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 looking at the world, past present and the future from the eyes of satin.           When secret society of illuminati talks, they talk in secret symbols, and when they purplish their books or make movies to inform and teach each other they use the same method.                                                                         When you view and understand the real meaning of The Lord of the  RING s, you will be filled almost immediately with the most unbelievable sense of deep, pervasive Satanism. Almost immediately, and throughout the movie, you will feel a great, great power of evil emanating from the screen. This movie is far more Satanic and pure evil than Harry Potter. The Quran and the Bible absolutely forbids, methods, and doctrines of Satin                                                                                                                                                                                   The movie industry descended into the place where the satin has been declared the future False Prophet by the Illuminati, and they have fallen to this place over the past 1,200 years by practicing Syncretism. This Lord of the  RING s fiasco is simply the latest, and most blatant, example.                                                                             Lord of the RING s: True Mythology:-
The top-selling books on the soaring popularity of myth, magic and mystical forces in post-Christian world. Harry Potter's theme and thrills are simpler, more readable for today's visually oriented youth. But Tolkien's sophisticated mythology has gathered a huge following through the decades.  Both stories involve wizards, spells, mythical creatures and magic charms. The man and his message. John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (1892-1973) the primary focus of his life was his mythical Middle-earth, headed by a distant and impersonal "God" who might confuse rather than clarify the nature of the Quranic and Biblical God conception. He equipped his team of mythical heroes the fellowship of the RING with the pagan powers that God forbids. One of the most interesting charicteres in the movie is the wizard "Gandalf is, of course, a satanic human being (Man or Hobbit). I would venture to say that he was”
the anti Christ, Addajal,  Assameri, Somerti the maker of the American grate seal”. with the other Istari, wizards, 'those who know', an emissary from the Lords of the West, sent to Middle-earth as the great crisis of Sauron loomed on the horizon. By 'incarnate'." perish on the Bridge Gandalf really 'died' and was changed to comeback in the next movie as Gandalf the white.... 'I am Gandalf the White, who has returned from death'."( the idea of reincarnation is Egyptian in origin )

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(this is the logo for the communist revolution its very much looks like Gandalf the grey)"The realm of the Middle Earth lies within each of us, so cast the gold RING over the map, and foretell the future through the cards. Read the history of illuminati through the past ages and the future plans for the next age, the new world order, the age of antichrist, the age of satin. The Lord of the RING s Oracle is a new and extraordinary divinatory system based on the bestselling Lord of the RING s... a story laden with mysterious magic, in between the lines illuminati uncovers their real face, their satanic history plans and dreams", the story of the lord of rings is newly presented as 3 different movies, the fellow ship of ring,

The Two Towers, that enacts the gulf war and the invasion of Kuwait, and third is the coming of the king which in acts the coming of the antichrist, the three movies are not the whole thing, what comes before these 3 movies, is the story of the Hopits, that talks about the establishment of illuminati.

"Lord Of The RING s: The Fellowship Of The  RING "  J.R.R. Tolkien was born in the year Jan 3rd,1902 in Bloemfontein in racist south Africa for a British parentes who migrated their, he formed the illuminati broveian sosaiaty club known as T.C.B.S.  J.R.R. Tolkien was a professor of medieval literature at Oxford University when he wrote the RING trilogy between 1937 and 1949 and, since their publication in 1954/55, apparently some 100M people have consumed them, Tolkin was a member of the Boroveian club one of illuminati clubs for the recruitments of other masons and for devil worshiping, that was in racest south Africa. Director Peter Jackson shot three films in one mammoth undertaking, taking 15 months and $300M and deploying 300 crew members and 20,000 extras.the first is the lord of the rings, then the two toweres, and thered the return of the king.                                                                                                                                  In the movie is a bewildering array of strange names and it's not always clear what's going on. Beyond doubt the "Lord of the  RING s" is laden with mysticism & symbolism. The wide-ranging connections made to this symbolism are current with Tolkien's times as well as historic and biblical. The struggles between light and darkness have been compared to the rebellion of satin on God. Within one of Tolkiens books called "Silmarillion Tolkien included a brief poem entitled "The Riddle of Strider". In the movie and in the book, "Strider", also known as Aragorn, is the son of the slain King of mortal men. (he resembles the Christian west defending and nurturing Israel)
"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring ;
Renewed shall be the blade that was broken,
The crownless shall again be king.
"(the crownless, is the antichrist, the coming king of the devils)
 The poem is also laden with symbolism for enduring life and rebirth in the reference to roots, frost, wither and a flame rising from ashes. These are all strong references to the "return" of yet another King, yet one uncrowned:  antichrist.
What does all this mean?
Three  RING s for the Elven - kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf - lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One  RING  to rule them all,
One  RING  to find them,
One  RING  to b RING  them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie

We know that illuminati are in control of what we see and hear and even street roomers. Media is the main tool that illuminati uses to control the world, and one of the media tools is movies, the latest in their fiasco is The Lord of the Rings this movie is almost a complete record of who are they what’s their history who are their leaders and who are their enemies . The Lord of the Rings is different than all the movies of illuminati before, because its written by some one who is very knowledgeable of the illuminati’s history, that history is very secretive, and meant to be kept away from any body else, except their leaders. But Tolkien spoke, expecting that nobody will understand what he is talking about, But for those who are looking at things in with their hears its very obvious. This movie reenacting the history of  the relationship, between God and human, from satins point of view, it talks about God and Islam in a very evil way.                                                                                                                                           Solving the Riddle of names and chricteres of the lord of the rings. Look at the history of God’s Messages, and the present world, from the eyes of satin. J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord of the RING s Transcript:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The Rings of Power and The Third Age – Prologue [Black screen]

Narrator (V.O.)

I amar prestar aen. The world is changed.
Han mathon ne nen. I feel it in the waters.
(witches tool of looking into the future in Arabic the tool is named Al-Mandal, famous in Jordan a plate of water)

Han mathon ne chae. I feel it in the earth.
A han noston ned 'wilith. I smell it in the air.
Much that once was is lost. For none now live who remember it.
 
(Remember what? What was that, that was lost?)
[The words 'The Lord of the Rings' appear in gold lettering on the screen, the screen fades back to black, then a fire comes onto the screen. A pair of tongs are seen pouring a heated liquid into a mould.]  
It began with the forging of the Great Rings. (the forging of the  RING s,  means the revelation of the books of god to has messengers, starting with the Torah) 
[Three Elf hands are seen, each wearing one of the elven rings, which each have jewels on them. We see the Elves looking at the rings on their fingers.]
Three were given to the Elves: immortal, wisest and fairest of all beings. (one of the Jewish tribes and the  RING s are one for the book of Abraham, one is the book of Mosses and one for the book of David, the trips that lived in the north side of Israel after the split in the Jewish kingdom,  the north and yahooda samera in west bank) 
Seven to the Dwarf-lords: great miners and craftsmen of the mountain halls.
(the dwarves are a second Jewish tribes, the southern kingdom in west bank, the 7  RING s are 7 kings of Israeli) (miners of the mountains of Palestine and what they are mining is myth! Myth of Israeli, or methril “ myth of Israel, they mean the Torah and found all the myth of the Torah).

[We see the dwarves take their rings.]
And nine. Nine rings were gifted to the race of men, who above all else desire power. (the kings of the Arabic people, in the old Arabic history, it’s the Jewish mentality that they are the chosen ones above the mankind) [The men are seen with their rings.]   
For within these rings was bound the strength and will to govern each race. But they were all of them deceived.
(who is the one who gave them those  RING s? Is it God? If so, why they say he deceived them, God is not a Deceiver) [We see a map of Middle-earth, which darkens as the screen blacks out.]
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For another ring was made. (what is the land of mordor? Is it the land of the Arabian peninsula, look at the map they used as the aria of middle earth, you will see “murdur” is just like the map of the Arabian peninsula but they put it side way)    [Map is shown again, this time showing Mordor.]
In the
land of Mordor, in the fires of Mount Doom, the Dark Lord Sauron forged in secret a Master Ring to control all others. (who is the dark lord sauron? Are they talking about God,? God  is not a dark lord, is that how satin view God) [We see Mount Doom, a volcano, spitting out lava from the top. We see Sauron's face, wearing a golden mask. Then we see a more distant shot of Sauron, this time holding something up in his hand.] (Sauron = Soar on top of us = God)
  And into this Ring he poured his cruelty, his malice, and his will to dominate all life.
(are they talking about God, and the book God has revealed to the Arabs, “the holy book, the Quran”, the book that God poured in it some of the love and mercy and justice for the good of every living thing).   [Fire blots out his image, and in the fire we see round, gold ring. We see a close shot of Sauron, with the Ring on his hand. The camera zooms in on the Ring, which has fiery Elvish letters on it.]
 
One Ring to rule them all. (the Quran rules all the other books and kingdomes). [Once again, we see a map of Middle-earth. A dark cloud originating from Mordor spreads to the rest of Middle-earth.]
  One by one, free lands of Middle-earth fell to the power of the Ring. (of the world kingdoms, 1400 years ago, actually  the enslaved by satin and his fowlers, Europe, and parts of middle east, the power of the Quran and Islam ), [The map blends into a village in Middle-earth, where people are running away from Orcs, who are brandishing axes, and burning down houses.]
But there were some who resisted.
(the crusades and the Spanish wars of Andalusia, and Spain, and Jews, and Masones) [We see an army of men marching, then a long shot of the battle field, where there are thousands of Men, Elves, and Orcs in battle, marching towards each other. The camera moves up to show Mount Doom.]
A last alliance of Men and Elves marched against the armies of Mordor. And on the slopes of Mount Doom, they fought for the freedom of Middle-earth. (armies of Arabia and Islam, freedom of  the devils way in Europe) [We see an Orc snarling, then a line of archers shooting arrows. Once again, we see a long shot of the battle field, with Orcs falling off cliff tops as they are shot. There are tens of thousands on the battle field. Then we see close shots of an army of Elves and men, commanded by Elrond.]

Elrond:

Tangado haid! Leithio i philinn!
[Translation: "Hold [your] positions! Fire the arrows!"] [The Elves/Men have their shields drawn, and as the Orcs charge towards them, they draw their swords and fight them. Many Orcs fall.]

Victory was near. But the power of the Ring could not be undone. (The power of the Quran is from God, that’s how satin view’s God) [Sauron appears, and with him, a hazy cloud. We see a close up shot of his hand, which is wearing the Ring. The fiery letters are very clear. Sauron swings his mace, and the men and Elves against him are flung outwards, yelling in pain. The king charges forward, trying to kill Sauron. Sauron slashes at him, flinging him to the ground. His sword falls. Isildur, his son, runs to his side, and takes off his helmet.]  (if you look at the drawing of souron you would see a very ugly picture of a person with a crown on his head,  the crown spills the word Allah in Arabic)     
It was in this moment, when all hope had faded, that Isildur, son of the king, took up his father's sword.
 (The destruction of the Muslim empire in Spain, Al Andalusia and the crusades) [As he grabs at the sword, Sauron steps on it, breaking it. Still holding the hilt of the broken sword, Isildur slashes at Sauron's hand, cutting off the finger which wears the Ring. The finger, still with the Ring on it, falls to the ground, as Sauron falls backwards. Isildur sits up and leans over the Ring, as Sauron is destroyed in a light that seems to come from his body. A bright light comes from him, and a cloud spreads over the battlefield, killing all the Orcs and Sauron's allies. Sauron's helmet falls to the ground, smoke coming out of it.]
Sauron, the enemy of the Free peoples of Middle-earth, was defeated.
(the enslaved people by satin and ignorance, Europe, dark ages)[Isildur, amazed, picks up Sauron's finger, with the Ring on it.]
  The Ring passed to Isildur, who had this one chance to destroy evil forever.
(the crusades and the Spanish empire, to destroy Islam and the Quran)[We see the Ring in Isildur's hand, and as he holds it, the finger of Sauron turns to powder.]
 
But the hearts of men are easily corrupted. And the Ring of power has a will of its own. (satin always finds that the goodness in the hearts of people is unbreakable)[We see Isildur on a horse, and the Ring on a chain around his neck. He is attacked by Orcs. One jumps onto his back, and the others shoot him with their arrows. He is seen in the Great River, dead, with three arrows in his back.] (is that how satin view’s the Muslim fighters)

It betrayed Isildur to his death(the Quran is always the winner).
[The Ring is seen floating down to the bottom of the river.]
  And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend; legend became myth. And for two and a half thousand years the Ring passed out of all knowledge. Until, when chance came, it ensnared a new bearer.
(the secret of the Quran, or a book that explains the Quran, actually its 250 years, since the end of Muslim rule in Andalusia in 1490 ). [The screen fades to black. Then we see the same part of the river, some time later. We then see the Ring, half buried, still on the river floor. A hand is seen closing over it.]

Gollum:

My preciousss. (the Turks and new Muslim Kingdome the Othman empire) [We see Gollum holding the Ring in his hand, then a shot of the Misty Mountains.]

The Ring came to the creature Gollum who took it deep into the tunnels of the Misty Mountains. And there it consumed him. (Muslim rule was in Egypt by the Nile River for a short time, then the Turks took it from the Egyptians) (deep into Eastern Europe, and the mountains of Turkey in Asia miner) [We see Gollum, deep in a cave, squatting on a rock, looking at the Ring in his hand.]

Gollum:

It came to me. My own. My love. My own. My Preciousss... Gollum...

Narrator (V.O.)

The Ring brought to Gollum unnatural long life. For 500 years it poisoned his mind. And in the gloom of Gollum's cave it waited. (the Othman empire lasted for 500 years, Quran for satin is poison) [Screen blacks out, then we see an indistinct shape, which comes into focus: a full moon. The image sharpens more, and we see it behind the cover of a tree.]

Darkness crept back in the forest of the world. Rumour grew of a shadow in the East, whispers of a nameless fear. ( the isolation of the Othman empire, the Othman falls into its dark ages, the Othman lack behind in civilization, the dark ages in the entire Moslem world )[We see a ripple in the Great Lake, the screen merges into a shot of a red sunset.]
And the Ring of Power perceived its time had now come( the Othman empire collapsed, they lost the Khilafah in the Muslim world,.the coming of the Masonic and illuminati of the eastern temple)[We hear the sound of metal on rock, echoing through Gollum's cave, and see the Ring falling.]
 
It abandoned Gollum. But something happened then, the Ring did not intend. It was picked up by the most unlikely creature imaginable. (it’s written in the Quran that the Muslims will lose power at the end of the Othman empire by the 1900s, God mentioned in the Quran that the Jews will get the leadership and Kingdome’s of the world for a small period of time,  read chapter 17  from 108 to 115))[A hand is seen on the Ring.]

Bilbo: (A Jew, Nathan Roth schild )What's this?

A Hobbit. Bilbo Baggins of the Shire. ( Bag end, the envelop that carries the letter, the message, the one that carry the secrets of the message, the old message, the Torah, and the secrets of the Quran) [We see a full view of a Hobbit, who fingers it, then smiles.]

Bilbo:

A ring. ( Bag end, the envelop that carries the letter, the message, the one that carry the secrets of the message, the old message, the Torah, and the secrets of the Quran)

Gollum:

[Offstage, in the distance]: Lost! My Precious is lost!!! (the Ottomans and the Muslims loses their power, and the leadership of the Muslim world)

[We see the outside of the Misty Mountains, now moving away from them.]
For the time would soon come when Hobbits would shape the fortunes of all.
(Israeli and the Jews, controls all the money, and fortunes of the all the nations, and the world).  [The screen blacks out.]

A Long Expected Party (60 years after the collapse of the Othman impure, the time come for the establishment of Israel) [Screen fades in, and we a scene in the woods, where a Frodo is sitting under a tree, reading a book. All is green and peaceful, and bird are singing loudly. The words "The Fellowship of the Ring" appear, then 'The Shire... 60 years later.' We hear a voice singing.]

Gandalf: (the Jewish false messiah,  the antichrist, Assameri, Addajal)

[Sings]: Down from the door where it began,
[Hums/Half mutters]: Now far ahead the road as gone, And I must follow if I can...
[Frodo stands up, taking a pipe out of his mouth as he does so. He looks across the woods, and as he does so, his face breaks into a sudden smile, and he runs off. We see the back of a cart, and of Gandalf, who is singing.]

Gandalf: [Sings]:
The Road goes ever on and on, Down from the door where it began, Now far ahead the road has gone, And I must follow if I can.
[Frodo comes to the side of the path on which Gandalf's cart is travelling. He folds his arms.]

Frodo: 

You're late.

( if you read it in reverse it will be odorf = frodo, sunds like odolf, odolf hitler)

Gandalf:

[sternly]: A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to. (a devil worshiper devil magician) [They look at each other for a moment, as though trying to keep a straight face. Then, as Gandalf's mouth begins to twitch, their faces both break into sudden smiles, and they laugh richly. Frodo jumps onto Gandalf's lap, arms outstreched.]

Frodo:

It's wonderful to see you, Gandalf!

Gandalf:

[He catches him, embracing him as he does so, swaying from side to side with Frodo in his arms, laughing once again. They break apart, and Gandalf looks at Frodo.]
You didn't think I'd miss your uncle Bilbo's birthday?
[He touches Frodo's face affectionately, and laughs.]

Frodo:

What news of the outside world? Tell me everything!

Gandalf:

Everything? You're far to eager and curious for a Hobbit. Most unnatural... (what age is it? Is he the designer of those ages) [The cart approaches the mill.] Well, what can I tell you? Life in the wide world goes on, much as it has this past Age. [They cross a narrow stone bridge.] Full of its own comes and goings. Scarcely aware of the existence of Hobbits. For which I am very thankful. (all Masons, magicians and satin worshipers are grateful for the Jews, their helpers, and  allies, in the war against God, and against those who love God).[The cart passes through a crowded marketplace, where Hobbits can be seen going about their daily tasks, leading pigs and goats, exchanging goods, or just eating.]

Hobbit:

[Waves] Look! It's Gandalf! [Gandalf tips his hat.] [The cart moves out of the marketplace, and on, to the top of a slope, where we are given a magnificent view of a more quiet part of the Shire, which is lush, and green. Several hobbit-holes can be seen beneath the hills.]

Gandalf:

Ooh - The long expected party. [We see a group of twenty or so hobbits working on party preparations. Ten or so try to keep a tent up, while others carry tables and chairs.]

Hobbit:

Hold it! [Hobbits can be seen putting up a banner saying 'Happy Birthday Bilbo Baggins'. As it is raised, the Hobbits cheer, and they clap and cheer more loudly when it stays up.]

Hobbbits:

Yeah, Bilbo, yay, up we go... etc... [Gandalf and Frodo continue on, on what seems to be a grassy path through the woods.]

Gandalf:

So how is the old rascal? I hear it's going to be a party of special magnificence!

Frodo:

You know Bilbo. He's got the whole place in an uproar. (is that the birth of Israel, and the end of the age order, that will end by the establishment of Israel, the completion of the base of the pyramid, refer to the grate seal on the dollar)

Gandalf:

Now, well, that should please him.

Frodo:

Half the Shire's been invited! He is up to some thing (establishment of Israel, world war II, and the end of generation order it have to finish with celebration by igniting wars, and drinking of the blood of 50 million people, as victims of  the war world II, that’s how satin celebrates)

Gandalf:

Indeed, Good gracious me! (Indeed secrets).

Frodo:

He's up to something.

Gandalf:

Hmm... [Mutters]

Frodo:

All right then, keep your secrets.
[The cart passes a hobbit-hole, with a chimney breathing white clouds of smoke, and a line of clothing hung on its roof. Two Hobbits stand by the gate, talking, and wave as the cart passes them by.]
Before you came along, we Bagginses were very well thought of.

Gandalf:

Indeed.

