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Being lies with Eru - Rank 1
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Date: January 11th
Arda to Earth

I know that in the fourth age the elves start to leave for valinor and the men take over. I pieced this together, please me if it sounds reasonable (It is out of my own mind.)

The elves leave for valinor, the dwarves die out. Men build their empires. Blah, blah, blah until one of the orc-clans still hiding out in Mordor somehow bring back Morgoth, or Sauron, or something like that (Ungoliant?) and mess everything up. Civilization is completely wiped out. Men flee over Rhun, into the east, and beyond. Hobbits go into hiding. It makes sense: the humans that fled east into other continent become the Native Americans. Rhun and those lands become Asia. Harad and those lands becomes Africa. The north-west of Middle-e becomes - you guessed it - Europe. Belegar is the Antlantic, and part of it is the Meditranian. The Mordor-ish area would be the firtile cresent, where civilization would develop again. This is the fifth Age of Middle-earth. The gods god mest up - the Ainu became the Mesoppotamian, Greek, Egyptian, Norse, etc. Gods, while Eru Iluvatar became the Muslim, Jewish, Christian, etc. God. The Middle-Ages, the Renaissanc, or something like that would be the biggining of the Sixth age, the age we are in now.

I have more than that, but that is the basic outlay of what I think might have happened. If you have any questions or disagreements, I would like to read and reply, so please do so in the comments/replies.

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 blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.
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