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From: Bryan Maloney <bjm10_at_cornell.edu>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 22:46:08 -0400

>Although such a discovery might require traveling into Godtime--and it
>doesn't guarantee that your discovery doesn't later turn out to have
>actually been just another layer laid down on a previously extant layer.
That is correct.
For instance, the layers of strata underneath Rainbow mounds is the material representation of exactly that sort of possibility. I don't know that any LM explorers have mapped which strata may be of spirit, sorcerous or theist origin.

>Changing the past isn't possible, but the same effects can be achieved with
>sufficient mythological convolution--one simply has to adopt the correct
>point of view.
>This is, of course, completely false.

Enigmatic comment, Sir.
It at least provoked me to reply this: Gloranthan reality is not entirely subjective.

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