Frodo:

Never had any adventures or did anything unexpected. (all these ideas came from this man named Gandalf, or the antichrist) (like burning the world and build the structure of satin)

Gandalf: If you're referring to the incident with dragon, (world war II)I was barely involved. (it was clear that the Hoppits,  I mean the Jews ware behind world war I).[Gandalf looks at Frodo; Frodo looks back doubtfully.]
All I did was give your uncle a little nudge out of the door
. (Nudge out the door, that was the purpose of all the killing of Jews, to nudge them out of Europe because they didn’t want to get out of the doors of Europe to and into the doers of Palestine, not for their good but for the next world war III, its been the  plan to have the next world war between the Zionist movement and the Arab leaders, that’s why England was very eager to form the Arab leag of states, read about the plans of Albert Pike, the founder of illuminati and KKK)

Frodo:

[Half-laughing]: Whatever you did, you've been officially labelled a disturber of the peace.

Gandalf:

[Mutters]: Oh, really? [A hobbit by the name of 'Proudfoot' sees Gandalf, while sweeping the front of his house, and eyes him rather sourly. Hobbit children are seen running through the fields, and following the cart.]

Hobbit kids:

Gandalf! Gandalf's here!! GanDALF!, (make us a war, ignite a war) [The Hobbit kids climb a fence, and run past the gate at which the Proudfoot hobbit and his wife are standing. The Proudfoot hobbit mouths something, then closes his mouth, as though pained. Soon, the Hobbit children come to the road that the cart is on, and stand on one fork of it.]

Hobbit kids:

Fireworks, Gandalf... Gandalf! Fireworks, Gandalf...[Gandalf takes the other fork.]

Hobbit kids:

Ohhhh... [Gandalf lets some fireworks out of the back of the wagon.
The Hobbit children jump up and down, and cheer. Frodo smiles to himself, then looks at Gandalf, rather amused.]

Gandalf:

Oooh... [Laughs] Oooh... [The Proudfoot hobbit laughs, and as he does so, his wife walks towards him, hands on her hips, giving him a rather quelling look. His smile vanishes, and he adopts a grumpy expression.] [The cart comes to the woods, and slows down.]

Frodo:

[Holds onto one of the posts of the wagon.] Gandalf - I'm glad you're back.

Gandalf:

So am I, dear boy. [Frodo jumps off the wagon, and waves, as he leaves.] [Mutters to himself]:

So am I.[Frodo runs off into the fields, and Gandalf continues on to Bag End. As he stops his cart in front of it, Gandalf looks at the hobbit-hole, and sighs in satisfaction. He opens the gate, which reads 'No admittance except on party business,' then continues on to the front door, which he knocks on, with his staff.]

Bilbo:

No, thank you! We don't want any more visitors, well-wishers, or distant relations!

Gandalf:

And what about very old friends? (if the Sameri is still alive he would be a very very old “not a friend to the Jews for sure” even if they thought so, and he would be about 3,333 years old. How?) [Bilbo opens his front door.]

Bilbo:

Gandalf?

Gandalf:

Bilbo Baggins. [Holds his hands out to him.]

Bilbo:

My dear Gandalf! [He walks towards Gandalf, who kneels down and embraces him.]

Gandalf:

Good to see you. One hundred and eleven years old. Who would believe it? [Looks at Bilbo.] You haven't aged a day. [They both laugh.] (the magical numbers of 111)

Bilbo:

Come on, come in! Welcome, welcome. [Shuts the door.] (if Bilbo Baggin is 111 years old,  then how old is Gandalf!). [Mutters]: Oh, here we are. [He takes Gandalf's stick and hat.]

Tea? Or maybe something a little stronger. I've got a few of bottles of the old Winyard left. 1296. Very good year. Almost as old as I am. Ha ha ha ha ha. It was laid down by my father. What's say we open one, eh?(So, if 1296 is the year he was born that means in the movie it’s about the year 1400. is this hint of a very important age started in this year in real history, 1296 the time of the crusades Gandalf:

Just tea, thankyou. [Gandalf hits his head on one of the lights. Then, as he's putting it straight, he hits his head on the ceiling.] Ohh...

Bilbo:

[Mutters in the background]: I was expecting you sometime last week. Not that it matters. You come and go as you please. Always have done and always will. You caught me a bit unprepared, I'm afraid. We've only got some cold chicken and a bit of pickle... There's some cheese. Oh no, that won't do. We've got rasberry jam, an apple tart... But not much for afters. Oh, no, we're all right. I've just found some sponge cake.[Gandalf looks at some maps on the table.]

Bilbo:

I can make you some eggs if you li-- Ganda- Gandalf?

Gandalf:

Just tea, thank you.

Bilbo:

Oh, right. [Stuffs some cake in his mouth, and mumbles]: You don't mind if I eat, do you?

Gandalf:

No, not at all.

Female Hobbit:

[Bangs on door.] Bilbo! Bilbo Baggins. [Bangs on door more loudly.]

Bilbo:

I'm not at home! I've got to get away from these confounded relatives, hanging on the bell all day, never giving me a moment's peace. I want to see mountains again, mountains, Gandalf. And then find somewhere quiet where I can finish my book... Oh - tea!

Gandalf:

So you mean to go through with your plan, then? ( what plans, is it the plan of establishing Israel)

Bilbo:

Yes, yes, it's all in hand. All the arrangements are made. [Bilbo gets the tea, and Gandalf takes the lid off for him.]

Bilbo:

Oh, thank you.

Gandalf:

Frodo suspects something.

Bilbo:

'Course he does. He's a Baggins! Not some blockheaded Bracegirdle from Hardbottle.

Gandalf:

You will tell him, won't you.

Bilbo:

Yes, yes.

Gandalf:

He's very fond of you.

Bilbo:

I know. He'd probably come with me if I asked him. I think in his heart, Frodo's still in love with the Shire. The woods, the fields. Little rivers. I'm old, Gandalf. I know I don't look it, but I'm beginning to feel it in my heart. I feel thin. Sort of stretched, like butter, scraped over too much bread. I need a holiday. A very long holiday. And I don't expect I shall return. In fact, I mean not to. [The night of the party. Bilbo and Gandalf are sitting outside Bag End together.]

Bilbo:

Old Toby. The finest weed in the Southfarthing. [Bilbo blows a smoke ring, and Gandalf blows a ship that goes through it.]

Bilbo:

Gandalf, my old friend. This will be a night to remember. [Fireworks go off, everyone cheers. It is the night of the party, and Hobbits are dancing to music.]

Bilbo:

[Is talking to some guests.] Hello, hello. Fatty Bolger. Lovely to see you. Welcome, welcome!

Frodo: (frodo is in resemblanse of israel in its quist to destroy Islam)

Go on, Sam, ask Rosie for a dance!

Sam: (uncle sam, the USA, THE helper and frind of israel “frodo”)

I think I'll just have another ale.

Frodo:

Oh, no you don't! Go on! [Sam stands up for another ale, but Frodo pushes him towards Rosie. They dance. Frodo laughs.] [Gandalf lets off a bright blue firework, that opens out over party site.] [Bilbo is sitting on a low bench, telling a group of young Hobbit children a story.]

Bilbo:

So there I was, at the mercy of three monstrous trolls. And they were all arguing amongst themselves about how they were going to cook us. Whether it be turned on a spit, or whether they should sit on us one by one, squash us, to jelly.

Hobbit girl: [Gasps]

Bilbo:

And they spent so much time arguing, the whitertos and the whyfors that the sun's first light crept over the top of the trees -poof-

Hobbit kids: [Gasp]

Bilbo:

And turned them all to stone! [Nods] [Gandalf takes out some fireworks from a wagon in a tent. As he leaves, Merry and Pippin come out from behind the tent.]

Pippin:

[Whispers]: Quickly! [Merry gives Pippin a leg up onto the wagon.] [Gandalf is letting off some butterfly fireworks for the young Hobbit children.]

Gandalf:

Oh! Up they go! (word war II, that’s the best that makes satin and his helpers the happiest)[Pippin takes out a cracker.]

Merry:

No, no, the big one, big one. [Pippin takes out a dragon shaped one. Pippin lights it.]

Pippin:

Done. [Pushes the top end towards Merry.]

Merry:

You're supposed to stick it in the ground. [Pushes it back to Pippin.]

Pippin:

It is in the ground! [Pushes it back to Merry, who pushes it back to Pippin.]

Merry:

Outside... [They continue pushing the lit firework back and forth.]

Pippin:  This was your idea! [Cracker goes off, and Merry and Pippin are both thrown to the ground. The cracker lets out fireworks, and the Hobbits cheer. Then it turns into a fiery dragon. The Hobbits scream and run away from it, knocking down tables of food as they do so.] (world war II blow up in their faces and turned against them)

Frodo:

[To himself]: Bilbo... [Loudly]: Bilbo, watch out for the dragon!

Bilbo:

Dragon? Nonsense, there hasn't been a dragon in these parts for a thousand years! [The 'dragon' passes overhead, and slowly, the Hobbits who had been crouching down, begin to lift their heads. The 'dragon' then goes off in to the distance, filling the sky with fireworks.] (un expected killing of the Jews, or was it?) (Germany got burned at the end of world war II)

Hobbits:

Oh! [They cheer.]

Merry:

That was good!

Pippin:

Let's get another one. (In Gandalf wagon a lot more, world war III, the next dragon fireworks)

Gandalf:

[Grabs them by the ears.] Meriadoc Brandybuck and Peregrin Took. I might've known.

[Merry and Pippin are seen washing up the dishes. Gandalf sits nearby, watching them, drinking tea, and smoking.]

The Hobbit crowd

Speech, Bilbo! Speech! [They cheer and clap.]

Frodo:

Speech! [Bilbo walks up to the front of the crowd.]

Bilbo: (the 12 Jewish trips, the trips of Israel) My dear 1-Bagginses and 2-Boffins! [Cheers from the crowd.] 3-Tooks and 4-Brandybucks! [Cheers from the crowd.5-Grubbs! [More cheers.] 6-Chubbs! [Yet more cheers.] 7Hornblowers! [Cheers]8-Bolgers! [Cheers] 9-Bracegirdles! And 10-Proudfoots! !(plus 11- the dwarves, 12-the elves. They all have the same ears because they all related )

Proudfoot:

Proudfeet! [The crowd laughs, as Bilbo waves his hand dismissively, in the direction of the Proodfoot Hobbit.]

Bilbo:

Today is my one hundred and eleventh birthday! [Cheers from the crowd.]. (111 the magical numbers)

Hobbit in the crowd:

Happy Birthday!

Bilbo:

Alas. Eleventy one years is far too short a time to live amongst such excellent, and admirable Hobbits. I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.
[The Hobbits look at one another, as though trying to work out if this were a compliment. Gandalf eyes him, as though half-amused.]

I er ... I have things to do. [Puts his hand into his pocket, and takes out a gold ring.]

[Whispers]: I've put this off for far too long. I regret to announce this is the end. I'm going now. I bid you all a very fond farewell. (1945 the end base of the pyramid, and the beginning of the journey to take bake the Quran and Islam “the  RING ”,back to its origins and destroy it by the establishment of the state of Israel) [Whispers]: Goodbye.

[He vanishes, and the crowd gasps. Gandalf and Frodo look troubled. He makes his way back to Bag End, still invisible, and takes off his ring once he has closed the door behind him. He appears, laughing. He flips the ring into the air, then catches it, putting it back into his coat pocket. Humming, he picks up his stick, and enters the living room, where the fireplace is already lit.]

Gandalf:

I suppose you think that was terribly clever.

Bilbo:

[Gasps, looking around him, and seeing Gandalf.] Come on Gandalf. Did you see their faces? [Laughs]

Gandalf:

There are many magic rings in this world, Bilbo Baggins, and none of them should be used lightly! (for satin he dos not want any body to read any of God’s books)

Bilbo:

It was just a bit of fun... Oh, you're probably right, as usual... You will keep an eye on Frodo, won't you?

Gandalf:

Two eyes, as often as I can spare them.

Bilbo:

I'm leaving everything to him.

Gandalf:

What about this ring of yours, is that staying too?

Bilbo:

[Impatiently]: Yes, yes. It's in an envelope over there, on the mantlepiece... No, wait it's - here in my pocket. [Takes the ring out and fingers it.] Why - isn't that - isn't that odd, now. Yet after all that, why not. [Whispers]: Why shouldn't I keep it?

Gandalf:

I think you should leave the ring behind, Bilbo. Is that so hard?

Bilbo:

Well no... And yes. Now it comes to it, I don't feel like parting with it. It's mine! I found it! It came to me!

Gandalf:

There's no need to get angry.

Bilbo:

Well if I'm angry, it's your fault! ... It's mine. My own. My precious. [Eyes bulge]

Gandalf:

Precious? It's been called that before, but not by you.

Bilbo:

Oh, what business is it of yours what I do with my own things?!

Gandalf:

I think you've had that ring quite long enough.

Bilbo:

You want if for yourself!!

Gandalf:

[Rises up, and becomes very angry.]
BILBO BAGGINS! DO NOT TAKE ME FOR SOME CONJUROR OF CHEAP TRICKS! I AM NOT TRYING TO ROB YOU!!
[Becomes normal again.]I'm trying to help you. [He kneels down beside Bilbo, and places his hand on his shoulder.] All your long years, we've been friends. Trust me, as you once did, hmm? Let it go. (is it the time when he made the golden calf for the Israeli).

Bilbo:

You're right, Gandalf. The ring must go to Frodo. [Prepares to leave.] It's late, the road is long... Yes, it is time... [Walks out the front door.]

Gandalf:

Bilbo - the ring is still in your pocket.

Bilbo:

[Sheepishly]: Oh - yes. [Puts it on the palm of his hand, and turns his hand over, letting it drop. It does not bounce. Bilbo turns and walks out his door, and Gandalf follows him.]

Bilbo:

I've thought up an ending for my book. [He turns around to look at Gandalf.]"And he lived happily ever after, to the end of his days"

Gandalf:

And I'm sure you will, my dear friend.

Bilbo:

Goodbye Gandalf.

Gandalf:

Goodbye, dear Bilbo. [They shake hands.]

Bilbo:

[Bilbo leaves.] The road goes ever on and on, etc. (the road is the time)

Gandalf:

[Softly, to himself]: Until our next meeting.

Gandalf:

[Walks back into the house. He leans over the ring, and reaches out the touch it, but sees a red eye. He leaves it on the floor. The scene cuts out, and we see him sitting by the fire, smoking.]

Voice of Bilbo

It's mine. My own. My precious.

Gandalf:

Riddles in the dark...  (The history of Islam)

Frodo:

[In the distance]: Bilbo! [Opens door.] Bilbo! [Leans over, and picks up the ring.]

Gandalf:

A precious... Precious...

Frodo:

He's gone, hasn't he? (the state of Israel before 1967)

Gandalf:

[Lets out a puff of smoke.]

Frodo:

He talked so long about leaving. I didn't think he'd really do it... Gandalf?

Gandalf:

[Turns around to face Frodo.]

Frodo:

[Shows Gandalf the ring in the palm of his hand.]

Gandalf:

[Smiles] Bilbo's ring. He's gone to stay with the Elves. He's left you Bag End. (to live in Israel)[He holds out an envelope to Frodo, who puts the ring into it. Gandalf seals the envelope with a red stamp.] Along with all his possessions. The ring is yours now. [Gandalf holds out the envelope to Frodo, who, after a moment's pause, takes it.] [Whispers]: Put it somewhere out of sight. [Gandalf makes his way towards the front door.]

Frodo:

Where are you going?

Gandalf:

There are some things that I must see to.

Frodo:

[Follows him down the corridor.] What things?

Gandalf:

Questions.[He takes his staff and hat.] Questions that need answering.

Frodo:

You've only just arrived. I don't understand.

Gandalf:

[He looks troubled, and turns around to face Frodo.] Neither do I. [Bends over so that he face to face with Frodo.]Keep it secret. [Places his hand on Frodo's shoulder.] Keep it safe. [He leaves, and shuts the door.]

Frodo:

[Looks at the envelope in his hand.] [We see shots of Mount Doom, then Minas Morgul.]

Voice:

Shire! Shire! Baggins! [The Gates of Minas Morgul open, and the riders in black are seen riding out from them. Then the scene switches to Gandalf, who is riding up a slope and looking out onto Mount Doom. He then rides off to Minas Tirith, and enters a building full of old scrolls.] (a city was build after it was destroyed, is that the Arab countries and or is it Lebanon)

Gandalf:

[Reads]: The year 3434, of the Second Age. Here follows the account of Isildur, High King of Gondor, and the finding of the Ring of Power.[Images are seen of Isildur taking the Ring from the hand of Sauron.] It has come to me...

Gandalf :

(The white city is that the library of congress by the white house, or is itTahran the capotal of Iran, or is  it Lebanon) The One Ring, which shall be an heirloom of my kingdom. All those who follow in my bloodline shall be bound to its fate, for I will risk no hurt to the Ring. It is precious to me... [As Gandalf reads these lines, we see images from the Prologue: Isildur picks up Sauron's finger, which holds the Ring. As he lays it out on the palm of his hand, the finger is turned to a powder, and carried away with the wind.]

Gandalf:

...though I buy it with a great pain...

Gandalf :

The markings upon the band begin to fade. [We see images of Isildur fingering the Ring. As he does so, the markings begin to fade.]

Gandalf:

The writing which at first was as clear as red flame, has all but disappeared, a secret now that only fire can tell.
[The camera zooms in on Gandalf, who looks up from the scroll he has been reading.] [Scene switches to a house in the Shire. It is dark, and a man and his dog are standing outside the door, when a rider in black approaches. The dog starts barking, but backs into the house.]

Rider:

Shire. Baggins.

Hobbit:

There's no Bagginses around here. They're all up in Hobbiton. That way...[Rider leaves.]

 

The Shadow of the Past ( (The Muslim people looking for their identity)

[Scene switches to Hobbiton, where Frodo is at the Green Dragon Inn. Sam and Frodo leave, and pass by Rosie Cotton, a Hobbit Lass who is drying a cup.]

Sam:

Good night.

Rosie:

Good night. [Frodo and Sam leave, and walk back to Bag End.]

Frodo:

Good night, Sam. [Frodo enters Bag End, while Sam continues on his way home. Upon entering Bag End, Frodo finds the windows open, and his papers flying about the house. Suddenly, he feels a hand on his shoulder. He turns around, and sees Gandalf.]

Gandalf:

Is it secret? Is it safe?

Frodo:

[Searches in a box, where he finds the envelope he put the ring into.] Ah.

Gandalf:

[Grabs it from him, and throws it into the fire.]

Frodo:

What are you doing?

Gandalf:

[Takes it out from the fire with tongs, and holds it out to Frodo.] Hold out your hand, Frodo. It's quite cool.

Frodo:

[Holds out his hand, as though expecting it to be hot. Gandalf drops the ring onto his palm.]

Gandalf:

What can you see? Can you see anything?

Frodo:

[Examines the ring.]. Nothing. There's nothing.

Gandalf:

[Sighs in relief.]

Frodo:

Wait... There are markings. It's some form of Elvish. I can't read it.

Gandalf:

There are few who can. The language is that of Mordor, which I will not utter here.

Frodo:

Mordor?!

Gandalf: (one Quran to role them all, one Quran to b RING  them all and in the light of God bind them)In the common tongue, it says "One Ring to Rule them all, One Ring to find them. One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them." [Gandalf sits at the table, smoking, while Frodo makes tea.]

Gandalf:

This is the One Ring, forged by the Dark Lord, Sauron in the fires of Mount Doom, taken by Isildur from the hand of Sauron himself. (It was revealed in the mount mercy in the city of mercy. But satin see things the opposite)

Frodo:

Bilbo found it. In Gollum's cave.

