Epilogue: Some Things Man Was Not Meant To Know

ďManÖmust be placed on guard against a specific, lurking peril which, though it will never engulf the whole race, may impose monstrous and unguessable horrors upon certain venturesome members of it. It is for this latter reason that I urge, with all the force of my being, final abandonment of all the attempts at unearthing those fragments of unknown, primordial masonry which my expedition set out to investigate.Ē Ė H.P. Lovecraft, The Shadow Out of Time

Donít talk to strangers. Donít swim alone. Donít take the dicey shortcut. Donít turn the stone. Donít tell a secret. Donít fall behind.

Donít let the Great Race of Yith supplant your mind.

Donít wrack your memory. Donít blaze the trail. Donít pine for primeval jungles. Donít pierce the veil. Donít look for answers years down the road. Donít copy down the glyphs that your visions showed.

Are these dreams a clutch of stifled memories? Was there something in my mind?

Donít clean the mirror. Donít be surprised when your reflection seems like a pack of lies. Donít ask the inmates what itís about. Donít cry in the library when you find out.

Are these dreams a clutch of stifled memories? Was there something in my mind? There are things they say man was not meant to know.

Is this shadow out of time?