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Re: Re The Secret Scroll
So how open have we all been to the idea that Gillascop Scrymgeour,
hereditary bannerman of the Scottish monarchy, was Glooscap of the Mi'mag
(just learned it is pronounced Mic mah) legends? There appears to me,
could be very wrong, that there is far too much silence on this subject.
This raises the question about levels of authority and adds another possible
purpose for this voyage. Are we willing to consider that Prince Henry
might not be the leader or only leader?
He could have been the "enabler" with all of his connections, resources, and
intelligence but many times these qualities are not found in the appointed
leader of an enterprise. I don't think it demeans our Clan to acknowledge
this possibility but would show a nobleness towards the truth. A nobleness
that our Henry represented that we should seek to copy. We don't want to
come off looking and acting like a silly power-hungry clan for the sake of
our glory to ignore and cheapen the achievements of others.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tim Wallace-Murphy <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2000 4:45 AM
Subject: Re: Re The Secret Scroll
> Dear Jean,
> I have known Andrew for many years - I have yet to discover anyone
> whatsoever to whom he will listen. I am not in the business of educating
> Andrew, but I repeat that I do have an overriding obligation to refute
> falshood and nonsense. That comes before everything else. My own
> is immaterial, what other peoplethink of me is none of my business. What
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> right of decision on our published opinions - for better or for worse.
> Honesty and open-mindedness are the foundations of our approach, and they
> will not be compromised for the sake of someone elses conscience.
> Best wishes
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