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On his trip to Feanor you are presented a difficult test: traversing the barren lands of Araman or persuade the Teleri to be unite them and pertrechasen them with a fleet to cross the wide sea. He thought, moreover, that if the Teleri joined them the greatness of Valinor It would be smaller, and that idea burned his rebelliousness and inflamed his ego, because he wanted to punish the Valar, and also now saw nearest the defeat of Morgoth. The Teleri lived on the white sandy beaches. They were relatives of the Noldor, and creators of the white wooden boats (one of these boats made by Cirdan, was the ship that carried Frodo to the land of the Elves at the end of the return of the King) Feanor asks them for help, but nothing he says them moves to the Teleri. They were saddened by the departure of their relatives, and tried to persuade them, but they refused to provide them with their boats. And in one of the bloodiest episodes in the history of the elves, the Noldor attacked the Teleri friends; Elves Elves face, and which before was a peaceful land of white sand beaches becomes now red with the spilled blood. Three times attacked the Noldor trying to seize the ships by force, and three times are repelled until they receive the help of Fingon, who comes to aid them with the vanguard of the followers of Fingolfin, without knowing the reason for this battle.

. Before this atrocity some of those who left Valinor become against the House of Feanor and renounce arms, deciding to return to the Blessed Kingdom under the aegis of the Ainur. This is the case of Finarfin, to whom the Government of the Noldor give. The following divisions occur among the Noldor, and also within the House of Feanor following the oath. The first of these takes place when Feanor leaves Fingolfin, leaving him to his fate, who has to decide whether to return to Valinor humiliated or traverse the terrible icy spots where awaiting death. Betrayals, envy and separations survive the death of Feanor, and end with the last two sons of Feanor, Maeglor, and Maedhros, who had in his possession two of the Silmarils, because the third wore it Earendil as a flashlight on his ship Vingilote, and his destination was the Ascend to the heavens. But Maeglor and Maedhros, consumed by the pain that produced them the jewels of his father, understood finally that they did not belong to them, and that the oath did not serve anything, so they decided to get rid of them: one threw it at the fire from the bowels of the Earth, and the other to the sea. Thus ends the three Silmarils, one in the sky, one in the fires of the heart of the world, and one at the bottom of the sea. Original author and source of the article