Gandalf:

Yes. For 60 years the Ring lay quiet, in Bilbo's keeping, prolonging his life, delaying old age. But no longer, Frodo. Evil is stirring in Mordor. The Ring has awoken. It's heard its master's call.

Frodo: But he was destroyed. Sauron was destroyed. (the Jewish masons ware able to take the Muslim leadership from the Othman, The love of God and good cant be destroyed) [Sounds come from the Ring, and Gandalf and Frodo look at it, as though afraid of it.]

Gandalf:

[Whispers]: No, Frodo. The spirit of Sauron endured. His life force is bound to the Ring, and the Ring survived. Sauron has returned. His Orcs have multiplied, his fortress of Barad-dûr is rebuilt in the land of Mordor. (the cities in the Islamic world have been rebuilt, and prospered)

Sauron needs only this Ring to cover all the lands in a second darkness. (In a second lightness)He is seeking it. Seeking it, all his thought is bent on it. The Ring yearns above all else to return to the hand of its master. (the good hears of humanity will always look for God and his books that he reviled to his good messengers) [Whispers]: They are one. The Ring, and the Dark Lord. Frodo - he must never find it. (the good hears in Arabia and the Quran are one, and cant be divided) the good lord .(the good hearts will fined it)

Frodo:

[Takes the envelope containing the Ring, and walks into the next room, as though seeking for a place to hide it.]
All right. We put it away. We keep it hidden. We never speak of it again. No one knows it's here, do they?

Gandalf:

[Gandalf remains silent.]

Frodo:

[Fearfully]: Do they, Gandalf?[He turns around to face Gandalf.]

Gandalf:

There is one other that knew that Bilbo had the Ring. I looked everywhere for the creature Gollum. But the enemy found him first. . (the Turkish soofeis)We see shots of Gollum being tortured.]

I don't know how long they tortured him for. But amidst the endless screams and inane babble, they discerned two words.

Gollum

SHIRE! BAGGINS!

Frodo:

[As though horrified]: Shire! Baggins?! But that would lead them here! [The scene switches, and the riders in black are seen galloping across a road in the Shire. A Hobbit holds out a lantern.]

Hobbit:

Who goes there? [The hobbit's concerned expression turn to one of horror, as one of the riders swing a sword at his head.]

Frodo:

[Desperately]: Take it Gandalf! Take it! [Frodo holds out the Ring to Gandalf.]

Gandalf:

[He backs away fearfully.] [With fear in his voice]: No, Frodo.

Frodo:

[Urgently]: You must take it!

Gandalf:

[Firmly, yet fearfully]:You cannot offer me this Ring.

Frodo:

[Desperately]: I'm giving it to you!

Gandalf:

[Urgently, fearfully]: DON'T ... tempt me, Frodo!, (Addajal, Assameri is forbidden from the Quran, and from Entering  Jerusalem)

Frodo:

[Frodo lowers his hand.]

Gandalf:

I dare not take it. [Whispers]: Not even to keep it safe. Understand, Frodo, I would use this Ring from a desire                                    to do good.(to do evil) But through me, it would wield a power too great and terrible to imagine.(the power of the Quran is even grater if some one understands it, and follows it correctly )

Frodo:

But it cannot stay in the Shire!

Gandalf:

NO - no it can't.

Frodo:

[Closes his hand over the Ring.] What must I do? [We hear a cupboard door creaking, and we see Frodo packing to leave.]

Gandalf:

You must leave. And leave quickly.

Frodo:

Where? Where do I go?

Gandalf:

Get out of the Shire. Make for the village of Bree.

Frodo:

Bree... What about you?

Gandalf:

I'll be waiting for you, at the inn of the Prancing Pony.

Frodo:

And the Ring will be safe there?

Gandalf:

I don't know, Frodo. I don't have any answers. I must see the head of my order. He is both wise, and powerful. Trust me, Frodo. He'll know what to do. You'll have to leave the name of Baggins behind you, for that name is not safe outside the Shire. (going into the underground organizations as always firs thing is to change the name)Travel only by day, and stay off the road. (what is that order of magicians, wizards)

Frodo:

I can cut across country easily enough.

Gandalf:

My dear Frodo. Hobbits really are amazing creatures. You can learn all that there is to know about their ways in a month, and yet after a hundred years, they can still surprise you. [A clicking noise is heard. The camera view moves to the window.]

Gandalf:

Get down. [He takes his staff, slowly moving towards the window, then points his staff out of the window, and hits at something. Quickly, he grabs it from outside the window. It turns out to be a male Hobbit. He drops him onto the table.]

Confound it all, Samwise Gamgee! Have you been eavesdropping?

Sam:

I haven't been dropping no eaves, sir. Honest. I was just cutting the grass under the window there, if you follow me.

Gandalf:

A little late for trimming the verge, don't you think?

Sam:

I heard raised voices...

Gandalf:

What did you hear? SPEAK!

Sam:

N-n-n-nothing important. That is I heard a good deal about a ring, Dark Lord, and something about the end of the world, but, please Mr. Gandalf, sir, please don't 'urt me. Don't turn me into anything unnatural.

Gandalf:

No... Perhaps not... [Whispers]: I've thought of a better use for you.

Three is Company

[The next day, at dawn, Gandalf is seen leading his horse into the woods, with Frodo and Sam following him.]

Gandalf:

Come along, Samwise, keep up. Be careful, both of you. The enemy has many spies in his service: Birds, beasts... [To Frodo]: Is it safe?

Frodo:

Puts his hand over his coat pocket.

Gandalf:

Never put it on. For the agent of the Dark Lord will be drawn to its power. Always remember, Frodo. The Ring is trying to get back to its master. It wants to be found. [Gandalf rides off into the woods, birds are heard screeching.][Sam and Frodo set off. We see several shots of them travelling across the countryside. After some time, they come to a field, with knee-high crops. Sam stops.]

Sam:

This is it.

Frodo:

This is what?

Sam:

If I take one more step, it'll be the farthest away from home I've ever been.

Frodo:

[Walks back towards Sam.] Come on, Sam.

Sam:

[Takes step.]

Frodo:

[Puts his hand onto Sam's shoulder.]Remember what Bilbo used to say? [They continue walking.]

"It's a dangerous business... [Voice changes to Bilbo's.]

Bilbo :

Frodo, going out your door. You step out onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to." [Scene switches to Gandalf. He rides off to Isengard, to find Saruman, the head of his order. We see shots of him on the way to Isengard.](Eyes in Gard)

Saruman:

Smoke rises from the mountain of Doom, and the hour grows late, and Gandalf the Grey rides to Isengard, seeking my counsel. For that is why you have come, is it not? My old friend... .(Saruman resembles the kingdom of Al-Fatemeyeen, they ware Sheeah, but they went astray, when they used some Jewish philosophy, that took them out of Islam, into the religion of Addurooz, read about what the history of Addurooz, and read about the special relationship, between the British masons, and Addurooz in Lebanon, and read about the very strong relationship between Addurooz, and Israeli, and now the very sheeah Lebanon, are the ones that’s taking the lead in war against Israel, read about the history of Addurooz, and look at the similarities, between the masons, and Addurooz,  orc = Iraq, in real life who is playing the role of Sarumn the old frend of Gandalf, Saddam Husain and Iraq, because the Albaath party of Iraq, belongs to the Illumenati, they will do what ever they are ordered by Illumenati, invasion of Iran, and Kuwait, and ?)

Gandalf:

Saruman. [Bows head.] [Gandalf and Saruman are talking as they walk in the tree-filled garden next to the tower Orthanc. Birds can be heard squaking.]

Saruman:

You are sure of this?

Gandalf:

Beyond any doubt.

Saruman:

[Slowly, thoughtfully]: So the Ring of Power has been found.

Gandalf:

All these long years, it was in the Shire, under my very nose.[Saruman gives Gandalf a rather scathing look.]

Saruman:

[Condescendingly]: And yet you did not have the wits to see it. Your love of the Halflings' leaf has clearly slowed your mind. (Drugs)

Gandalf:

[Hurriedly]: But we still have time. Time enough to counter Sauron if we act quickly.

Saruman:

Time? What time do you think we have? [They stop walking, and Gandalf looks at Saruman.] [The scene moves to Saruman's room, where Saruman sits on a chair of elaborate design, while Gandalf stands before him.]

Saruman:

Sauron has regained much of his former strength. He cannot yet take physical form, but his spirit has lost none of its potency. Concealed within his fortress, the Lord of Mordor sees all. His gaze pierces cloud, shadow, earth and flesh. [Gandalf looks up.]
You know of what I speak, Gandalf. A Great Eye, lidless, wreathed in flame.

Gandalf:

[Whispers]: The Eye of Sauron.

Saruman:

He is gathering all evil to him. Very soon he will summon an army great enough to launch an assault upon Middle-earth.

Gandalf:

[His eyes narrow.] You know all this? How?

Saruman:

I have seen it. [Gandalf and Saruman are walking into the hall.]

Gandalf:

[Walks towards the palantír.] A palantír is a dangerous tool, Saruman.

Saruman:

Why? Why should we fear to use it? [Takes cover off the palantír.]

Gandalf:

They are not all accounted for, the lost Seeing-stones. We do not know who else may be watching. [Puts the cover back onto the palantír.]

Saruman:

The hour is later than you think. Sauron's forces are already moving. The nine have left Minas Morgul.

Gandalf:

[Whispers]: The Nine?

Saruman:

They crossed the river Isen on Midsummer's Eve, disguised as riders in black.

Gandalf:

They've reached the Shire?

Saruman:

They will find the Ring, and kill the one who carries it.

Gandalf:

[Whispers]: Frodo! Frodo! [Makes for one of the 4 exits, but as he approaches it, Saruman looks at it, and it closes. Gandalf makes for the other 3 exits, but each are closed as he heads for them.]

Saruman:

You do not seriously think that a Hobbit could contend with the will of Sauron? There are none who can. Against the power of Mordor, there can be no victory. We must join with him, Gandalf. We must join with Sauron. It would be wise, my friend.

Gandalf:

Tell me, friend. When did Saruman the Wise abandon reason for madness? (his concept is the opposite)

[Furious, Saruman shouts out, pointing his staff as he does so, and pinning him high up, against the wall, causing Gandalf to shout in pain. Saruman walks to him slowly, with his staff pointed at him, then lets him drop to the ground. But as Saruman approaches him, Gandalf points his staff at him, causing him to fall onto his back. The duel begins, and for some time they make hits at each other, each causing the other to fall to the ground. It seems that Gandalf is winning, as he sends Saruman flying through the shut door, but Saruman soon recovers, and, seeing weariness in Gandalf's face, makes a sudden movement with his hand, causing Gandalf's staff to fly into his own. Saruman throws Gandalf to the ground, then approaches, one staff in each hand.] (it’s the opposite because Israeli is the one that kidnapped the sheeah cleric, Al moosawe)

Saruman:

[Pointing both staffs at Gandalf.] I gave you the chance of aiding me willingly, but you have elected a way of pain! [He uses his staff to throw him to the top of the tower of Orthanc.]

A Short Cut to Mushrooms

[The scene shifts back to Frodo and Sam. We see Sam, who is now walking along a path. On either side of him are crops considerably taller than himself. He looks around him, and cannot see Frodo.]

Sam:

Mr. Frodo? Frodo! FRODO! [Frodo comes into sight, and Sam sighs in relief.] I thought I'd lost you.

Frodo:

What are you talking about?

Sam:

It's just something Gandalf said.

Frodo:

What did he say?

Sam:

"Don't you lose him, Samwise Gamgee." And I don't mean to.

Frodo:

Sam, we're still in the Shire. What could possibly happen? [Just then, Merry and Pippin come out from the bushes, and fall onto Frodo and Sam.]

Pippin:

Frodo! Merry - It's Frodo Baggins!

Merry:

Hello, Frodo.

Sam:

[Heaves Pippin off Frodo.] Get off him! Come on, Frodo.

Frodo:

What's the meaning of this?

Merry:

[To Sam]: Hold these. [Puts an armful of cabbages into Sam's arms.]

Sam:

You've been into Farmer Maggot's crop!

Farmer Maggot:

[Barking noises are heard.] Oi! You get back here! Get out of my fields! You know what's gonna happen when I catch up with you?

Sam:

[Stands holding the cabbages and carrots.] OOh. [Drops them on the ground and follows the others into the cover of Farmer Maggot's crop.]

Merry:

I don't know why he's so upset. It's only a couple of carrots

Pippin:

And some cabbages. And then those three bags of potatoes we lifted last week, and, and, the mushrooms, the week before!

Merry:

Yes, Pippin, my point is, he's clearly overreacting! Run! [They run, but come to the edge of a steep slope. Pippin, Merry, and Frodo try to keep their balance, and almost manage, but then Sam hits into the back of Frodo, causing them all to fall down the slope.]

Pippin:

[Lands just inches away from a pile of manure.] Oh. That was close.

Merry:

Ahhh. Ohhh. I think I've broken something. [Pulls out a broken carrot from underneath him.]

Sam:

Trust a Brandybuck and a Took.

Merry:

What? It was just a detour. A shortcut.

Sam:

A shortcut to what?

Pippin:

[Spots something on the ground.] Mushrooms!![Sam, Pippin, and Merry and whispering, as they put some mushrooms into a bag.]

Merry:

Take that one...

Pippin:

That's mine... Mmmm... That's nice, Merry. Here's a nice one, Sam.

Frodo:

I think we should get off the road. [The sound of a horse neighing is heard, and the leaves rustle on the ground.]

Frodo:

Get off the road! QUICK!

[The Hobbits hurry off the road, and find a hiding place under the roots of a tree. Merry and Pippin fight over the bag of mushrooms.]

Sam:

[Whispers]: Be quiet! [A rider in black comes dismounts, and comes towards their hiding place. Frodo closes his eyes, and takes out the Ring, and as he does so, the rider turns his face towards him. Frodo holds the Ring near to his finger, preparing to put it on, but Sam notices, and taps him on the shoulder. Frodo opens his eyes, and puts the Ring away, and as he does, the Rider looks away. Merry throws the bag of mushrooms off into the distance, and the rider moves towards it. The Hobbits leave their hiding place and run.]

Merry:

What was that? [Frodo does not answer, but takes out the Ring, holding it in the palm of his hand.] [The Hobbits are shown running through the woods in the dark. At least one rider is nearby.]

Merry:

Anything?

Frodo:

Nothing!

Pippin:

What is going on?

Merry:

That Black Rider was looking for something. Or someone... Frodo?

Frodo:

[Turns around to face Merry.]

Pippin:

[Urgently]: Get down! [The Hobbits get down, and a Rider is seen nearby.]

Frodo:

I have to leave the Shire. Sam and I must get to Bree.

Merry:

Right... Bucklebury Ferry. Follow me. [The follow Merry, but a black rider sees and chases them.]

Merry:

Run! Frodo, this way! Follow me! Frodo! Hurry! Run! Frodo! [They run, and come to the river. Sam, Merry and Pippin are there, but Frodo is still being chased by a black rider.]

Merry:

Get the rope, Sam!

Sam:

Frodo!

The Hobbits:

Run, Frodo! Go! Hurry! Come on! Faster! Jump! [The others have untied the boat, and it is drifting off. Frodo runs, and manages to jump onto the boat. The rider stops at the river bank, and turns around.]

Frodo:

How far to the nearest crossing?

Merry:

The Brandywine bridge. Twenty miles. [The rider is seen riding off, and is joined by at two other Riders in black.]

At the Sign of the Prancing Pony

[The Hobbits are seen approaching the gate into Bree.]

Frodo:

Come on.

[They knock on the gate. The gatekeeper opens a shutter, but it is too high up to see the Hobbits, and opens a lower one.]

Gatekeeper:

What do you want?

Frodo:

We're heading for the Prancing Pony.

Gatekeeper:

[Opens gate.] Hobbits. Four Hobbits! What business brings you to Bree?

Frodo:

We wish to stay at the inn. Our business is our own.

Gatekeeper:

Alright, young sir, I meant no offence. It's my job to ask questions after nightfall. There's talk of strange folk abroad. Can't be too careful. [The gatekeeper lets them in. Bree is full of men, or 'big folk', as the Hobbits call them, and it is a rough area. One of the Hobbits bump into one of the men.]

Man:

Out of the way! Watch where you're walking.[Eventually, they find the inn of the 'Prancing Pony', and enter it.]

Frodo:

[Walks up to the counter.] Excuse me.

Innkeeper:

Good evening, little masters. If you're seeking accommodation, we've got some nice kozy, Hobbit-sized rooms available... Mr... er...

Frodo:

Underhill. My name's Underhill. (the underground name, a common Jewish practice)

Innkeeper:

Underhill, yes...

Frodo:

We're friends of Gandalf the Grey. Can you tell him we've arrived?

Innkeeper:

Gandalf? Gandalf... Oh.... yes! I remember. Elderly chap. Big grey beard, and pointy hat.

Frodo:

[Smiles and nods.]

Innkeeper:

Not seen him for 6 months.

Frodo:

[Turns around to face Sam, Merry, and Pippin.]

Sam:

What do we do now?[The scene skips to the Hobbits sitting at a table.]

Frodo:

Sam - he'll be here. He'll come.

Merry:

[Makes his way to the table, with a large mug of drink, but bumps into a man.]

Man:

Get out of my way!

Pippin:

What's that?

Merry:

This, my friend, is a pint.

Pippin:

It comes in pints? I'm getting one. [Walks off.]

Sam:

You've got a whole half already!! [To Frodo]: That fellow's done nothing but stare at you since we arrived.

Frodo:

[To innkeeper, as he walks past.] Excuse me. That man in the corner. Who is he?

Innkeeper:

[Looks at the man.] He's one of them Rangers. Dangerous folk, they are, wandering in the Wilds. What his right name is, I've never heard, but around here, he's known as Strider. [He walks off.]

Frodo:

Strider...

[Frodo fingers the Ring.]

Voice of the Ring

Baggins. Baggins. Baggins... Baggins...

Pippin:

Baggins? Sure I know a Baggins. He's over there [Pippin is talking to some men, and points to Frodo.]. Frodo Baggins. He's my second cousin once removed on his mother's side and my third cousin, twice removed... [The voices of the other people in the room drown out his voice.]

Frodo:

[Anxiously makes his way towards Pippin to stop him.] Pippin! [He grabs him, causing him to spill some of his drink.]

Pippin:

Steady on Frodo!

Frodo:

[Trips on the foot of one of the men, falling backwards. As he hits the ground, the Ring flies upwards, and it falls back down onto his finger, causing him to disappear.][The black riders are seen coming closer to the inn: they are drawn to its power. Frodo sees the world in darkness when he puts on the Ring. There are many shadows, and he hears a voice.]

Voice (V.O):

You cannot hide. I see you. There is no life in the void. Only death.

Strider            (the new crusade the USA)

Frodo:

[Frodo sees a great red eye, and pulls the Ring off his finger. Just as he is recovering, he finds a hand on his shoulder. The man, 'Strider' (who will be referred to as Aragorn), pulls him up the stairs into his room.]

Aragorn:

You draw far too much attention to yourself, Mr. Underhill.

Frodo:

What do you want?

Aragorn:

A little more caution from you, that is no trinket you carry.

Frodo:

I carry nothing.

Aragorn:

Indeed. I can avoid being seen if I wish. But to disappear entirely. That is a rare gift. [He pinches the candles in the room to put them out, and takes off his hood.]

Frodo:

Who are you?

Aragorn:

Are you frightened?

Frodo:

Yes.

Aragorn:

Not nearly frightened enough. I know what hunts you. [The door is opened, and Aragorn (Strider) draws his sword. Merry, Pippin, and Sam are seen standing in the doorway. Sam has his fists held forward.]

