You are the heir to a multi-billion dollar biotech company known as GENECO. You have two other siblings who you hate named PAVI and AMBER, both of which you think are fucking wastes of space. You particularly enjoy DRINKING COFFEE…
I keep hearing about the 48-player squiddle session, and how it was the progenitor to the troll session. I haven’t actually seen anything in Homestuck to confirm this, apart from oblique references to 48 signs in the Alternian stars.
I also read pretty often where people have theorized that the squiddles, in all their various forms, are the emissaries of the Gods of the Furthest Ring.
However, perhaps the squiddles are, in fact, themselves the Gods of the Furthest Ring, having beaten their version of Sburb, created the troll universe, and partaken of their reward. Godhood. Those who reached the god tier became the innermost circle, and those who fell short of that goal became progressively less powerful gods.
Why, then, would this cause the Gods to be the same for the Earth session? Because the trolls didn’t receive their final reward, despite finishing the game. This caused the anomaly of the Earth session to have the same gods as their progenitor session. And, as the sessions get scratched and incorrectly completed, they are placed in more and deeper danger, whether from Lord English or some other trouble.
I haven’t seen very many theories regarding Grampa Harley’s trip into the Medium or Jade’s correspondences with her “grandson.” In response to this lack, here is my theory regarding both phenomena.
The human session has, like the troll session, been scratched before and Grampa Harley, like the Sufferer, remembers bits and pieces. For this reason, he sees Jade as his grandmother, and when he went off on his adventures it was to learn more about his “past life” pre-scratch. Having found his way into the Medium, he traversed the Lands, Derse, Prospit, and the Battlefield, likely seeing much of his future and the goings on of Earth through the clouds. Not only this, but he kept up a correspondence with his “grandmother,” Jade, sending her the Legendary Piece of Shit that he found in a pile of junk on Lofaf, as well as the other weapons he sends to her. In this way, she truly is raised by her grandfather, despite him being apparently dead most of her life. This also explains the tradition of taxidermy for deceased family members, and doesn’t require communication cross-scratch.