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King Tristan's happy-go-lucky fervency was inspired by
Kyle Hennessey from Ponderosa (a co-worker). And, as a matter of fact, they share the same birthday. The beauty and wit of Karah Kinkayle (Daulky's sister)
is actually Danielle Taylor (co-worker). Queen Larissa of the Onaisha in the Tales of the Last Guardian is the exotic and dominating, Larissa Bolek.
Princess Iluíra is the charm and mystery of Jessica Strong. The nobility and leadership of John Martineau is Itheùks àul T'Bleth. The bold and fearless-motivated
Shelley Theman is the Warrior Queen, Shandrìla. "Paul Atreides" inspired the Last Guardian. The "innocence" of Jenny Tremmel is Towldar, the goddess of Ravens.
The slyness of John Reece is Delshaw, and so on. These are all people I worked with at a job.
The Concordant Summit is weighed in the balance and found wanting!
Establishing the fact that Real Life people inspired the beauty and wonder in Arden, however,
the true motivation behind Arden lies within the "Source" or the Coírhía as called in Arden. This Source is a Person just as you and I, but this Source
is beyond any god or mortal in Arden. In fact, the power of the Source is omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent. The true motivation and the heart of Arden
is not in Archivon gods but in the mysterious Concordant Summit or uísara uír....So, who is this Person?
The mystery of the Concordant Summit is revealed in none other than the Lord Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of faith and life. The Trinity of power in
the Godhead is the motivation of all life in Arden too just as it is on this side of Plíagge. The "Source" is represented as the Godhead: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
In Arden, the Godhead is seen as Àugus (voice), Shekinah (glory) and Síorde (spirit). In the Chronicles of Tristan, Daulky Kinkayle gets in touch with the mystery of
God and His divine purpose. Yes, the Last Guardian was introduced to Mharabhàunt in his Cognition, but it is not known if the Last Guardian received the
salvation offered to him by the Bloodcatcher. However, it was Daulky Kinkayle who "opened" the unattainable horizon of Plíagge for those in Arden. With the help of
Yisraèl the Prophet, did Daulky bring the new peace and ideal for restoring Tristandom.
The very name of mharabhàunt is Hebrew, marah-bahat (bitter and glistening as red or white). The very name of "mharabhàunt" is symbolic of the Lord Jesus and the
sword of his judgement. "You think I came to bring peace. I came to bring the sword." Jesus stated.
The word mhara (pronounced as war-a) is Kue meaning "bitter" and the Bannadh
is derived from the Kue word ni`bauhadyn, meaning "to glisten on." The famous "Bannadh Plant" in Arden is a well known for it's glisten as if water sparkling like the morning dew.
Oddly enough, but the Bannadh Plant in Arden is an absinthe or a bitter plant, closely known as Wormwood in the real world. These very words are close to the Hebraic terms they describe.
The use of Hebrew and Greek is prevelant in Arden when describing "holy" beings or places. Uran, uóranus and Uranuth are derived from the Greek, "heaven" and "air" (uranium).
Another good example of a Hebrew word carried over into Kue is shekinah (pronounced as she-KI-nakh). This is the Hebrew word for "glory" and in Kue it means the same thing.
I used the Glory as the second being in the Ardònic version of the Trinity, because one day, the Lord Jesus will come back in full glory to redeem the saved. He will come
down out of the heavens and rapture his followers to ouranus. In the Realm of Arden, Shekìnya is the guardian of the Gleam, the place of Arden's mystery and wonder. This
is the symbolic representation of Jesus' protection and glory.