Amazingly I read all that. I think I'm in love with you now.No Leo, sauron is the secondary protagonist in JRR Tolkiens Middle Earth.
Originally a Maia (servant) of the Vala Aule, he was corrupted by Melkor, the brother of Manwe and darkest and most powerful of all the ruling Vala. Melkor, later renamed Morgoth, the Dark Enemy of the World utilized sauron to a great degree in his war upon the free people's of Middle Earth during the first age.
This War of the Silmarils eventually resulted in the conquest and expulsion of Morgoth to the confines of the Outer Void. In his stead, sauron's power, influence and desire for unopposed fealty resulted in a reign of darkness over several thousand years wherein sauron attempted numerous times to complete the subjugation of the free wills of mortal beings, sometimes through overt war and sometimes through trickery. Sauron was finally unhoused from his spiritual being at the conclusion of Lord of the Rings when the one ring of power, the leader of the lesser 19 rings of power, was broken in the fires of Mount Doom. That event accomplished what no amount of conquest could, it forever sundered sauron's life force from the very avatar that he attempted to utilize to enslave the minds of men.
From this we have learned that a new power has arisen in might in the east, whose goal is nothing less than the destruction of a beloved kingdom that we are blessed to inhabit and his name is Brian Cashman.
I know you keep saying you are old but I'm trying to formulate a guess in that department. No matter, my friend, I'm happy to provide this narrative. I'm gonna be real happy when fantasy starts anew ifim allowed in again this year.