How to Write in Elvish. The languages developed by J. Tolkien and featured in The Lord of the Rings series have come to be studied and used in various capacities by many ardent fans. Though a few of Tolkien's various Elvish dialects.
I'm not a satanist, but I find this interesting - The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).
Khuzdul (IPA: [kʰuzdul]) is the language of the Dwarves in J. Tolkien's Middle-earth, written with Cirth script. Not much is known of the language, as the Dwarves kept it to themselves, except for their battle-cry: Baruk Khazâd!
It has come to my attention that reading Lord of the Rings is just one step below actually taking the ring to Mordor on the time commitment scale. and then, you have to read them at least once every 5 years.