In this comment, it is proposed that that because "this is technically three different questions" the question should be closed.
It seems to me that the question is about the interpretation of a few lines of text; it just happens to present three separate bits of confusion about the meaning. Is this really enough to render the question unfocussed or too broad?
(Perhaps the close-voters were just not familiar enough with the material to recognize that these were tightly related questions that could be answered fairly simply, but in response, I would suggest to be a little patient to see whether people more familiar with the source material are able to provide a simple answer.)
From this meta question my takeaway from the highest voted answer is that the problem is when "they're obviously completely separate questions" and the concern is that one will "end up writing a list of answers in one post." I just don't see those issues arising in this case. I see them highly intertwined and that source of the confusion about those few lines of text is because of the implicit switching of perspective when the vision starts and stops. It's all connected.