Historically speaking, Tolstoy became a hermit, seeking refuge from his fame and fortune. Conan Doyle, of all people, became an ardent spiritualist; writing no less than two
books upon the subject of the Cottingly Fairies and one extolling the fact that Houdini, a close friend, had supernatural powers. Even Homer describes the sea in his Oddessy and Illiad as being burgundy
If we aren't nibbling the crayons of our finite intelligence yet, we will be.
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