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"Man hears of the dragon's invulnerable skin and, lo, he makes armor, battleships, tanks! A fairy flies and, furiously jealous, man himself defies gravity with machines he will call aeroplanes. A magician looks into his crystal ball and sees and hears halfway across the world. "Ah," says man, "if only it could be so." And centuries from now he conjures up miracles, but calls them radio and television. If man is to surmount the insurmountable, there must always be magic to inspire him. The world needs magic! Magic cannot die..."