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posted ago by Qanaut [M] ago by Qanaut +74 / -0

Continued from Part I

Let us take our allegory back to the founding of the Fellowship, or Q team. Without the Fellowship and Q team, the worlds of Middle-Earth and Earth would have been lost to the powers of Khazaria and Mordor. Throughout history I believe there were many Councils of Elrond that met before pinitol moments in history.

I believe we had one such Council of Elrond prior to the 2016 election, and the rise of Trump in America. As we have established already, the goal of 2016 was to set up the final blow to America and Russia that would see them both mutually destroyed.

While the Dark Lord and his Khazarian minions were meeting in secret plotting these events, so too was the Q team. Q has told us many times that we are watching a movie. I believe that we have been witnessing The Lord of the Rings play out nearly beat for beat.

From the time Trump was elected President of the United States to the point when 2020 was stolen can be represented in the general plotline of The Fellowship of the Ring. After the forming of the Q team following their Council of Elrond meeting, the quest of the Fellowship (Q team) began.

Over hills and under they went on their way, seemingly all the way to the heart of Mordor to destroy the One Ring of pedophilic blackmail power. They sold this story so effectively through their initial Q postings when they made the elite of the world absolutely sure that Hillary was going to be arrested in 2017, and that mass arrests would follow.

Instead, they struck at Saudi Arabia, not unlike how Aragorn tricked Sauron into meeting him at the Black Gate with his full force while Frodo and Sam snuck through the back door of Mordor, meeting little or no resistance. Sun Tzu would have been proud!

Before the final show down at the black gates of Khazaria, we witnessed the fall of Trump during 2020 not unlike how the Fellowship lost Gandalf for a time after his battle with the Balrog of Morgoth (Dominion). After this, the Fellowship seemingly broke apart. With the Fellowship broken, the Dark Lord and his Khazarian Uruk-Hai thought they had nothing standing in their way. They initiated a full scale invasion of Rohan (America).

This is where our allegory meets with present events. President Trump and Julian Assange have both begun their return to the world stage, just as Gandalf did in The Two Towers. The Battle of Helm's Deep lay ahead of us during the 2022 mid-terms.

Recall that in The Two Towers no-one came to the aide of Rohan except the banished Patriot Riders of Rohan. Is this not how our showdown in 2022 is shaping up to go down? Are we not facing down a horde of wokism not unlike the hordes of Uruk-Hai that Saruman set upon Helm's Deep to destroy the men of the west?

Also recall what Saruman was known for in the book. He was the Wise Wizard of many colors. The man whose voice could be used to persuade nearly anyone. I believe Saruman to represent the Propaganda arm of the Khazaria. While the men of the west were embroiled in their Battle for Helm's Deep, what happened to the propaganda machine of Isengard (Twitter / Facebook / Google?) was it not destroyed in the same moment that Rohan met victory on the field of battle?

Having lived through both World Wars, Tolkien would have been well aware of the power of propaganda, and the danger it posed upon the free world. Once again we can see that it is not entirely implausible that world events were written into this series of novels for the benefit of future generations.

We are indeed witnessing the propaganda arm of Khazaria losing its grip on humanity just as Saruman's influence dwindled in The Two Towers until he was reduced to a ragged looking old man in The Return of the King.

From this vantage point in allegory we can clearly see the course that world events will likely take from here. It is highly probable that America will be freed from tyranny and the dark influence of Sauruman (propaganda) sometime either in 2022, 23, or 24. No one but the Q team can know for sure the timeline of events.

From there we can see what must occur. Just because Rohan (America) was been freed from Saruman and Sauron's grip does not mean that the war is over. We still must aide in the salvation of Gondor (Russia) as we fight the final battle of our age and march upon the Black Gate as one united humanity to see the One Ring of Power finally destroyed.

Whew! What a trip!

Is all the aforementioned allegorical comparison authentic?

Perhaps, or perhaps not. Who is really to say.

You can choose to read this as the Q team putting on one hell of a good movie based upon some of humanity's finest literature, or you can read this as Tolkien having great understanding of the dark secrets of the world and of the political movements that would occur beyond the scope of his lifetime.

Perhaps it is a bit of both, or neither.

I choose to believe that there are no coincidences!

If nothing else, I can certainly understand what inspired Kash Patel to write his children's book The Plot Against the King.

