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Im just starting to learn about the creation of Eä and im going through the timeline trying to make sense of everything. Im at the point where the Calaquendi finally make it to Aman and are building Calaciry and i was reading about how Yavanna gave them the White Tree and i looked at the page about the White tree and it says that it eventual turns into the tree of Gondor or something and sitting here thinking how the heck did it get across the Great Sea?
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Im just starting to learn about the creation of Eä and im going through the timeline trying to make sense of everything. Im at the point where the Calaquendi finally make it to Aman and are building Calaciry and i was reading about how Yavanna gave them the White Tree and i looked at the page about the White tree and it says that it eventual turns into the tree of Gondor or something and sitting here thinking how the heck did it get across the Great Sea? {{unsigned|Vedanta}}
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:You can read in on [[White Tree|these pages]], especially [[White Tree of Gondor|this one]]. --{{User:Ederchil/sig}} 16:45, 14 May 2012 (UTC)

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Im just starting to learn about the creation of Eä and im going through the timeline trying to make sense of everything. Im at the point where the Calaquendi finally make it to Aman and are building Calaciry and i was reading about how Yavanna gave them the White Tree and i looked at the page about the White tree and it says that it eventual turns into the tree of Gondor or something and sitting here thinking how the heck did it get across the Great Sea? Unsigned comment by Vedanta (talk • contribs).

You can read in on these pages, especially this one. --Ederchil (Talk/Contribs/Edits) 16:45, 14 May 2012 (UTC)