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Tolkien is a pagan, not a Christian

I apologize to God/Christ and to all Christians, for ever having used imageries from Tolkien’s fables as Christian imageries.   Tolkien is a false teacher and a sorcerer who loathes the Bible and created his own alternative spirituality, based on Norse pagan religion.   His worldview is one of the flesh, melancholic and hopeless, where no human has the hope of attaining immortality.  His poems are sacrifices to devils, praises and honors that he dedicated to pagan spirituality.

First of all, Tolkien’s spirituality is based on sorcery and pagan religion, not based on Christ.

In summary, Tolkien’s fantasy universe is mostly about a strife between his pagan religion characters (whom Tolkien portray as good), and the God of the Bible (whom Tolkien portray as evil).

The Elves are the most spiritual creatures in Tolkien’s fables.   They are taken by Tolkien from pagan legends.  They are not metaphors for angels (though they seem so).  Tolkien described the Elves as constantly longing for the ocean, and the oceans are described as something supernaturally good in his fables.
However, in the Bible, the oceans represent worldliness and spirits contrary to Christ.   It is from the oceans that rises an anti-Christ creature, and the perverted-church, near the end of the world, derived its strength from mingling with the ungodly world (Revelations 13:1, Revelations 17:15).

All Christians who sincerely love our LORD God, please beware of any spirituality or cult-phenomenon that exalts the concept of “oceans”, or similar words.  There is definitely an evil spirit behind such phenomenon (the spirit that seeks to exalt Babylon, a word that is related to the future kingdom of the anti-Christ).

Tolkien’s fables has a king has a sword that was broken.
It is definitely not a metaphor for Christ and the Word of God (which is the sword in the Bible).

The Word of God cannot be broken. (John 10:35)

Furthermore, Tolkien described that king as “wandering”.   In the Bible, all “wandering” refers to people straying from God.

There is another supernatural, supposedly Christ-resembling character, in Tolkien’s fables.   This supernatural deity is mentioned as a “lamp that shines in dark places” and “the most beloved star” of the Elves.
However, looking at the poem that Tolkien wrote about this deity (the longest poem in “Lord of the Rings” fable), this deity is described as having a “dragon-horn” and he was kept from harm by carrying a shield was carved with runes, and the power of these runes kept away dangers and wounds.

So it is not the shield of Christian faith (Ephesians 6:16), which consists of reliance upon Christ.    Tolkien’s deity has a shield of sorcery, of pagan shamanism.   So of course he carries a “dragon-horn”, which is

Secondly, Tolkien did not have the correct idea about New Testament Christianity.   Tolkien evidently despised the Jews (the religion) and the Hebrews (the race).

“The Hobbit” was about a wizard (one of Tolkien’s pagan gods) going on an adventure with Tolkien’s idea of Christ and his 12 disciples.
There are 12 dwarves (Jews) plus their dwarf king who doesn’t resurrect.
And Tolkien added a hobbit (Bilbo Baggins is a symbolism of Tolkien himself) as Judas the traitor.   Or, Tolkien added himself as the traitor of the Jews and Hebrews, and described it as a good thing.

In Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings universe, dwarves refer to the Jews.
This is also known by the mountain Moria  (spelled Moriah in the Bible, where Abraham put Isaac to sacrifice).   The dwarves are centered on Moria, where they go to dig treasures.  Tolkien had much understanding of the Bible (but he also had crooked idea).   He has the correct understanding that treasures refer to wisdom.   In Tolkien’s universe, searching for treasures (wisdom) in Moria eventually led to doom.   And that was the history of the dwarves.

That is Tolkien’s idea towards Judaism and New Testament Christianity.
For if Mount Moria referred to Judaism, then “the Hobbit” with a dwarf plus 12 disciples certainly referred to Christianity, that is, Christianity with Hebrews as main characters (which is the entire New Testament).

