Church bells.. can it be related to Peter's destiny? "..never send to know for whom the bell tolls"
"This whole enterprise of capturing the Universe in a mesh of mathematical equations is an 'Alice In Wonderland' project. The mathematical physicists are on the other side of the mirror. They dream of the perfect consistency of the entire world. We human beings are on this side of the mirror." - Henryk Skolimowski
Reference to "Caprica" (and the also Battlestar Galactica) --Apotheosis----------->resurrection technology--->history repeating itself over and over-->messengers of 'God'--->Law of Averages-cycles break into new cycles eventually).
Paula Malcomson = Amanda Graystone--> failed suicide attempt off building/bombing on a train.
May prove to be a nod that first people and/or an already existing 'future universe' = too much technology/non acceptance of death = fall of humanity....
And possibly "Servant of the Bones" by Anne Rice -a different take on Azrael/Azriel.
Azriel is telling the story of his transformation into and subsequent existence as an immortal genii who is forced to obey the Master who calls him. Over centuries, Azriel becomes less obedient to the Masters and a warning is placed on the casket of his bones that he is not to be summoned lest his evil be loosed upon the undeserving world.
After many centuries of rest, Azriel finds himself awake and in New York City, a dazed witness to the murder of a young woman, Esther Belkin. He becomes inexplicably obsessed with the desire to avenge her death and to find out who called him into the physical world in time to see Esther die but not in time to save her. This quest leads him to the girl's stepfather, Gregory Belkin, who would pay any price to fulfill his messianic dream via his immense worldwide religious organization, the Temple of the Mind of God.
As his quest approaches its climax, he risks his supernatural powers to forestall an attempt to destroy the world thus redeeming what was denied him for so long: his own eternal human
(Really now thinking about it, it has a similar plot to The Winer's Tale)
If Malcomson appears in some form, at some time again, I will think her alias Joan is a reference to Joan of Arc (messenger)
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Can anyone find meaning in the fact that there were loads of oranges (the fruit) in this episode and last, if I'm not mistaken. They seems so obvious because the show itself it largely devoid of color. Weird, but it stuck out to me.
Also, Bellivia was serving tea from a Brown Betty tea pot. It's a particular style. All I know is I was thinking, "Peter, don't drink the tea!!"
"Into each generation a slayer is born.
One girl in all the world..a Chosen One."
Giant calculator on the wall at the crisis center.
Green frog, red fan.
I'm not sure if they mean anything, but I like them anyway.