Sam:

Let him go, or I'll have you, Longshanks!

Aragorn:

You have a stout heart, little Hobbit. [Puts his sword away.] But that will not save you. You can no longer wait for the wizard, Frodo. They're coming.

A Knife in the Dark

[The scene switches to the Black riders. The gatekeeper hears them coming to the gate, and walks towards it. The Black riders knock down the gate, and enter Bree.]

[The scene switches back to the Hobbits, who are sleeping. Then we see the Black riders approach, and enter the Hobbit rooms. There is a rider standing over each bed, and in unison, they thrust their swords into them. They do this several times, but when they take the blankets off, they find that there was no one sleeping in the beds. They turn over the beds, and ride off.] [The scene switches back to Aragorn (Strider), who is sitting by the window with the Hobbits, who have awoken.]

Frodo:

What are they?

Aragorn:

They were once Men. Great kings of Men. Then Sauron the Deceiver gave to them nine rings of power. Blinded by their greed, they took them without question. One by one, falling to darkness. Now they are slaves to his will. They are the Nazgul. Ringwraiths. Neither living nor dead. At all times they feel the presence of the Ring. Drawn to the Power of the One. They will never stop hunting you.

[The next day, Aragorn (Strider) is seen leading a pony into the countryside, with the Hobbits following him.]

Frodo:

Where are you taking us?

Aragorn:

Into the Wild.

Merry:

How do we know this Strider is a friend of Gandalf?

Frodo:

We have no choice but to trust him.

Sam:

But where is he leading us?

Aragorn:

To Rivendell, Master Gamgee, to the House of Elrond.

Sam:

Did you hear that? Rivendell. We're going to see the Elves. [They walk on for some time. At ne point, Aragorn (Strider) hears the Hobbits whispering behind him, and realises that they have stopped.]

Aragorn:

[Turns around.] Gentlemen. We do not stop 'till nightfall.

Pippin:

What about breakfast?

Aragorn:

You've already had it.

Pippin:

We've had one, yes. What about second breakfast? [Aragorn turns around, and continues on.]

Merry:

Don't think he knows about second breakfast, Pip.

Pippin:

What about elevenses? Luncheon? Afternoon tea? Dinner? Supper? He knows about them, doesn't he?

Merry:

I wouldn't count on it.[Aragorn throws an apple back, and Merry catches it. He hands it to Pippin, pats him on the back. Then Aragorn throws another apple, which hits Pippin on the head. Pippin looks up, and around him, bewildered.]

Merry:

Pippin... [In Isengard: Saruman is using the palantír.]

Saruman:

The power of Isengard is at your command, Sauron, Lord of the Earth.

Voice of Sauron :

Build me an army worthy of Mordor. [The scene switches to a room in Saruman's tower.]

Orc 1:

What orders from Mordor, my lord?

Orc 2:

What does the Eye command? (the army of Hezbollah, that’s how they view, the army of Hezbollah)

Saruman:

We have work to do. [The Orcs outside Isengard are uprooting all the trees. We see Gandalf on top of the tower of Isengard. Then we see the Orcs working down below, pulling down the trees.]

Orc:

The trees are strong, my lord. Their roots go deep.

Saruman:

Rip them all down. [Once again, we see Gandalf at the top of the tower of Isengard. It is raining, and there is no shelter.] [The scene goes back to Aragorn (Strider) and the Hobbits.]

Aragorn:

This was the great watchtower of Amon Sul. We shall rest here tonight. [The Hobbits settle down in a corner. Aragorn takes out four short swords, and passes one to each Hobbit.]

Aragorn:

These are for you. Keep them close. I'm going to have a look around. Stay here. [Some time later, when it is dark, Frodo wakes up suddenly. Merry, Pippin, and Sam are cooking something around a fire.]

Merry:

My tomato's burst.

Pippin:

Could I have some bacon?

Merry:

Ok. Want a tomato, Sam?

Frodo:

[Gets up, and walks over to his friends.] [In an urgent voice]: What are you doing?!

Merry:

Tomatoes, sausages, nice crispy bacon.

Sam:

We saved some for you, Mr. Frodo.

Frodo:

[Stamps onto the fire, putting it out with his bare feet.] Put it out, you fools! Put it out!

Pippin:

Oh, that's nice! Ash on my tomatoes... [The cry of the Nazgul is heard. The Hobbits draw their swords, and see the Nazgul encircling Amon Sul.]

Frodo:

[Gesturing for the others to go up to the top of the watchtower.] Go!!! [The Nazgul follow the Hobbits to the top, and face them.]

Sam:

Back you devils!!!

Flight to the Ford

[The Riders draw their swords, and swipe Merry, Pippin, and Sam out the way. Frodo falls backwards. The riders stand over him with their swords, and Frodo puts on the Ring. He sees the faces of the riders in bright light. The Witch-King steps forward, and speaks to Frodo in the Black Language. Horrified, Frodo pulls his hand (with the Ring on it), away from the Witch-King, who then stabs Frodo in the shoulder.]

Frodo:

Ahhhh

Aragorn:

Ahhhh!

[Aragorn appears behind the Witch-King, with a torch in one hand, and a sword in the other. He takes on the Nazgul Frodo takes the Ring off.]

Sam:

Frodo! [He runs over to Frodo.]

Frodo:

Oh, Sam.

[Aragorn manages to set the Nazgul alight, and they flee from the watchtower. We see Sam, Merry, and Pippin crowded around Frodo.]

Sam:

Strider! Help him Strider!

Aragorn:

He has been stabbed by a Morgul blade. This is beyond my skill to heal. He needs elvish medicine. [He picks Frodo up over his shoulder, and they head off into the night.] Hurry!

Sam:

We're 6 days from Rivendell! He'll never make it!

Aragorn:

Hold on, Frodo.

Frodo:

Gandalf!!! [We see shots of the caverns of Isengard. A moth flies up to the tower of Isengard, where Gandalf is imprisoned. Gandalf catches the moth in his hand, and begins to speak to it in Elvish.]

Gandalf:

[Something in Elvish to moth] … Fetch Gwaihir, fetch Gwaihir... Go... [We see Orcs cutting down trees near Isengard, then more footage in the caverns of Isengard. Saruman watches, as a Uruk-hai comes out from mud.] [Aragorn and the Hobbits have stopped walking.]

Sam:

Mr. Frodo? He's going cold!

Pippin:

Is he going to die?

Aragorn:

He's passing into the Shadow World. He'll soon become a Wraith like them. [The cry of the Nazgul is heard.]

Merry:

They're close!

Aragorn:

Sam, do you know the Athelas plant?

Sam:

Athelas?

Aragorn:

Kingsfoil.

Sam:

Kingsfoil, aye, it's a weed.

Aragorn:

It may help to slow the poisoning. Hurry! [He gives Sam a torch, and then goes off to look for the weed. He finds some, and takes out a knife to cut it, but finds a blade at his throat.]

Arwen:

What's this, a Ranger, caught off his guard?

Arwen:

Frodo... Im Arwen. Telin le thaed. Lasto beth nîn, tolo dan na ngalad.[Translation: "I am Arwen. I've have come to help you. Hear my voice. Come back to the light."]

Merry:

Who is she?

Arwen:

Frodo.

Sam:

She's an Elf. (from Israel)

Arwen:

He's fading. He's not going to last. We must get him to my father. I've been looking for you for 2 days.

Sam:

Where are you taking him?!

Arwen:

There are 5 Wraiths behind you. Where the other four are I do not know.

Aragorn:

Dartho guin Berian. Rych le ad tolthathon. [Translation: "Stay with the Hobbits. I will send horses for you."]

Arwen:

Hon mabathon. Rochon ellint im. [Translation: "I'm the faster rider. I'll take him."]

Aragorn:

Andelu i ven. [Translation: "The road is too dangerous."]

Pippin:

What are they saying?

Arwen:

Frodo fîr. Ae athradon i hir, tur gwaith nîn beriatha hon. [Translation: "Frodo is dying. If I can get across the river, the power of my People will protect him."] (to cross the river is to enter into Israel) I do not fear them.

Aragorn:

Be iest lîn. [Translation: "According to your wish."] Arwen, ride hard. Don't look back!

Arwen:

Noro lim, Asfaloth, noro lim! [Translation: "Ride fast, Asfaloth, ride fast."] [Arwen rides off with Frodo.]

Sam:

What are you doing! Those Wraiths are still out there!!

 

Arwen:

[Arwen is chased by 8 riders, one reaches out for Frodo.] Noro lim, Asfaloth! [She reaches the river. Riders stop on the other side.]

A Rider:

[Give up the Halfling, She-Elf!]

Arwen:

If you want him, come and claim him. [Riders start to cross river.] Nîn o Chithaeglir, lasto beth daer, Rimmo nîn Bruinen dan in Ulaer! (the Israeli language, Hebrew) [Translation: "Waters of the Misty Mountains listen to the great word: flow waters of Loudwater against the Ringwraiths!"][The water rises from the river, drowning the riders. Frodo becomes fainter, and makes strange noises.] (calls the Israeli border patrol)

Arwen:

No! No! Frodo, no! Frodo, don't give in! Not now! [Whispers]: What grace is given me, let it pass to him. Let him be spared. Save him.

Elrond:

[Standing over Frodo.] Lasto beth nîn. Tolo dan na ngalad. [Translation: "Hear my voice, come back to the light."]

Many Meetings

Frodo:

Where am I?

Gandalf:

You are in the house of Elrond, and it is 10 o'clock in the morning, on October the 24th, if you want to know.(Israel 24th of October, what is the segnificanse of this date, what year is it)

Frodo:

Gandalf!

Gandalf:

Yes, I'm here. And you're lucky to be here too. A few more hours, and you would have been beyond our aid. But you had some strength in you, my dear Hobbit.

Frodo:

What happened, Gandalf? Why didn't you meet us?

Gandalf:

Oh, I'm sorry Frodo. I was delayed. [- - - - Flashback - - - -]

Saruman: (is that why they kidnapped the Sheeah cleric)

A friendship with Saruman is not lightly thrown aside. One ill turn deserves another. It is over. Embrace the power of the Ring, or embrace your own destruction!

Gandalf:

There is only one Lord of the Ring. Only one who can bend it to his will. And he does not share power. [Jumps off tower onto the eagle, Gwaihir.]

Saruman:

So you have chosen death. (that’s what Israel said to the Palestinians who refused to embrace their power)

[We see that the eagle takes Gandalf far, across mountains.] [- - - - End flashback - - - ]

Frodo:

Gandalf? What is it?

Gandalf:

Nothing, Frodo.

Sam:

Frodo! Frodo!

Frodo:

Sam!

Sam:

Bless you, you're awake!

Gandalf:

Sam has hardly left your side.

Sam:

We were that worried about you, weren't we, Mr. Gandalf!

Gandalf:

By the skills of Lord Elrond, you're beginning to mend.

Elrond:

Welcome to Rivendell, Frodo Baggins. (Israel)[Frodo walks around Rivendell with Sam, and meets Merry and Pippin. He embraces them. Then Frodo sees Bilbo, who is reading a book.]

Frodo:

Bilbo!

Bilbo:

Hello, Frodo, my lad!

Frodo:

Bilbo! [Reads]: There and back again, A Hobbit's tale, by Bilbo Baggins. This is wonderful.

Bilbo:

I meant to go back. Wander at the power of Mirkwood. Visit Lake-town. See the Lonely Mountain again. But age, it seems has finally caught up with me.

Frodo:

[Flips through the book, and comes to a map of the Shire.] I miss the Shire. I spent all my childhood pretending I was off somewhere else. Off with you on one of your adventures. But my own adventure turned out to be quite different. I'm not like you, Bilbo.

Bilbo:

My dear boy.

Sam:

[To himself]: Now, what have I forgotten?

Frodo:

Packed already?

Sam:

No 'arm in being prepared.

Frodo:

Thought you wanted to see the Elves, Sam.

Sam:

I do.

Frodo:

More than anything.

Sam:

I did… It's just… We did what Gandalf wanted, didn't we? We got the Ring this far to Rivendell. And I thought, seeing as how you're on the mend, we'd be off soon. Off home.

Frodo:

You're right, Sam. We did what we set out to do. The Ring will be safe in Rivendell. I am ready to go home.

Elrond:

His strength returns.

Gandalf:

That wound will never fully heal. He will carry it the rest of his life.

Elrond:

And yet, to have come so far, still bearing the Ring, the Hobbit has showed extraordinary resilience to its evil.

Gandalf:

It is a burden he should never have had to bear. We can ask no more of Frodo.

Elrond:

Gandalf, the enemy is moving. Sauron's forces are massing in the East. His eye is fixed on Rivendell. And Saruman, you tell me, has betrayed us. Our list of allies grows thin.

Gandalf:

His treachery runs deeper than you know. By foul craft Saruman has crossed Orcs with goblin-men. He's breeding an army in the caverns of Isengard. An army which can move in sunlight, and cover great distance at speed. Saruman is coming for the Ring.

Elrond:

This evil cannot be concealed by the power of the Elves. We do not have the strength to fight both Mordor and Isengard!

[Gandalf wanders off, to the balcony.] (they don’t have the Power to fight the Palestenians and Hezbollah)

Gandalf. The Ring cannot stay here. [Boromir arrives, then Legolas and other Elves, then Gimli and other dwarves.]

Elrond:

This peril belongs to all Middle-earth. They must decide now how to end it. The time of the Elves is over. My people are leaving these shores. Who will you look to when we've gone? The Dwarves? They hide in their mountains seeking riches. They care nothing for the troubles of others. (that’s how the Israeli’s view the other kilned of Jews that staid back in Europe, not more than some dwarves that only care about their own riches)(Satanists Know that their age is Over and they are going to leave the shores of Palestine)

Gandalf:

It is in Men that we must place our hope.

Elrond:

Men? Men are weak. The race of Men is failing. The blood of Numenor is all but spent. Its pride and dignity forgotten. It is because of Men the Ring survives. I was there, Gandalf. I was there three thousand years ago... [We see a flashback shot, where Isildur cuts the Ring from Sauron's hand.] ...And Isildur took the Ring. I was there the day the strength of men failed. [- - - - Flashback - - - -]

Elrond:

Isildur! Hurry. Follow me.

Elrond :

I led Isildur into the heart of Mount Doom. Where the Ring was forged. The one place it could be destroyed.

Elrond:

Cast it into the fire. Destroy it!!!

Isildur:

No. [Isildur turns and leaves.]

Elrond:

Isildur!!! [- - - - End flashback - - - -]

Elrond:

It should have ended that day, but evil was allowed to endure. Isildur kept the Ring. The line of kings is broken. There's no strength left in the world of Men. They're scattered, divided, leaderless.

Gandalf

There is one who could unite them. One who could reclaim the throne of Gondor.

Elrond:

He turned from that path a long time ago. He has chosen exile.

Boromir:

The shards of Narsil. The blade that cut the Ring from Sauron's hand. [He fingers the blade, and cuts his finger.] It's still sharp. [Sees Aragorn watching him.] But no more than a broken heirloom. [He puts the sword back in its place and walks off. As he walks off, the sword falls, but he does not pick it up.] [Aragorn picks up sword, and places it back in its place. He stands in front of the sword for a while.]

Arwen:

Why do you fear the past? You are Isildur's heir, not Isildur himself. You are not bound to his fate.

Aragorn:

The same blood flows in my veins. The same weakness.

Arwen:

Your time will come. You will face the same evil and you will defeat it. A si i-Dhúath ú-orthor, Aragorn. Ú or le a ú or nin. [Translation: "The Shadow does not hold sway yet. Not over you, not over me."] [Aragorn and Arwen stand talking, on a bridge in the grounds of Rivendell.]

Arwen:

Renich i lú i erui govannem? [Translation: "Do you remember when we first met?"]

Aragorn:

Nauthannen i ned ôl reniannen. [Translation: "I thought I had strayed into a dream."]

Arwen:

Gwenwin in enninath. Ú-'arnech in naeth i si celich. Renech i beth i pennen?
[Translation: "Long years have passed. You did not wear the troubles you carry now. Do you remember what I told you?"]

Aragorn:

You said you'd bind yourself to me, forsaking the immortal life of your people.

Arwen:

And to that I hold. I would rather share one lifetime with you, than face all the Ages of this world alone. [She gives him her necklace, the Evenstar jewel, a symbol of her immortality.] I choose a mortal life.

Aragorn:

You cannot give me this.

Arwen:

It is mine to give to whom I will. Like my heart. [They kiss.]

 

The Council of Elrond

[The scene switches to a part of Rivendell, where Dwarves, Elves, and Men, are sitting in a semicircle.]

Elrond:

Strangers from distant lands, friends of old. You have been summoned to answer the threat of Mordor. Middle-earth stands upon the brink of destruction. None can escape it. You will unite, or you will fall. Each race is bound this fate, this one doom. Bring forth the Ring, Frodo.

Frodo:

[Places the Ring onto the table.]

Boromir:

So it is true.

Unknown:

The doom of man.

Boromir:

It is a gift. A gift to the foes of Mordor. [Stands up.]

Why not use this Ring? Long has my father, the Steward of Gondor (Iran, the shah system)kept the forces of Mordor at bay by the blood of our people are your lands kept safe. Give Gondor the weapon of the enemy. Let us use it against him!

Aragorn:

You cannot wield it. None of us can. The One Ring answers to Sauron alone. It has no other master.

Boromir:

And what would a Ranger know of this matter?

Legolas:

This is no mere Ranger. He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance.

Boromir:

Aragorn? This is Isildur's heir?

Legolas:

And heir to the throne of Gondor.

Aragorn:

Havo dad, Legolas [Translation: "Sit down, Legolas."]

Boromir:

Gondor has no king. Gondor needs no king.

Gandalf:

Aragorn is right. We cannot use it.

Elrond:

You have only one choice. The Ring must be destroyed.

Gimli:

What are we waiting for?! [Tries to smash the Ring with his axe, but breaks the axe. He is thrown backwards, onto the ground.]

Elrond:

The Ring cannot be destroyed, Gimli, son of Gloin, by any craft that we here possess. The Ring was made in the fires of Mount Doom. Only there can it be unmade. It must be taken deep into Mordor, and cast back into the fiery chasm from whence it came. [We hear the voice of the Ring, speaking in the Black Language.]

Elrond:

One of you must do this.

Boromir:

One does not simply walk into Mordor. Its black gates are guarded by more than just Orcs. There is evil there that does not sleep. And the great Eye is ever-watchful. It is a barren wasteland, riddled with fire and ash and dust. The very air that you breathe is a poisonous fume. Not with ten thousand men could you do this. It is folly.

Legolas:

Have you heard nothing Lord Elrond has said? The Ring must be destroyed!

Gimli:

And I suppose you think you're the one to do it?!

Boromir:

And if we fail, what then? What happens when Sauron takes back what is his?

Gimli:

I will be dead before I see the Ring in the hands of an Elf! [All the Elves stand up, then the Dwarves, then everyone except Frodo.]

Gimli:

Never trust an Elf!

Gandalf:

Do you not understand? While you bicker amongst yourselves, Sauron's power grows! None can escape it! You'll all be destroyed! [Frodo hears the voice of the Ring, speaking in the Black language.] Ash nazg durbatuluk, Ash nazg gimbatul, Ash nazg thrakatuluk, Agh burzum-ishi krimpatul [Translation: "One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."]

Frodo:

I will take it! I will take it! [Everyone else stops to listen to him.]

I will take the Ring to Mordor... Though - though I do not know the way.

Gandalf:

I will help you bear this burden, Frodo Baggins. As long as it is yours to bear.

[Goes to stand next to Frodo, putting his hand on his shoulder.]

Aragorn:  (US is committed to Israel) If by my life or death, if I can protect you, I will. [Gets up from his seat, and kneels beside Frodo.]

