very sorry for my english,but I decide to answer on this and explain how I see the situation:

There’s no reliable information in canon about Sauron’s fate after he lost Tol Sirion. Sauron was defeated and wounded, he left an island and ran to Taur-nu-Fuin - and that’s actually all we know.

So after all this events I see at least 3 (actually 5,but I will describe only 3) possible versions:

1) Sauron could stay on Taur-nu-Fuin, because he feared of punishment and became an Ungoliant-type of evil. And he didn’t show himself during War because he was on his own side.

2) Morgoth could call Sauron to account and he would return to Angband,begging for mercy. After this Morgoth could banish him - in that case Sauron would become an outcast and probably wouldn’t take part in war. 

3) Script#2 with one ”but”. Sauron was Morgoth’s most powerful servant and it was not good to stay without him during infinite war. But loss of silmaril had a great impact on Morgoth’s position of invinsible king and Sauron was indirectly guilty in this situation ( at least from Morgoth’s point of view). So until the WoW Sauron stayed with Morgoth, but in ”disgraced” status. This version is one I use.

Actually I can explain my point of view better - but not on english, unfortunately.

anonymous said:

You probably have been asked this before, but do you have something for banishing people out of your life? I don't want to hurt this person, but they are very toxic in my life and I so far, my attempts at breaking off contact aren't working and I want them gone from my life

Lizzy has a banishing spell here. Though I personally would substitute the sharpie for chalk, as it’ll be better for the environment, but that’s a personal choice. 


Late have I loved you,

Beauty so ancient and so new,

late have I loved you!

Lo, you were within,

but I outside, seeking there for you,

and upon the shapely things you have made

I rushed headlong,

I, misshapen.

You were with me but I was not with you.

They held me back far from you,

those things which would have no being

were they not in you.

You called, shouted, broke through my deafness;

you flared, blazed, banished my blindness;

you lavished your fragrance,

I gasped, and now I pant for you;

I tasted you, and I hunger and thirst;

you touched me, and I burned for your peace.

—Augustine Confessions X.27

"you’re fired" says firelord donald trump. he unleashes a great fire blast upon his son and banishes him from the business

forellsket said:

Salt is used to protect against spirits and banishment or containment, yes? If so, does black salt have the opposite or different effects? Ty x

Hi! Ok, so when you say black salt for witchcraft purposes it makes me think of ritual black salt which is usually a mixture of regular salt, charcoal and/or ash, and the black gunk off of old pots. This stuff is also used to protect against evil spirits, break hexes/curses, chase unwanted people away (in this case I would add black pepper), etc. 

But I’m assuming you mean the cooking salt? I’m not completely sure. If anyone would like to chime in that would be amazing :)

another fun fact about aj she has no idea how the heck to draw big cats

This is King Bramble. A banished lion prince who  was scooped up by poachers and now lives his days in a rich man’s garden. I adopted this cutie from ciella on DA! I wanted a lion character for a while now, but never got around to making one. NOW I KNOW WHY I can’t draw them ahahahaha but still keeping him he’s just too precious.

Elevation is relative to the person viewing it. But in my opinion, the greatest sign of an elevated spirit, is one who respects, honors, and protects your autonomy over your own life. They see you as a person, and not a thing they own, or something to be manipulated.

It really doesn’t come to “right or wrong” or questions of “how do you know what is right or wrong”.

You gotta claim your space and claim your voice. If you don’t, someone else will, and there are spirits too that aren’t above that. 

Send them to the light, elevate them as best as you can. And really if it isn’t getting any better, you don’t need negative, disrespectful spirits in your life, just like you don’t need negative people. Banish them.

I scratch my head at the people who go “negative people are the greatest people in your life because they help you learn important lessons”. 

Negative people and spirits are a pain in the butt. You can learn the same lessons just as well from respectful entities who are open to communication, honoring your space, and not using you as a human experiment to see how well their “lessons” will go.

Own your space and self. 

Mixed Feelings...

So, Melissa said that Carol has become very certain about how she feels about certain issues. One of those issues is her banishment. Apparently, she’s gonna have “mixed” feelings about Rick’s decision to kick her out.

