The first 10 episodes offered one game-changing discovery after another, including the world’s impending end.

and the first 10 episodes offered one game-changing discovery after another, including the world’s impending end. 

The Death Date affects everyone, not passengers, as we discovered throughout the season. 

Additionally, we got in touch with Divine Consciousness, realized that the Callings are memories, learned about the abilities of the Omega Sapphire, and reconnected with a considerable number of 828ers.  

It’s a good thing there are still 10 episodes left because the Part 1 conclusion presents a bleak picture of the situation. 

We find that Angelina stole the Omega Sapphire from Eagan at the beginning of the episode, and she is already spreading havoc by splitting the ground beneath her as she summons its power. 

Ashes are raining from the sky in Michaela’s visions, but even scarier is the fact that Cal is actually on his deathbed, his condition fast deteriorating after his cancer resurfaced earlier in the season.  

He commands his family to look for the Omega Sapphire so they to avoid the death date and possibly save him using the gem’s abilities. 

Ben receives a Calling and communicates with his beloved late wife Grace.  

The decision to detain every 828er in the nation is made by the episode’s conclusion.