The theories about Supreme Leader Snoke’s (Andy Serkis) real identity in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” continues. After the assumptions that he is the face behind Darth Plagueis, there are new speculations that he is a Force parasite.

In the new video by the known “Star Wars” theorist Mike Zeroh, he explored the possibilities that the sequel trilogy’s villain might be a scrounger. Allegedly, the Force-sensitive humanoid alien is only using Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) for his superpowers and abilities.

The Supreme Leader’s use to his apprentice

If ever Supreme Leader Snoke is really a Force parasite, this might fit another theory claiming he is an individual from the ancient history that only survived by jumping bodies, Daily Express reported.

Mike Zeroh assumed that there is more to the mysterious antagonist than what people saw in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Fans can’t guarantee that Kylo Ren and Snoke are on the both side of the fence. The initial idea is only exploited by the Supreme Leader to join the Dark Side of the Force and leave his original personality as Ben Solo.

The theorist revealed that Supreme Leader Snoke has been watching the Force warrior since he was a little baby inside his mother General Leia Organa’s (Carrie Fisher) tummy. Hence, it is a big question what does the big bad guy really wants from the former Jedi trainee.

Snoke’s real motive

Snoke could very well be a Force parasite,” Mike Zeroh said. He could be a body snatcher and he is eyeing Kylo Ren as his possible victim to rejuvenate himself by Essence transfer.

This method has been seen in the classic Star Wars Expanded Universe. To recall, in the “Dark Empire No 1” comic, Emperor Palpatine told Luke Skywalker that he needed to be in his body so they could rule the galaxy as one.

The theorist believed that this scene could be seen in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” especially that Disney and Lucasfilm are selectively choosing some sequences from the old Expanded Universe.

Although Supreme Leader Snoke might not do the same thing, his real motive with Kylo Ren may be exposed.

This could even be supported by his statement in “The Force Awakens” when he said that the former Ben Solo’s training should be completed. Mike Zeroh claimed that there is a big possibility that Snoke is looking for a new body to inhabit, so he could freely move and do what he wants.

This, too, could pave a way for the antagonist to fully use his powers and abilities against the Light Side. This could also make him more ready when “Star Wars: Episode 9” comes. To recall, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) reminded his son before he died at the Starkiller Base that the villain is only using him for his power.