In keeping with the Galadriel-focused theme from the beginning, much of her content in the premiere episode focuses on her duty to King Gil-galad (Benjamin Walker) and her duty to her brother. his late son, was killed while fighting Sauron’s army of destruction. As a reward for her service, she and all the soldiers under her command are sent to the Immortal Lands of Valinor, a journey that takes them west of Middle-earth. Set sail from the Gray Havens, they embark on a voyage across the Sundering Sea to the mystical land of “spring without winter” that never ends. Considered a priceless gift to all other elves, Galadriel doesn’t quite see it the same way – not while her brother’s death and her unfinished relationship against Sauron had left too much darkness in her heart.
The biggest defining moment comes when she refuses this path and turns her back on heaven, seeing as the gate to Valinor is closed…for what seems like forever. Those who know their Tolkien lore (or, you know, just happened to watch the last few minutes of “The Return of the King,” of course) know that this isn’t entirely true. Once Frodo destroyed the One Ring – and by extension, all the influence Sauron could hope to wield – Galadriel was finally free to leave the mortal lands of Middle-earth and return to Valinor with the rest of the world. the rest of his body. Essentially, the journey to Valinor she takes on in “The Rings of Power” is the end of a journey where we see Frodo, Bilbo, Galadriel, and Gandalf begin in the heartbreaking penultimate scene of “The Return” of the King”.
Again, although taking place in a separate continuum, this is another moment that, in time, adds even more meaning to future actions that we know in the end. Galadriel will do.
https://www.slashfilm.com/991160/the-best-easter-eggs-in-the-lord-of-the-rings-the-rings-of-power-episodes-1-and-2/ The Rings Of Power episode 1 and 2