1 We fell, but we never let the box fall from our hands.
2 We must guard our tunnel as we had never guarded it before.
3 And a monstrous thought came to us then, which has never left us.
4 But we had never seen a Saint nor what the likeness of a Saint should be.
5 The eyes of our brothers are dull, and never do they look one another in the eyes.
6 We found that it causes lightning, and never have men known what causes lightning.
7 They raised their hands to their ears, for never had they heard such words as these.
8 This has never been done before, but neither has a gift such as ours ever been offered to men.
9 Never, not in the memory of the Ancient Ones' Ancients, never have men done that which we are doing.
10 Children are born each winter, but women never see their children and children never know their parents.
11 Men never see their own faces and never ask their brothers about it, for it is evil to have concern for their own faces or bodies.
12 Give no thought to us, for we are nothing, but listen to our words, for we bring you a gift such as had never been brought to men.
13 So we were reprimanded tonight, in the dining hall, for without knowing it we had begun to sing aloud some tune we had never heard.
14 But we must never speak of the times before the Great Rebirth, else we are sentenced to three years in the Palace of Corrective Detention.
15 There is no reason to have guards, for men have never defied the Councils so far as to escape from whatever place they were ordered to be.
16 Men never enter the Uncharted Forest, for there is no power to explore it and no path to lead among its ancient trees which stand as guards of fearful secrets.
17 We put a piece of copper and a piece of zinc into a jar of brine, we touched a wire to them, and there, under our fingers, was a miracle which had never occurred before, a new miracle and a new power.
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