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Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 15:08:00 -0500
From: Andrew Reeves 
Subject: Re: (urth) Some problems if the Pancreator/Outsider is theHoly Trinity

James Jordan wrote:

> .... remember that Urth is a universe-cycle before ours. These events
> predate the promise to Noah by about 50 billion years maybe. We don't know
> that such a promise had been given to any Urnoah in Urth history. Nor,
> returning to the first point, do we have to assume that God managed Briah
> precisely the same way He manages our cycle.

I've come across this stated in the archives before; is the source an
extra-textual Wolfe interview or the like?  The reason I ask is because it seems
odd that in a whole different cycle of creation you'd still get the Apollo moon
landing whose picture is recognizable as such.  And as someone else mentioned,
how would Severian's box with BOTNS make it through the singularity?

That aside, what's going on with that window into the 20th c. in the botanical



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