You have my sword.[Gandalf winks at Elrond.]

Legolas:

And you have my bow. [Also stands beside Frodo.]

Gimli:

And my axe. [Stands beside Legolas.]

Boromir:

[Walks slowly towards Frodo.] You carry the fates of us all, little one.

Aragorn:

[Places his hand on Frodo's shoulder.]

Boromir

If this is indeed the will of the Council, then Gondor will see it done.

Sam:

Here! [Jumps up from behind some bushes he has been hiding behind, and runs up from behind them, causing Aragorn to lift his hand off Frodo's shoulder, to let Sam come through.] Mr. Frodo's not going anywhere without me.

Elrond:

No, indeed, it is hardly possible to separate you from him, even when he is summoned to a secret Council, and you are not. [The camera moves to Merry and Pippin, who are standing in the entrance.]

Merry:

Oi! We're coming too! [Merry and Pippin leave the door, and half run towards Frodo.] You'll have to send us home tied up in a sack to stop us.

Pippin:

Anyway, you need people of intelligence on this sort of mission. Quest. Thing.

Merry:

Well that rules you out, Pip.

Elrond: (8 NATO members plus Israel)

Nine companions. So be it! You shall be the Fellowship of the Ring.

Pippin:

Great. Where are we going?

The Ring Goes South

[We see shots near the entrance of Rivendell, where Bill the pony is standing ready, next to a few others. Then we see Bilbo and Frodo together in a room. Bilbo takes out a sword from its cloth wrappings.]

Bilbo:

My old sword, Sting. Here, take it. Take it.

Frodo:

It's so light.

Bilbo:

Yes, yes… made by the Elves, you know? The blade glows blue when orcs are close. And it's times like that, my lad, when you have to be extra careful. Here's a pretty thing. Mithril. As light as a feather, and as hard as dragons scales. Let me see you put it on. Come on... (mythrial vest, the protection in the form of the myth of Israel)

Frodo:

[Eagerly begins to unbutton his shirt.]

Bilbo:

[Sees the Ring hanging from a chain on Frodo's neck.]. Oh - M-my old ring. Oh! I sh-should very much like - to hold it again, one last time.

Frodo:

[Begins to button up his shirt again.]

Bilbo:

[Transformed by the Ring, makes a grab towards Frodo, his eyes bulging out.]

Frodo:

[Alarmed, backs away.]

Bilbo:

[Now normal again, backs away, and sinks into a chair, with his back to us. He sits, there, weeping.] I'm sorry I brought this upon you, my boy... I'm sorry that you must carry this burden... I'm sorry for everything! [Frodo places his hand reassuringly onto Bilbo's shoulder, and Bilbo, in a sudden movement, places his hand onto Frodo's.] [The Fellowship departs from Rivendell. The next scene shows the Fellowship travelling together.]

Gandalf (V.O):

We must hold to this course, west from the Misty Mountains for 40 days. If our luck holds, the Gap of Rohan will still be open to us. From there our road turns east to Mordor. [We see the Fellowship stopped to have lunch. Sam helps himself to sausages, while Boromir teaches Merry and Pippin swordplay.]

Boromir:

Two, one, five. Good! Very good.

Aragorn:

[While smoking]: Move your feet.

Merry:

You look good, Pippin.

Pippin:

Thanks.

Boromir:

Faster.

Gimli:

If anyone was to ask for my opinion, which I note they're not, I'd say we were taking the long way round. Gandalf! We could pass through the Mines of Moria. My cousin Balin would give us a royal welcome.

Gandalf:

No, Gimli. I would not take the road through Moria unless I had no other choice. [Legolas notices something in the distance. Boromir is now fighting with Pippin. He hits him.]

Pippin:

Ahhh.

Boromir:

Sorry.

Pippin:

Get him!

Merry:

Arr, ow... For the Shire!

Pippin:

Hold him. Hold him down, Merry!

Merry:

You've got my arm! You've got my arm!

Sam:

What is that?

Gimli:

Nothing. It's just a wisp of cloud.

Boromir:

It's moving fast. Against the wind.

Legolas:

Crebain from Duneland!

Aragorn:

HIDE!

Boromir:

Merry!

Aragorn:

Frodo! Hurry! Take cover! [Sam puts out the fire, taking the pan of sausages with him, while Frodo, Aragorn, and the others take their cloaks and other belongings, hiding behind the rocks. The Crebain come through the area, exploring it thoroughly, as though they know they are there.]

Gandalf:

Spies of Saruman. The passage south is being watched. We must take the pass of Caradhras.

[The Fellowship are seen walking up the steep and snowy mountains. Frodo falls, tumbling down a small snowy slope.]

Aragorn:

Frodo!

[He helps him up, and places his hands on his shoulders, while Frodo brushes the snow off his clothes. He then searches for the Ring, to find he has dropped it. Boromir picks it up by the chain. Aragorn slowly takes his hands from Frodo's shoulders, putting them onto the hilt of his sword.]

Aragorn:

Boromir.

Boromir:

It is a strange fate that we should suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing. Such a little thing.

[Holding the chain of the Ring in his right hand, he moves his left towards the Ring itself.]

Aragorn:

Boromir! Give the Ring to Frodo.

Boromir:

[Walking slowly towards Aragorn and Frodo.] As you wish. [Holds out the Ring.] [Frodo grabs it.]

Boromir:

I care not. [Laughs and ruffles Frodo's hair. He walks off, and Aragorn takes his hand off the hilt of his sword.]

[The birds seen in the previous scene make their way to Isengard, where Saruman is.

Saruman:

So Gandalf, you tried to lead them over Caradhras. And if that fails, where then will you go?

[[We see the Fellowship once more, caught in a heavy snow storm.]

Saruman :

If the mountain defeats you, will you risk a more dangerous road? [We see Legolas who walks slightly ahead of the others, with ease, but behind him, Gandalf and the others and finding it difficult to walk in the snow. Aragorn and Boromir are holding two Hobbits each, and it seems that without their help, the Hobbits would be blown off the mountain. Then we hear a voice, though we cannot make out the words.]

Legolas:

There is a fell voice on the air.

Gandalf:

It's Saruman! [Boulders fall.]

Aragorn:

He's trying to bring down the mountain! Gandalf, we must turn back!

Gandalf:

No!! Losto Caradhras, sedho, hodo, nuitho i 'ruith! [Translation: "Sleep Caradhras, be still, lie still, hold [your] wrath."]

Saruman:

[He stands on the pinnacle of the tower Orthanc, with his arms outstretched, and his staff in his right hand.] Cuiva nwalca Carnirassë! Nai yarvaxëa rasselya taltuva ñotto-carinnar! [Translation: "Wake up cruel Redhorn! May your blood-stained horn shall fall upon the enemy-heads"] [A bolt of lightning hits the mountain, bringing down snow and rocks.] [The Fellowship are buried beneath the snow, but, with some difficulty, manage to get themselves out of it.]

Boromir:

We must get off the mountain! Make for the Gap of Rohan! Or take the west road to my city!

Aragorn:

The Gap of Rohan takes us too close to Isengard.

Gimli:

We cannot pass over a mountain. Let us go under it! Let us go through the Mines of Moria. . .(Moria stands the land of the moors in west bank and Jerusalem, meaning that they haven’t taken west bank and Jerusalem yet, because the story was written long time before 1967 war)

Saruman :

Moria. You fear to go into those mines. The Dwarves delved too greedily and too deep. You know what they awoke there in the darkness of Khazad-dûm: Shadow and flame.

Gandalf:

Let the Ring-bearer decide... Frodo?

Frodo:

We will go through the mines.

Gandalf:

So be it. (the Dome rock in Jerusalem, Addajal is prohibited from entering, and if he dos he will be destroyed, like wise for Mecca and medina), Shadow and flame (the angel).

A Journey in the Dark

[The Fellowship come to a dark, slimy place, and we see a stone wall.]

Gimli:

The walls of Moria.

Gandalf:

Well, let’s see... Ithildin. It mirrors only starlight and moonlight. [The clouds covering the moon drift away, and a door is revealed.]

It reads: "The doors of Durin, Lord of Moria. Speak friend and enter."

Merry:

What do you suppose that means?

Gandalf:

Oh, it's quite simple. If you are a friend, you speak the password, and the doors will open.

Annon Edhellen edro hi ammen! [Translation: "Gate of the Elves open now for me!"] Ando Eldarinwa a lasta quettanya, Fenda Casarinwa! [Translation: "Gate of Elves listen to my word, Threshold of Dwarves!"]

Aragorn:

Mines are no place for a pony. Even one so brave as Bill. [Takes the baggage off Bill, the baggage pony.]

Sam:

Bye bye, Bill.

Aragorn:

Go on, Bill. Go on. Don't worry Sam. He knows the way home.

[Merry and Pippin are throwing stones into the water. As Pippin is about to throw one, Aragorn grabs him by the collar.]

Aragorn:

Do not disturb the water.

[The camera shifts over to Gandalf, who sits down and takes off his hat.]

Gandalf:

Oh, it's useless.

Frodo:

It's a riddle. Speak 'friend', and enter. What's the Elvish word for friend? (Hebrew)

Gandalf:

Mellon.

[Doors open, the Fellowship walks into the mines.]

Gimli:

Soon, Master Elf, you will enjoy the fabled hospitality of the Dwarves! Roaring fires, malt beer, ripe meat off the bone! This, my friend, is the home of my cousin Balin. And they call it a mine. A MINE! (into Jerusalem and west bank)

Boromir:

This is no mine. It's a tomb.

[We see dead, and rotting Dwarves and Orcs, covered in cobwebs.]

Gimli:

No! Nooo! NOOOO!

Legolas:

[Takes out an arrow from a dead body.] Goblins!

Boromir:

We make for the Gap of Rohan. We should never have come here! Now get out of here! Get out!!

[The Fellowship backs out, Frodo is taken by a tentacle from a creature in the water.]

Merry:

Frodo!

Pippin:

Frodo! Help!

Frodo:

Strider!

Sam:

Strider!

Frodo:

Help!

Sam:

Get off him!

Merry:

Aragorn!

[The Hobbits slash at the creature with their swords. They manage to free Frodo from the creature, but as he backs away from the water, many tentacles come out from the water, this time swinging Frodo high up in the air.]

Frodo:

Ahhh...

Merry:

Frodo!

Frodo:

Strider!

[Legolas shoots the tentacles with his bow, while Boromir and Aragorn enter the water, and slash at the tentacles with their swords. Aragorn cuts off the tentacle that is holding Frodo, and Boromir manages to catch Frodo as he falls.]

Gandalf:

Into the mines!!!

Boromir:

Legolas! Into the cave!

Unknown:

Run!

[The creature comes out of the water and crumbles the doors down, blocking the way out, and blocking out the light.]

Gandalf:

We now have but one choice.

[He fits a stone onto the end of his staff, producing light.]

We must face the long dark of Moria. Be on your guard. (the west bank )There are older and fouler things than Orcs in the deep places of the world.

Quietly now. It's a four-day journey to the other side. Let us hope that our presence may go unnoticed.

[Climbing upwards, Pippin lets some rocks fall onto Merry.]

Merry:

Pippin!

[After some time, we come to an opening, where there are three passages to choose from.]

Gandalf:

I have no memory of this place.

[The Fellowship stops for a while.]

Pippin:

Are we lost?

Merry:

No.

Pippin:

I think we are.

Merry:

Shhh. Gandalf's thinking.

Pippin:

Merry...

Merry:

What?

Pippin:

I'm hungry

Frodo:

[Frodo sees something some distance away. He hurries towards Gandalf, and sits beside him.] [To Gandalf]: There's something down there!

Gandalf:

It's Gollum.

Frodo:

Gollum?

Gandalf:

He's been following us for three days.

Frodo:

He escaped the dungeons of Barad-dûr?

Gandalf:

Escaped. Or set loose. He hates and loves the Ring. As he hates and loves himself. He will never be rid of his need for it. (the Turks, who are seeking their old Kingdome)

Frodo:

It's a pity Bilbo didn't kill him when he had the chance.

Gandalf:

Pity? It was pity that stayed Bilbo's hand. Many that live deserve death. Some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them, Frodo? Do not be too eager to deal out death and judgement. Even the very wise cannot see all ends. My heart tells me that Gollum has some part to play yet, for good or ill, before this is over. The pity of Bilbo may rule the fate of the Ring.

Frodo:

I wish the Ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened.

Gandalf:

So do all that come to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us. There are other forces at work in this world, Frodo, besides the will of evil. Bilbo was meant to find the Ring. In which case you were also 'meant' to have it. And that is an encouraging thought. Eh - it's that way.

Merry:

He's remembered.

Gandalf:

No, but the air doesn't smell so foul down here. If in doubt, Meriadoc, always follow your nose.

Let me risk a little more light.

[The light on his staff brightens, and the Fellowship find themselves in a great hallway, with tall pillars, as far as the eye can see.]

Behold the great realm of the Dwarf-city of Dwarrowdelf. (the city of Jerusalem)

Sam:

There's an eye opener, and no mistake. (Uncle Sam and the open eye)

The Bridge of Khazad-dûm    (the Dome of the Rock)

[They walk on, but as they do so, Gimli sees a doorway to the side. It is strewn with the bodies of dead orcs. Gimli runs through the door into a chamber.]

Gandalf:

Gimli!

Gimli:

No! Oh, no! No. [He weeps.]

Gandalf:

"Here lies Balin, son of Fundin, Lord of Moria." He is dead then. It's as I feared.

[Gandalf gives Pippin his hat and staff.]

Gimli:

[Quietly, in prayer]: Kilmin malur ni zaram kalil ran arag. Kheled-zâram. Balin tazlifi.
[Translation unavailable.]

Legolas:

[To Aragorn]: We must move on. We cannot linger.

Gandalf:

[Reads]: "They have taken the bridge and the second hall. We have barred the gates but cannot hold them for long. The ground shakes. Drums, drums in the deep. We cannot get out. A Shadow moves in the dark. We cannot get out. They are coming.", ( the bridge to heaven, the dome of the Rock) [Pippin touches a skeleton by a well, and it falls in, dragging with it a large bucket, and making much noise.]

Gandalf:

Fool of a Took! Throw yourself in next time, and rid us of your stupidity.

[Drumming noises are heard. Frodo's sword glows blue.]

Sam:

[Sees the blue blade.] Frodo!

Legolas:

Orcs.

[Boromir runs to the door and two arrows narrowly miss his head.]

Aragorn:

[To the Hobbits]: Get back! Stay close to Gandalf!

Boromir:

They have a cave-troll.

[They bar the doors, then stand facing them, their bows and swords out.]

Gimli:

Let them come! There is one dwarf yet in Moria that still draws breath.

[The orcs come; they fight.]

[Cave troll comes.]

Sam:

I think I'm getting the hang of this!

Aragorn:

Frodo!

[Frodo is dragged by the troll.]

Frodo:

Aragorn! Aragorn!

Aragorn:

Frodo!

[Aragorn fights the troll, saving Frodo from it. He thrusts a spear into its chest, but it does not pierce its thick hide. Then the troll hits Aragorn, and he is thrown aside. Frodo runs to Aragorn's side, and faces the troll. The troll hurls a spear at Frodo, and he is pinned against the wall.]

[Merry and Pippin jump onto the troll's back.]

Sam:

Frodo! FRODO!!

[Legolas shoots an arrow into its throat, and it collapses. Aragorn crawls over to Frodo.]

Aragorn:

[Whispers]: Oh no.

[He turns him over.]

Sam:

He's alive.

Frodo:

I'm all right. I'm not hurt.

Aragorn:

You should be dead. That spear would have skewered a wild boar.

Gandalf:

I think there's more to this Hobbit than meets the eye

[Frodo reveals Mithril coat.]

Gimli:

Mithril! You are full of surprises, Master Baggins!

[They hear more Orcs coming.]

Gandalf:

To the bridge of Khazad-dûm!

[They run, but Moria is filled with orcs. Soon they are surrounded. But from the end of the hallway, we can see a red glow on the walls. The Orcs run. Legolas holds his bow out, ready, but soon lowers it.]

Boromir:

What is this new devilry?

Gandalf:

A Balrog. A demon of the ancient world. This foe is beyond any of you. Run!

[They run.]

Aragorn:

Quickly!

Aragorn:

Gandalf!

Gandalf:

Lead them on, Aragorn. The bridge is near.

[He pushes Aragorn away from him.]

Do as I say!! Swords are no more use here!

[They all move on, but a lot of the stone is breaking. They come to a break in the rock. Legolas jumps the gap, and stands ready to help the others over.]

Legolas:

Gandalf! [Signals for him to jump the gap. Gandalf jumps, and is helped over by Legolas.]

Boromir:

Merry! Pippin! [He holds one of them with each hand, and jumps over with them. Legolas helps them over on the other side. Rock crumbles away as they jump.]

Aragorn:

Sam. [He tosses Sam over the gap.]

Gimli:

Nobody tosses a dwarf.

[He tries to jump the gap, but almost falls into the abyss. Legolas grabs him by beard.]

Not the beard!!!

Aragorn:

Frodo!

[Aragorn and Frodo remain on the other side of the gap. The stone stairs they are standing on look as though they are about to collapse. Aragorn holds Frodo by the back of his shirt.]

Aragorn:

[To Frodo]: Steady. Hold on!

[The rock begins to sway.]

Hang on!

[The top of the stone breaks away from the bottom bit, and falls at an angle, towards the bit of stone that the rest of the Fellowship is standing on.]

Lean forward.

Steady.

Legolas:

Come on! Now!

[Frodo and Aragorn manage to get off the bit of rock that the others are on.]

Gandalf:

Over the bridge! Fly! (the angel that will kill dajjal if he enters) [Gandalf turns to face the Balrog, then sees that the others have waited for him. They run across the bridge, and while the others continue onwards, Gandalf remains in the middle of the bridge, facing the Balrog.]

Gandalf:

You cannot pass!

Frodo:

Gandalf!!!

[Frodo, and the others stop.]

Gandalf:

I am a servant of the Secret Fire, wielder of the flame of Anor! The dark fire will not avail you, flame of Udun! Arrghh! Go back to the Shadow!! YOU SHALL NOT PASS!!! (illuminati secret names, used between each other, each one is a keeper something) (Dark fire shall not benefit you, that’s what satin and his helpers call God “dark Fire”, that’s what the dives say to the angels)  (He shall not pass and dajjal knows it, but for satin, every thing is the opposite)

[He breaks the bridge, causing the Balrog to fall. Gandalf sighs, and turns around, but as he does so, the whip of the Balrog catches onto his ankle, and he is pulled down. He grabs onto the edge of the bridge, but cannot keep his grip. There is nothing the fellowship can do to save him.]

Boromir:

[Grabs Frodo, to stop him running back onto the bridge.]

No! No!

Frodo:

GANDALF!!!

Gandalf:

Fly, you fools! [He falls.]

Frodo:

NO!! NO!!!! [He is carried away by Boromir.]

[The Fellowship leaves, but Aragorn remains behind, still looking into the abyss.]

Boromir:

[From a distance, still holding a weeping Frodo]: Aragorn!
[The Fellowship emerge from the darkness of Moria, to find themselves in brilliant sunlight, in the mountains, where they stop for some time, grieving. Sam casts himself onto the rock, head in hand, while Boromir comforts a shouting Gimli, who struggles, as though meaning to re-enter the mines. Merry consoles a weeping Pippin, with grief and sorrow in his own face. Nearby, Legolas stands alone, wearing a look of disbelief. Aragorn wipes his sword clean in a single stroke, then resheaths it.]

Aragorn:

Legolas, get them up.

Boromir:

Give them a moment for pity's sake!

Aragorn:

By nightfall these hills will be swarming with Orcs. We must reach the woods of Lothlorien. Come Boromir. Legolas, Gimli, get them up.

