CUTHBERT: How should we live our lives?
FORDHAM: You are living your lives as you should, as matter energized in one way. Eventually, you will die and be matter energized in a slightly different way.
Alan Ryker, When Cthulhu Met Atlach-Nacha
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- ASHTON: Okay, so what do we do with the corpse? CUTHBERT: We could just leave him there. The end is nigh, after all. ASHTON: But he’s in the way. We’ll trip over him. CUTHBERT: I’ll just put him in the closet.
- “ASHTON: I thought… I thought we could beat anything. CUTHBERT: You thought that we could defeat the gods? ASHTON: Why not?”
- A Slightly Overdue Book
- “Having purchased my tie and wept together about Bond street, we began to talk about the war. I said to him: ‘If I had come into this shop (or should I say store) with the firm conviction that you were a dangerous maniac, thirsting for my blood, that you were insensible to every feeling of humanity, that the fiercest and most malignant wild beasts had nothing on you (I believe that is the correct phrase) in the matter of atrocity, I do not think we should have settled this matter of the tie (or should I say neckwear) with the philosophic calm which has characterized our interview up to this point.’ I regret to say that this person was so lost to all sense of patriotism as to agree with me.”
- “What is of primary importance is that the master key to the initiatory method itself becomes a permanently installed fixture in the individual. Once we have learned the process of becoming something greater than we are, we can and eventually will, apply that same alchemy to ourselves to achieve the supreme attainment.”