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     First— An oft quoted remark among Scientists —that he took the three who were nearest to his thought; the ones who would be most apt to see and interpret aright the true meaning of the glorious scene. In other words, he took those who had demonstrated the highest; for to have taken  the others before they could have caught some glimpse of its real significance, would have been no real gain to them. They would have been so dazzled that practically he would have been without witnesses at all. Even the three he did choose to be with him, were at times utterly unable to understand aright what its real import was. Mary Baker Eddy   (CS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1892)


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