I just wanna say that I CAN’T WAIT. I loved every moment of the back-and-forth dynamic between Rick and Carol in “Indifference”. What made it so special was that we already knew about Rick’s capabilities as a leader. We already know how strong Rick is, how adamant he is, how driven, and how stubborn he can be. And, because he shows those qualities more than anyone else, he seems like the best and most obvious choice for leadership.

However, you do not expect Carol, this former meek and broken down woman, to rise up and go toe-to-toe with Rick. She holds her own and then some. And that, to the audience, is very shocking. You didn’t expect anyone to challenge Rick’s authority. And if you did, you certainly didn’t expect it to be Carol.

Carol already had a faithful fanbase, but it grew massively in S4 because the audience got the opportunity to see much more of her than in previous seasons. They got to see who she has become: a nurturing warrior willing to do whatever is necessary to keep her people safe. They also got to see this take-no-shit personality of hers come out. It was exciting, dynamic, and compelling. And it made people consider: could Carol be just as much of a leader than Rick is?

Going into season 5, I can’t wait to see her go head to head with Rick again. She loves and respects him, yes. But it’s gonna be great to see that she’s gonna call him out on his shit for kicking her out.

That’s all I’m sayin…

OMFG guys I just had half a croissant at breakfast! 😱😳😱🎉

I was had already eaten my chunks of fruit bread & my fromage blanc with fruit when suddenly I felt this intense craving for a rich, buttery croissant 🍴🇫🇷. This is a pretty odd thing for me to crave as I do not particularly like pastry… My best guess is that my body was craving fats because this was a very weird craving for me 🙈.

Random or sudden cravings terrify me, and normally I have one of two, equally unhealthy responses to them:
(a) not eat anything at all as a punishment for my greedy thoughts and banish said food item to the “forbidden foods list” (assuming it was bit already on the list) OR
(b) proceed to eat 10 of said food items, purge them and THEN banish said item to the “forbidden food list”.

Today I simply decided to allow myself to respond to the craving. I took the croissant and had some and it was divine 😇😇.

However, I was already pretty full, so I decided to only have half because I didn’t feel like a whole - a win in itself as I would usually finish off something like this regardless of hunger because of the ED voice telling me “this will be the last time you will ever be allowed something like this”. But let’s face it. I live in a France. Good croissants are commonplace, so I can always find one if I want one. So there is absolutely NO REASON for me to not be in want of croissants unless I am depriving myself of them. And why should I deprive myself of the occasional croissant if I crave it?

And so, from being created in his likeness, to being banished for wanting to be too much like him, we were cast out, and the garden of Eden transformed in to the garden of Evil
Los Angeles, The city of Angels, A land of Gods and Monsters, The in-between realm where only the choices made from your free will, will decide your souls final fate
Some poets called it the entrance to the Underworld, but on some summer nights, it could feel like Paradise, Paradise Lost
—  Lana Del Rey 

I banished this bed to a less-favoured corner because while I love it, Snowy dislikes squashy surfaces and wouldn’t use it. Until today! She was adorably curled up in there until she sensed the iPad approaching.

Sometimes I need to readjust and Jayne thinks I’m banishing her from the chair. She proceeds to do this until I “unbanish” her by telling her to come up. You poor, sad doggy.


Peter Capaldi as the 12th doctor from the season 8 premiere “Deep Breath” 

For me, this was the moment where I stopped seeing 11 and saw 12 as a new doctor. The idea of all of this anger that he has and the willingness that he has to murder in order to protect humanity really shows how much of a difference there is between 11 and 12. While 10 and 11 were more human, Capaldi is more space like and has projected himself as sort of a guardian and protector of earth and humanity. He is not afraid to murder any enemy’s, and would go to great lengths in order to protect earth. 11 would most likely try to talk it out and then banish the enemy or stop them from harming earth and would kill them as a last possible resort

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In a fairytale setting, this short video from the Global Commission on Drugs explains the disastrous war on drugs by telling the story of a dragon banished from an ancient kingdom, and how people that spent time with the dragon were thrown in jail.