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The following message was left by Anonymous via PR #13857 on 2008-09-20 12:31:25 UTC

The page refers to a ban of the Valar placed on the Noldor when they passed into the East in pursuit of Morgoth. It is my understanding that the Ban of the Valar is the restriction placed on the Numenoreans to prevent them from sailing west, out of sight of their own lands. I assume the writer meant the Phophesy of the North which was spoken to the Noldor by Mandos, that if the Noldor chose to reenter Middle Earth then Valanor would be shut against them. Also, insofar as the lifting of the ban due to Gala

Dividing the article into sections Edit

Thsi article lacks of necessary sections. In order to reach higher standards of quality, new sections must be added.--Odysseas-Spartan53 10:10, 28 May 2009 (UTC)

Galadriel-Noldor? Edit

Although Galadriel left Valinor with the Noldor, and lived with them in Tirion, she was only a fourth Noldor, with half of her ancestry being Teleri and another fourth Vanyar. Once she arrived in Middle-Earth, she went and dwelt with the Sindar (Teleri) and married one of them, later to rule them in Lorien. Since she spent most of her time with the Teleri, and the largest portion of her ancestry is of that sort of elf, should she not be classified with them? LurkerLordB 02:28, June 20, 2011 (UTC)

Telepathy? Edit

Galadriel did not have telepathic powers, Nowhere does Tolkien said she did. She had a heightened intuition and preturnatural ability to read people, and exalted wisdom like all of her kind, but not telepathy 01:25, October 16, 2012 (UTC) David


I dont think it was techicilly ( pardon my spelling ) telepethy  but more of the power to enter or read peoples minds given by nenya or possibly both nenya and her own magic 16:24, January 25, 2013 (UTC)

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