Truth of L♾V3 ~XXXII~

Ignorance makes it easy to deny these things, as you can see from the following two examples:

When an agent of Edison first presented the latter’s phonograph in the Académie in Paris, a professor of physics is said to have taken him by the throat and called him a “ventriloquist.”

Galileo challenged his adversaries to look through the telescope and to convince themselves of the existence of Jupiter’s satellites. But they didn’t want to look!

~ Carl Jung, Children’s Dreams Seminar, Page 16

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