This is a massive bit of news and, primarily, it means, that director/writer JJ Abrams is going to deliver an incredible film. Why should we all be excited about this? An "Inquisitor" is one who is likened to a thought police, they insure everyone thinks the same thing. One of the places we can look to in order to find Inquisitors is, my home, the Catholic Church, which have the most (in)famous Inquisitions (but have been largely mis-aligned by modern feminists and Wicca members). In some ways, an Inquisitor is good: with large numbers of converts from other religions, the Church wanted to insure they were genuinely converting and not just hiding behind some creeds and prayers, endangering the rest of the populace depending on the Church to teach them solid doctrine. In other ways, Inquisitors are bad, and it really depends on which side of the fence you are on. How we know which side to take is that Luke Skywalker, the great American hero, is the hostage of the Sith Inquisitor in Star Wars VII.
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|It appears that one of the places where Han searches for Luke is cold, like, really cold. Arguably, when they were all hiding out on Hoth (the cold planet in The Empire Strikes Back) it was cold then and Han wasn't much more than a criminal at that point, so what's the issue? The cold can symbolize the meditative state, or an advanced spiritual state (as in the 7th Sphere of Dante's Paradiso in The Divine Comedy where the Contemplatives are (because they have forsaken the physical pleasures in life to take up the pleasures/pursuits of the mind, it's cold to reveal that their bodies are cold [unresponsive] to desires). One of the most important lessons my spiritual director has taught me is that we often have to go down the same path more than once: each time we go down a path, we learn a deeper lesson, we strengthen our inner-eyesight, so we can overcome the lingering faults that we weren't strong enough to overcome earlier; every fault symbolizes a battle, but we have to build up our strength to win each battle. IF Han goes back to Hoth in search of Luke, that will remind us of the first time Han had to go in search of Luke on the frozen planet and Abrams will be intentionally reminding us of that for a specific purpose, so we will be the "implied reader" since we will have remembered it and be thinking of it, if it comes up.|