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Only the stones of Minas Anor and Orthanc remain in Middle-earth , yet the stone of Minas Anor was marred, showing all but the most strong-willed the sorrows and madness of Denethor II.
They were completely unmarked or unmarred, and even when unseated they remained inviolable. The stones had permanent poles, which aligned with the center of the earth , with permanent upper and nether poles.
The circumferential faces were the ones that allowed viewing, receiving outside visions and channeling them to the eye of the beholder on the opposite side; if one wished to look east, he would place himself on the western side of the orb, etc.
Unlike the master stones, which could rotate and look in any direction, the smaller ones had fixed positions, so that when looked at from an incorrect direction, the face would appear blank to the surveyor.
They, in one direction, could see for leagues, with the farthest places showing the least clarity. Their vision was not based on obstacles, but on darkness; they could see through things, but would only see shadow- nothing within could be discerned.
This was actually a method of security, called 'shrouding,' which protected the sight of the surveyor. Magnification was also possible for those with great will; this was a very tiring process, and only the most powerful and determined could accomplish this feat.
Like the other Ainur, the powers of the Valar were ambiguously mysterious. Varda could realign stars into constellations that prophesied the doom of Morgoth.
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Edit Storyline An ancient Ring thought lost for centuries has been found, and through a strange twist of fate has been given to a small Hobbit named Frodo.
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In next shot, at least one of them to the right of the screen has both arms pressed to her body. Quotes [ first lines ] Galadriel : The world is changed.
I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Nationalism has been destroyed by Marxist internationalism and the world has been divided into three power-blocs.
The first, which is generally marked in red on maps, is a European Confederation of Marxist one-party states and their colonies in Africa that use Esperanto for a world language.
In a move that almost toppled Marxism in the Confederation during the s and '80s, the Eastern Empire invaded, annexed, and now rules India , Australia , and New Zealand , as well as all of Russia east of the Ural Mountains.
For this and other reasons, Mr. Templeton explains, the Confederation and the Eastern Empire are now on the brink of a global war.
After Mr. Templeton completes his story, Fathers Franklin and Francis return to their spartan apartments at Westminster Cathedral.
Phillips, describes the seemingly inevitable rush toward war between Europe and the Eastern Empire. He mentions that a mysterious Senator Felsenburgh has unexpectedly taken charge of the American Republic's peace delegation.
Felsenburgh is tirelessly crisscrossing the Empire, delivering speeches to rapt audiences. The Senator shows a remarkable fluency in the languages of his listeners.
In conversation with his wife, Mabel, Oliver comments that war between Europe and the Empire will be "Armageddon with a vengeance", and expresses hope that Senator Felsenburgh will save the day.
Although Mabel Brand appears concerned, her husband responds, "My dear, you must not be downhearted. It may pass as it all passed before.
It is a great thing that we are listening to America at all. And this Mr. Felsenburgh seems to be on the right side. Over breakfast, Oliver frets about his upcoming trip to Birmingham , where the outraged population is again demanding the right to trade freely with the American Republic.
As his mind returns to the possible war against the Empire, Brand ponders that the real problem is the survival of religious belief in the Eastern Empire— Buddhism , Islam , Sufism , Confucianism , and Pantheism.
In Great Britain , only Catholicism remains in "a few darkened churches" and "with hysterical sentimentality" in Westminster Cathedral.
He ponders with disgust how, against his opposition, Ireland was granted Home Rule and "opted for Catholicism. He recalls with outrage how the Italian Republic moved its capital to Turin.
As he departs to catch a volor to Birmingham, Oliver looks out at "the grey haze of London, really beautiful, this vast hive of men and women who had learned at least the primary lesson of the gospel that there was no God but man, no priest but the politician, and no prophet but the schoolmaster.
As she prepares to board a train to Brighton , Mabel Brand witnesses a Government volor crash into the station.
As the Government's Ministers of Euthanasia arrive and begin to finish off the wounded, maimed and dying, Mrs.
Brand witnesses Father Percy Franklin arrive. She is stunned to see the priest open his coat, pull out his crucifix and give the Last Rites to the dying Catholic lying next to her.
After she returns home, deeply moved and traumatized by what she has witnessed, Mabel tells Oliver that both Father Franklin and the dying man seemed to believe in what they were doing.
While deeply grieved that his wife has witnessed the horrors of the accident, Oliver explains Catholic doctrine about the Afterlife , which he mocks as a ridiculous belief that a person's mind can survive despite their brain being dead.
According to Brand, for Father Franklin, the soul of the man is either "in a sort of smelting works being burned", or if "that piece of wood took effect" he is "somewhere beyond the clouds" with the Holy Trinity , the Mother of God , and the Communion of Saints.
He explains that "that kind of thing may be nice, but it isn't true. At the residence of the Cardinal-Protector near Westminster Cathedral, Father Percy Franklin finishes writing his Latin language report to Rome about the mass defections taking place among English Catholics and the recent conversions from the crumbling Anglican Communion.
As he walks toward the elevator , Father Franklin finds that Father John Francis, whom he has been attempting to nurse through his mounting doubts, has lost his faith and decided to leave the priesthood.
In a last-ditch effort to prevent this, Father Franklin explains that Christianity "may be untrue", but it cannot be absurd and false as long as educated and intelligent people continue to believe in its teachings.
Unmoved, Father Francis rebuffs Father Franklin's argument and, with bottomless self-pity, asks whether they can remain friends.
