Huginn: To see all things in shades of black requires infinite discrimination of one kind; to see all things in black or white alone requires infinite discrimination of another kind. To see things in neither black nor white is inhuman, and so, we watch mankind.

Muninn: They invent words for darkness and light, for absorbance and emission, for night and day, for transcendance and incandescence, for dionysian and apollonian, for two sides of a multi-sided coin.

H: And so we watch mankind.

M: And so we watch over mankind.

H: For Man may someday judge us, when he comes into his kingdom.

M: For every thought shall come into judgement, and every remembrance.

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