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PART II
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ince it is evident that no matter what capacity a man may possess, he will not be able to employ it pro... le of any kind. If ill dignified, he is apt to be idle, stupid, beggarly and fond of drinking. The Moon... he represents the Sensorium. Whatever qualities a man may possess, whatever may pertain to his ego, wha... through the medium of the senses. For example, a man might have a genius for music, but it would be on