Huginn: There were voices beneath the huge mountain, and there were voices from the great valley. His dread voice proclaimed, "Who knows the spirit of man, whether it goes upward, and the spirit of the animal, whether it goes downward to the earth?"

Muninn: Every year, we watch a million wildebeest, two hundred thousand zebras. Why were these angels blessed and cursed so much, their substance spread out in this huge migration of souls?

H: But what of the angels, fallen and unfallen, condemned to eternity of watchfulness or condemned to hang in the firmament?

M: He said nothing to us, except that we should serve. He never said anything about being animals.

H: But why birds? Why ravens?

M: My love, we have always been ravens. And the raven is not an ordinary beast.

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