-Qanaut-

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ShmellyTunaMelt1 23 points ago +23 / -0

absolutely badass anon

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Qanaut [M] [S] 13 points ago +13 / -0

Glad you enjoyed it!

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judypatriot 3 points ago +3 / -0

I agree! Great take on the circular and esoteric nature of this ongoing battle we are involved in.

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PepeSee 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's fairly interesting

/heckin chonker understatement

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Mr_A 11 points ago +11 / -0

I figured he was retelling the book of revelation, with the nazgul representing the crowned heads of the beast, with saruman being the pope (and possibly another nazgul/crown). Not so much a play by play of current events, but it's been a long time since I read it. I do remember being surprised to learn that Tolkein was Christian, as I have memories of religious teachers forbidding it like they did with Harry Potter. Thanks for this; it's interesting to think about.

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Heckles 11 points ago +11 / -0

One of the main lessons I took from Lord of the Rings was from the Battle of Helms Deep. Just like now, evil surrounds us, and to some it may seem all hope is lost. What do you do in that situation? Ride straight out into the heart of the evil and help will come.

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Eph612 4 points ago +4 / -0

β€œOur help is from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth.” Psalms‬ ‭124:8‬

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Huskereyez 9 points ago +9 / -0

Dude…..just fucking nice. I love it here.

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Qanaut [M] [S] 7 points ago +7 / -0

As do I!

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CaptainQirk 8 points ago +8 / -0

After reading the book having grown up on the movies, the bit that always struck me as strange and seemingly out of place was when Saruman "fell" and then became "Sharky", in a section of the book that focused around overrunning the Hobbit lands and implementing "small government" tyranny with replaced mayors and shit.

The name seems out of place until you think Sharky, Loan Shark, "Jew" / Khazar.

Having fallen from his "tower" in a metaphorical sense, and in the movie's extended cut the literal sense, he goes straight back to the first step of the plan, moving on to another land, trying to crush and dominate small villages to implement fake grass roots (many) color revolutions, to effectively lead his opposition himself... even when his intent and behaviour and tyranny is outright known by the population themselves.

It was only once "the people" fought back on a real grassroots level that Saruman's propaganda and thus the war was truly destroyed.

All the spectacle, the world wars, the global hidden councils, all stripped away, bringing it back to the simplest battle "The People Vs. Tyranny". Local patriots destroying corrupt government.

It all makes much more sense thinking about the story as real political intrigue, and it's an aspect that doesn't get talked about enough.

Curious to see hear your take, Qanaut!

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GoingCamaro 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yeah I think you are onto something. Firstly, Tolkien spoke to his closest followers about secret organizations and did say that his time in The Great War inspired his writing.

Also, if you haven't studied the real conspiracy behind WWI, you should make time for James Corebett's WWI Conspiracy:

https://www.corbettreport.com/the-wwi-conspiracy-part-one-to-start-a-war/

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Donny_Fiasco 6 points ago +6 / -0

u/#silvia

I'm down with this. Great work

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Serendipity8 4 points ago +4 / -0

That was profound! Great analogy! I pick door one: someone in the Q team knew Lord of the Rings (almost as well as you do) and followed the script!

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ThinQ 4 points ago +4 / -0

I love this two-part analogy to LotR. The comparison of the woke mobs to the Uruk-Hai got a chuckle out of me. Unlike the errant arrow that started the war, we instead have KR, analogous to the pinpoint accuracy of the elves' archery skills. I suspect that many patriotic "regular Americans" (like KR), in addition to veterans, comprise an army that mirrors the skill level of those elves in battle.

And DJT has been very much like Gandalf facing off with the Balrog (the DS) - "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!!". POTUS was basically saying "This shit stops now!". As he and the Q team have gone behind the scenes to do battle with the beast, the world seems to be falling apart - yet good players amass for the upcoming battles (eg elections).

The return of the king (POTUS) and the Wizard (Assange) will be glorious!

Thank you for these posts. I'm going to have to read through them a few more times to ponder the historical-Tolkien aspects more. These were just a few thoughts I wanted to comment on from a superficial reading.

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UnbreakablePatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is trump both wizard and king?

