A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

"The Sun with its Brightness" Meg kythes with Charles Wallace as Gaudior takes him back through an experience of the long-lasting harmony between light and dark, and of how tension came into that harmony, back through an experience of creation itself, and back to a time when there were no humans. There, Gaudior tells Charles Wallace that he (Charles Wallace) has been called to enter a "Might Have Been", a point in the past that, if Charles Wallace can change it, will alter the present and prevent the impending war. He also tells Charles Wallace that he (Charles Wallace) is to be sent "Within" where his consciousness is to be merged with that of one or more other people, and that through gently influencing their behavior and choices, he can change that "Might Have Been." He adds that they will only be traveling...

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