Tag Archive: Aragorn

Cycles of Magic: A Fantasy and Science Fiction Media Montage

“I read LOTR first, and what leapt out to me was how vibrant and real this world was that Tolkien had created. He spun tales of elves, men, women, and hobbits, weaving it all into a backdrop that felt ancient with whispers of an age long gone…”

Light Reflecting Light: A Lord of the Rings Fan-Fiction Story

“She dreamed of him leaving… traveling on far, distant paths she had never seen. Despair and destiny entwined deep in his heart…”

The West Wind Comes Walking: A Lord of the Rings Fan-Fiction Story

“Has the whistle of shafts ever wounded so deeply? Borne on the wind, flying like the birds, singing their own severing songs, with beaks thirsting for heart’s blood…” (Rated: PG-13)

Aragorn the Lover: A Union with the Beloved and a Call to Greatness

Read this article about Aragorn fulfilling the great archetypes of the King, the Warrior, the Magician, and the Lover.

“Stand, Men of the West!”: The Virtue of Chivalry in Middle Earth

Read how The Lord of the Rings brings to the fore elements of medieval symbolism and the virtue of chivalry.

Gloriam Vidi Resurgentis: The Sudden Joyous Turn

An article that speaks of Easter as the coming of the King, and looking forward with hope to the resurrection of Christendom, just as Gondor was restored through the return of Aragorn in “The Lord of the Rings”.

Seven Stars and Seven Crowns: A Catholic Monarchist’s Perspective on The Lord of the Rings

Learn about the monarchist elements of “The Lord of the Rings” and the parallels between the Kingdom of Gondor and the Holy Roman Empire.

Hope: The Battle of Helm’s Deep Through the Eyes of Haleth, Son of Háma

“’This is a good sword, Haleth, son of Háma,’ he said. Laying the blade back in my hands, he bent down to look me in the eyes and placed a firm hand on my shoulder. ‘There is always hope.’” (Rated: PG)

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