okay, so i have this grand story that i want to tell over the course of many books. To sum it up in a nice, pretty package, my main character stumbles into becoming the villain of a prophecy, and those that know the prophecy look back at past events throughout his life and jump to conclusions about what those events mean. Now, here's the kicker; some of those events, no one truly analyzes them correctly. they come up with a theory, it makes sense, and not even the main character really knows what happened, so he can't refute it. in fact, some of the explanations given to him make enough sense for him to take them as truth as well. If i go through and explain much later in my story what -really- happened, is that acceptable? will it look like I changed the story at the last minute for my own conveniences? Will the reader get angry that i 'lied' to them? I ask because these events are an important part of what makes the character who he is, but to spoil their true meaning early takes away from the mystery of the prophecy and how my main character, who is good at heart, could possibly be the villain that the prophecy speaks of.