Subject: RE: (urth) Quetzal in orbit Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 10:41:48 -0700 From: "Dan'l Danehy-Oakes"
Roy C. wrote... > 1) How could an inhumi have attained that position?=20 [...] > It's easier to imagine an inhumu=20 > assuming the human guise of an older man, perhaps even the=20 > identity of the heir apparent to the position, on the eve of=20 > his replacement.=20 I like this, and the variations that have been suggested on it, but I perceive one hole that needs plugging ...=20 We repeatedly see an inhum[u|a] more-or-less successfully=20 create for [him|her]self a human identity, and masquerade=20 as a human who never existed before. But can anyone cite a specific case where an inhum?=20 successfully masqueraded as a specific, already-existing human person, in the presence of people who have known that human person for years? (The case of Jahlee in the=20 farmhouse does _not_ work for this...) Lacking that, is there any reason to believe that an inhum? _could_ carry on such a deception, over a period of years, among the people who knew the original best? --Blattid --