White Vision’s Powers Are Probably From The Space (And Not Mind) Stone!

WandaVision introduced the character of White Vision; and there have been a lot of speculation about this version of the Paul Bettany character.

The character of White Vision possesses something similar to what the original one had. There are theories that say that the Mind Stone of White Vision might have originated from the Tesseract. The character although does not have the real Mind Stone, but something similar to it is at work here.

Who Is White Vision?

This new version of Paul Bettany’s MCU character depends on the colorless form of Vision; who was a member of the Avengers back during the 1980s and mid 1990s. Following the destruction of the first, red-yellow-and-green Vision, Hank Pym reconstructed him as the White Vision.

WandaVision didn’t say a lot regarding how S.W.O.R.D’s. researchers rebuilt White Vision; other than stating that they utilized leftover Chaos Magic energy from the robot that Wanda shot down in a past episode. They also didn’t clarify what his powers are. Quite a bit of what the original Vision could do came from the Mind Stone. And although the White Vision didn’t have an equivalent power source; he actually had these powers, including the capacity to shoot energy radiations from his head.

Since he was feeling the loss of a critical component – Wonder Man’s brain patterns – he worked purely on rationale; which differentiated him from what Scarlet Witch and the Avengers had come to know him as. WandaVision drew motivation from the deadpan Vision and adjusted him to the MCU in episode 8’s post-credits scene. It was uncovered that S.W.O.R.D. had the option to reanimate Vision’s body with a touch of Scarlet Witch’s Chaos Magic.

Like the legend that preceded him, White Vision’s power comes from something on his forehead that is similar to the Mind Stone. Westview’s Vision had the option to reproduce the original’s Mind Stone capacities; especially given that he was a mystical product of Scarlet Witch’s powers and the Mind Stone itself. We can speculate all we want on what that mystery element is; but one thing we know for sure is that it is definitely not the Mind Stone.

Still Rummaging Around With Infinity Stones!

Whatever it was, it contained a colossal degree of power. It is also important to remember that White Vision was able to coordinate very well with Westview’s version. This just goes on to prove that the fake version is as amazing as his archetype. That is the reason it was amazing when White Vision’s energy beam seemed more powerful than original Vision’s.

Such incredible sources of energy like the one found in White Vision’s forehead isn’t really the first of its sort on Earth. Project Cataract – the name given to the experiment to bring Vision back to life – was quite an ambitious task for S.W.O.R.D. However this is not the first time that a government organizations has dealt with this degree of cutting edge innovation.

The MCU still can’t seem to clarify what sort of relationship S.W.O.R.D. has had with S.H.I.E.L.D. before, however it appears to be conceivable that Maria Rambeau and Nick Fury may have been willing to cooperate on projects that would benefit both organizations.

Previously it was S.H.I.E.L.D. Especially when it had its hands on the Tesseract , which later turned out to be the Space Stone. S.H.I.E.L.D. had it in its ownership for quite a long while before it was in the end taken by Loki. While it was in their care, S.H.I.E.L.D. had trouble gauging its maximum capacity; but we knew that they definitely used it to make weapons.

SWORD’s Vision:

All things considered, the Tesseract truly is the Space Stone. The two forms of Vision being controlled by a Space Stone would disclose why they’re ready to battle with one another. Just a weapon that is a result of another Infinity Stone ought to have had the option to overwhelm the Mind Stone controlled by Westview’s Vision. It’s hard to accept that any weapon made by S.W.O.R.D. on their own might have coordinated with Vision’s Mind Stone powers.

In light of that, it very well may be that somebody inside S.W.O.R.D. who might have had access to the Tesseract before 2012. Provided that this is true, S.W.O.R.D. could have designed weapons of their own with the Tesseract. WandaVision found a way to reanimate Vision, which is largely comprised of vibranium.

Realizing Wanda’s powers alone may not be sufficient to control him; someone could have requested for their mysterious Tesseract weapon to be repurposed as a piece of White Vision. Something that came from the Tesseract being added to his body would somewhat explain White Vision’s “Mind Stone”, energy impact, and blue eyes. The blue could very well be a nod to the color of the Tesseract in the movies.

The focal point of the WandaVision season finale was on Scarlet Witch; so there was not much time or space to plunge into Vision’s character. The intricacies of how he was made, or what’s next for him are still a mystery to us. But at the end of it, these are things that Marvel can take a gander at later on, particularly if they choose to make WandaVision season 2.

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