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Is the Emperor beyond the Sea God?
The Emperor-beyond-the-Sea is the Narnian name for the Christian God the Father, and Aslan (the Emperor's son) is the Narnian equivalent of Jesus Christ on Earth. It is also possible that the Emperor put the Deep Magic into Narnia at the very beginning, while Aslan began to create it. via
Who does the Emperor beyond the Sea represent?
Emperor Beyond The Sea represents Yahweh, Old Testament God, The Father. Also, God of the Jews. Aslan represents Jesus and New Testament. via
Who is more powerful Aslan or the Emperor?
Aslan is a divine being, and is therefore extremely powerful and almost omnipotent, with the only being known to surpass his authority and power being his father, the Emperor-Beyond-The-Sea. via
Why does Susan stop believing in Narnia?
In the Prince Caspian novel, Peter and Susan are told they will not return to Narnia simply because they are "getting too old." Later, in the final book of the series, The Last Battle, Susan is said to be “no longer a friend of Narnia” and “interested in nothing nowadays except nylons and lipstick and invitations.” She via
How did Edmund betray Aslan?
Foolishly, Edmund consumes enchanted food and drink that the Witch gives him (including two freaking pounds of Turkish delight). The combination of Edmund's own flaws and the Witch's power makes him a traitor to his brother and sisters. via
Who is Aslan's daughter?
The Kings and Queens of Old Peter: "High King Peter the Magnificent." Susan: "Think you could've left off the last bit." via
How did the professor get into Narnia?
Over time, a seed from the apple core grows into a new tree with special but non magical fruit. In later years, the mature tree is blown down by a storm and Digory uses the wood to build the wardrobe that becomes the portal to Narnia in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. via
What does Tash represent in Narnia?
Tash is a fictional deity and demonic god, found in C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia series. He is an antagonist in the novels The Horse and His Boy and The Last Battle. Tash is the patron god of the ruling class of Calormen. via
Why did Aslan destroy Narnia?
Aslan destroys Narnia at the end of The Last Battle because the land's time has come. via
Will there be a Narnia 4?
'The Chronicles of Narnia' will finally have a fourth installment. Six years after the last installment of Chronicles of Narnia, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the franchise is finally being revived with an adaptation of the fourth book. via
Is Aslan immortal?
Then there is Aslan himself; though he is never referred to as a "god" he is hailed and revered as such and has proven to be immortal and is the creator of the Narnian universe itself. It is noted that Aslan is the son of the Emperor from beyond the sea who live in the east. via
Why is Susan Not in the last battle?
Peter thinks that Susan didn't come with them because she's no longer a friend of Narnia and didn't come on the train + through the portal with them, not because she's still alive. (The real reason is both, of course.) via
Who died in Narnia?
Controversy. It is as if the sun rose one day and were a black sun.” As you may know Eustace, the Pevensie family, Digory Kirke and Polly Plumber were killed in a train accident . via
Why is Edmund the Just?
Golden Age of Narnia
Throughout their rule, Edmund became known as King Edmund the Just, because of his great council and judgment. He also became an accomplished diplomat and warrior, and the reign he shared with his siblings became known as the Golden Age of Narnia. via