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I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien's Letter 246 seems to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo, or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidenceprovidence to actually succeed.

I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien's Letter 246 seems to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo, or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidence to actually succeed.

I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien's Letter 246 seems to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo, or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine providence to actually succeed.

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I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

TolkienTolkien's Letter 246 seemedseems to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo, or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidence to actually succeed.

I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien Letter 246 seemed to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidence to actually succeed.

I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien's Letter 246 seems to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo, or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidence to actually succeed.

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Could you willingly cast yourself into Mount Doom with the One Ring?

I'm aware that no-one can willingly cast the One Ring into Mount Doom, but could you do it if you jumped in with it?

Tolkien Letter 246 seemed to imply that this was a potential path for Frodo or Gollum if he had achieved redemption, but I'm not sure if this was actually possible in the story as it stands.

Did Eru Iluvatar trip Gollum? also seems to imply that it took divine improvidence to actually succeed.