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Post  Angel Gabriel on Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:36 am

I was wrong to write the name. I wrote trabis, instead of typing Tabris.

Tabris (タブリス, Taburisu?)[7], the seventeenth and final Angel, holds the form of a human, Kaworu Nagisa. Like the other Angels, he is "born of Adam", although it is implied that he was created by Seele.

Tabris" is an alternate spelling of Tabbris, [citation needed] which loosely means Good of God in Hebrew ('Tov' טוב means 'good', and 'Yah' יה is a short for Yahweh יהוה). He is named for the Angel of Free Will and Alternatives (自由の天使, Jiyū no Tenshi?).[10] (This naming convention breaks from most of the other Angels in that it uses a Yah theophory, rather than an El theophory.)

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Me equivoqué al escribir el nombre. Escribí Trabis, en lugar de escribir Tabris.

Tabris (タブ リス, Taburisu), la decimoséptima y última Angel, tiene la forma de un ser humano Nagisa, Kaworu. Al igual que los otros ángeles, es "nacido de Adán", aunque se sobreentiende que fue creado por SEELE.

Tabris "es una palabra alternativa de Tabbris, que vagamente significa Buena Nueva de Dios en hebreo ('טוב Tov' significa 'bueno', y 'יה Yah" es una abreviación de Yahvé יהוה). Él se llama así por el Ángel del libre albedrío y Alternativas (自由 の 天使, Jiyu no Tenshi?).(Esto rompe convención de nomenclatura de la mayoría de los otros ángeles, ya que utiliza un theophory Yah, en lugar de un theophory EI).


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Post  bandara on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:29 pm

Is it a name in Evangalion too, I guess from the picture.

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Post  Sabel on Wed Aug 18, 2010 11:42 pm

I was always wondering about that.

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Post  Ende on Fri Mar 25, 2011 4:01 am

Los ainur (que significa «sagrados» en quenya, singular: ainu) son seres espirituales que forman parte de la cosmogonía que creó J. R. R. Tolkien para sus obras acerca de la Tierra Media. Fueron los primeros seres vivientes creados por Ilúvatar, quien los originó a partir de su pensamiento. A pesar de que la mayoría de ellos permanecieron morando junto a Ilúvatar, varios de ellos descendieron a Eä (los valar y los maiar) para acabar de darle forma.

Carecen de forma corpórea innata, aunque están emparentados entre sí por las similitudes que tienen de acuerdo al pensamiento de su creador. El género sexual que tienen tampoco es tal, sino que la diferenciación y emparejamiento se dan por las mismas razones.

El más poderoso de ellos, Melkor, bajó a Eä queriendo hacerse con la Llama Imperecedera y así ser considerado «Señor» y «Creador». Corrompió a otros ainur para su causa (como a Sauron y los balrogs). Puesto que no pueden crear cosas propias, sólo les queda corromper o destruir la obra de sus semejantes. Sin embargo, esto podría ser en realidad parte de la propia canción ideada por Eru, como él mismo apunta en El Silmarillion, cuando Melkor intenta destrozar la canción con su discordancia:

Y tú, Melkor, verás que ningún tema puede tocarse que no tenga en mí su fuente más profunda, y que nadie puede alterar la música a mi pesar. Porque aquel que lo intente probará que es sólo mi instrumento para la creación de cosas más maravillosas todavía, que él no ha imaginado.
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The Ainur are the immortal Spirits existing before Creation in J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional universe. These were the first beings made of the thought of God or Eru Ilúvatar.[1]

External OriginThe Æsir of the Norse mythology, the Ogdoads of Gnosticism, and the angels of Christian mythology all inspired Tolkien for creating his Ainur.

Internal OriginBefore the Creation, God made the Ainur or "Holy Ones". This Quenya name comes from the Elvish root ayan- "revere, treat with awe".[2] "Ainur only appears in plural [in Elvish texts] since after the Creation all those were Maiar includes Valar and their lesser kin, but not those who did not take part in the Great Theme, or else did not enter Eä."[3] This means that only apocryphal texts written by Men and Hobbits used the singular Ainu.


The Universe was created through a Great Theme: the Music of the Ainur or Ainulindalë. Those of the Ainur who felt concerned by the Creation entered it, called Eä in Quenya. The Earth and our Solar System is part of the Creation. These are called Arda in Quenya.

The Holy One Melkor or Melko claimed the Earth for himself. His brother Manwë and several others Holy Ones decided to confront him, becoming known as the Valar, or the "Powers". Much of the World was marred by the conflict between the Valar and Melkor. According to The Silmarillion, eventually and with the aid of the Vala Tulkas, who entered the Creation last, the degenerated fana of Melkor (his physical appearance), Morgoth was destroyed.

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Icarus: Name Origin

Post  Eternal Soul on Sun Mar 27, 2011 12:13 am

In Greek mythology, Icarus is the son of the master craftsman Daedalus. The main story told about Icarus is his attempt to escape from Crete by means of wings that his father constructed from feathers and wax. He ignored instructions not to fly too close to the sun, and the melting wax caused him to fall to his death. Shocked
To tell the truth I was inspired by the song Icarus Ascending from the Italian band Domine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ag8oilt4KwQ
The urge to fly ever higher than any living thing is the kind of ambitious dream I expect from any of my guildies, as long as it doesn't get you killed in the end lol tongue

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