A certain gentleman in a remote region of theSouth Pacific Ocean was once seated at his table one afternoon when an old acquaintance called on him. The visitor soon found that he could not talk of ordinary things; and, as he sat there talking to himself, his friend grew alarmed and inquired what was amiss.
"Why," said he, "you don't know what a strange thing I have seen today — something which no humanmind ever saw before. I was just thinking about it — thinking of how I never should be able to tell any one, or explain what I saw. And so — but — "
"Can you at least tell me in broad terms what it was?"
"I — yes — I saw a woman, wreathed in blinding light, and she opened her mouth and, and I expected her to utter a deep truth mortal minds could only dimly glimpse — but she just spoke about fifteen strange things that happened, here, she said — "
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