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In Chapter 33, the author explains why he cannot recommend the work of Robert Scheinfeld, even though he credits Scheinfeld with providing him with a lot of pieces of the puzzle. But, the author says, he met Scheinfeld on the road and killed him.

In Chapter 34, the author uses extensive quotes from the Enlightenment Trilogy of Jed McKenna as an example of another scout who the author believes “– whoever he really was – was totally authentic. He had to have actually experienced what he was writing about or he couldn’t use those words and describe his condition so perfectly. I knew here was a man – another scout – who stood in full view of the Pacific Ocean; and he was expressing the very same thoughts and feelings I have come to know can only be thought and felt when one has reached this point along the journey.”

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