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moved out into the nave, and I followed. But we did not walk down it. We started out, going northeast, so passing through the third arcade into the north aisle, then curving away from the north wall, repassing through the nave's north arcade, so, describing an arc, arriving at the entrance to the rood screen. Thence, turning westward, we repeated the pattern in reverse and on the south side, so finding ourselves once more back under the tower arch.
" So the great nimbus is described," the voice said as we paused. "Now not only are you opened by the releasing rhythms which have unshackled you but you have taken on and endued yourself with the rhythmic form of this great place, and it is open to you:"
I understood enough to know that he was right. Again we set out on another stage of our vast journey, a journey so long that beside it all the traveling I have done in my entire lifetime has been merely shuffling from one room to another. We strode together silently; this time abreast and straight down the length of the nave, till again we were at the rood screen entrance. The gate was only latched, I think. It yielded to his touch and closed with a whisper behind us. The sweep of heavy curtain hanging behind also seemed only to indicate the silence lying ahead, as we passed into the sanctuary.
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