Category: middle earth

The Silmarillion aesthetics |

Fingon The Valiant

for @nolofinwean-week  |
Day 2 – Fingon

The Silmarillion aesthetics | I LOVE YOU 3000 | Nolofinwë

and
Anairë 

for @nolofinwean-week   | 
Day 1 –  Fingolfin &
Anairë

Aredhel
© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project 

eikyuuyuki:

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Following
the success of Fëanorian Week and Gondolin Week with so many support and love from
you guys, and for tons of messages we ( @windrelyn ) have received since yesterday asking if
we are going to celebrate Nolofinwëan Week, we decided that…YES! We’re in!

Nolofinwëan
Week 2019 will happen from August 4th
to August 10th, 2019
* for full seven days! Details for each day
is as follow.

Day 1 – August 4th: Fingolfin &
Anairë

Day 2 – August 5th: Fingon

Day 3 – August 6th: Turgon & Elenwë

Day 4 – August 7th: Aredhel

Day 5 – August 8th: Argon

Day 6 – August 9th: Idril

Day 7 – August 10th: Maeglin

*We
choose this particular period because it includes number “456”, which was the
year our High King Fingolfin challenged the Dark Lord Morgoth.

ANY
forms of fan works: edits, fanfics, meta, fan art, video, etc. is accepted and
appreciated.

To participate, please add #nolofinweanweek
to your posts.

As always, our box is open for any questions and suggestions!

It’s the 5th age in Middle Earth. All races live together in relative peace. Owning a sword that glows blue is considered offensive toward orcs and goblins. A vocal minority insists that they’re not offensive and are important historical artifacts.

The Silmarillion aesthetic | The Hidden Kingdom | The Dreams of Doriath

..and this inner land, which was long named Eglador, was after called Doriath, the guarded kingdom, Land of the Girdle.

July—another month gone by, and with that comes a new Elvish Lesson. So in the High-elven tongue, the seventh month of the year was named Cermië (Cerveth being its Sindarin equivalent). As to the meaning of that name, there are actually surprisingly few references. However, in my research I did discover that one of the meanings of the Quenya root ‘cerm’ is ‘to give’. By this, I’m assuming that Cermië was the month of harvest or plenty (though don’t take my word for it).

As for the above picture, July always reminds me of Lothlórien somehow.

“It is said by the Eldar that in water there lives yet the echo of the Music of the Ainur more than in any substance that is in this Earth.”

The Music of the Aunir is the history of Middle Earth. Well, Beleriand drowned. And then Numenor drowned. So I guess the history of Middle Earth is for things to drown? Honestly it makes sense. Maybe Sauron was supposed to get the ring, so Iluvatar could down everything else. 

Frodo: Lady Galadriel, what’s that on your hand?

Galadriel: Nenya.

Frodo: Nenya?

Galadriel: Nenya business.

The Silmarillion aesthetic | F i n g o l f i n |

Time stands still

Lord
of all Noldor
A star in the night and a bearer of hope
He rides into his glorious battle alone
Farewell to the valiant warlord

Blind Guardian – Time Stands Still (At The Iron Hill)

art Silmarillion Heraldry by Aglargon