That was only a suggestion by one of the production designers, Iain McCaig in the very early designing process, when they were just exploring possibilities from a design point of view. McCaig did two design concepts in that direction. As far as we know this was never seriously considered for the script.
In art school? I don't kfucing know, wait for the next film to tell you.
Goddamn Lucas and his retarded ass prophecy bullshit. Fans have been scrutinizing and analyzing it a helluva lot longer than Lucas took to think of it. It was a shitty plot element that lead nowhere and meant nothing except in George's simplistic mind.
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Well, the Son's presence was balanced out by the Daughter. When she died the planet fell out of balance, and it was implied the entire galaxy would as well. Not that we can really tell considering the Force was already out of balance.
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My impression from TFA is not that the Force is unbalanced but that it is in dangere of becoming so. After all, at this point, the First Order is a menance but not actually in control; there's a whole Republic out there living a (relatively) safe existence (until the FO starts blowing up planets of course).
The point simply is that without the Jedi to defend the Balance, it WILL be lost again.
That's all it needs to be.
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