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A THEOSOPHIST : APOLLONIUS OF TYANA

and most warlike ; who surpassed them all in wisdom, and did the Muses much service. 'But do you, Apollonius,' he said, ` since great wits are akin, pay regard to his tomb, and raise up again the statue of Palamedes, which lies meanly prostrate. It is in Aeolis over against Methymna in Lesbos.'
And after so saying, and finally adding his commands concerning the youth from Paros, he departed with a little flash of lightning. The cocks were just beginning to crow.

A Miracle
THE plague fell upon the Ephesians ; and as nothing availed against it, they sent a mission to Apollonius appointing him physician of their troubles. He felt that he must not delay going there: ` Let us go,' he said-and he was at Ephesus. He assembled the Ephesians and said to them, 'Be of good courage : today I shall stop the plague' ; and, so saying, led all the youth of the town to the theatre where stood the image of the Averter. There they found an old man who looked like a beggar ; his eyes were closed-on purpose ; he carried a wallet, with a morsel of bread in it ; he was clad in rags, and his face squalid and filthy. Apollonius made them stand round him, and said, ` Pick up all the stones you can, and smite the abominated of Heaven.' The Ephesians were amazed what he could mean, and horrified at the notion of killing a wretched stranger ; for the beggar besought them with many piteous entreaties. But still Apollonius urged and exhorted them to lay on and not spare. Somebody began with a few skirmishing shots. And when the pretended blind man suddenly stared full at them, displaying a glance full of fire, they perceived that it was a daemon, and stoned him so heartily that a mound of stones was heaped over him. After waiting a little while, Apollonius ordered them to remove the stones and inspect the brute they had killed. When they laid bare their

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