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A term used by [[Tolkien]] in various ways, but that in general seems to describe the uninhabited regions of the universe. In particular, the Void is that part of existence outside the World, but the [[Timeless Halls]] of [[Ilúvatar]] seem to be apart from the Void, too. After his defeat in the [[War of Wrath]], [[Melkor]] was cast out into the Void, but legends predict that he will return to the World before its end.
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'''The Void''' was a term used by [[Tolkien]] in various ways, but that in general seems to describe the uninhabited regions of the universe. In particular, the Void is that part of existence outside the World, but the [[Timeless Halls]] of [[Ilúvatar]] seem to be apart from the Void, too. After his defeat in the [[War of Wrath]], [[Melkor]] was cast out into the Void, but legends predict that he will return to the World before its end.

Revision as of 19:15, 3 August 2006

The Void was a term used by Tolkien in various ways, but that in general seems to describe the uninhabited regions of the universe. In particular, the Void is that part of existence outside the World, but the Timeless Halls of Ilúvatar seem to be apart from the Void, too. After his defeat in the War of Wrath, Melkor was cast out into the Void, but legends predict that he will return to the World before its end.