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If Saruman were living on planet Earth, rather than in an imaginary “Middle Earth” of fantasy, he would be in control of a Private Banking Empire and/or powerful Religious organizations. He is a classic villain of fiction who is modeled on the reality that Evil Men rule Middle Earth, unless opposed and overthrown by the throngs of beings they seek to own and control. Earth is infested we beings who will do anything and everything they can conceive to seize power, control minds and own the possessions of the world. They are the definition of “evil”. The average being is too weak, stupid or cowardly to conceive of or confront evil beings. Saruman, and those of his kind, depend upon this fact and use it to their advantage whenever and wherever possible. They are masters of secrecy and disguise, always posing as the proponents of “family values” and “charity”and “faith” and “honor”, and other rhetoric designed to lure gullible cattle into the slaughterhouse. History repeats itself because human beings have not gained the ability to recognize and destroy evil beings whose only intention is to control them. The organizations of such beings — throughout all of history — are 1) financial 2) religious 3) political, and ofter all three combined.
Saruman the White is a fictional character and a major antagonist in J. R. R. Tolkien‘s fantasy novel The Lord of the Rings. He is leader of the Istari, wizards sent to Middle-earth in human form by the godlike Valar to challenge Sauron, the main antagonist of the novel, but eventually desires Sauron’s power for himself and tries to help the Dark Lord take over Middle-earth. Saruman is one of several characters in the book illustrating the corruption of power; his desire for knowledge and order leads to his fall, and he rejects the chance of redemption when it is offered. The name Saruman means “man of skill”; he serves as an example of technology and modernity being overthrown by forces more in tune with nature. (Wikipedia.org)
Evil is profound immorality, especially when regarded as a supernatural force,for example in religious belief. Evil is usually perceived as the dualistic opposite of good. Definitions of evil vary, as does the analysis of its root motives and causes; however, evil is commonly associated with conscious and deliberate wrongdoing, discrimination designed to harm others, humiliation of people designed to diminish their psychological well-being and dignity, destructiveness, motives of causing pain or suffering for selfish or malicious intentions, and acts of unnecessary or indiscriminate violence. (Wikipedia.org)