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"Now there is a great story about what I am just telling you about in the great books called The Lord of the Rings. And if you ever really want to read about the Observer versus humanity, you should read them because they are really about truth. It is a whole book about truth. Now when the master teacher stands upon a very thin bridge and says to a monstrous necromancer, ominous and dreadful that would cause shudder to you, and the master stands and says 'you cannot pass,' that captures more brilliantly in myth than any other piece that was ever written about that which is termed the Observer and that which is called the voices of the necromancer. You see, here is the deeper message of that. The necromancer could surely tear to pieces the master on the bridge because it is a thousand times larger than the master, but the master has something the necromancer doesn't: will." - Ramtha

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