Star Wars: The Case That Finn is Force Sensitive & Awakens Before Rey (video)

In taking a small break from all of the bad news of just how corrupt the Democratic Party has become, thank you WikiLeaks, I ran across this brilliantly stated and edited video making the case that Finn is indeed a Force sensitive. It seems to me that the author proves his case beyond reasonable doubt.

The fan created video also makes the case that the “awakening” that Snoke detects is Finn and not Rey as he claims that Rey awakens later. I disagree with this because Ray learns to fly and repair the Millenium Falcon like a pro almost instantly, even for an experienced mechanic, and likely used the Force to look into the future for the knowledge she needs.

Finn has tested to be a gifted combatant, resists storm-trooper conditioning, and is among the top 1% of all storm-troopers as far as scoring, showing that he has been using the Force to a degree for some time.

For those dedicated Star Wars fans, it also seems clear that Rey is a “Force Bonder.” This means that she easily creates bonds or links with people using the force and as such she can feel what they feel and know what they know. Rey is also more powerful in the Force herself when she is near other Force Sensitives. Force Bonders tend to be more powerful with The Force than typical Jedi or Dark Side users.

About Chuck Norton

I write about politics, education, economics, morality and philosophy.
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One Response to Star Wars: The Case That Finn is Force Sensitive & Awakens Before Rey (video)

  1. atthematinee says:

    Interesting point! Have you shared your thoughts about this on any film sites?

    [Editor Responds – HA! No. But since Google puts original content up high people will see this. I have a Star Wars post coming soon that will BLOW your socks off though. I just need time to finish penning it. Thanks for reading and God bless!!]

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