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Galadriel, a character from J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, is discussed in this section of the YouTube video "DER HERR DER RINGE: Wer ist Galadriel?". It begins by delving into Galadriel's background and early life, highlighting her beauty and her association with the Silmarilli, precious gemstones important to the prequel stories. While Galadriel wanted to follow the fallen Melkor to Middle-earth, not all Elves shared her desire, leading to a rebellion and conflict amongst them. She and a remaining group of Elves embarked on a treacherous journey to Middle-earth, facing hardships and loss along the way. The video then moves on to Galadriel's involvement in the events surrounding the Rings of Power, specifically her receiving the Elven Ring Nenya, which increased her power but also intensified her desire for the sea and Valinor. She played a role in the defeat of Sauron in the Second Age and joined the White Council to combat his reemergence in the Third Age. In the Lord of the Rings, she resisted the temptation of the One Ring and was later reunited with her people in Valinor. The transcript also discusses Galadriel's gifts to the Fellowship of the Ring, including a scabbard for Aragorn's sword, the green gem Elessar, and three strands of her hair for Gimli. Galadriel used her Ring of Power to repel Sauron's armies from Dol Guldur before returning to Valinor. The section concludes with Galadriel welcoming Gimli as the first dwarf to ever enter the Undying Lands in over 7,000 years. Overall, the video provides a fascinating look into Galadriel's background, character, and role in the Middle-earth mythos, exploring both her positive and negative qualities throughout her journey.

  • 00:00:00 In this section, we learn about Galadriel's background and early life. She was born in Valinor, the Immortal Lands, and hailed from a prestigious Elven family. Galadriel's beauty was renowned, with some even believing that her silver-blond hair captured the light of the Two Trees, which illuminated Arda before the creation of the Sun. Her hair was said to have influenced the mighty Elf Feanor in creating the Silmarilli, three precious and indestructible gemstones that held the light of the Two Trees. Galadriel's influence on the history of Middle-earth was profound, as these Silmarilli played a significant role in the prequel stories. As the world changed and darkness fell upon Arda, Galadriel's rebellious nature emerged, and she desired to follow the fallen Melkor to Middle-earth. However, a rebellion and conflict amongst the Elves ensued, and not all Elves shared her desire. Eventually, Galadriel and a remaining group of Elves embarked on a treacherous journey to Middle-earth, facing hardships and loss along the way.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, it is explained that Galadriel was part of the group of Noldor Elves who remained in Middle-earth rather than returning to Valinor. She lived in various places and had a daughter named Celebrían with her husband Celeborn. Galadriel helped in the creation of a new Elven realm in Eregion and was involved in the events surrounding the Rings of Power. She received the Elven Ring Nenya, which increased her power but also intensified her desire for the sea and Valinor. Galadriel played a role in the defeat of Sauron in the Second Age and joined the White Council to combat his reemergence in the Third Age. In the Lord of the Rings, she resists the temptation of the One Ring and her banishment from Valinor is lifted as a result of her actions in the war against Sauron.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, the transcript discusses Galadriel's gifts to the Fellowship of the Ring and some differences between the books and the films. In the books, Aragorn received two items from Galadriel: a scabbard for his sword Andúril and the green gem Elessar, which had symbolic value. Additionally, Galadriel gave three strands of her hair to the dwarf Gimli, a significant honor considering her refusal to give even one strand to Feanor in the past. After the Fellowship's departure, Gandalf arrived in Lothlórien, and Galadriel provided him with his white robe and staff. During the War of the Ring, Galadriel used her Ring of Power to repel Sauron's armies from Dol Guldur. Ultimately, she returned to Valinor, the land of the immortals, over 7,000 years after her first exile. There, she welcomed Gimli as the first and only dwarf to ever enter the Undying Lands.

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