Much of the brain is still mysterious to modern science, possibly because modern science itself is using brains to analyze it. There are probably secrets the brain simply doesn't want us to know.
There are worlds beyond this one, worlds as we've never seen. Nor can we! Our eyes do not open far enough. Try it! Try holding your eyes open! You can try holding them open as much as you want, but you'll never see, never, ever see the world beyond the veil... the Veil of Reality. It's there to protect us from them... the Ancients... the Darkness... that which we cannot understand. Nor should we. Welcome the oblivion of ignorance! For to have knowledge... is to be damned!
— Dr. Maximillian Roivas, Eternal Darkness
Perhaps there are some things man was never meant to tamper with.
Airfare and hotel costs: $200
Bribing the museum guards to let you meet the curator: $150, and a little bit of sanity.
Purchasing scripts from the curator: $23.42 apiece, and probably permanent traumatization.
Suitcase with a secret compartment: $75.
Tricking the high school drama department into performing The King in Yellow: Priceless.
"Those who have respect for either the law or sausage should not see how either one is made."
"I am confident that if anyone actually penetrates our facades, even the most perceptive would still be fundamentally unprepared for the truth of House Dimir."
"As any science fiction movie will tell you, there are Some Things That Man Is Not Meant To Know. This weapon will help you kill those things."
“Seek not the things that are too high for thee”