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to stop this curious behavior and get away or to continue it for its very strange but very distinct pleasurableness.
At that moment I heard the voice again at my ear and at the same time became aware that the touch on my neck had been lifted.
" That is part of the meaning-at least as much of it as can be made out, using only this part of the rendering."
The remark is, of course, far from self-evident; I can see that, as I put it down. Indeed, listening through the rational mind, I realized the outward senselessness of the words which I was hearing. But a deep pervading part of my mind, some profound understanding which was not confined to the reason, or even the brain, but which suffused and possessed the whole body, this larger consciousness had experienced under the speaker's guidance and so knew what he meant. The experience which I had had while swinging my head to follow those scratched lines on the stone, though not an experience I had ever had before (and so I had no words to describe it), was so complete, so massive, that I needed no more argument. Instead, I swung slowly around and, turning my back to the drawing, sat on a low stone ramp which, some two feet off the ground, terminated the great western alcove's bands of concentric arches.
My guide still stood his ground, so we were face to face, though I had to look up at him. And it was a look up in more than a physical sense. For I could see clearly now that what I had taken for theatricality or, at the best, a certain selfconsciousness of drama, of presentation, now struck me as an actual authentic dignity.

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