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That is, man, not monkey made.
Flunkie, the Eagles could fly higher than the arrows.
Sauron's eye was aimed elsewhere.
If they had flown in from the brown lands, or whatever the wastes were called to the north of Mordor, meeting up with the Fellowship there, there wouldn't have been time for the flying Nazgul to be alerted, Sauron wasn't looking there.
In any case, the Eagles could kick the Nazgul's asses.
The Hobbits could still have taken the ring, just hitched a ride.
Gwaihir was the same sort of being as Gandalf, IIRC, so probably less likely to be subverted (could an Eagle wear a ring?).
Time spent with the Ring increased the chances of it taking you over. If they had been quick, they could have done it.
... contents of the Valmiki Ramayana, the Ramcharitamanas by Tulsidas and other mythological texts, which admittedly form an important part of ancient Indian literature... cannot be said to be historical record to incontrovertibly prove the existence of the characters, or the occurrence of the events, depicted therein."
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