“The Initiates do not seem as welcome in the streets now,” he said.

“The Initiates do not seem as welcome in the streets now,” he said.
“Men avoid them. Even some women avoid them. Some even demand they remain in their temples where they belong, away from honest, healthy folk.”
“Interesting,” I said.
“Now they often ring their bells and swing their censers to deserted streets,” said Marcus. “In vain they chant their litanies to indifferent walls.”
“I am sure it is not so bad as all that,” I said.
“Are you so fond of the unproductive, parasitic caste?” he asked.
“I do not think much about them,” I said.

Magicians of Gor, p.362

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