All Lord of the Rings mythology explained in 4 minutes

All Lord of the Rings mythology explained in 4 minutes December 22, 2014

CPG Grey, Servant of All Mankind, does the impossible in less time than it takes to make a nice cup of tea:

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  • The Lost Dutchman

    Interesting slant on this issue…

  • Because the title has a badly closed <i> tag (it should be <i>Lord of the Rings</i> but it’s <i>Lord of the Rings<i>) all following content appears in italic (including the rest of the blog).

  • HokiePundit

    Way to skip over the whole Tom Bombadil issue, CPG Grey.

    (To be fair, though, so did Tolkien)

  • Alma Peregrina

    It’s been a long time since I’ve read The Silmarilion.
    I do remember that the appearance of the Istari was mentioned without a lot of detail… and that they were not humans with magical powers.

    But I don’t remember a mention of them being Mayar. I got the impression that they were a special species onto themselves (neither humans, nor “angels”, nor elves, nor dwarves), specially created to save the World.

    If I’m wrong, somebody correct me please.