Father Franklin responds, "What kind of friends could we be? Francis leaves in a huff. After saying his prayers before the Eucharist in the Tabernacle, Father Franklin joins his fellow priests as they discuss Felsenburgh over dinner.
Later, as he ponders the disintegration of Catholicism throughout the world, Father Franklin decides that what the Church needs most is a new religious order , which will help the Faith to survive and spread in the catacombs.
While giving a speech at Trafalgar Square now with Nelson's Column replaced with statues of prominent socialists , Oliver Brand is wounded in the arm by a Catholic layman armed with a pistol.
After the would-be assassin is beaten to death by the assembled crowd, Oliver informs Mabel of the news. Senator Felsenburgh is crisscrossing the East delivering multiple speeches, possibly on the behalf of the Emperor, trying to disperse the warmongering Eastern Convention vaguely associated with the Sufis.
Even so, Oliver explains that he must travel to Paris to prepare armaments for expected war. He explains that an explosives manufacturer named Benninschein has developed weapons of mass destruction and sold them to both power blocs.
Therefore, a war will leave at least one power bloc completely annihilated. Hours later, a glowing Oliver returns from Paris and tells Mabel that, due to Felsenburgh, all chances of war have evaporated.
It will soon be announced, and Oliver urges Mabel to come with him at once. Felsenburgh, he explains, will be there. As the Brands depart for their meeting with Felsenburgh, Oliver's secretary, Mr.
Phillips arrives at the flat of Father Percy Franklin. Explaining that Oliver Brand's elderly mother used to be a Catholic, Phillips explains that she wishes to return to the Church before her imminent death.
Although he knows it might be a setup, Father Franklin feels that he cannot refuse. After having what he expects to be his last Confession heard, he walks to London Victoria Station to catch a train to Croydon.
To his shock, Father Franklin encounters cheering crowds and electrified letters announcing the dispersal of the Eastern Convention, the calling off of the expected war, the establishment of "universal brotherhood", and Felsenburgh's imminent arrival in London.
After secretly arriving at the Brands' home, Fr. Franklin is met by Mrs. Brand and, realizing that she is completely sincere, he receives her back into the Catholic Church.
The Brands return home an hour earlier than expected. Enraged that a priest would visit his home, Oliver is utterly infuriated that his mother would actually request such a thing.
Despite his outraged demands, Father Franklin refuses to reveal who acted as the go-between. To Oliver's shock, Mabel urges Father Franklin to leave in peace.
She explains that he will see Felsenburgh and the overflowing joy that his arrival has occasioned in England. This is why, Mabel explains, she is no longer afraid of him or of others like him.
Deeply surprised that he will not be arrested, Father Franklin leaves into the summer night. For a brief moment, the Senator's hypnotic powers of persuasion cause the priest to believe in him, but Father Franklin's doubts about the Catholic Faith are soon overcome.
As Oliver Brand reads Mabel an account of Felsenburgh's arrival in England in the Marxist newspaper New People , it is revealed that the Senator, who speaks all languages with equal fluency, has been hailed as the Mahdi throughout the Islamic World.
It boasts that his background has nothing "that convicts him of sin", in contrast to the corrupt practices that have "made the sister continent what she is today".
It adds, however, "Of his actual words we have nothing to say. So far as we are aware, no reporter made notes at the moment; but the speech, delivered in Esperanto , was a very simple one; and very short.
It consisted of a brief announcement of the great fact of Universal Brotherhood, a congratulation to all who were yet as live to witness this consummation of history; and at the end, an ascription of praise to the Spirit of the World whose incarnation was now accomplished.
The article proceeds to mock the supernatural as dead. It announces that a new and enlightened age has come and that mankind is finally ready for world peace.
Meanwhile, as her son is away with Felsenburgh, Mrs. Brand takes a sudden turn for the worse. Ignoring Mabel's sermons about how Christianity has divided the human race and caused nothing but terrible violence, Mrs.
Brand pleads for Father Franklin to be summoned. When Oliver returns home that day, a weeping Mabel informs him that his mother died an hour before.
Clutching her rosary , Mrs. Brand had continued to scream for a priest as long as she was able to speak.
Mabel explains, however, that she had had her mother-in-law involuntarily euthanised , knowing that her husband would desire it.
Although moved to tears by his mother's passing, Oliver tells Mabel that she did the right thing. As he waits at the main volor station in the former Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Montmartre , Father Franklin ponders how the England that he is leaving behind is beginning to resemble an earthly Hell.
Upon his arrival in Rome, Father Franklin is greeted by the Cardinal Protector of England and informed that the Pope will receive him at eleven o'clock.
Upon being shown into the presence of His Holiness, Father Franklin explains his ideas for the Church's survival under the rule of Julian Felsenburgh.
The answer must be increasing standardization and centralization. After recounting the previous steps taken towards centralization, such as the forced merging of all religious orders, the abolition of the Eastern Catholic Churches , and the forced residence of all members of the College of Cardinals in Rome, Father Franklin recommends that violence must never be used — the Mass and the rosary must be the primary weapon against the coming persecution.
And Christ Crucified for their patron. After the audience, Father Franklin is assigned as an assistant to the ailing Cardinal Protector of England.
His duties are to offer daily Mass in the Cardinal's Oratory and to read and summarize all reports from England. During his free hours, Father Franklin takes long walks through the city.
He ponders how the Eternal City , which the Pope has divided into four national quarters, now represents a microcosm of the world.