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As a prole, the bag looks obviously like "tools of the trade." Be they chef's knives, mechanic's toolbox, a briefcase, it is up to the tradesman to understand them and what they are for and to depict them to anyone else would be somewhat meaningless. A place as mentioned in that interview with a pillar encircled by a bunch of them might be a place dedicated to the gathering or proliferation of trades, like a center for education or a market.

I'm not saying there's NOT a way to have some sort of memories or experiences that seem to transcend the nature of being limited to the experiences we've only had in the bodies we now know, but simplistic ideas like tradecraft and biological reproduction hardly seem to qualify as evidence.

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