(urth) Borski and cacogens (Long)
danldo at gmail.com
Tue May 23 17:03:47 PDT 2006
On 5/23/06, b sharp <bsharporflat at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >"...the Cumaean, she was a Hierodule, like you. Father Inire told me."
> > Famulimus and Barbatus nodded." (URTH, 357)
> that text tells us that The Cumaean is a hierodule but not Inire. So
> she, at least, is both cacogen and hierodule.
"Both cacogen and hierodule" is like saying "both vertebrate and
mammalian." The latter implies the former.
You are right, of course, that the text leaves the hierosity of
Father Inire rather ambiguous. The question is -- are there
any human-scale cacogens on Urth who are _not_ Hierish?
If so, who are they and how do we know?
suddenly I feel like singing "When Hierish Eyes are Smiling"
I do not fear Satan half so much as I fear those who fear him.
-- St Teresa of Avila
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