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Three deer fled from the forest and the most beautiful hunter could not catch them.
He hunted with hounds and horses and bright spears and yet they escaped him.
They jumped into the river and swam through it and the dogs lost their trail.
The deer Goddess had rescued them-yes, Artemis. Isn’t she beautiful and chaste?
Do you know her?
And do you know him?
Why do you want to hunt on Sundays?
Why do you want to catch and kill the beautiful animals?
That’s why her bear attacked you.
That’s why you had to sacrifice to the beautiful moon Goddess, you fool. ~Jung’s Soul, The Black Books, Vol. VII, Page 207