The Elf Haldir leads the Company from the hill of Cerin Amroth to the city of the Galadhrim, Caras Galadhon, where dwell the Lord Celeborn and Galadriel the Lady of Lorien. In the house of Celeborn they were greeted as friends. Yet one of the Company was missing. Join us as we continue our journeys through J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.

Gandalf the Grey Fell Into Shadow

The news of Gandalf’s fate was ill news indeed. The Elves in the hall of the house of Celeborn cried aloud in grief and amazement upon hearing this. Celeborn declared these the most evil words spoken in Caras Galadhon in long years full of grievous deeds.

As the Company recounts the events that led them to the Golden Wood what can we learn from the life and death of Gandalf the guide? We discuss this and much more on this episode of the Secret Fire Podcast.

What stood out to you in The Mirror of Galadriel Pt. 1? Let us know in the comments below.

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