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Rekh mara hesitated, then told and, oddly enough, none of the children ever could remember afterwards what it was that he did tell. Perhaps he used some magic to prevent their remembering. When he had done the learned gentleman was silent, leaning his elbow on the table and his head on his hand. Dear Jimmy, said Anthea gently, don t worry about it. We are sure to find it today, somehow. Yes, said Rekh mara, and perhaps, with it, Death. It s to bring us our hearts desire, said Robert. Who knows, said the Priest, what things undreamed of and infinitely desirable lie beyond the dark gates Oh, DON T, said Jane, uline face mask, disposable almost whimpering. The learned gentleman raised his head suddenly. Why not, he suggested, go back into the Past At a moment when the Amulet is unwatched. Wish to be with it, and that it shall be under your hand. It was the simplest thing in the world And yet none of them had ever thought of it. Come, cried Rekh mara, leaping up. Come NOW May may I come the learned gentleman timidly asked. It s only a dream, you know. Come, and welcome, oh brother, Rekh mara was beginning, but Cyril and Robert with one voice cried, NO. You weren t with us in Atlantis, Robert added, or you d know better than to let him come. Dear Jimmy, said Anthea, please don t ask to come. We ll go and be back again before you have time to know that we re gone. And he, too We must keep together, said Rekh mara, since there is but one perfect Amulet to which I and these children have equal claims. Jane held up the Amulet Rekh mara went first and they all passed through the great arch into which the Amulet grew at the Name of Power. The learned gentleman saw through the arch a darkness lighted by smoky gleams. He rubbed his eyes. And he only rubbed them for ten seconds. The children and the Priest were in a small, dark chamber. 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