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Sheehan, Perley Poore: The Red Road to Shamballah. V1. 17 Jun 2012
ALTHOUGH he was American--related on his father's side with Daniel Boone and his mother's side with Nathan Hale---somewhere in the makeup of Pelham Rutledge Shattuck there was a strong streak of the Oriental as well. There must have been. For all the time he sat his horse there in the on blackness of the great desert and looked at the strange blue flame in front of him he could feel the two currents at work in him.
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