her hope) and FIRST Weir
is being brought out of stasis. "Look at her she's so fragile; I'm afraid the shock of being revived might kill her" and this is what is going on. In
the moments between exiting the "dreamless state" she's been in for so long, and opening her eyes; she is fighting for her life, she will either open
her eyes and wake up, see second Weir, look out the window, see Atlantis has risen and realize her sacrifice has worked "No regrets"; otherwise, she
will die. In these moments her subconscious is creating this dream-life in an attempt to survive; the red death ray is her mind's way of telling her-
this will happen if you don't wake up; you will die; and every person in the series is one of her projections- so all of SG:A is really takes place in
a few seconds in the mind of FIRST Weir on the lab table- it is all the story of her "journey" out of dream-less stasis and back to Atlantis (i.e.
opening her eyes); everyone else in the series is a projection of some aspect of her mind which is dealing with this crisis of waking up. Except for
Sheppard and McKay; who are also real and represent the viewer and myself, the extractor and the architect. I presume it's clear that you're entering
the dream via the Control Chair, right? That is, if you take the job I offer- otherwise, Sheppard and McKay are both me.
So, basically first Weir goes to Atlantis, city doesn't rise, every dies; goes back in time, gets in the pod, sleeps for 10,000 years; second team
arrives (we never see this in actuality- in fact the only time we ever really see second Weir is in the "golden hour" shots), revives her- and in the
moments between sleep and wake she is teetering on the line of life and death; waking up or the red death ray; in the end she escapes the red death
ray and indeed wakes up to see the city has risen and second Weir is safe.
So we never really met second Weir at all. SG:A was actually all about first Weir. Pretty cool, huh? So, first Weir dies with "no regrets" thereby
causing second Weir to be saved from the "killer dream" dreamed up for her by, whoever it was that wrote the t.v. series; she's out there somewhere in
dreamland having new adventures that no one will ever know about; eternally safe from the tyranny of wreckless dreamers and their death rays. She
actually has a kind of "quasi-free-will" now; no one can pull her strings anymore.
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