Didn’t want to be a Jacob theorist, but it happened anyway. Hope I’m not repeating anyone else’s thoughts. There is all this talk about how Locke has been resurrected and Christian was resurrected back in season 1, but it just occurred to me that we (or at least I) might be missing the point entirely. The anagram for Canton-Rainier is Reincarnation, not resurrection. Maybe we are interpreting the event of Locke being “alive again” incorrectly. Could it simply be that Jacob is constantly being reincarnated through dead bodies that are brought to the island? I think this still works with Christian saying that he isn’t Jacob, but can speak for him. I don’t know the details of how reincarnation is supposed to work, and I haven’t thought this through more than a few minutes, so any and all critique is welcomed.