Lost Stories: Hurley
I’m All Alone and No One Understands Me, I Must be Crazy
Ah Hurley! Hurley has one of the best 3D curses of all time! He won the lottery! Mega-millions style! You’re looking at a man worth 156 million dollars!
And yet, it’s bought Hurley nothing but grief. The lottery curse.
The 3D baggage that Hurley is carrying, is one of just not being able to fit into any of the 3D programs or paradigms; not even after he hits the lottery! In fact, as is typical for 3D plane, the money only isolates Hurley further.
Hurley doesn’t fit into 3D, because Hurley is carrying too much light. Hurley is someone who understands the purpose of love, joy, laughter; and by and large none of the 3D programs or paradigms value anything as light or bright as that.
And so the Hurleys among us, are marginalized by our 3D systems; and are often told they are crazy. Especially, since they can see the truths that far to few people, deeply programmed by 3D can see.
And when Hurley tries to share with others what he can see, they all think he’s crazy. Hurley knows he’s not crazy! He knows! But he absolutely can’t get anyone to see what he sees, and it’s the kind of thing that would drive anyone crazy.
Hurley believes with all his heart, that the numbers he used to win the lotto are cursed. He believes that, because ever since he hit the lottery it’s been nothing but one freak accident after another.
People do die around Hurley, in strange and bizarre ways. Far too many people, to be statistically insignificant, Hurley is on to something with the numbers, and the money and the curse. But…no one believes him. Absolutely no one believes him!
And Hurley desperately wants someone to believe him! Because if no one believes him, then well…he must be crazy!
Hurley’s problem is a common 3D problem for light workers. What seems absolutely obvious to us, seems absolutely insane to deeply programmed 3D sheeple. Most 3D sheeple think money is the answer to everything, not realizing that money (depending on the vibrations attached to it) can cause far more problems than it solves.
Hurley’s lottery money keeps growing and growing and growing, but that growth is directly connected to how many people it kills. Hurley’s lotto money is literally blood 🩸 money. Hurley can see it, but no one else can.
And…ain’t that So 3D! Almost all of our 3D money paradigms are deeply connected to death and destruction; but for whatever reason it’s always been the light workers who can clearly see it. 3D isolates these people, labels them crazy, or losers, or slackers or addicts. For most of human history, 3D has persecuted and tormented the light workers in all sorts of ways.
Because light workers hold and spread the light! Most 3D programming can only be run in darkness.
And so back to our light worker Hurley…what baggage does he have to clear while lost on the island? He has to clear the baggage of isolation. Hurley has to prove, at least to himself, that he is not crazy!
And so…Hurley goes halfway across the world, into the middle of a deserted town in Australia to prove that he is not crazy! Only problem, when he relays his theory (about his lotto numbers bring cursed) to the one person who should believe him (the wife of a deceased individual who also hit the lotto with the numbers, and also believed the numbers were cursed) he is dismissed once again.
And then he gets on that fateful flight…the Oceania…and then he crashes on the island with the rest of the gang; and is officially lost.
Hurley has to clear the stigma of crazy; and it’s a doozy. At first, on the island, he doesn’t even talk about his lotto win, and the fact that he thinks the numbers are cursed. But all of that changes, when he comes across the exact same numbers on a vault that Jack and Locke are trying to open on the island!
I mean! What are the odds! That Hurley comes across the exact same numbers that he won the lotto with, on this deserted island!
It’s a weird island!
Hurley starts telling Kate, Jack and Locke about his theories of his cursed lotto numbers; and just like everyone off the island, they don’t believe him.
This sends Hurley on a wild goose chase to find Rousseau, a crazy French woman who has been stranded on the island for 16 years!
Apparently, Rousseau knows something about the numbers. ( I don’t remember what…there’s so much craziness on this show.) But when a pretty crazy-acting Hurley reaches an even crazier acting Rousseau and it’s all Namaste.
The light in him recognizes the light in her; and Rousseau tells Hurley, what he traveled halfway around the world to hear.
“No Hurley, you are not crazy…the numbers ARE cursed.”
And we’re all so happy for Hurley! Cause you know we’re all routing for him! We like Hurley! He’s a light worker! We don’t want him to be crazy!
But…it doesn’t help it when we learn, a few episodes later that Hurley was in a mental hospital (we knew that), where he had an imaginary friend (we didn’t know that); who comes to the island and convinces Hurley that everything happening on the island, is a delusion he is having, inside of a coma…that he is stuck in because he never left the mental hospital in the first place!
And he never won the lotto! (The numbers for which he took from a fellow patient in the mental hospital.)
He never went to Australia.
He never got on a plane that crashed.
And he is not even on a deserted island.
It’s all in his head! A very complicated delusion, and Hurley’s imaginary friend explains how improbable the entire delusion is.
He proves to Hurley that he is crazy…and then he kills himself and he entices Hurley to do the same.
Oh boy. This island…what a mind fuck. Want to know about the rest of Hurley’s journey?
Well, you’re just gonna have to watch the show. But this is basically the beginning of Hurley’s journey, crawling up out of the 3D trap called crazy. Unlike, Locke, Hurley actually clears his 3D baggage and gets off the island.
It’s a win for the light workers! Yay!