By Sonny Whitelaw
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When a Crystal cranium is came across underneath the pyramid of the solar in Mexico, it ignites a cataclysmic chain of occasions that maroons SG-1 on a loss of life global. Xalótcan is a brutal society, steeped in loss of life and sacrifice, the place the bloody gods of the Aztecs call for tribute from a nervous and superstitious inhabitants. yet that's the least of Colonel Jack O'Neill's difficulties.
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But, writing as a Historian, he has identified himself (perhaps too closely) with the views generally adopted by Flatland, and (as he has been informed) even by Spaceland, Historians; in whose pages (until very recent times) the destinies of Women and of the masses of mankind have seldom been deemed worthy of mention and never of careful consideration. In a still more obscure passage he now desires to disavow the Circular or aristocratic tendencies with which some critics have naturally credited him.
ABBOTT * Flatland A Romance of Many Dimensions From a 1884 edition. ISBN 978-1-775411-87-1 � 2008 THE FLOATING PRESS. While every effort has been used to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information contained in The Floating Press edition of this book, The Floating Press does not assume liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in this book. The Floating Press does not accept responsibility for loss suffered as a result of reliance upon the accuracy or currency of information contained in this book.
But among the lower classes the art of Sight Recognition is regarded as an unattainable luxury. A common Tradesman cannot afford to let his son spend a third of his life in abstract studies. The children of the poor are therefore allowed to "feel" from their earliest years, and they gain thereby a precocity and an early vivacity which contrast at first most favourably with the inert, undeveloped, and listless behaviour of the half-instructed youths of the Polygonal class; but when the latter have at last completed their University course, and are prepared to put their theory into practice, the change that comes over them may almost be described as a new birth, and in every art, science, and social pursuit they rapidly overtake and distance their Triangular competitors.
City of the Gods (Stargate: SG-1, Book 4) by Sonny Whitelaw