Disney+ Loki Series: Loki’s All Six Episodes Represents The Infinity Stones. Fan Theory Explained
A new Marvel Cinematic Universe fan theory has surfaced, claiming that all the six Loki series episodes are established on all the Infinity Stones. It may give some spoilers for the ending of season one. In Loki series 5th episode, lady Loki played by Sofia Di Martino, finds out that the God of Mischief is pruned by Ravonna Renslayer, played by Gugu Mbatha Raw, to a void at the end of the time.
Lady Loki believes that the one controlling the Time Variance Authority is lurking beyond the void and then prunes herself to join Loki at the void. Upon reaching there, both the Loki variants meet multiple versions of themselves, including classic Loki played by Richard E Grant, kid Loki played by Jack Veal, etc.
The Disney plus Loki series is an indicator of how powerful the Time Variance Authority is and why Sylvie, aka lady Loki, wants to bring it down. The Time Variance Authority make people stick to its sacred timeline and capture anyone who doesn’t go according to them. The powerful organization has destroyed peoples lives and will continue to do it if not taken down.
There’s no going back from the TVA’s sacred timeline as the individual will be writing their own death sentence because the agency prunes anyone who steps off their timeline and sends them to the void. The TVA is too powerful given that within their confines, even the Infinity stones are nothing. We saw how the TVA has junk drawers full of the Infinity stones.
How are the Infinity Stones and the episode of the Loki series connected?
However, a new fan theory may reveal that the Infinity stones are way more valuable than the TVA makes them appear. According to it, the theory came via TikTok, and each episode represents a different Infinity stone.
The first episode is the soul stone as it showed that Loki has a soul, and it had a lot of orange tones, making it relatable with the soul stone.
Loki episode 2 represents the reality stone as it questions everything Loki believed in, making him doubt what’s real and who to believe. Also, the episode features the colour red, just like the reality stone.
Loki episode 3 represents the power stone as it took place on the purple looking moon lamentis one, and we know purple colour is of the power stone. The episode also gives a glimpse of Loki’s and Sylvie’s powers.
Episode four of the Loki series showed many yellow tones, and the yellow colour stands for the mind stone. In the episode, Loki manages to change Mobius’ mind about the Time Variance Authority.
Loki series episode 5 supports the theory even more as it shows many green hues representing the Time Stone. The episode features all the Loki variants allowing the God of Mischief to see himself at different points in his life through the variants.
If the theory is even remotely close to being true, then the finale episode of the season will represent the space stone, and fans should expect many blue hues. The Space stone even has a more personal connection to Loki out of all the infinity stones. It is Loki’s Tesseract having the power to travel throughout the universe by creating portals.
If that’s the case, then the Loki series finale could officially set up Marvel’s multiverse by opening portals to different branches in the timeline. As you may remember, that Tesseract was why the Loki series occurred in the first place. The TVA arrested Loki because he escaped with the Tesseract, and it would make sense if the same Tesseract would finish the first season of Disney+’s Loki.
Even though there is a lot of evidence to support this fan theory, it still needs to be studied. Even if the theory is true, we didn’t know how it will impact the Loki series as the Infinity stones don’t seem to play a major part in the overall plot of the series. But the theory can prove that the Infinity stones are not entirely useless after all.