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> > Is Masterchief, the Librarian, and the Didact in some way related? I’m curious about your answer because I’ve done my research and have my own conclusion but just want to know what you think.
> Much speculation has been done over this, and the evidence has been hard to refute. As it stand, many believe that the Master Chief may contain the core memories of the Ur-Diadact, the one responsible for originally firing the Halo rings. A lot information supports this theory and If your reading this want to know more, simply look it up on youtube, Halo follower I think covered it once.
> With the information provided, it’s to be assumed that yes, Master Chief may be in some way connected to these beings, however these connections may be superficial as they are at the moment. Unless something calls on these memories his DNA may contain, these connections may be nothing more than that, a connection. It’s more likely his bloodline was simply meant to carry information of Ur-Diadact until Humanity reached the Stars and the Forerunners again. These memories may contain some final wishes for their created, perhaps something entailed to Humanity. It is unknown if this will ever reveal anything. But unless there is other family in John’s bloodline, it is quite possible that these memories and/or messages, will be lost with him, as he will never have offspring. The only chance left is if these messages are unlocked at some point soon, while he’s still around. Otherwise they will be lost, and nothing will come of it.
I understand where you come from. This is what I have come up with.
The Halo franchise follows very closely to the Greek, Norse, and most of all Christianity. What I am implying is that the answer may be in the Bible (ik give me a second to explain).If you dont already know John 117 is actually a Bible quote: John 1:17- “For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.” Jesus Christ=Master Chief? I dont want to jump to conclusions yet but this seems close.
There are many Biblical references in the franchise, such as the Flood and Covenant, but I’m going to stick to the ones that may be relevant.If you read the book of Daniel, or just research the references, it is the story of Halo 2 and most of Halo 3.
There are also many many references to the Book of Revelations (mainly Reach and the Covenant civil war) and Isaiah (mainly Halo 3).I have only really researched this topic according to the original trilogy and reach and lore of that era, but I have started to with the Forerunner trilogy and the new era and am thinking that the Librarian may be the Holy Spirit or Mary as she came to John. If I am correct, and if John is Jesus, could that make the Didact, God? The Trinity states that Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and God are one, so John and Didact could be related in some way. If the librarian is Mary than she is the spouse of the Didact as Mary is God’s “wife” and they all would still be related.
As for the actually quotes I mentioned Bungie confirmed this as they use direct quotes from the bible and said its the point of it. If you look a lot deeper into the stuff I mentioned (and didn’t mention) you will see that each game follows the Bible, same for the lore. What is speculation and not confirmed is what i mentioned at the end. That is my analysis and has not been confirmed. Here is a link to one of my many sources
http://halo.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_references_to_religion_in_HaloNo religious offense meant if youre not Catholic or Christian.