[He walks over to Sam, and helps him up.] On your feet, Sam.

[He sees Frodo, who has wandered away.] Frodo! Frodo!!

Frodo:

[Frodo stops and turns around. A single tear runs down his face.]

[They leave, and make their way to Lothlorien.] (is that Jordan border).

Lothlorien (JORDAN)

[After travelling for some time, they reach the woods of Lothlorien, and enter it.]

Gimli:

Stay close, young Hobbits! They say that a great sorceress lives in these woods. An Elf-witch of terrible power. All who look upon her fall under her spell.

Galadriel :

Frodo!

Frodo:

[Gasps]

Gimli:

And are never seen again.

Galadriel (V.O):

You are coming to us is as the footsteps of doom... You bring great evil here, Ring-bearer.

Sam:

Mr. Frodo?

Gimli:

Well, here's one dwarf she won't ensnare so easily. I have the eyes of a hawk and the ears of a fox.

[Elves appear, covering the company with arrows.]

Gimli:

Oh...

Haldir (an Elf): (a Mason)

The Dwarf breathes so loud, we could have shot him in the dark.  (the Jordanian border patrol)

Aragorn:

Haldir o Lórien. Henio aníron, boe ammen i dulu lîn. Boe ammen veriad lîn.

[Translation: "Haldir of Lorien. We come here for help. We need your protection."] (These false slogans work very will with the Jordanian border patrol)

Gimli:

Aragorn! These woods are perilous. We should go back.

Haldir:

You have entered the realm of the Lady of the Wood. You cannot go back. Come. She is waiting.

The Mirror of Galadriel

[The Fellowship continue on, led by Haldir.]

[Celeborn and Galadriel come, in a bright light.]

Celeborn:  (silly born king who is that? Who is his wife named Galadriel).

Eight that there are here, yet nine there were set out from Rivendell. Tell me, where is Gandalf, for I much desire to speak with him.

Galadriel:

[Looks at Aragorn.] He has fallen into Shadow. The quest stands upon the edge of a knife. Stray but a little, and it will fail to the ruin of all. [Looks at Boromir, who is very uncomfortable.]

Galadriel:

Yet hope remains while the Company is true. [Looks at Sam.]

Galadriel:

Do not let your hearts be troubled. Go now and rest, for you are weary with sorrow and much toil. Tonight, you will sleep in peace...

Galadriel (V.O):

Welcome, Frodo of the Shire, one who has seen the Eye!

Legolas:

A lament for Gandalf. (the Bedwens style of making songs about the died)

Merry:

What do they say about him?

Legolas:

I have not the heart to tell you. For me the grief is still too near.

Aragorn:

[To Boromir]: Take some rest. These borders are well protected. (borders of Jordan are well protected)

Boromir:

I will find no rest here. I heard her voice inside my head. She spoke of my father and the fall of Gondor. She said to me, "Even now there is hope left." But I cannot see it. It is long since we had any hope.

[Aragorn sits beside him.]

My father is a noble man, but his rule is failing. And then our... our people lose faith. He looks to me to make things right, and I, I would do it. I would see the glory of Gondor restored. Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? The white tower of Ecthelion. Glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets?

Aragorn:

I have seen the White City. Long ago. (Tahran, is the white city, and it fill for the Islamic revelution in Iran, and the Shah, the Masonic king of Iran lost his white city, Tahran)

Boromir: (boromir = Poor Amir of Iran = the prince of the lost kindom of Shah of iran)

One day, our paths will lead us there. And the tower guard shall take up the call: "The Lords of Gondor have returned."

[Frodo sees Galadriel walking somewhere, and follows her. Upon a table is a round tray. She goes to a fountain, and fills a jug with water.]

Galadriel:

Will you look into the mirror? (this is Al Mandal famous in Jordan)

Frodo:

What will I see?

Galadriel:

Even the wisest cannot tell. For the mirror shows many things.

[She empties the jug into the tray - or mirror.]

Things that were, things that are, and some things that have not yet come to pass.

[Frodo looks into the mirror. He sees Legolas' back, then Sam and Pippin. They all look sad and grave. Then he sees the Shire. It is filled with flame, and with Orcs. Frodo gasps. Sam is seen with his ankles chained on a line with many other Hobbits. They are whipped. Then Frodo sees the Eye. He feels the Ring slipping in towards the mirror, but he pulls it backwards, falling onto the ground. The water in the mirror is steaming.] (orc = Iraq, in real life who is playing the role of Sarumn the old frend of Gandalf, Saddam Husain and Iraq)

Galadriel:

I know what it was that you saw. For it is also in my mind.

Galadriel (V.O):

It is what will come to pass if you should fail. The Fellowship is breaking . It has already begun. He will try to take the Ring. You know of whom I speak. One by one it will destroy them all.

Frodo:

If you ask it of me, I will give you the One Ring.

[He holds out the Ring.]

Galadriel:

You offer it to me freely. I do not deny that my heart has greatly desired this.

[She walks slowly towards Frodo, her hand outstretched.] In the place of a Dark Lord, you would have a QUEEN!

[She changes, and she seems very powerful.]

NOT DARK, BUT BEAUTIFUL AND TERRIBLE AS THE DAWN! TREACHEROUS AS THE SEA! STRONGER THAN THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EARTH! ALL SHALL LOVE ME AND DESPAIR.

[She becomes normal again, and breathes heavily, as though trying to catch her breath.]

I pass the test. I will diminish, and go into the West, and remain Galadriel.

Frodo:

I cannot do this alone.

Galadriel:

You are a Ring-bearer, Frodo. To bear a Ring of Power is to be alone. This task was appointed to you. And if you do not find a way, no one will.

Frodo:

Then I know what I must do. It's just, I'm afraid to do it.

Galadriel:

[She bends down towards him.]

Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.[Frodo closes his hand over the Ring.]

Saruman:

Do you know how the Orcs first came into being? They were Elves once. Taken by the Dark Powers, tortured, and mutilated. A ruined, and terrible form of life. And now, perfected. My fighting Uruk-hai. Whom do you serve?

Lurtz (A Uruk-hai):

Saruman.

[We see Orcs and Uruk-hai in the caverns of Isengard, putting on armour, and taking weapons.]

Saruman:

Hunt them down! Do not stop until they are found. You do not know pain, you do not know fear. You will taste man flesh![Turns to Lurtz.]One of the Halflings carries something of great value. Bring them to me alive and unspoilt. Kill the others.[The army of Orcs and Uruk-hai leave the caverns.]

Farewell to Lorien

Galadriel:

Farewell, Frodo Baggins. I give you the light of Earendil, our most beloved star.

Namarie. [Translation: "Farewell."][She bends over, and kisses the top of Frodo's head.][The Fellowship row off, and Galadriel stands on the shore, her hand held outwards.]

Voice of Galadriel:

May it be a light for you in dark places, when all other lights go out.

The Great River

[We see an army of Orcs running through the forest.][Legolas and Aragorn hear the cries of the Orcs. After rowing for some time, they come to two tall statues, one on either side of the of the river. The row past them.]

Aragorn:

Frodo. The Argornath. Long have I desired to look upon the Kings of old. My kin.

The Breaking of the Fellowship

[After some time, the stop rowing, and rest on the western shore of the river.]

Aragorn:

We cross the lake at nightfall, hide the boats, and continue on foot. We approach Mordor from the north.

Gimli:

Oh, yes? Just a simple matter of finding our way through Emyn Muil? An impassable labyrinth of razor-sharp rocks? And after that, it gets even better! Festering, stinking marshlands, as far as the eye can see.

Aragorn:

That is our road. I suggest you take some rest and recover your strength, Master Dwarf.

Gimli:

Recover my... phfwahh...

Legolas:

[To Aragorn]: We should leave now.

Aragorn:

No. Orcs patrol the eastern shore. We must wait for the cover of darkness.

Legolas:

It is not the eastern shore that worries me. A shadow and a threat has been growing in my mind. Something draws near. I can feel it.

Gimli:

Recover strength... [To Pippin]: Pay no heed to that, young Hobbit.

Merry:

Where's Frodo?

[Aragorn sees Boromir gone as well.][We see Frodo wandering off, alone. Boromir appears, collecting fire wood.]

Boromir:

None of us should wander alone. You least of all. So much depends on you. Frodo? I know why you seek solitude. You suffer. I see it day by day. Are you sure you do not suffer needlessly? There are other ways, Frodo. Other paths that we might take.

Frodo:

I know what you would say, and it would seem like wisdom, but for the warning in my heart.

Boromir:

Warning? Against what?

[He begins to advance on Frodo, who backs away.] We're all afraid, Frodo, but to let that fear drive us to destroy what hope we have. Don't you see, it's madness.

Frodo:

There is no other way.

Boromir:

I ask only for the strength to defend my people!

[He stops angrily, throwing the firewood he has collected to the ground.]

If you would but lend me the Ring…

Frodo:

[Backs away.] No!

Boromir:

Why do you recoil? I am no thief!

Frodo:

You are not yourself!

Boromir:

What chance do you think you have? They will find you. They will take the Ring. And you will beg for death before the end!

[Turns and walks away.]

You fool! It is not yours save by unhappy chance.

[Walks towards Frodo, who begins to run.] It could have been mine. It should be mine!
[Lunges forward towards Frodo, pulling him to the ground.]

Give it to me! Give me the Ring!

Frodo:

No!

[Frodo disappears, and hits Boromir.]

Boromir:

I see your mind!! You will take the Ring to Sauron! You will betray us! You go to your death! And the death of us all! Curse you! Curse you and all the Halflings!

[Boromir slips.]

Boromir:

[His anger passes, and he says softly]: Frodo? Frodo. What have I done? Please, Frodo...

[Frodo still has the Ring on, and the world is in darkness.]

Boromir:

Frodo, I'm sorry! Frodo!

[Frodo sees Barad-dûr, and then the Eye. He takes the Ring off, and the world comes back into its full light. As he is catching his breath, he sees Aragorn.]

Aragorn:

Frodo?

Frodo:

It has taken Boromir.

Aragorn:

Where is the Ring?

Frodo:

Stay away!

[He backs away.]

Aragorn:

Frodo! I swore to protect you.

Frodo:

Can you protect me from yourself?!

[Shows him the Ring.]

Would you destroy it?

[He puts his hand out, as though offering the Ring to Aragorn.]

Voice of the Ring (V.0):

Aragorn. Aragorn. Elessar.

Aragorn:

[Aragorn kneels beside Frodo, and closes Frodo's hand over the Ring.]

I would have gone with you to the end. Into the very fires of Mordor.

Frodo:

I know. Look after the others. Especially Sam. He will not understand

[Aragorn notices that Sting is glowing blue.]

Aragorn:

Go, Frodo. Run. Run!

[Orcs can bee seen coming. Aragorn comes out and faces an orc army. He fights them.]

Sam:

Mr. Frodo!

[Back to Aragorn fighting Orcs.]

Uruk-hai:

Find the Halfling! Find the Halfling!

Aragorn:

Elendil!

[Legolas and Gimli come to help Aragorn.]

Legolas:

Aragorn, Go!

[Frodo can be seen running away. He hides behind a tree. Merry and Pippin can be seen in a more safe hiding place.]

Merry:

Frodo!

Pippin:

Hide here, quick! Come on!

[Frodo shakes his head.]

Pippin:

What's he doing?

[Frodo shakes his head again.]

Merry:

He's leaving.

Pippin:

NO!

Merry:

Pippin.

[Pippin jumps out of his hiding place, and Merry follows. Orcs can be seen coming.]

Merry:

Run, Frodo. Go on!

Merry:

[Waving at the Orc army]: Hey, hey you! Over here!

Pippin:

Over here! Over here! This way!

Pippin:

It's working!

Merry:

I know it's working! Run!

[Legolas and others fight orcs.]

[Merry and Pippin continue to flee from the Orcs that they have lead towards them, but soon, Merry nudges Pippin, as an equally large group of Orcs approach, surrounding the two Hobbits. As one Orc swings an axe at Pippin, Boromir appears, stopping the axe from hitting Pippin. He kills many Orcs.]

[The scene switches back to Legolas and others. Boromir's horn is heard.]

Legolas:

The horn of Gondor.

Aragorn:

Boromir!

[They make their way towards Boromir.]

The Depature of Boromir

[Back to Boromir, Merry, and Pippin.]

Boromir:

Run! Run!

[He Merry and Pippin away, who run back several metres, then stop.]

[An orc shoots Boromir in the chest. He continues to fight. He is shot 3 times. Then Merry and Pippin try to fight the Orcs, but are taken. Lurtz, the Uruk-hai, is about to shoot Boromir in the head, but Aragorn takes it on. They fight for some time, and Aragorn manages to cut its head off. He runs back to Boromir.]

Aragorn:

No.

Boromir:

They took the little ones.

Aragorn:

Stay still.

Boromir:

Frodo. Where is Frodo?

Aragorn:

I let Frodo go.

Boromir:

Then you did what I could not. I tried to take the Ring from him.

Aragorn:

The Ring is beyond our reach now.

Boromir:

Forgive me. I did not see it. I have failed you all.

Aragorn:

No, Boromir. You fought bravely. You have kept your honour.

[Is about to take an arrow out of him.]

Boromir:

Leave it! It is over. The world of Men will fall. And all will come to darkness. My city to ruin.

Aragorn:

I do not know what strength is in my blood. But I swear to you, I will not let the White City fall. Nor our people fail.

Boromir:

Our people. Our people. [Aragorn gives him his sword.]

[Legolas and Gimli see Aragorn leaning over Boromir.]

Boromir:

I would have followed you, my brother. My captain. My king.

[He dies.]

Aragorn:

Be at peace, son of Gondor. [He kisses his forehead.]

[Frodo is seen standing by the boats.]

Sam:

Frodo!

[Frodo is seen holding the Ring on the palm of his hand.]

[- - - - Flashback - - - -]

Frodo (V.O):

I wish the Ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened.

Gandalf (V.O):

So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide.
[We see Gandalf.]

Gandalf:

All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to you.[- - - - End flashback - - - -]
[Frodo closes his hand over the Ring, and sets out in one of the boats.]

Sam:

[Reaches the shore.] Frodo, no!!! Frodo! Mr. Frodo!

[He enters the water.]

Frodo:

[Softly, to himself]: No, Sam.

[To Sam]: Go back, Sam. I'm going to Mordor alone.

Sam:

[Wading deeper into the water.]

Of course you are. And I'm coming with you!!

Frodo:

You can't swim. Sam! [Sam's head goes under water.] SAM!
[We see Sam underwater, reaching towards a ray of light coming from above the water's surface. But he soon goes limp, sinking slowly, with his right hand weakly reaching upwards. Then Frodo's strong hand appears, finding Sam's wrist; and Sam's hand tightens around Frodo's. With difficulty, Frodo helps a spluttering and coughing Sam into the boat, and they face each other.]

Sam:

[While recovering his breath]: I made a promise, Mr. Frodo. A promise: "Don't you leave him Samwise Gamgee." And I don't mean to. I don't mean to.

Frodo:

Oh, Sam. [He embraces Sam, and, both in tears, they hold each other tightly for some time, before Frodo sits back, though still with a tight grip about Sam.]

Come on, then.

[Oars in hand, they row off together, eastward across the Great River.]

[We see Boromir's body laid out on one of the Elven boats, at sea, his hands clasped around his sword. Aragorn tries on Boromir's gauntlets, while staring into the distance, as Boromir's funeral boat is taken to the falls of Rauros, and swept over the side. Meanwhile, Gimli stands alone, by the shore, as Legolas rushes out, hurriedly pushing one of the boats into the water.]

Legolas:

Hurry! Frodo and Sam have reached the eastern shore.

[Legolas pauses, as the other two make no move. Grief-stricken, Aragorn looks down - then across the river, where Frodo and Sam can be seen rushing off into the bushes. He sighs.]

Legolas:

You mean not to follow them.

Aragorn:

Frodo's fate is no longer in our hands.

Gimli:

Then it has all been in vain. The Fellowship has failed.

Aragorn:

[Walks over to Legolas and Gimli, and places his hands on their shoulders.] Not if we hold true to each other.

Gimli:

[Places his hand onto Aragorn's.]

Aragorn:

We will not abandon Merry and Pippin to torment and death. Not while we have strength left. Leave all that can be spared behind. We travel light. Let's hunt some Orc.

Gimli:

YES!!!

Legolas:

[Smiles.][They run off.]

[Frodo and Sam are seen looking over to Mordor.]

Frodo:

Mordor. I hope the others find a safer road.

Sam:

Strider will look after them.

Frodo:

I don't suppose we'll ever see them again.

Sam:

We may yet, Mr. Frodo. We may.

Frodo:

Sam...[He smiles.]

I'm glad you're with me.

~ The End ~

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Voices are heard from the Misty Mountains.] [TITLE: THE TWO TOWERS]

Gandalf:

You cannot pass!

Frodo:

Gandalf!

Gandalf:

I'm the servant of the secret fire, wielder of the flame of Anor. The dark fire will not avail you! Flame of Udun!

[We track in through the mountain and see Gandalf and the Balrog on the Bridge of Khazad-dûm.]

Gandalf:

Go back to the shadow! YOU… SHALL NOT... PASS!!! (illuminati secret names, used between each other, each one is a keeper something) (Dark fire shall not benefit you, that’s what satin and his helpers call God “dark Fire”, that’s what the dives say to the angels)  (He shall not pass and dajjal knows it, but for satin, every thing is the opposite)[Gandalf slams his staff on the bridge, and a flash of white light drives the Balrog back. The demon draws a whip of fire, steps onto the bridge, and it gives way, dropping the Balrog into the chasm. It seems they have won, but as he turns away, the tail of the whip catches Gandalf's ankle and pulls him down. He gets a brief grasp on the edge of the bridge.]

BOROMIR:

[Holding Frodo back.] No! Frodo!

Gandalf:

Fly you fools!

[Gandalf loses his grip and falls into the chasm.]

Frodo:

Nooooooooo! [Gandalf falls after the Balrog and grabs hold of his sword Glamdring on his way down. As they continue to plunge into the depths, Gandalf hacks away at the Balrog even as it crashes and bounces off the walls. They continue to plunge at great speed, sometimes with Gandalf clinging to the horn of the demon. The battling pair then falls into an enormous cavern and plunges into the water. Just then Frodo wakens from the nightmare.]

Frodo:

Gandalf!

Sam:

What is it Mr. Frodo?

Frodo:

Nothing. Just a dream.   [TITLE: THE TWO TOWERS]

[Frodo and Sam climb over rocky terrain. They look into the distance at the Mountain of Fire.]

Sam:

Mordor. The one place in Middle Earth we don't want to see any closer. It's the one place we are trying to get to. It's just where we cant get. Let's face it Mr. Frodo. We're lost. I don't think Gandalf meant for us to come this way.

Frodo:

He didn't mean for a lot of things to happen, Sam. But they did.[Suddenly Frodo feels and spies the Eye zooming in on him. He gasps and pants as he backs away.]

Sam:

Frodo? It's the Ring isn't it?

Frodo:

It's getting heavier. What food have we got left?

Sam:

Well, let me see. Oh yes, lovely. Lembas bread. And look! More lembas bread. I don't usually hold to foreign food, but this elvish stuff is not bad.

Frodo:

Nothing ever dampens your spirits does it Sam?

Sam:

Those rainclouds might.[They continue trekking through difficult terrain, often huddling underneath their cloaks.]

Sam:

This looks strangely familiar.

Frodo:

[In frustration]: That's because we've been here before! We are going in circles!

Sam:

Ah! What's that 'orrid stink? I'll warrant there's a nasty bog nearby. Can you smell it?

Frodo:

Yes I can smell it. We are not alone.