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ThinQ 2 points ago +2 / -0

IMO he's primarily king, but both king and wizard in LotR are fierce warriors when needed to be. During that particular LotR scene, yes. Personality-wise I don't really see Assange (though highly skilled in his field) staring down the Balrog and telling it that this shit stops now. Trump would always walk into a press gathering - aka a den of jackals - like a lion and remain focused and in control. The OP's well-thought-out description of the general allegory has Trump primarily as the king (fearless Aragon) and Assange as the wizard (as Gandalf working his magic always for noble causes). In the case of the battle with the Balrog, OP makes the analogy of what appears to be Trump's "fall" with Gandalf's - both of them dropping out of sight to continue to fight evil.

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PrayerWarrior419 4 points ago +4 / -0

That was fantastic!!!

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jmkjr2 4 points ago +4 / -0

As a LOTR nerd, I LOVE this. Thank you for penning it! I always felt strong allegory in these stories and I definitely superimposed some illuminati mythology over the whole lore. What you’ve done here is so succinct! Curious on YOUR take of who the dwarves, elves etc are represented by in real life, if β€œanybody”?

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Yagbar147 3 points ago +3 / -0

Outstanding πŸ‘ I Salute you Sir 😎 I have always thought the Trilogy was the Greatest Story I have ever read. From the moment I read your first few sentences I knew instinctively where you were going with this and my mind just leaped ahead as if writing the story myself. This reminds me of the moment back in Dec 17 when I first came across Q and instinctively knew what I was seeing was real. I believe you are on to something and I hope to re-read story with fresh insight in the near future. THANK YOU !!! 😎

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Dlh221 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great read. Awesome insight. πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘

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revised2 2 points ago +2 / -0

Great read. Going to have to take another look at the books.

I never got the analogies of Tolkien, even on a basic level. Probably why I was never a big fan of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

I did on the other hand "get it" with C S Lewis' Narnia series. I would be very interested in your take on that.

Lewis credited Tolkien's witnessing to him as guiding him toward Christianity from atheism. Even after learning this, I just couldn't connect the dots in Tolkien's writing. Tolkien also told Lewis not to publish The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe.

Glad Lewis didn't listen to him on that.

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Knotnow 2 points ago +2 / -0

Bravo! So, my take on the 3 spheres: Elves = the religious world. The Pope is definitely captured (under the power of the ring), and most religious organizations have been infiltrated and owned. The Orks used to be Elves. The Dwarves = the criminal underworld, always greedy for more and that brings in the dragon. The world of Men = the world we see of business and politics.

What say you?

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Shark_FL 2 points ago +2 / -0

So who is Gollum then?

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bigsix 2 points ago +2 / -0

u/Strelnieks wrote: > Biden is a bit like Gollum when Sam & Frodo have the elven rope tied around his neck and the wax/wane behavior after he is "freed".

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rottn 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know - I think biden was always a POS, unlike Gollum.

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young_roshi 2 points ago +2 / -0

Gandalf's got some good quotes:

"So do all who live to see such times; but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us. There are other forces at work in this world, Frodo, besides the will of evil. [Bilbo was meant to find the Ring]. In which case, you were also meant to have it. And that is an encouraging thought."

"It is not despair, for despair is only for those who see the end beyond all doubt. We do not."

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Callmejuls 2 points ago +2 / -0

This can also compare with Chronicles of Narnia which also parallels with the Bible. I also read that Tolkein and CS Lewis were friends and both Christians though one came to Christ later in life.

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rottn 1 point ago +1 / -0

WOW. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts - I've read The Hobbit and the Trilogy multiple times, but always as a great and epic adventure story, never anything deeper than that.

I started out reading your posts a bit skeptically, but by the end I was hoping that you wouldn't reveal too much to 'them' - we all want this to be over and done with quickly, but that probably won't happen, and nothing is for certain until after it's been done. Just hoping for the best for all of us!

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fatmilf 1 point ago +2 / -1

Awesome post. However doesn't it make sense for Trump to represent Gandalf as well as Aragon? The symbols don't have to match 1:1 for the metaphor to work.

Gandalf the Grey going down fighting the Balrog = Trump's loss in 2020. He seemingly fell into a bottomless pit but was actually duking it out with the Balrog for way longer until he collapsed = Trump secretly fighting against the 666 behind the scenes

Gandalf the White returning to turn the tide at Helm's Deep with the riders of Rohan = events in present day + future. Gandalf gathering scattered troops of Rohan = Trump building up patriots in government with 2022 elections and rallying citizens with Truth Social and will return in the future to save America/Rohan