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The secrets of the earth are not for all men to see but only for those who will seek them 52 This is the real beginning of Prometheus journey to understanding the faults in his collectivist society This initial discovery is the first of many dominoes to fall pushed by his experiences inside this totalitarian government a government formed by the idea that everyone is equal and no one should be thought as an individual And though he believed in the idea in the beginning by the end he completely rejects the idea of we and says I am done with the Monster of We the word of serfdom of plunder of misery falsehood and shame 97 This is extremely important in the character development of Prometheus throughout the book in order for him to become the man and leader he was born to beThis very thought sparks his philosophical approach to comprehend the unrealistic idea of complete equality and the corrupt society in which he lives in He begins to realize that those who do not look for what has yet to be discovered deserve the ignorance that plagues them They would not understand it and would cast it away without a second glance or thought He knows not to waste what he has created on those too closed minded to understand the complexity and importance of the invention Prometheus has founded which is where it all starts It all began with this new source of light Created sinfully in the hidden tunnel beneath the floors of the Uncharted Forest Prometheus found a new way to brighten the world around him And though he is proud of his work he knows to be cautious for working alone is a great sin and he would be jailed and accused of believing himself to be better than his brothers and is even tortured after the Councilman of his region are suspicious where he
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