And now, as is said, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
It is since the beginning of this book I delay the explanation of this part; I am sure anyone reading this far, will be curious to see how I will ward off the last hit, the most deadly one: the bottleneck keeping the first of three blocks in position, preventing it from falling into the corridor below.
This detail actually creates other problems.
As is obvious, in fact, if the blocks cannot fall through to the bottleneck, a fortiori they cannot even go up and this also applies to the sarcophagus, which transit, I have repeatedly assured, did indeed occur.
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