Before you see the final Hobbit Movie, learn about the mythology of The Lord of The Rings universe
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Official discussion at: http://www.reddit.com/r/CGPGrey/comments/2pky88/the_lord_of_the_rings_mythology_explained/
Hello Internet Podcast on The Hobbit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gsWj8YTOyk#t=2455
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In real life ..we all die ..
The end is true ..we all get judged ..
There is porous of creating us .
And you my friend will get punished for every single jock you made . especially this video
Just keep living it won't take long until you find hell
I honestly just came here to try to understand why they're so tempted to put it on because they're so scared of it it makes sense for them to never want to put it on but as soon as they look at it they just can't help themselves
Does anyone know of in depth podcasts or whatever about middle earth mythos, I have all the David Day Middle Earth books except for the newest one as of writing this, and love them but I also would like to hear a long form explanation with audio and in speech that is more digestible than the Silmarllion. Also I like this short form simplified explanations but because it’s trying to be short I feel they talk faster than my personal liking sometimes and I would like something that is willing to take its time
I just noticed this, you put dragons and troll on the same level. They are very different and came from different origins. Trolls should be alongside orcs unless I am very much mistaken, because trolls are to Ents like orcs are to elves.
This is said by Treebeard in LOTR 2 book 1.
I’m a nerd, so I have to nitpick an otherwise excellent and concise video.
You misspelled “Saruman” as “Sauroman”.
And you mispronounced Yavanna (ya-VAN-na) as “Yanava” (YAN-ah-va). Manwë would not be pleased.
Correction: Melkor couldn’t make anything new at all, he could only corrupt what was; orcs we’re made from elves, trolls were made from ents, dragons are sentient so they must have been made from miar (angels)
I liked your video!
But im sorry to maybe offend your intellect, but i wouldn't say "their universe".
Earth is flat, and it is called middle earth.
The fictive space created by nasa is a giant hoax.
But, there are another type of cosmology that does explain the magnetic north and the "dead" "south"-pole wich suround our lands.
The UN-logo is the real map.
Dragons are real!
Dont belive me? then study the geo-formations in north africa without borders and landnames on google earth carefully.
My only hint is, it is gigantic and mountains are NOT what we are told!
This video killed the origin story of the fantasy writing project I'm on. I am copyright infringing without realizing, and I mean hard.
- Nine gods sang the universe into being
- Eight of the nine filled the world with life to the amusement of the king among them
- Man was intentionally made with a disconnect from their creator(s) (basically Melkor created man)
- King of the gods takes offense at man's disloyalty and makes OP flying molten fire spewing lizards with no free will to purge the world of all life unless the other seven intelligent organisms can do so first under the guiding hands of their individual masters who each want to gain leverage/favor over one another.
It isn't exact, or specific a synopsis of the origin, but it is far too similar for my taste.
This video simplifies LOTR so well that when my friend showed me these I got so into it that I bought the LOTR trilogy and the Hobbit then the Silmarilian and have read LOTR twice now. I love Tokien so much.
Great video but wish you would slow down just a little :) had to re-listen a few times albeit I'm listening while working so not 100% focused. Excited to explore your other videos on LOTR. Beautiful illustrations.
There is very, very subtle inference in some of the extended backstory that Hobbits effectively began as human-dwarf "half-dwarves", eventually establishing themselves in a kind of middle ground between the two. Underground, but not too deep; reclusive, but not guarded; greedy, but only sofar as food (and impressing the neighbours).
Of course, this kind of undermines the Hobbits' narrative function of being actual relatable humans in a world where "Men" have divinely-appointed kings and magic swords, which is why Tolkien never really went anywhere with it.
While I was watching this video, I tried coffee for the first time. It was rather nice - but I'm thirteen and Irish, so a cup of tea with a wheelbarrow's worth of sugar dumped in seems like the better choice.
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A brief history of smiths and smithing:
The Roman Empire, which was around the birth of Jesus, and Crusades, in the 11th Century through the 13th century, were a golden era of locksmithing rivaling the works of Cellini. The commerce of the period led to a need to protect valuables and locks were purchased by the merchants, governments, and officials. The locksmiths developed a Guild for apprenticeship and one became first a journeyman and then a master by developing his own lock system. The oldest known handgun was developed in China in the early 13th century where they invented gunpowder. In the mid-15th century, the matchlock, musket, or blunderbuss appeared in Europe where lever ignited a match held by a "serpentine" onto gunpowder in a flash pan which was a small bowl-shaped plate at the breech or rear, igniting the priming powder. The flash traveled through a touchhole to discharge a projectile through a barrel. The Egyptians were known for the invention of the pin tumbler that was later given an iron casing by the Greeks and springs by the Romans. The ancient technique of raising is one foundation of metalsmithing as it requires only a hammer and a solid form on which to bend metals. In raising a vessel the center is punched and a circle is cut. The edge is filed and the disk is annealed. Stretching, sinking, and crimping, is done in a domed surface and then transferred to a stake where it is hammered and rotated. You may use a compass for guidelines. It is then planished which flattens, hardens and polishes the vessel, after which straightness is checked. Stretching and sinking will give flat sheets their simplest volume using dies and flat surfaces such as an anvil. Seaming, die forming and anticlastic raising are also used. Hot and cold rolling was used until the slitting mills of the Renaissance to develop sheets and flatten. Many Occults practices stem from the Medieval and Renaissance period and include instructions in the transmutation of metals and magic regarding rings, etc.
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