There is a dish of sharks' fins and of sea-slug, well set in birds' nests ... oh!
Also there is a soufflé most exquisite of Chow-Chow.
These did I devise.
But I have never tasted anything to match thewhich she gave me before She went away.
March 22, 1912. E. V.
This chapter is technically one of the Laylah chapters.
It means that, however great may be one's own
achievements the gifts from on high are still better.
The Sigil is taken from a Gnostic talisman, and
refers to the Sacrament.