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From: "Roy C. Lackey" 
Subject: Re: (urth) Re: The irrigation of Lune
Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2002 00:49:06 -0600

From: matthew.malthouse@guardian.co.uk 
>Why "Retribution"?
>The Increate's servants seem to be looking for - or even forcing - some
>sort of redemption in Man. If they are responsible for the wounding of the
>sun (a view I favour) I'd be more inclined to see it as a stimulus or goad
>pushing towards that goal.

Precisely. You have just restated my case. Redemption and retribution come
to the same thing in this case. As I quoted before:

"The death agonies of the world you know will be offered to the Increate."

If that isn't retribution, I'll shoot my dictionary! As to "why" the
Increate should regard the deaths of millions, many, many generations
removed from the presumed offences of their ancestors as desirable, only the
Increate knows.



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