anonymaus wrote:You will never convince anyone that Everything You've Ever Dreamed has nothing to do with Evangelion, for example. The musicians responsible for Everything You've Ever Dreamed were not Evangelion staff.
Can you read properly? When did I say EYED has nothing to do with Evangelion? I just said I think it was from Shinji's perspective.
Maybe the fact that you prefer to skim through others' comments rather than actually reading them leads you to making these silly mistakes.
"If you could hear the newborn's cry, sound and healthy / Ringing in the town you protected"
Please explain what this refers to if not Tokyo-3 and Shinji.
That, along with Everyone find love in the end means hope for the future. Does that imply that, as your fantasious imagination said, it's an older Asuka from another dimension talking to Shinji via SDAT?
If you disagree with the theory, please dispute the evidence I've offered on a point by point basis.
I think I gave you plenty of evidences, from official videos having nothing to do with this hyperdimension-romance, to quotes and other facts. But well, if you can't see them, it's not my problem.
And then, you dare accusing me of not debating, when you've been constantly replying to everyone in an arrogant tone:
To C.T. 1290: "There's many different fragments of evidence at this point, none of which can be restated quickly. It would also take up a lot of space. Check my previous posts and the OP". Or to Joseki: "Either way that's not too important to this theory, I was just using Thanatos as a potential example of Asuka talking through songs.", saying it as if you didn't want to admit your mistake of saying Thanatos is sung by Asuka.
It's you who have to prove others the feasability of this nonsensical fanwank with solid evidences, not just some similarities and vague connections here and there. But no, all you do is to make artistic panels or have epiphanies, and then show them as the absolute truth of the world.
You can say all day that you dislike the theory and it offends your sensibilities, which is not surprising for anyone familiar with your post history, but you're not winning hearts and minds with your outrage.
Says the narcissitic genius who comes up with "conclusive" theories, and have multidimensional "epiphanies" listening to songs. Yes, very funny.
@Felipe: Of course the songs resonate with Shinji, and I think I said it on my previous post. They can be generic songs too, without any specific relation with the cast. But all this "theory" about Asuka being on a different universe and sending cryptic messages simply sounds like a paranoia.