I have been reading and re-reading this series of books by Tolkein since childhood. I’ve also seen all the different versions of the Hobbit and the Trilogy that has ever been made. There seems to be echos of the fall of Atlantis within the book, but the tales actually are derived in part from ancient Norse stories. Tolkein was attempting to create a mythology for Britain. I would venture to say he created a mythology that is universal.
by James Corbett, October 25th, 2019
The story is well-known by now, if not in its own right then from the
popular Hollywood adaptations of the tale. But what is the deeper
significance of the story? What does the ring really stand for? Is the
ring a symbol of our quest for political power, and if so, then was
Tolkein an anarchist? Join us this month on Film, Literature and the New
World Order as we explore these issues with Andrew Hoffman, co-host of
the Revelations Radio Newspodcast and author ofThe New World Order and the Eugenics Wars.
Editor’s Note: (Thanks E. and Stillness in the Storm) Many have related the circumstances played out in “The Lord of the Rings” book/movie to actually mirror Earth’s current reality. The Saurin/New World Order/Deep State…is there any difference?
Although I Am not into fantasy, and have not actually read or…
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