Azor the High Priest Quotes in Atlantis: The Lost Continent (1961)
Azor the High Priest Quotes:
Azor the High Priest: Empty! Just as all the others. The bees have deserted us.
Azor the High Priest: Each morning of my life I have awakened to the singing of birds. Now only silence greets the day. Perhaps it is instinct, call it what you will, but they *sense* something, something evil. A strange breeze now rises with every outgoing tide, blowing dead leaves out toward the open sea. The humblest insects seem to know it carries them, not to destruction, but to survival. Even the seeds forsake their mother soil. All nature senses that the end is near. Man alone turns deaf ears to nature's warnings.
Princess Antillia: What troubles you, Azor?
Azor the High Priest: The doves, look at them. In the past, they always circled the Colosseum and then returned to their cages. Now the whole flock is winging out toward the open sea.
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