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Let me not to the marriage
Love is not love
Love's not time's fool,
through rosy lips and cheeks
Love alters not with his
brief hours and weeks
But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
- Paul, this is wonderful. Thank you.
- I knew you'd like it.
If this be error and upon me proved,
I never writ, nor no man ever loved.
Enough for today. My quill is calling.
I bet he's working on "Romeo and Juliet".
He wears the Lodge's cloak.
It's the Count of Saint-Germain.
And the other one?
The first time traveller
already lived in 1609.
Lancelot de Villiers.
You are deluded, my son.
Do you really believe
in the omnipotence of your God?
And use our gift to manipulate the future.
Isn't it everybody's duty to improve the future?
and rise above God's creation.
More important than your life, my dear ancestor.
The Amber ring.
Let's get out of here.
Come on, Lucy.
that I, Gwendolyn Shepherd,
Princess of Chaos, bumblebrain
has inherited the gene.
Because of this gene mutation,
I must travel in time regularly
using the chronograph.
If I don't, I'm surprised by spontaneous
You'll see what we do with the likes of you.
And now me.
Unfortunately, I am the Ruby now.
Gwendolyn might be our new Charlotte.
Gideon de Villiers is the Diamond
Stay away from Gideon!
Gwendolyn has two left feet
and no more than ninepence in the shilling.
Also a time traveller and head of the Lodge,
despite living in the 18th century.
I don't trust that old sod an inch.
must be read into the chronograph.
Before me, my cousin Lucy was
the last time traveller in our family.
She went against the Lodge
She took the chronograph to prevent
the "Circle of Blood" from closing.
And what is my role in all this?
Gideon? Yes, listen.
in Hyde Park with two lovely relatives.
That must have been Lucy and Paul.
No, we must meet them. When can you be here?
Miss Gwendolyn, you shouldn't be here.
- What are you even looking for?
Mr. George, you must help us again.
We need to travel to 1912.
- Me? To no one.
Nobody else has access to the archives.
and the only person I trust.
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