The ingenious mind of Professor J.R.R. Tolkien used a musical, cultural and linguistic reconstruction within the mechanisms of fictional rules to convey Lucifer’s fall. Such a Fall was based in a repetitive rhythmical ostinato and braying of horns that was relegated to Amplitude/Volume and Velocity or speed (without the freedom of breadth, width, dimension and color scheme). This Fall might be referenced in Ezekiel 28: 1-ff (In these lectures, I pay close attention to the Hebrew “Tup-pe-ka (drums; i.e., “drumming”)” that Lucifer was given as a gift in the Day that Lucifer was CREATED.

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MacBeth/Job analysis

In this devotional category, I take a deep look into Shakespeare’s understanding of fatalism, free will and sovereign grace by regarding all of their distinctions.

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