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The Elves - J.R.R. Mythology

The Elves - J.R.R. Mythology

The Ainur were the primordial spirits, who existed with Ilúvatar, and with him created the world through The Ainulindalë, The Music of the Ainur. After the creation of Arda, many of the Ainur descended into it to guide and order its growth; of these there were fifteen more powerful than the rest. Fourteen of these great Ainur became the Valar, or Powers of Arda. The fifteenth, Melkor, turned aside from that path and became the first Lord of the Dark Powers.,,

allinye: “The Ainur were the primordial spirits, who existed with Ilúvatar, and with him created the world through The Ainulindalë, The Music of the Ainur. After the creation of Arda, many of the.

One does not simply walk (directly) into Mordor - a glorious Middle Earth scenery appreciation post (complete with gifs!)

One does not simply walk (directly) into Mordor - a glorious Middle Earth scenery appreciation post (complete with gifs!

J.R.R. Tolkien's mythology: The Valar.... Cant decide if this goes in fantasy or geekery...

J.R.R. Tolkien's mythology: The Valar

Elvish (Tengwar). My reading a few years ago teacher had us decipher sentences in elvish when we read The Hobbit :)

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Tengwar to English alphabet chart. One of my tattoos has a quote using this language.

TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish.. This is the most detailed and thorough I've ever seen.  Also, check out a lovely book called "The Languages of Tolkien's Middle Earth".  It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others.  Written by Ruth S. Noel.

TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish. This is the most detailed and thorough I've seen. Also, check out a lovely book called "The Languages of Tolkien's Middle Earth". It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others. Written by Ruth S.

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