Gollum:

[Sneaking up on the hobbits.] Those thieves! Those filthy little thieves! Wheeere isssit? Wheeere isssit? They stole it from us. My preciousssss. [Suddenly the hobbits spring up, grab hold of Gollum’s arms and pull him down. Amidst the struggle, Gollum wriggles loose and leaps onto Frodo. As Frodo falls back, the chain and ring around his neck is revealed and Gollum jumps straight for the Ring. Sam tries to grab at him but is knocked away. Gollum now jumps on top of Frodo and tries to reach for the Ring even as Frodo grabs his hands and tries to push him away. Gollum’s cheeks puff with exertion as he struggles with Frodo, his huge eyes fixed on the Ring. Sam grabs hold of Gollum again and tears him away from Frodo. Gollum then turns around and bits Sam on the shoulder, wriggles around and clasps his arms around Sam’s neck and legs around his waist in a death grip. Frodo then unsheathes Sting and holds it to Gollum's throat.]

Frodo:

This is Sting. You've seen it before, haven't you, Gollum! Release him or I'll cut your throat!

[Slowly, Gollum loosens his grip on Sam and as the latter disentangles himself, Gollum wails. He is then tied at the neck with Sam’s elvish rope and half-dragged along even as he cries and wails.]

Gollum:

It burns! It burns us! Take it off!

Sam:

Quiet you! It's hopeless! Every Orc in Mordor will hear this racket! Let's tie him up and leave him!

Gollum:

No! Thats will kill us, kill us!

Sam:

It's nothing more than you deserve!

Frodo:

Maybe he does deserve to die. Now that I've seen him, I do pity him.

Gollum:

[Begging]: We be nice to them, if they be nice to us. Take it off us. We swears to do what you wants. We swears!

Frodo:

There is no promise you can make that I can trust. (The Othman Turks become a servant and a slave for the masons of Israel)

Gollum:

We swears to serve the master of the precioussss. We swears on, on the precioussss! Gollum Gollum

Frodo:

The Ring is treacherous. It will hold you to your word. (All Muslims will be held to their word if they swear by the Quran”the Ring”)

Gollum:

Yes... on the preciouss... on the preciousss.

Sam:

[Suddenly, Sam shouts out loudly]: I don't believe you! Get down! Get down! [Sam jerks strongly at the rope as Gollum tries to get away and Gollum falls to the ground.]

Frodo:

[In horror]: Sam!

Sam:

He was trying to trick us! We let him go, he'll throttle us into our sleep!

Frodo:

[To Gollum, almost as a statement rather than question]: You know the way to Mordor?

Gollum:

[Nodding warily]: Yes.

Frodo:

You've been there before?

Gollum:

[Nodding again]: Yes.

Frodo:

[Taking the rope off Gollum]: You will lead us to the Black Gate. (the gates of Islam, the white gates)

[Gollum looks up at Frodo in wonder, amazed to have been showed such kindness and trust. He scrambles off quickly, the Hobbits hurrying on after him.][The Uruk-hai carry Merry and Pippin over the fields Rohan.]

Pippin:

Merry! Merry!

[We see that Merry is unconscious, with large, nasty gash about his right brow.]

[Suddenly, a Uruk-hai raises his hand, signalling for the group to stop.]

Uglúk:

What is it? What do you smell?

Maúhur:

Man-flesh.

Pippin:

[To himself]: Aragorn!

Uglúk:

They've picked up our trail! Let's go! [The Uruk-hai quicken their pace. Pippin struggles to reach his Elven brooch with his teeth. He then tears it off his cloak and drops it onto the ground. The Uruks don't notice the brooch, but some trample it, setting it more firmly into the soil.][Aragorn is lying with his eyes closed and ear pressed to the ground, listening for the sound of footsteps.]

Aragorn:

Their pace quickens. They must have caught our scent. Hurry!

Legolas:

Come on Gimli!

Gimli:

Three day's and night's pursuit.. no food... no rest... and no sign of our quarry but what bare rock can tell.

[The Three Hunters run across rocks and plains, with Aragorn in the lead, and Legolas and Gimli trailing behind. Aragorn suddenly bends down to pick up an Elven brooch from the ground.]

Aragorn:

Not idly do the leaves of Lorien fall.

Legolas:

They may yet be alive.

Aragorn:

Less than a day ahead of us, come!

Legolas:

Come Gimli! We are gaining on them.

Gimli:

I'm wasted on cross-country. We dwarves are natural sprinters. Very dangerous we are over short distances.

[Camera pans over the Orcs running across the plains, and then swings to the Three Hunters giving chase. The trackers come over a hill and pause as they gaze across the plains below.]

Aragorn:

Rohan, home of the horse-lords. There's something strange at work here. Some evil gives speed to these creatures. Sets it's will against us. Legolas! What does your elf eyes see?

Legolas:

The Uruks turn Northeast. They are taking the hobbits to Isengard!

Aragorn:

Saruman.

[The tower of Orthanc stands amidst the smoking caverns of Isengard. Saruman stands in his chamber, communicating with the Dark Lord through the Palantir.]

Saruman:

The world is changing. Who now has the strength to stand against the armies of Isengard and Mordor. To stand against the might of Sauron and Saruman and the union of the two towers. Together, Lord Sauron, we shall rule this Middle-Earth.

[The caverns of Isengard glow with the fires of industry, sounds of hammering fill the air and molten iron is poured into casts.]

Saruman: (Voiceover) (in real life its saddam husain, he plays the role they made for him) The old world will burn in the fires of industry. Forests will fall. A new order will rise. We will drive the machinery of war with the sword and the spear and the iron fist of the Orcs. We now have only to remove those who oppose us. [Saruman stands in the midst of a gathering of Wildmen, who are holding tOrches and crude weapons.]

Saruman:

The horsemen have taken your lands. They drove your people into the hills to scratch the living of rocks.

CROWD

Murderers!

Saruman:

Take back the lands they stole from you. Burn every village! It will begin in the Rohan. Too long have these peasants stood against you. But no more.[The wildmen and Orcs attack a village. A woman with her hand on a horse calls out to her children.]

Mother:

Eothain, take your sister. You'll go faster with just two.

Freya:

But Papa says Eothain must not ride. He's too big for him!

Mother:

Listen to me! You must ride to Edoras and raise the alarm. Do you understand me?

Eothain:

Yes mum.

Freya:

I don't wanna go! I don't wanna go!

Mother:

Listen to me. I will find you there.[Screams are increasing in volume as the army draws closer.]

Mother:

Quickly! Go, child![To herself]: Oh, child.

[The army slaughters at will and sets fire to the village. Eothain and Freya weep as they look back from a distance.]

Saruman: (V.O.)

Rohan, my lord, is ready to fall. (Rohan is the Saudi Arabia, after he took Kuwait)

[A group of horsemen ride to Edoras. Èomer is in the lead, carrying a gravely wounded Théodred in front of him. Èowyn runs hastily up the stairs to the Golden Hall and enters a bedchamber. She runs to the bed.]

Èowyn:

Théodred!

[Théodred seems to hear her call but is unable to respond. He has a bloody gash on the side of his head. Èomer nods to Èowyn in the direction of Théodred’s torso. Èowyn draws back the covers and upon seeing Théodred’S fatal wound, her lips tighten and her eyes close. She looks up to catch Èomer’s eye.][Èomer and Èowyn are speaking to King Théoden who sits motionless on his throne, wizened and aged beyond his years.]

Èowyn:

[To Théoden]: Your son is badly wounded, my lord.

Èomer: (eomer = Amer of kuwait)

He was ambushed by Orcs. If we don't defend our country, Saruman will take it by fOrce.

Grima:

That is a lie! Saruman the White has ever been our friend and ally. (The advisers of the king of Saudi Arabia)

Théoden:

[Mumbling]: Grima... Grima

Èomer:

Orcs are roaming freely across our lands. Unchecked, unchallenged, killing at will. Orcs bearing the white hand of Saruman.[Èomer drops a helmet onto the ground, which topples over to reveal the white hand of Saruman.]

Grima:

Why do you lay these troubles on an already troubled mind? Can you not see? Your uncle is weary of your malcontent, your warmongering.

Èomer:

Warmongering? How long has it been since Saruman bought you? What was the promised price, Grima? When all the men are dead you would take a share of the treasure?[Èomer watches Grima, whose eyes fall on Èowyn's figure in the background.]Too long have you watched my sister, too long have you haunted her steps.

Grima: (the grand mather  of Kuwait)

You see much, Èomer son of Èomund. Too much. You are banished forthwith from the kingdom of Rohan, under pain of death. (banished = expelled,  the Saudis innored the invasion of Kuwait in the beginning, and almost epelled the Amer of Kuwait)[The Uruk-hai and Orcs continue to march across the plains with their hobbit captives. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli are in pursuit.]  (the iraqi armi continue to march across the plains of kuwait and took some britesh hoteges some ware jews)

Gimli:

Keep breathing, that's the key! Breathe! Ho!

Legolas:

They run as if the very whips of their masters were behind them.

[They continue running over vast distances. The Uruk-hai and Orcs halt at nightfall, many panting.]

BAGLOR

We ain't goin' no further till we've 'ad a breather.

Uglúk:

Get the fire going!

Pippin:

Merry! Merry!

Merry:

I think, we might have made a mistake leaving the Shire, Pippin.[A rumbling sound is heard.]

Pippin:

What's making that noise?

Merry:

It's the trees. (the hostages in Iraq became free)

Pippin:

What?

Merry:

You remember the Old Forest? On the borders of Buckland? Folks used to say that there was something in the water that made the trees tall, and come alive.

Pippin:

Alive?

Merry:

Trees that could whisper, talk to each other, even move.

BAGLOR

I'm starving. We ain't 'ad nothin' but maggoty bread for three stinkin' days!

Roc:

Yeah! Why can't we have some meat?[Looking at the hobbits]: What about them? They're fresh!

Uglúk:

They are not for eating!

Grishnákh:

What about their legs? They don't need those. Ooh! They look tasty!

Uglúk:

Get back!

Roc:

Just a mouthful?[Uglúk kills Roc.]

Uglúk:

Looks like meat's back on the menu boys!

[The Uruk-hai and Orcs cheer and started tearing into Roc, intestines flying, taking their eyes off the hobbits for a while.]

Merry:

Pippin, let's go![Their hands still bound, the hobbits try to crawl away. Suddenly a foot comes down onto Pippin and flips him over.]

Grishnákh:

Go on, call for help. Squeal! No one's gonna save you now!

[Suddenly, hits Grishnákh. Mayhem ensues as Riders of Rohan burst out from their hiding places and ambush the Orcs.]

Merry:

Pippin!

[The hobbits try to escape from the pandemonium to the forest, dodging bodies and stomping feet. Suddenly Pippin turns and looks up at a pair of thrashing hooves bearing down on him.]

Pippin:

Ahh!

[The Three Hunters are still chasing after the Uruk-Hai. Dawn has broken.]

Legolas:

A red sun rises. Blood has been spilled this night.[The sound of horses comes to their ears. Aragorn quickly gets them to hide behind some boulders. A large group of horse-men appears, galloping quickly with their banners flying. Aragorn comes out of hiding as they pass, followed by Legolas and Gimli.]

Aragorn:

Riders of Rohan! What news from the Mark?[At a signal from Èomer at the lead, the riders make a quick turn and head towards them, surrounding them in an ever-tightening circle. As they stop, they point their long spears menacingly at them.]

Èomer:

What business does an elf, a man, and a dwarf have in the Riddermark? Speak quickly!

Gimli:

Give me your name, horsemaster, and I shall give you mine.

Èomer:

I would cut off your head, Dwarf, if it stood but a little higher from the ground.

[Legolas, in a lightning fast move, points an arrow at Èomer.]

Legolas:

You would die before your stroke fell!

[The riders all point their spears closer to the travelers. Aragorn pushes down Legolas’ arm.]

Aragorn:

I'm Aragorn, son of Arathorn. This is Gimli, son of Gloin, and Legolas, from the Woodland realm. We are friends of Rohan and of Théoden, its King.

Èomer:

Théoden no longer recognizes friend from foe.[He takes helmet off.]Not even his own kin.[The spears are withdrawn.]

Èomer:

Saruman has poisoned the mind of the king and claim lordship over this land. My company are those loyal to Rohan. And for that, we are banished. The White Wizard is cunning. He walks here and there they say, as an old man, hooded and cloaked. And everywhere his spies slip past our nets.

Aragorn:

We are not spies. We track a band of Uruk-Hai westward across the plains. They have taken two of our friends captive.

Èomer: (the kuwaiti resestanse killed Iraqes)

The Uruks are destroyed. We slaughtered them during the night.

Gimli:

[Distraught, despairingly]: But there were two Hobbits, do you see two Hobbits with them?

Aragorn:

They would be small, only children to your eyes.

Èomer: (kuwati resestance ware very bloody)

We left none alive. We piled the carcasses and burned them.[He points off in the distance, where we see the Uruk-hai pile, still smoking.]

Gimli:

[Disbelievingly]: They are dead?

Èomer:

[He pauses briefly - then nods.] FI am sorry.Hasufel! Arod! [Two riderless horses come forth.]

May these horses bear you to better fortune than the former masters. Farewell. Look for your friends, but do not trust to hope. It has forsaken these lands. [To the riders]: We ride north!

[Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli ride towards the burning carcasses, and Gimli starts to shift through the smouldering pile, from which he retrieves a charred belt and dagger sheath.]

Gimli:

[Sadly]: It’s one of their little belts.

Legolas:

[With closed eyes]:Hiro hyn hîdh ab 'wanath.[Translation: "May they find peace after death."]

Aragorn:

AAAHHH!!! [He kicks the Orc pile.]

Gimli:

[In disbelief]: We failed them.[Aragorn away, off to the side, but as he does so, something catches his eye.]

Aragorn:

A Hobbit lay here, and the other.[Flashback: Pippin yells as he looks up at a pair of thrashing hooves bearing down on him. He rolls over.]

Aragorn:

They crawled.[Flashback: Merry and Pippin crawl frantically away from the battle.]

Aragorn:

Their hands were bound.[Flashback: Merry rubs his bonds furiously against the sharp edge of an upturned blade.]

Aragorn:

Their bonds were cut. They ran over here and were followed.[Flashback: Their hands freed, the hobbits run away from the battle scene, dodging under a horse and trying to stay out of harms way. As they flee, Grishnákh grabs Pippin by his belt and clings on.]

Merry:

The belt! Run![Pippin undoes his belt and Grishnákh is left holding the belt and the hobbits run off.]

Aragorn:

Tracks lead away from the battle, into... Fangorn Forest.

Gimli:

Fangorn! What madness drew them there?[The hobbits are in Fangorn Forest.]

Pippin:

Did we lose him? I think we lost him.

[Suddenly, Grishnákh bursts through the branches, brandishing a blade.]

Grishnákh:

I'm gonna rip off both your little heads! Come here!

Merry:

Trees! Climb a tree![Pippin and Merry each scramble up a tree.]

Merry:

He's gone.[Suddenly, Merry is pulled by his legs and falls to the ground. Grishnákh leans over him with his menacing blade.]

Pippin:

Merry![Pippin looks down in horror but as he turns his head, he spots a pair of gleaming yellow eyes blinking in the tree he’s clinging to.]

Pippin:

Ah![Pippin loses his grip in fright and falls. The tree catches him.]

Grishnákh:

[To Merry]: Let’s put a maggot-hole in your belly. [Suddenly Grishnákh senses something behind him and as he looks up, the tree squashes him.]

Pippin:

Run, Merry![The Tree scoops up Merry.]

Treebeard:

Little Orcs!

Pippin:

It's talking Merry. The tree is talking.

Treebeard:

Tree? I am no tree! I am an Ent.

Merry:

Treeherder! Shepherd of the forest.

Pippin:

Don't talk to it Merry. Don't encourage it.

Treebeard:

Treebeard some call me.

Pippin:

And whose side are you on?

Treebeard:

Side? I am on nobody's side. Because nobody is on my side, little Orc. Nobody cares for the woods anymore.

Merry:

We are not Orcs. We are Hobbits!

Treebeard:

Hobbits? Never heard of a Hobbit before. Sounds like Orc mischief to me. They come with fire, they come with axes. Biting, breaking, hacking, burning. Destroyers and usurpers. Curse them!

Merry:

No! You don't understand. We are Hobbits, halflings. Shirefolk!

Treebeard:

Maybe you are, and maybe you aren't. The White Wizard will know.

Pippin:

White Wizard?

Merry:

Saruman!

[Treebeard drops Merry and Pippin on the ground and the Hobbits look up in wonder at the White Wizard.]

[Frodo and Sam follow Gollum to the end of the rocky terrain. Gollum looks back.]

Gollum:

See, see, we have led you out! Hurry, hurry! Very lucky we find you. Nice hobbit.

Sam:

Whoa! It's a bog! He's led us into a swamp!

Gollum:

Swamp, yes. Come master. We will take you to safe paths, through the mist. Come Hobbits, come. We move quickly. I found it. I did. The way through the marshes. Orcs don't use it. Orcs don't know it. They go round for miles and miles. Come quickly. Swift and quickly.

Sam:

There are dead things! Dead faces in the water!

Gollum:

All dead. All rotten. Elves and men and Orcs. A great battle long ago. The Dead Marshes. Yes, yes! That is the name. This way. Don't follow the lights.

Sam:

Ohh!

Gollum:

Careful now! Or hobbits go down to join the dead ones, and light little candles of their own.[Frodo falls face-down into the water.]

Sam:

Frodo!

[Frodo sees many faces of the dead in the water. Their hands reach for him, seeking to draw him into their realm. Suddenly he is grabbed from behind and pulled ashore.]

Frodo:

Gollum?

Gollum:

Don't follow the lights!

Sam:

Frodo! are you alright?

[Nightfall: Sam is asleep but Frodo is still awake. He holds the Ring in the palm of his hand, staring at it and stroking it. Suddenly he hears a voice.]

Gollum:

So bright, so beautiful. Ah precious.

Frodo:

What did you say?

Gollum:

Master should be resting. Master need to keep up his strength.

Frodo:

Who are you?

Gollum:

Mustn't ask us it's name, not his business. Gollum, gollum.

Frodo:

Gandalf told me you were one of the River Folk.

Gollum:

Cold be heart and rock and bone. And call every traveller far from home.

Frodo:

He said your life was was a sad story.

Gollum:

They do not see what lies ahead when sun has faded and moon is dead.

Frodo:

You were not so different from a Hobbit once were you... Sméagol?

Gollum:

[Turning around]: What did you call me?

Frodo:

That was your name once, wasn't it? A long time ago.

Gollum:

My... My name... Sméagol. Ahh!

Sam:

Black Riders!

Gollum:

Hide! Hide![Frodo feels a sharp pain in his shoulder.]

Sam:

C'mon Frodo, C'mon!

Gollum:

They will see us! They will see us. Wraiths! Wraiths on wings!

Sam:

I thought they were dead!

Gollum:

Dead? No, you cannot kill them. No.

Ringwraith:

[Screeches]

Gollum:

They are calling for the precious. They are calling for the preciousssss.[Frodo reaches for the Ring. Sam holds Frodo's hand.]

Sam:

It's alright.[The Ringwraith circles overhead and flies off into the distance.]

Gollum:

Hurry, hobbits. The Black Gate is very close.

[Meanwhile, Aragorn and company go into Fangorn Forest to look for Merry and Pippin.]

Gimli:

Orc blood!

Aragorn:

These are strange tracks.

Gimli:

The air is so close here.

Legolas:

This forest is old. Very old. Full of memories...and anger. The trees are speaking to each other.

Aragorn:

Gimli!

Gimli:

Huh?

Aragorn:

Lower your axe.

Gimli:

Oh!