And Tolkien’s main poem, about his lord of the Rings:

Three rings for the Elven kings under the sky
Seven rings for the dwarf lords in their halls of stone
Nine rings for mortal men doomed to die
One ring for the dark lord on his dark throne

In Tolkien’s fables, Elves are symbolism of pagan deities from pagan Norse legends.    Dwarves are symbolism of Hebrews (including the Eastern Christians in the New Testament).   And because Tolkien took pagan Norse religion as his spirituality (it’s a geographically-bound spirituality), he extolled all things “North” and “West” as good, because the geographical enclave where his pagan religion was practiced, was mostly “West” and “North”.  Tolkien despised all things “South” and especially despised all things “East”.

Tolkien also despised Christianity, because it came from the “East”.
In his fables, the word “West” is elevated to divine status.

But according to the Word of God in the Bible:
The LORD came (from the East) from Teman, the Holy One from Mount Paran
Habakkuk 3:3

It is unclear what Tolkien referred to as the nine.   It could be his own concept.
The seven of the dwarves referred to the 7 churches in Revelations (Tolkien had no respect for the Christians, if they are Hebrews).
The three of the Elves possibly refers to European churches.

In Tolkien’s fables, Dorwinion is the kingdom of the dwarves.   It is really the word “Darwinian”.    So Tolkien had this idea that even Christ was inferior, because he was a Hebrew man.

In Tolkien’s fables, there is one master-ring held by Sauron (or Satan), and many lesser rings (three for the Elves, seven for dwarves, nine for men).

Tolkien’s idea about the rings’ invisible trait probably came from this part in the Bible:

“[Christ sat at table with Simon and Cleopas]  and their eyes were opened, and they knew him, and he vanished out of their sight.”   Luke 24:31

Also, “Lord of the Rings” refers to the evil supernatural king.    It is also the only instance of a “lord’ starting with capital letter “L”.   In the Bible, capitalized Lord refers to Christ.   In Tolkien’s fables, it refers to the king of evil.

It is also notable that Gollum, the most despised creature in Tolkien’s imagination, was not only enslaved to seeking the master-ring, but was also the only person/creature in Tolkien’s fable described as catching fishes.
In the Bible, God/Christ has eyes that go throughout all the earth (II Chronicles 16:9).

In Tolkien’s fable, the evil king has an evil eye that goes throughout all the land (there is no supernatural good king that has this power, in his fable).

I make the conclusion that Tolkien’s mind, thinking according to sorcery, expected Christ to have a “master-ring”, with which he can vanish out of sight.
Furthermore, I conclude that Sauron (the evil king) was Tolkien’s idea of God/Christ, and Gollum was Tolkien’s idea of a Christian.

There is no resurrection in Tolkien’s fable world.   Humanity in his fables are doomed to only have existence in the natural world, without hope of joining the divine.   Tolkien’s overall theme is one of enjoy-the-moment (“hobbits”, his idea of forever childhood), but hopeless melancholy about the long-term view of human existence (his description of grown adult men).
The whole “Lord of the Rings” is a perverted fable where, in Tolkien’s foolish imaginations, the gods of his pagan religion triumphs over his distorted portrayal of Christ (the Lord of the churches).

Tolkien is a pagan, and a teacher of wrong spirituality.

I sincerely apologize for ever using Tolkien imageries to refer to Christian things.  It was pagan but I didn’t know, until yesterday, with increased knowledge of Christ and the Word of God, I examined some of Tolkien’s writings, and discerned his paganism.

Christians must get rid of all “Lord of the Rings” (or other Tolkien) books, movies, images, or anything that borrows from its imageries.   Tolkien was a clever sorcerer, and was probably helped by evil spirits.

Christians please remember:
the Word of God cannot be broken (John 10:35)
the Word of God is not bound (II Timothy 2:9)
The mind of Christ (I Corinthians 2:16) is in the Holy Spirit given by God (II Timothy 1:7)

So everyday, ask God to purify anything unclean out of you, to give you a clean heart, to help you memorize the Word of God, to renew in you the Holy Spirit of love, power, and the mind of Christ.


Written by bookofjeremiah1eighteennineteen

August 20, 2010 at 12:30 am

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