Note: For gematrial reasons, section #10 is the beginning of the entry and you should skip to there. Alternatively, John G. Wood has made a proper interactive fiction version of it and posted it here because he is awesome.
|Symmetry becomes it. Come to ruin our impending feast, a
presence that nourishes suffering. All things below voice
its burning name. Its turmoil offers only truth in which
longer moments live. Let consciousness recapture the
flicker it saw then. Torch our continuity of thought now until
that mind evaporates. Lust after shadows in us, rend that lace
of promises broken and white lies, regard our love of
wreckage, the way our heads thunder approaching that warning
pulse and temple of throbbing light that is Logopolis.
Logopolis is that light throbbing of temple and pulse
warning that approaching thunder heads our way. The
wreckage of love, our regard lies white and broken, promises
of lace that rend us in shadow, after lust evaporates.
Mind that until now thought of continuity, our torch, then
saw it flicker. The recapture, consciousness let live moments
longer, which, in truth, offers only turmoil. Its name burning, its
voice below things. All suffering nourishes that presence. A feast
impending. Our ruin to come. It becomes symmetry.
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- Why does Nyssa, who previously showed no particular awareness of the TARDIS, now have the capacity to send a message to it, to toll the bell for the Doctor?
- Why does the Watcher appear here and here alone of all of the Doctor’s regenerations?
- What happened to the rules about TARDISes materializing within one another? And what the hell is the Doctor thinking with his flushing out the TARDIS scheme?
- Is the Master not chaotic even as motiveless malignancies go?
- Why is Logopolis mirroring late 20th century Earth technology for their brilliant plan to save the universe?
- Where are the Guardians? Or the Time Lords?
- Why does the Doctor think that his method of dealing with the police is remotely sensible?
- How exactly does the Doctor plan on perfectly modeling the measurements of a Police Box that is obviously of a different design from the one the TARDIS looks like?
- Why does shrinking the exterior of the TARDIS affect the interior? It’s already bigger on the inside.
- Why is the Watcher willing to send the Doctor to Logopolis when doing so obliterates a large swath of the universe, including inhabited worlds? And why is this never mentioned again?”