A Couple of Interesting Reads

First this look at Anakin and Padmé’s relationship that asserts in many ways she serves as a substitute for Shmi.  I think this is true although I don’t concur with everything in this piece.  See what you think!

And while I was busy with SDCC and being out of town, Matril posted her piece on a rather famous line from TPM.

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2 Responses to “A Couple of Interesting Reads”

  1. ladylavinia1932 Says:

    That sounds like a great theory, except . . . Anakin had fallen for Padme even before he had first left Tattooine.

  2. Hoggle Says:

    Not really to me ‘No’

    In the situation that befell RotS, although i think that the elements to the narrative of Anakin & Padme’s tragedy got more distant, what ended up being was slightly more developed or less lost as may be, in the overall fabric was a hinting of a notion that Anakin & Padme were ‘twin souls’,

    This is a good notion to have in mythological cycle drama, which is what i see the first six GL films as being one revolution of.

    Anakin and Padme were descendants then of Demi-gods, the Demi-gods who were there when the galaxy was first created. But unlike other Demi-gods, who Leia & Luke are both versions of, Anakin & Padme were unique among the demi-gods in that they were a one demi-god who had split in two, female & male, as they became the embodiment of romantic love in the demi-gods.

    In my fan fic sequel trilogy, ep 8 (tentatively called ‘armies of the sith), this will start to be explained by Padme as she gives the female action heroine called Enceptia (my only settled new character name thus far) a flashback to the demi-gods when she is introducing Enceptia to the Midi, the beings that are the 24 astrological systems in the galaxy. Then that would show just how unique Anakin & Padme were, to the rest of the demi-god guardians of the galaxy. Enceptia is to be the culmination of the demi-gods in the galaxy, but she is not of the demi-gods, she is more like the first new being of the galaxy & first of their echo progeny to the next galactic cycle.

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