Tag: Tolkien

  • Tale of Izilba – Thoughts on Words

    Nearly every Thursday, a group of individuals gathers in a room in downtown Salt Lake City. I heard of the group from a friend whom I met during my days in The Remnant movement and knew I was reading Daymon Smith’s books. The majority of the group has known one another for years. The group has […]

  • Words – Reading Schedule

    As I mentioned in my last post, I am going to be focusing my writing on Words. For anyone who would like to read along with me, below is the reading schedule. Note: The physical volumes can be purchased here and here. If you would like to read them for free, you can access each volume […]

  • Opposition in all things

    For it must needs be, that there is an opposition in all things. If not so, my first-born in the wilderness, righteousness could not be Brought to pass, neither wickedness, neither holiness nor misery, Neither good nor bad. Wherefore, all things must needs be a compound In one. Wherefore, if it should be one body […]

  • To the gods

    Do they have wifi in Valinor? Probably not. All the same, I don’t know how else us mere mortals can reach you, Valar and Valier. Manwë, perhaps you’re good with not being reached, seeing as how we’ve thickened the air with pollution, with profanities, with hateful words said aloud, behind closed doors, through radio waves […]

  • Of Amdir and Estel

    Of Amdir and Estel

    I had hoped to have at least the beginnings of a blog post on fëar and hröar (specifically, whether or not it is possible for Elvish fëar (spirit) can occupy a Mannish hröar (body) if they reincarnated), but there has been too much material to sort through, dissect, discuss, and dismantle. I want to build […]