masón como su puta madre"El Señor de los Anillos" es una historia tradicionalista y anti-modernidad que vuelve a contar o contiene muchos símbolos mitológicos y religiosos europeos: Cristianismo, kalevala finlandés, mitología nórdica, mitología germánica, etc.
El "legendarium" o mitología extendida de la Tierra Media cuenta la historia de un mundo dividido en eras igual que el nacionalsocialismo esotérico.
O sea, que los ángeles le dieron a Salomón un anillo para comunicarse con ellos y para atar a los demonios al infierno.The legend that Solomon possessed a seal ring on which the name of God was engraved and by means of which he controlled the demons is related at length in Giṭ. 68a, b. This legend is especially developed by Arabic writers, who declare that the ring, on which was engraved "the Most Great Name of God," and which was given to Solomon from heaven, was partly brass and partly iron. With the brass part of the ring Solomon signed his written commands to the good genii, and with the iron part he signed his commands to the evil genii, or devils. The Arabic writers declare also that Solomon received four jewels from four different angels, and that he set them in one ring, so that he could control the four elements. The legend that Asmodeus once obtained possession of the ring and threw it into the sea, and that Solomon was thus deprived of his power until he discovered the ring inside a fish (Jellinek, "B. H." ii. 86-87), also has an Arabic source (comp. D'Herbelot, "Bibliothèque Orientale," s.v. "Soliman ben Daoud"; Fabricius, "Codex Pseudepigraphicus," i. 1054; and see Solomon in Arabic Literature). The legend of a magic ring by means of which the possessor could exorcise demons was current in the first century, as is shown by Josephus' statement ("Ant." viii. 2, § 5) that one Eleazar exorcised demons in the presence of Vespasian by means of a ring, using incantations composed by Solomon Fabricius (l.c.) thinks that the legend of the ring of Solomon thrown into the sea and found afterward inside a fish is derived from the story of the ring of Polycrates, a story which is related by Herodotus (iii. 41 et seq.), Strabo (xiv. 638), and others, and which was the basis of Schiller's poem "Der Ring des Polykrates."
The Arabs afterward gave the name of "Solomon's seal" to the six-pointed star-like figure (see Magen, Dawid) engraved on the bottom of their drinking-cups. It is related in the "Arabian Nights" (ch. xx.) that Sindbad, in his seventh voyage, presented Harun al-Rashid cup on which the "table of Solomon" was represented; and Lane thinks that this was the figure of "Solomon's seal" (note 93 to ch. xx. of his translation of the "Arabian Nights"). In Western legends, however, it is the pentacle, or "druid's foot," that represents the seal. This figure, called by Bishop Kennet the "pentangle" of Solomon, was supposed to have the power of driving away demons. Mephistopheles says to Faust that he is prevented from entering the house by the druid's foot ("Drudenfuss"), or pentagram, which guards the threshold ("Faust," in Otto Devrient's edition, part i., scene 6). The work entitled "Claviculæ Salomonis" contains treatises on all kinds of pentacles. The tradition of Solomon's seal was the basis of Büschenthal's tragedy "Der Siegelring Salomonis," specimens of which are given in "Bikkure ha-'Ittim," v. 3 et seq. (German part). A work regarding a magic signet-ring is ascribed to Solomon (see Solomon, Apocryphal Works of). See also Asmodeus; Solomon in Rabbinical Literature.
"Las SS, como sociedad de la élite germana, tenía como centro espiritual y de reunión el castillo de Wewelsburg, cuyo mosaico ostentaba el símbolo del Sol negro, considerado como fuente de poder de los arios. Ahí, Himmler concedía a ciertos elegidos, doce de entre sus mejores Oberstgruppenführer el Totenkopfring, un anillo que, según algunos autores, indicaba un grado de la iniciación esotérica de la alta cúpula de las SS, misma que se celebraba en rituales mágico-paganos practicados durante los equinoccios y los solsticios."
Si te refieres al sitio de Gondor, que sucede en el tercer libro, el referente es el segundo sitio de Viena y la batalla de Kahlenberg. La carga de los Rohirrim es como la acción de los húsares alados polacos.Las Dos Torres se basa en la caída de Constantinopla.
Un Toro. Será que de ahí viene la fiesta nacional de matar al toro? Mitra?Saturno es Moloch remodelado por los romanos, que a su vez deriva del Cronos griego, todos son el mismo, asi que Plato si era tan listo sabria que su Cronos era al que rinden culto satanico las elites mundiales hasta el dia de hoy, Moloch el "Dios de este mundo", tambien es Yahve por supuesto
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