This week my mind has been operating in a constant state of allegory as I go over various decodes given to us by the White Hats, Q team, and President Trump.
One such decode is that of The Return of the King.
I have been meditating on this subject for a number of days wondering if I should make a post with my stream of consciousness regarding the subject. I decided, what the hell! Some of y'all might find this interesting reading material.
Let us begin with the author of our allegory.
J.R.R. Tolkien was a brilliant man; one whom I believe to be underrated in many regards. True, he has been recognized as an acclaimed writer, and his writings have captured hte hearts and minds of millions of readers the world over. What leads me to state that he is underrated is that I believe his stories have more allegory in them than has been truly recognized by the common reader of fantasy novels.
I believe it is no mere coincidence that the phrase The Return of the King has come back into prominence this year. It is not mere happenstance that Joe Biden's public relations team came up with The Great Maga King tagline, and President Trump then retweeted The Return of the King for the whole world to see. Nothing is random. There are no coincidence. We are watching a carefully scripted film; one that I believe is modeled after some of the greatest fantasy writing the world has ever seen.
This decode of allegory is going to work in mirrors; forwards and backwards.
Forwards in regards to the Q team's use of allegories found within The Lord of the Rings, and backwards in regards to concepts I believe Tolkien was aware of that many Anons have not given adequate thought to, and that I hope to shed some light on.
To travel this road of allegory, it will be necessary to understand a modicum of history.
I want for you to hypothesize for a moment that you are a philosopher and man of deep thought and knowing. You are born at the end of the Nineteenth Century, a century scarred by the Napoleonic Wars, the Russian Revolution, and the American Civil War. You grow up hearing the stories of conquest, of victory and loss, and of the numerous bloody battles that took the lives of an incomprehensible number of soldiers and civilians. Little do you know that the terrible stories of the past would echo into your century and lead to not one, but two cataclysmic and catastrophic World Wars that would dwarf the conflicts of the previous century.
After these wars have subsided, the powers of the world have been irreversibly restructured. Empires that existed for generations have been torn down, and the economies of the world have shifted like tectonic plates. The map that you knew as a child is now wholly unrecognizable.
As a man of philosophy and deep thought you know things about the true causes of these wars; of Napoleon, Marx, Lenin, and Hitler. You know things that are dangerous; knowledge that would kill a foolish man, as it did many men before you and many after. You want to tell the world of this knowledge, but you know you cannot do so directly. Like Riddles in the Dark, you choose to wrap the truths you know in allegory.
I believe this to be the situation that J.R.R. Tolkien found himself in, and what ultimately inspired him to write The Lord of the Rings.
I present to you the very beginning of The Lord of the Rings for examination. This poem precedes J.R.R. Tolkien’s trilogy and holds much hidden truth for those who know what to look for.
Three rings for the Elvan-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for mortal men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne;
In the Land of Mordor where the shadows lie.
One ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them;
In the Land of Mordor where the shadows lie.
Now I want for you to imagine some slight alterations to this poem that will elevate it from its allegorical roots. Though small, these changes are profound in their implications.
First, let us replace the term ring with something we in The Great Awakening community know all too well. The rings in this poem can be imagined as pedophile or child sacrificial rings. Rings of dark evil. Rings where we in the Q community know that dark ritual blood magic is performed and used to blackmail and control the leaders of the world.
Already you can see where I am going with this.
What inspired J.R.R. Tolkien to write this poem? Was this poem a mere figment of imagination? I believe that all great literary works find their inspiration in some form of reality. What might J.R.R. Tolkien been aware of in his day that he could not put to paper in literal form?
Let us return to the poem for further investigation. Replace the terms Elvan, Dwarvan, and Men with their respective Earth counterparts. However you imagine these to be, it matters not for the overall allegory to make sense.
Now comes the Dark Lord and his dark throne, and the Land of Mordor. I want for you to imagine this one exactly. There is no shred of doubt in my mind that the Land of Mordor in the One Ring poem represents the very real world counterpart of Khazaria.
For those in The Great Awakening community that are not read into this area of research, I will do my best to summarize my understanding of world events as they relate to the Khazars. I may make mistakes or gloss over important details. Understand that my own understanding of this subject is elementary. I still have much knowledge to aquire, and I am open in admitting that. Feel free to correct or add to my history.
Khazaria was a real place in which there dwelled a very wicked people. These people frequently practiced blood magic and ritual sacrifice of children. They cared not for the sacrifice of life as they believed Moloch would bestow great worldly powers to them for this sacrifice.
The countries surrounding Khazaria knew of their wicked ways, and resented them. One such country that stood up to them was Russia. The Khazarians were given a choice by a lenient Russia. Convert to Islam, Christianity, or Judaism or be exterminated for their wicked ways. Undoubtedly the Russians were hoping that in conversion these people would cease their blood magic and be cured of evil.
Ultimatly the Khazarians chose to convert to Judaism. Though they painted themselves as Jews, they did not cease their blood magic. They conducted their witchcraft in secret for hundreds of years while calling themselves Jews. They became chameleons; shapeshifters who took on the form of others in order to obfuscate their true nature.
Finally, having had enough and having been more than fair to the elite of Khazaria, the Russians mounted a full incursion into the Land of Khazaria to deal with their evil ways once and for all. It was at this point that the Khazarian elites fled in the middle of the night with their stores of gold and headed westward. Here and there they settled, and always they remembered those who in their mind had wronged them. They vowed revenge against the Russians and the World at large.
