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hmm, well, in my opinion unbirth can be taken two ways.
1. unbirth, meaning never created, so in order for that to make any sense, I guess unbirths would have to been existing since the beggining of time then, or even before that right, something that was never born, but obviously still exists.
2. It could also mean something that WAS created but was reverted back into something that was before it was even born, but still has life, just as a spirit takes form after death, an unbirth could be the entity that takes form before life, or something like that.
the title "Birth by sleep" makes me want to go with theory number 2.
Also, If I could describe this in any way, maybe it's like a reverse death, when you die you become a spirit, but here it could be when you die, you die backwards.
who knows really, in a way you know the whole thing kinda makes me think of abortion, you know, the baby gets elimanated before it becomes born.
although I seriously doubt tetsuya nomura would go as far as to bring ABORTION of all things into the world of kingdom hearts
on a more serious note though the center of the unbirth symbol looks like a heart that's been fractured into three peices, either symbolizing that it's been fractured, or that it's always been fractured and it's about to become whole.
whatever the unbirth really comes from is anybody's guess at this point.
But how would a heart be devoured by light? A heart is immediately taken to the darkness, according to the heartless. but, this is before the heartless itself...
Gahh, I am thinking of Star Wars now. -facepalm-
Hypothetically, they're like... say, the raw/crude (as in unrefined) form of a Heartless/Nobody. They were unrefined/wild/pure beings until something happened to them, causing them to either seize to exist, or exist in different forms entirely, hence the Heartless/Nobody(?). Does this make sense?
Bah, I'm having a hard time trying to explain this - it has something to do with chemical bonding, though. =/