Re: virus: Re: shaman

Wade T.Smith (
Fri, 15 Aug 97 18:42:43 -0400

>Do you have any *evidence* (ain't science grand!?!) to support *your myth*
>that Shaman don't relate to their patents/clients/employers/charges?

Well, 'relate' is certainly not what I meant. They 'relate' very well.
What I meant was, and there is evidence for this, that the shaman does
not and will not allow the client in on his methods.

That's all I meant.


When did a con man let any of his marks in on the game? The shaman can
claim 'supernatural' powers and beg off in that way. He is keeping
'secrets', that is all I meant.

No jargon-spouting professional is _unwilling_ to let you in on things,
given the time, and he would certainly offer to show you where to find
the information.

Even Brodie shows us the Amazonian plateau where the levels are hidden....

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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