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Rose and the Island's healing properties

  • The Island is most likely the place Isaac of Uluru was referring to when he told Rose that she needed "a different type of place" to heal her.
  • Jacob healed her cancer, not the island.
  • Rose will become a person of interest to the Others as the island cured her of cancer while Ben required surgery to remove his tumor.
    • While this is possible, the fragmented Others will now have more urgent things to contend with. Also, Rose has shown her contempt for Locke's killing of Naomi, something both he and Ben saw as for the greater good. Rose's morals and reluctance to side with this way of thinking, will deem her "unworthy" in Ben's eyes.

Along with Bernard are Adam and Eve

Main article: Adam and Eve/Theories

Rose as a Time Traveler

  • Rose was exposed to radiation while getting treatment for cancer. When Oceanic 815 entered the space of the island, she began to consciously flash into the future, similar to Desmond. This is how she knew that Bernard was alive and coming soon (when she takes the candy bar). She was not effected by the side-effects because she had a constant: Bernard. That is why she is looking out into the ocean, and looking at her ring.

Other Theories

  • Rose really does have a dead daughter - Susan. Both are from New York and it's mentioned in a deleted scene from S2. While Walt and Michael showed no signs of recognizing Rose, Rose and Susan had been estranged for some reason and they didn't know each other.

Will not be in Season Six

  • The scene in the Season 5 finale will be the last we see of Rose and Bernard. They remain in 1977, possibly becoming Adam and Eve.

Rose Will Die In Season Six

  • Those following the ARG at will notice that when Paul Scheer goes dumpster diving in the "Lost Dumpster", before he finds the shredded cover of the episode 601 script, he finds a rose, which the camera man then breaks.

"Aw, you broke the rose!" Paul says.

It's not a hard leap to see where a rose could stand for Rose. --Tman930 22:55, 10 August 2009 (UTC)


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