The Khazarian's secret blood magic never ended when Russia invaded their homeland many centuries ago. It continues to this day as many in The Great Awakening and Q community are aware. It is propagated and spread by an elite group of families and their secret orders. The last two hundred years of history has been about their revenge upon this world, and upon Russia. It was the Khazars who infected Russia with communism through Marx and Lenon. It was the Khazars who set Napoleon and Hitler upon Europe. It was the Khazars who stole the wealth of America and led us to be dependant upon their central bank.
In the shadows they have constructed their rings of pedophilia and blood magic. Like Sauron in The Lord of the Rings, they masked themselves like chameleons and befriended the nations of Earth. One by one they enslaved the nations of Earth with their rings of pedophelia and child sacrifice.
Each Deep State represents a Ring of Power, and Khazaria undoubtedly holds the One Ring that rules them all; the Ring of Power to blackmail and control the entire human race.
Indeed the quest we see the Q team embarking upon these last several years is not unlike the quest of The Fellowship of the Ring. Are we not seeking to destroy the same Ring of Power? Is not the knowledge of this Ring of Power a great and heavy burden to those of us who know? Q said it many times. Those who know cannot sleep!
It is at this point that I must emphasize that J.R.R. Tolkien was a learned scholar of his day, and an avid historian. I believe that Tolkien would have been aware of much of my aforementioned summary of history. I do not see how a man of his interests would not have at least a tertiary understanding of Khazaria and the people who dwelled in and migrated from that region of the world. Therefore it is plausible that Tolkien may have mirrored his understanding of history past, present, and future into the plot lines of his epic trilogy.
Now we have sufficiently set up the overall premise that The Lord of the Rings may be allegorical in nature. Let us continue with how the Q team, along with Trump and Kash Patel have been using this allegory as the backdrop of their trilogy of films they are showing humanity.
In the years preceding the 2016 election, the Khazarians were preparing for their final conquest over humanity. They had successfully kept the Middle East in a state of perpetual war for generations. Through these wars they amassed an incredible amount of wealth; siphoning it from the American taxpayers who were unwittingly contributing their wealth to an elaborate money laundering operation. Their ultimate plan was to take out the two world super powers that could still stand in their way; Russia, and America.
The plan was for Russia and America to ultimately go to war with one another and mutually destroy the other. Without America or Russia, and with the CCP in control of China, the Khazarians would have nothing standing in their way of total world domination and their New World Order.
Let us take this story and mirror it into the world of Middle-Earth. Through this allegory, we can clearly see the direction that world events are taking. Recall that Tolkien's Lord of the Rings was not composed that far in the remote past. His trilogy of books were published in the 1950s. Therefore we can see again that it is plausible that either his books have inspired world events, or that world events have been inspired by his books.
In The Two Towers we see the Khazarian plan for world domination unfold much the same as it does in the real world. Rohan and Gondor were the only two Middle-Earth powers capable of or willing to stand up to the might of Mordor. The Elves were leaving Middle-Earth, and the Dwarves were weakened by their battle with Smaug and had no interest in fighting Mordor.
Sauron, like the Khazarian elite, knew that he had to break the will of men of the west in order to defeat Gondor and conquer the world.
Sauron started with the land of Gondor, and the city of Minas Morgul and Osgiliath; cities that bordered Minas Tirith the stronghold of Gondor's power. He effectively put Gondor in check when he conquered these cities.
You can think of these neighboring territories much like we think of the NATO powers bordering Russia, for in our allegory it is the people of Gondor whom symbolize the people of Russia. This is plausible, as NATO was originally founded in 1949 prior to the publication of The Lord of the Rings.
With Gondor (Russia) in check, Sauron laid his plans with Saruman and Isengard to deal with the men of Rohan, whom we can think of as The United States of America. Saruman's horde of Uruk-Hai bearing the White Hand were meant to lay waste to Rohan (America) so that the final destruction of Gondor (Russia) could take place, and Sauron (Khazaria) could achieve world domination.
Recall that during these events, the Ring of Power (pedophilia) was thought to be lost to the world. Sauron (Khazaria) had lost control over it, as did the the world of men. As we know by now, through the diligent and courageous work of Julian Assange and the Q team, the Khazarians have indeed lost control over their One Ring. It is no coincidence that Julian Assange emerged from his captivity in the Ecuadorian Embassy looking like Gandalf the White. He is often even called The White Wizard in the Q community. Remember, NO COINCIDENCES!
These plans would have come to perfect fruition had Gandalf and Elrond not brought an unlikely band of heroes together to form The Fellowship of the Ring.
It is clear to me that either the Fellowship represents the Q team, or that Q modeled their quest after the Fellowship and Tolkien's writings. Regardless of how you interpret this, their quest to destroy the One Ring in the Heart of Mordor is mirrored perfectly in the quest to rid the world of the Rings of blood magic and pedophilia.
This of course brings into question just how old the idea of Q is, and how far back it can trace its roots. I believe the war we are fighting has been fought many times over throughout history. What we know of as Q today could have existed before in history during the Napoleonic Wars, the Russian Revolution, and the First and Second World Wars.
The Final Battle at the Gates of Mordor has been in the making for quite some time I believe!