This is what I found after a looong search: Pierre is Chinese and high to Dharmas hierarchy so i searched Chinese symbolism and here it comes:There is a symbolism called trigrams and hexagrams which in few words is: Trigrams: The Baqua is a circular arrangement of the trigrams, traditionally printed on a mirror, or disk. According to legend, Fu Hsi found the bā gùa on the scales of a tortoise’s back. They function rather like a magic square, with the four axes summing to the same value (e.g., using 0 and 1 to represent yin and yang, 000 + 111 = 111, 101 + 010 = 111, etc.).The solid line represents yang, the creative principle. The open line represents yin, the receptive principle. These principles are also represented in a common circular symbol known as taijitu but more commonly known in the west as the yin-yang diagram, expressing the idea of complementarity of changes: when Yang is at top, Yin is increasing, and the reverse.

We all know that there is a good-bad, god-evil, yin-yang thing going on in the series. Let’s check out the 8 trigrams

And lets see the Dharma’s symbol

I KNOW…from top and to the right fire,earth,wind,heaven,water,thunder,mountain,lake.Ah the guards on the sub wore uniforms with the symbol water (that makes sense).
and now lets look the hexagrams:
The text of the I Ching is a set of oracular statements represented by a set of 64 abstract line arrangements called hexagrams. Each hexagram is a figure composed of six stacked horizontal lines, where each line is either Yang (an unbroken, or solid line), or Yin (broken, an open line with a gap in the center). With six such lines stacked from bottom to top there are 26 or 64 possible combinations, and thus 64 hexagrams represented.
The first three lines of the hexagram, called the lower trigram, are seen as the inner aspect of the change that is occurring. The upper trigram (the last three lines of the hexagram), is the outer aspect. The change described is thus the dynamic of the inner (personal) aspect relating to the outer (external) situation. Thus, hexagram 04

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</ Maybe the symbol of Dharma was always showing some kind of a pyramid. My quess these are the rocks from a pyramid.

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Have you noticed that the two men who took Widmore to the sub had uniforms with pyramids in the back?

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well pjdkrunkt (difficult nickname by the way) you made a comment in kimberly’s theory that I thought about too.Lot’s of people who died like Cristian, Yemi, etc appeared “alive” at some point and i believe that smokey was every single one of them. I know most of you agree with me in that. Locke was dead too, so what if smokey uses his body to lead things where it wants? Ben was really sorry about killing his daughter and wanted to be judged. He confessed that to Locke and he really seemed sorry to me. Maybe this was the reason he never had to confess to the smoke;he already did by talking to it through Locke.Locke is different isn’t he? He never asked why he was killed just asked an apology.why? (He was dead of course, he deserves to behave different than usuall!!) but he seems to know exactly what to do now, and he disappeared exactly the time that smoke was doing its stuff!

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If Eloise is Ellie then we have another problem…
She is some kind of a leader in 1977 with Widmore, then in 2007 she helps BEN to return to the island. And if she had a fight or something with Widmore and now she is in Ben’s side then why she lets her son Daniel to work for Widmore? (and we know thatshe doesn’t hate her son!)

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I think that the woman who found Aaron in the super market was Claire’s clone!!! Was it a “sign” from god or the island that Kate has got to go back and find her?

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Forgive my English I come from Greece!!!

It may sound crazy but…we all know that “hostiles” took Paul’s dead body. What did they do with it? What if they somehow can resurrect dead people? Maybe Richard is some kind of god or allien or even a scientist

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