We were hesitant this morning about whether we should push on or not. The battlefield to the south had fallen silent, and no victorious troops (which we assumed were the armies of the East and North) had moved up into the positions vacated by the world government.
Mawuli removed every reason that we thought could hold us there when he simply stated that we must move on, and do so immediately. Every member of our party simultaneously felt impressed with the same instruction.
So in short order we decamped.
Along the way Mr. Kagi had a revelation and asked me a question- why were there no warplanes?
I then told him what had happened up near the reservoir above Jerusalem.