Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: RS - speculations
From: (Louise Marks)
Date: 1991-04-17, 11:57
Newsgroups: (Ann Hodgins) writes:

> >Remember the major's dream about a big, wonderful house with
> >many rooms (clearly a reference to heaven)?  Perhaps that is
> >also the white lodge.

> >It's counterpart, the black lodge, by the rule of symetry, should 
> >also be a large building with many rooms. The souls of "bad" or
> >tormented people would end up there. Perhaps since Josie is trapped
> >in a room in the Great Northern, that would make the GN the Black Lodge.

> >The Great Northern is an interesting vision of hell, with Ben and Jerry
> >as the devil and his chief demon.  The spectacle of the devil trying to
> >learn how to be good is very amusing.

> >It would also be interesting, but confusing, if the black and white
> >lodges occupied the same geographic space.
> >a.h.

I remember some character (Hawk, the Major?) saying that you must go
through the black lodge to get to the white lodge, so your idea about
their occupying the same space rings true.  There is only one entrance
(the waterfall?), or, conversely, the the entrance to the white lodge
is in the black lodge.


-- ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// / Louise Marks Internet: / / University of Southern California BITNET: marks@uscvm / /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////