Legolas:

Aragorn, nad no ennas![Translation: "Something is out there!"]

Aragorn:

Man cenich?[Translation: "What do you see?"]

Legolas:

The White Wizard approaches.

Aragorn:

Do not let him speak. He will out a spell on us! We must be quick.[With a yell, the three swing round to attack in accord. They are suddenly blinded by a bright light emanating from the White Wizard. Gimli’s axe and Legolas’ arrow are deflected. Aragorn's sword becomes to hot to hold.]

Wizard:

You are tracking the footsteps of two young hobbits

Aragorn:

Where are they?

Wizard:

They passed this way the day before yesterday. They met someone they did not expect. Does that comfort you?

Aragorn:

Who are you? Show yourself![The light dims, revealing Gandalf, dressed in white.]

Aragorn:

It cannot be! You fell!

Gandalf:

Through fire and water.[Flashback: Gandalf is battling the Balrog on a peak.]

Gandalf:

From the lowest dungeon to the highest peak, I fought him, the Balrog of Morgoth.

[Gandalf holds up Glamdring and a flash of lightning strikes it before he plunges the sword into the Balrog. With a final cry, the Balrog falls from the peak and lands, smoking, onto the icy mountainside.]

Gandalf:

Until at last, I threw down my enemy and smote his ruin upon the mountainside. Darkness took me. And I strayed out of thought and time. Stars wheeled overhead and each day was as long as a life age of the earth. But it was not the end. I felt life in me again. I've been sent back until my task is done.[End Flashback.]

Aragorn:

Gandalf.

Gandalf:

Gandalf? Oh yes. That's what they used to call me. Gandalf the Grey. That was my name.

Gimli:

Gandalf!

Gandalf:

I am Gandalf the White now. And I come back to you now at the turn of the tide.[They start to walk through the forest, with Gandalf leading the way.]

Gandalf:

One stage of the journey is over another begins. War has come to Rohan. We must ride to Edoras with all speed.

[Outside the forest, Gandalf whistles piercingly. Soon an answering neigh is heard and a white horse appears from the plain, answering the call.]

Legolas:

That is one of the mearas, unless my eyes are cheated by some spell.

Gandalf:

Shadowfax. He's the lord of all horses and he's been my friend through many dangers.[The four ride off.]

[Treebeard walks through the forest, carrying Merry and Pippin.]

Treebeard:

My home. I sleep in the forest here. The roots of the mountains. I told Gandalf I would keep you safe and safe is where I'll keep you. The trees have gone wild and dangerous. Anger is in their hearts. They will harm you if they can. There are too few of us now. Too few of us that are left to manage them.

[Frodo and Sam are led to the edge of a cliff.]

Gollum:

The Black Gate of Mordor.

Sam:

My old Gaffer would have a thing or two to say if he saw this.

Gollum:

Master says show him the way into Mordor so good Sméagol does what master says so.

Frodo:

I did.[Orcs are patrolling the Black Gate.]

Sam:

We cannot get past them.[A command is heard and an Orc sounds a horn. Two enormous cave trolls stretch and growl and then pull the mighty Gate open.]

Sam:

Look! The gate, it's opening! I can see a way down.[Sam moves closer to the edge. Suddenly, the rock underneath him gives way and he falls.]

Frodo:

Sam! No!

Sam:

Ah!! [Frodo goes after Sam.]

Gollum:

Master!

[Two Easterling soldiers see streams of dust coming down the cliff and investigate. Frodo reaches Sam who is stuck. As the Easterlings move closer and closer, Frodo throws his elvish cloak over himself and Sam. The soldiers can't see them and leave.]

Frodo:

I do not ask you to come with me, Sam.

Sam:

I know, Mr. Frodo. I doubt these elvish cloaks will help us in there.

Frodo:

Now!

Gollum:

No! No! No master! They catch you! They catch you. Don't take it to Him. He wants the precioussss. Always he's looking for it. And the preciousss is wanting to go back to him, but we musn't let him have it.

[Frodo tries to go, but Gollum won't let him.]

Gollum:

No! There is another way. More secret, and dark way.

Sam:

Why haven't you spoke of this before?!

Gollum:

Because master did not ask!

Sam:

He is up to something.

Frodo:

Are you saying that there is another way to Mordor?

Gollum:

Yes. There is a path, and some stairs and then a tunnel.

Frodo:

He has led us this far, Sam.

Sam:

Mr. Frodo, no!

Frodo:

He's been true to his word.

Sam:

No!

Frodo:

Lead the way, Sméagol.

Gollum:

Good Sméagol always help.[Gandalf, Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas approach a Kingdom.]

Gandalf:

Edoras and the Golden Hall of Meduseld, King of Rohan, whose mind is overthrown and Saruman's hold over King Théoden is now very strong.[Interior: Èowyn speaks to Théoden]

Èowyn:

My lord, your son is dead. My lord? Uncle? Will you not go to him? Will you do nothing.[Exterior]

Gandalf:

Be careful what you say. Do not look for welcome here.[Èowyn mourns the loss of the kings's son in a separate chamber.]

Grima:

Ohh he, he must have died sometime in the night. What a tragedy for the king to lose his only son and heir. I understand his passing is hard to accept, especially now that your brother has deserted you.

Èowyn:

Leave me alone, you snake!

Grima:

Oh, but you are alone. Who knows what you have spoken to the darkness, the bitter watches of the night. When all your life seems to shrink. The walls of your bower closing in about you. So fair, so cold, like a morning pale spring still clinging to winter's chill.

Èowyn:

Your words are poison.[Èowyn exits. Gandalf, Gimli, Aragorn, and Legolas approach.]

Gimli:

You'll find more cheer in a graveyard.[Guards approach.]

Gandalf:

Ah.

Hama:

I cannot allow you before Théoden-king so armed, Gandalf Grayhame. By order of Grima Wormtongue.

[Gandalf nods, gesturing to the others to give up their weapons. Aragorn hands over his sword, then pulls out a knife from his clothing, handing that over, too. Legolas hands over his knives and bow, and, rather reluctantly, Gimli hands over his axe. With this done, they make their way to the entrance.]

Hama:

[Gesturing to Gandalf]: Your staff.

Gandalf: (James baker went to saudi arabia, the king changes his mined and desides to help Kuwait)Hmm? [He glances at his staff.][Innocently]: Oh. No, you would not part an old man from his - walking stick.[Hama nods, and gestures that they follow him into the hall. Gandalf winks at Aragorn, and they make their way into the hall.]

[Interior]

Grima:

My Lord. Gandalf the Grey is coming. A herald of woe.

Gandalf:

The courtesy of your hall is somewhat lessened of late, Théoden-King.

Grima:

He is not welcome.

Théoden:

Why should I welcome you, Gandalf - Stormcrow?

Grima:

[In Theoden's ear]: A just question, my liege.[Loudly, so all can hear]: Late is the hour in which this conjurer chooses to appear. Lathspell spell I name him. Ill news is an ill guest.

Gandalf:

Silence! Keep your forked tongue behind your teeth. I have not passed through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a witless worm!

Grima:

Your staff...[Slowly yet impatiently, to the guards]: I told you to take the wizard's staff!

Gandalf:

Théoden, Son of Thengel. Too long have you sat in shadows.

Gimli:

[To Grima]: I would stay still if I were you.

Gandalf:

I will release you from the spell.

Théoden:

Hahaha! You have no powers here Gandalf the Grey. Haha! Ah!!

Gandalf:

I shall draw you, Saruman, as poison is drawn from a wound.[Èowyn rushes in, tries to go to Théoden, but Aragorn stops her.]

Aragorn:

Wait.

Théoden: [in Saruman's voice]If I go, Théoden dies.

Gandalf:

You did not kill me you will not kill him.

Théoden: [in Saruman's voice]

Rohan is mine!

Gandalf:

Be gone![Saruman's spell is broken. Théoden's face begins to change, into a much younger-looking man. Èowyn rushes up to him.]

Théoden:

I know your face. Èowyn... Èowyn.

Gandalf:

Breathe the free air again, my friend.

Théoden:

Dark my dreams have been of late.

Gandalf:

Your fingers would remember their old strength better... if they grasped your sword.[Hama runs up with his sword. Théoden draws it out, then his gaze turns to Grima. The guards throws Grima out of the hall and down the stairs.]

Grima:

Ah! I've only ever served you my lord

Théoden:

Your witchcraft would have had me crawling on all fours like a beast!

Grima:

Send me not from your side![Théoden raises sword to kill Grima.]

Aragorn:

No my lord! Let him go. Enough blood has been spilled on his account.

Grima:

Get out of my way![Grima exits.]

Aragorn:

Hail, Théoden, King!

Théoden:

Where is Théodred? Where is my son?[Théoden visits his Théodred's grave.]

Théoden:

Simbelmyne. Ever has it grown on the tombs of my forebears. Now it shall cover the grave of my son. Alas, that these evil days shall be mine. The young perish and the old linger. That I should live to see the last days of my house.

Gandalf:

Théodred's death was not of your making.

Théoden:

No parent should have to bury their child.

Gandalf:

He was strong in life. His spirits will find his way to the halls of your fathers.[Eothain and Freya appear on the hill on horseback. Eothain falls off the horse.][Inside the Golden Hall, the two children eat under the care of Èowyn.]

Èowyn:

They had no warning. They were unarmed. Now the wildmen are moving through westfold, burning as they go, every rick and cot.

Freya

Where's momma?

Èowyn:

Shh.

Gandalf:

This is but a taste of the terror that Saruman will unleash. All the more potent for he is driven mad by the fear of Sauron. Ride out and meet him head on. Draw him away from the women and children. You must fight.

Aragorn:

You have 2000 good men riding north as we speak. Èomer is loyal to you. His men will return and fight for their king.

Théoden:

They will be three hundred leagues from here by now. Èomer cannot help us. I know what is that you want of me. But I would not bring further death to my people. I will not risk open war.

Aragorn:

Open war is upon you, whether would risk it or not.

Théoden:

When last I looked, Théoden, not Aragorn, was king of Rohan.

Gandalf:

Then what is the king's decision?

[Cut to Exterior: Hama shouts to the people of Rohan.]

Hama

By order of the king, The city must empty. We make for the refuge of Helm's Deep. Do not burden yourself with treasures. Take only what provisions you need.

Gimli:

Helm's Deep! They flee to the mountains when they should stand and fight. Who will defend them if not their king?

Aragorn:

He is only doing what he thinks is best for his people. Helm's Deep has saved them in the past.

Gandalf:

There is no way out of that of ravine. Théoden is walking into a trap. He thinks he is leading them to safety but what he'll get is a massacre. Théoden has a strong hold but I fear for him. I fear for the survival of Rohan. He will need you before the end there, Aragorn. The people of Rohan will need you. The defenses have to hold.

Aragorn:

They will hold.

Gandalf:

The Grey Pilgrim. That is what they used to call me. Three hundred lives of men have walked this earth and now, I have no time. Good luck. My search will not be in vain. Look to my coming. At first light of the fifth day at dawn, look to the East.

Aragorn:

Go.[Gandalf exits on Shadowfax.][Èowyn opens a chest to reveal a sword. She swings it around and is parried by Aragorn.]

Aragorn:

You have some skill with a blade.

Èowyn:

Women of this country learned long ago that those without swords may still die upon them. I fear neither death nor pain.

Aragorn:

What do you fear my lady?

Èowyn:

A cage. To stay behind bars until use and old age accept them. And all chance of valor has gone beyond recall or desire.

Aragorn:

You are a daughter of kings. A shieldmaiden of Rohan. I do not think that will be your fate.[Meanwhile, at Isengard:]

Grima:

Théoden will not stay at Edoras. It is vulnerable. He knows this. He will expect an attack on the city. They will flee to Helm's Deep, the great fortress of Rohan. It is a dangerous road to take through the mountains. It will be slow. They will have women and children with them.[Saruman walks through the depths of Isengard. He approaches an Orc.] (saudi arabia evACUATED THE CITY CLOSE TO THE OCUPIDE KOWAITI BORDERES)

Saruman:

Send out your warg riders. [Gollum is still leading Sam and Frodo.]

Sam:

Hey Stinker! Don't go getting too far ahead!

Frodo:

Why do you do that?

Sam:

What?

Frodo:

Call him names? Run him down all the time.

Sam:

Because. 'Cause that's what he is, Mr. Frodo. There's naught left in 'im but lies and deceit. It's the Ring he wants. It's all he cares about.

Frodo:

You have no idea what it did to him. What is still doing to him. I want to help him Sam.

Sam:

Why?

Frodo:

Because I have to believe he could come back.

Sam:

You can't save him, Mr. Frodo.

Frodo:

What do you know about it? Nothing! I'm sorry Sam. I don't know why I said that.

Sam:

I do. It's the Ring. You can't take your eyes off it. I've seen you. You're not eating. You barely sleep. It's taking a hold of you Mr Frodo. You have to fight it.

Frodo:

I know what I have to do Sam. The Ring was entrusted to me. It's my task! Mine! My own!

Sam:

Can't you hear yourself? Don't you know who you sound like?[Gollum is off by himself at night.]

Gollum:

We wants it, we needs it. Must have the Preciousss. They stole it from us. Sneaky little hobbitses. Wicked, tricksy, filthsss!

Sméagol:

"No! No! Master!"

Gollum:

Yess. Preciousss first. They will cheat you, hurt you, lie!

Sméagol:

Master's my friend.

Gollum:

You don't have any friends. Nobody likes you.

Sméagol:

Not listening. Not listening.

Gollum:

You´re a liar, and a thief.

Sméagol:

No.

Gollum:

Murderer!

Sméagol:

Go away.

Gollum:

Go away?! Ahahhaa!

Sméagol:

I hate you, I hate you.

Gollum:

Where would you be without me? Gollum. Gollum. I saved us. It was me. We survived because of me.

Sméagol:

Not anymore.

Gollum:

What did you say?

Sméagol:

Master looks after us now. We don't need you.

Gollum:

What?

Sméagol:

Leave now and never come back.

Gollum:

No!

Sméagol:

Leave now and never come back!

Gollum:

Ahh!

Sméagol:

LEAVE NOW AND NEVER COME BACK![Silence]

Sméagol:

We told him to go away! And away he goes, preciousss. Gone, gone, gone, Sméagol is free![The next day Sméagol comes back with two rabbits and puts them to Frodo's lap.]

Sméagol:

Look! Look! See what Sméagol finds! Ehehe! Hohohhooo! They are young! They are tender and nice. Yes they are! Eat them. Eat them.

Sam:

Make him sick you will, behaving like that. There's only one way to eat a brace of coneys.

[Sam cooks the rabbits in a pot.]

Sméagol:

Argh!! Whats he doing! Stupid fat hobbit. You ruins it!

Sam:

Whats to ruin? There's hardly any meat on them. What we need it a few good taters.

Sméagol:

What's taters? Preciousss, what's taters? Huh?

Sam:

Po-ta-toes!! Boil them, mash them, stick them in a stew. Lovely big golden chips with a nice piece of fried fish.

Sméagol:

Phooh!

Sam:

Even you couldn't say no to that.

Sméagol:

Oh yes we could. Ssspoiling nice fish! Give it to ussss raw. and wwwriggling. You keep nasty chips!

Sam:

You're hopeless. Mr Frodo?[Frodo sees an army of the Easterling soldiers marching nearby.]

Sam:

Who are they?

Sméagol:

Wicked men, servants of Sauron. They are called to Mordor. The Dark One is gathering all armies to him. It won't be long now. It will soon be ready.

Sam:

Ready to do what?

Sméagol:

To make His war. The last war that will cover all the world in shadow.

Frodo:

We've got to keep moving. C'mon Sam.

Sam:

Mr. Frodo! Look! It's an Oliphant! No one at home will believe this.[Sméagol sneaks away.]

Frodo:

Sméagol?[Chaos breaks out when the Easterlings are attacked from the bushes.]

Frodo:

We've lingered here for too long. C'mon Sam![Frodo and Sam are caught by men.]

Sam:

Ah!

Faramir:

Bind their hands.[The villagers or Rohan are heading towards Helm's Deep.]

Gimli:

It's true you don't see many dwarf women. And in fact, they are so alike in voice and appearance, they are often mistaken for dwarf men.

Aragorn:

It's the beards.

Gimli:

And this in turn has given rise to the belief that there are no dwarf women. And the dwarves just, spring out of holes in the ground! Which is of course ridiculous. Whoa![Gimli falls from his horse.]It's alright! It's alright. Nobody panic. That was deliberate. It was deliberate[At night and Aragorn drifts off to sleep.]

Arwen

The light of the Evenstar does not wax and wane. It is mine to give to whom I will. Like my heart. Go to sleep.

Aragorn:

I am alseep. This is a dream.

Arwen

Then it is a good dream. Sleep.

Aragorn:

Sleep...

Minlû pedich nin, i aur hen telitha. [Translation: "You told me once, this day would come."]

Arwen:

Ú i vethed...nâ i onnad. Boe bedich go Frodo. Han bâd lîn.

[Translation: "This is not the end. It is the beginning. You must go with Frodo. That is your path."]

Aragorn:

Dolen i vâd o nin.[Translation: "My path is hidden from me."]

Arwen:

Si peliannen i vâd na dail lîn. Si boe ú-dhannathach.[Translation: "It is already laid before your feet, you cannot falter now."]

Aragorn:

Arwen.

Arwen

Ae ú-esteliach nad... estelio han. Estelio ammen.[Translation: "If you trust nothing else, trust this. Trust us."]

[Aragorn and the Rohirrim continue their journey.]

Èowyn:

Where is she? The woman who gave you that jewel?[Flashback to Elrond conversing with Aragorn at Rivendell:]

ELROND

Our time here is ending. Arwen's time is ending. Let her go. Let her take the ship into the West. Let her bear away her love for you to the undying lands, there to be ever green.

Aragorn:

But never more than a memory.

ELROND

I will not leave my daughter here to die.

Aragorn:

She stays because she still has hope.

ELROND

She stays for YOU! She belongs with her people.[Aragorn meets Arwen before the departure of the Fellowship.]

Aragorn:

Edra le men, men na guil edwen... haer o auth a nîr a naeth. [Translation: "You have a chance for another life ...away from war... grief... despair."]

Arwen

Why are you saying this?

Aragorn:

I'm mortal. You are elfkind. It was a dream Arwen, nothing more.[Aragorn tries to give the Evenstar back to Arwen.]

Aragorn:

This belongs to you.

Arwen

It was a gift. Keep it.[Flashback ends.]

Èowyn:

My lord?

Aragorn:

She is sailing to the undying lands, with all that is left of her kin.

Gamling:

What is it? Hama?

Hama

I'm not sure.[A warg scout appears above them and attacks Hama, killing him. Legolas immediately comes to the rescue, shooting with his bow.]

Legolas:

A scout!

Théoden:

What is it? What do you see?

Aragorn:

Wargs! We are under attack!

Théoden:

All riders to the head of the column!

Gimli:

C'mon get me up here, I'm a rider. Agh!

Théoden:

You must lead the people to Helm's Deep and make haste.

Èowyn:

I can fight!

Théoden:

No! You must do this. For me.

Théoden:

Follow me!

Gimli:

Forward, forward, march forward.

Èowyn:

[To the villagers]: Make for the lower ground. Stick together![The warg riders and the Rohirrim crash at full speed. They fight like men (and Orcs). Gimli falls of the horse and a riderless warg heads towards him.]

Gimli:

Bring your pretty face to my axe![Legolas shoots the warg.]

Gimli:

That one counts as mine![A dead warg lands on Gimli.]

Gimli:

Argh! Stinking creature!"[Aragorn catches his hand in the harness of a warg, and fights with the Orc rider, who finally falls off. Aragorn and the warg tumble off the cliff.]

Gimli:</