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Today's Stichomancy for Adolf Hitler

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad:

I've done enough for it to give me the indisputable right to lay it, if I choose, for an everlasting rest in the dust-bin of progress, amongst all the sweepings and, figuratively speaking, all the dead cats of civilization. But then, you see, I can't choose. He won't be forgotten. Whatever he was, he was not common. He had the power to charm or frighten rudimentary souls into an aggravated witch-dance in his honour; he could also fill the small souls of the pilgrims with bitter misgivings: he had one devoted friend at least, and he had conquered one soul in the world that was neither rudimentary nor tainted with self-seeking. No; I can't forget him, though I am not

Heart of Darkness
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Reef by Edith Wharton:


The night brought no aid to the solving of this problem; but it gave him, at any rate, the clear conviction that no time was to be lost. His first step must be to obtain from Miss Viner the chance of another and calmer talk; and he resolved to seek it at the earliest hour.

He had gathered that Effie's lessons were preceded by an early scamper in the park, and conjecturing that her governess might be with her he betook himself the next morning to the terrace, whence he wandered on to the gardens and the walks beyond.

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Rig Veda:

Stirring our thoughts, ye Lords of splendour, honey-hued.

7 With all-sustaining opulence, Asvins, come hitherward to us, Ye rich and noble Heroes, ne'er to be o'erthrown.

8 To welcome this mine offering, O ye Indra-like Nasatyas, come As Gods of best accord this day with other Gods.

9 For we, like Vyasva, lifting up our voice like oxen, call on you: With all your loving kindness, Sages, come to us.

10 O Rsi, laud the Asvins well. Will they not listen to thy

The Rig Veda