Star Wars 9 theory: Rey has no parents because she’s a CLONE made from Luke’s missing hand

Just who are Rey’s parents? The Force Awakens left fans wondering if Luke, Leia or Han were involved or maybe even Emperor Palpatine. But come The Last Jedi and Kylo Ren told Rey her parents were nobodies. And yet we still find it hard to believe that he’s telling her the truth. Perhaps the big reveal is coming in Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker this Christmas?

Well, now a popular new fan theory claims that Rey doesn’t have any parents at all because she’s a female clone of Luke.

Reddit user Jobenblue argues that Rey was created from Luke’s missing hand, which was loped off by Darth Vader in the “I am your father” scene of Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

After all, his hand was lost with his blue lightsaber – the one that was constructed by Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars and passed on to Luke by Obi-Wan Kenobi.

But come Episode VII: The Force Awakens and Maz Kanata was in possession of the blue lightsaber, which awoke and called out to Rey.

The theorist argues that the lightsaber flew to her in The Force Awakens, just as it does in today’s The Rise of Skywalker footage because it knew her DNA.

They also argued it’s why Rey naturally has abilities without training and why she just sees a long line of clones when her two parents become one in The Last Jedi scene.

Now considering that Emperor Palpatine created Anakin Skywalker, so is technically his father, perhaps he was the one to clone Rey?

After all, Darth Vader was redeemed and Luke didn’t join the Dark Side.

With the return of Darth Sidious in The Rise of Skywalker, perhaps he’s hoping Rey will be his true protege.

Certainly, she appears to be going that way in the latest footage of her in a Sith robe with a double-sided red lightsaber.

Of course, this could be another vision, or what if it’s another clone of Rey?

Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker is released in UK cinemas on April 3, 2020.

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