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Table of Contents
Vade Mecum I
Vade Mecum II
Vade Mecum III
Vade Mecum IV
Vade Mecum V
Vade Mecum VI
Vade Mecum VII
Vade Mecum VIII
Vade Mecum IX
Vade Mecum X
Meleant`e I
Meleant`e II
Meleant`e III
Meleant`e IV
Meleant`e V
Meleant`e VI
Meleant`e VII
Meleant`e VIII
Meleant`e IX
Me- That it be that this thing called hate is unclean and un-good ?
Thee- Nay did I say that dear Oversoul, for hate can bring much that is good and love is but many times the bearer of pain. Learn thee well dear Oversoul that nothing of man is all good and nothing of man is all bad but everything of man is both good and bad. For all that he does is that which he be and all called good have done bad and all called bad have done good and none are all good or all bad, but all are man.
Me- I have entered the heart of man and feel him that he does breathe cold air and death upon me and about me and in spite of me, that I fear thee passage of unarmed angels shall he strike me and defile me shall he bid me and make me undone.
Thee- That he may strike you and defile you and cast you shall he do. That he make you undone shall he do not.
Me- And what of unarmed angels?
Thee-  What of them, unarmed angels?
Me- Shall they be undone?
Thee- They are of man. They shall be undone.
Me- That it be so does it sadden me oh unnamed friend. For I have learned to love thee all of unarmed angels and wish them not to be undone.
Thee- They are of man. They shall be undone.
 Meleant`e     (Sorrow)