The Eye of Sauron?

Jun 27, 2024

For those who think that the beloved Lord of the Rings (LOTR) trilogy by JRR Tolkien is a work of pure fiction, think again.

Below is an image not from one of the Peter Jackson-directed LOTR movies, but from a supermassive black hole at the heart of a spiral galaxy called NGC 4151 located 62 million light years from Earth.

Need more proof that the baleful eye of Sauron is everywhere and sees all?

Check out these images of tumors treated with EpicentRx lead small molecule, RRx-001 (nibrozetone). RRx-001 is associated in almost all cases with pseudoprogression, a favorable prognostic sign, where tumors appear transiently to enlarge with Sauron-like necrotic centers only to subsequently regress or stabilize.

As Tolkien wrote in Return of the King:

“Far off the shadows of Sauron hung; but torn by some gust of wind out of the world, or else moved by some great disquiet within, the mantling clouds swirled, and for a moment drew aside; and then he saw, rising black, blacker and darker than the vast shades amid which it stood, the cruel pinnacles and iron crown of the topmost tower of Barad-dûr. One moment only it stared out, but as from some great window immeasurably high there stabbed northward a flame of red, the flicker of a piercing Eye; and then the shadows were furled again and the terrible vision was removed.”