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Who is Galadriel of the Confluence Age?

In Literature on May 30, 2010 at 10:56 am

Galadriel has been depicted with three distinguishing attributes: ring, water and mirror.

Facts commonly known about Galadriel:

Galadriel is a character created by J. R. R. Tolkien, appearing in his Middle-earth legendarium. She was a royal Elf of both the Noldor and the Teleri. Towards the end of her stay in Middle-earth she was co-ruler of Lothlórien along with her husband, Lord Celeborn. Tolkien refers to her as “the mightiest and fairest of all the Elves that remained in Middle-Earth” and the “greatest of elven women”. When the Rings of Power were forged, Galadriel distrusted Annatar (one of Sauron’s appearances), the lore master who guided Celebrimbor and the other Noldor of Eregion. It later turned out that this distrust was justified, as he was finally revealed to be Sauron, pretending to be an emissary. When Sauron attacked Eregion, Galadriel was entrusted with one of the Three Rings of the Elves. Her Ring was Nenya, the Ring of Water or the Ring of Adamant. Conscious of Sauron’s power, and wishing to thwart it, she did not use the Ring as long as the One Ring was in his hands. However, during the Third Age, when the One Ring was lost, she put it to use. Its power might have been related to the Mirror of Galadriel, a large bowl of water in which visions of the past, present, and future could be seen. She may also have used it in the defense of Lórien, and the ring may have assisted her in making Lórien a fair refuge. Galadriel maintained constant vigilance against Sauron and often strove with him in thought. Sauron was said to have great desire to see into her mind; but so long as he did not have the One Ring, it was impossible. By this time, Galadriel had become the most powerful individual Elf ruler in Middle-earth (though ruling only a small area), and the foremost of the remaining Exiles. [For more details see Wikipedia]

The image of Galadriel

Facts from the Gita of the Confluence Age and the Nectar of Gita Knowledge:

  • Where is purity, there is unity, peace, happiness and prosperity.
  • The one who remains stable in his dharm (religion, duties) has might. Religion is might.
  • The slogan of the end is, ‘Bharat Mata Shiva Shakti Avatar!’. She becomes the most important and the most powerful in the reality.
  • Water symbolizes the water of knowledge, mirror symbolizes the Father, who is the greatest Mirror (arsi). The one who absorbs both, the entire knowledge and the whole Father, to the greatest extent is Radha, called also, the one who assimilates/absorbs Ram (ram ko dharan karnevali).
  • The Sauron of the Confluence Age, ever in his sweetest and most deceitful forms, was never able to corrupt her. • The pure soul experiences vision. The Father entertains the pure soul through visions.
  • The purest one among all human soul in the one playing the role of the Lakshmi of the Confluence Age.

Based on the above mentioned points, it may be right to think that the Myth of Galadriel is a memorial of the Lakshmi of the Confluence Age who is the purest, hence the fairest and the mightiest; she is the true Radha (she has water and mirror); she never becomes spoilt or corrupt by false authorities; she sustains the community of the deities in the Confluence Age (remembered in the West as elves, not angels as the Brahma Kumaris say); as the true Radha who possesses the Mirror, she can enable everyone to see the past, present and future, so she is the one who distributes Knowledge in practice. Finally, it is the Lakshmi of the Confluence Age who is the greatest deity (elf), as she should be placed above Narayan according to the Divine Code.

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