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#98 - superhoney
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I sometimes wonder, if the Undying lands actually exist in the LOTR world. Like, what if it doesn't, and elves have just been sailing down a river until they all fly down a waterfall and die, and no body knows about it because their are no survivors, and nobody wants to question the existence of the undying lands. So generation after generation of elves just plummet to their watery death because everyone assumes they're going to the "Undying Land". Just a thought. Elves fw they see waterfall.
I sometimes wonder, if the Undying lands actually exist in the LOTR world. Like, what if it doesn't, and elves have just been sailing down a river until they all fly down a waterfall and die, and no body knows about it because their are no survivors, and nobody wants to question the existence of the undying lands. So generation after generation of elves just plummet to their watery death because everyone assumes they're going to the "Undying Land". Just a thought. Elves fw they see waterfall.
#113 to #98 - ninn
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Elves have been there, Galadriel for example. They saw the light of the Two Trees and how they were destroyed ... there was a lot of stuff going on there in the first age. Also the Valar, kind of divine spirits, live there.
#115 to #113 - ninn
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(07/07/2013) [-]
you should go and read the silmarillion there's so much more than lotr ...
#107 to #98 - Crusader
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(07/07/2013) [-]
The illusion of a paradise is more comforting than the knowledge of it's non-existence.
Hence why so many people believe in Heaven.