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Manara wrote in 1988:

“È vero che l’apparenza inganna? ... Forse è vero solo a metà, solo apparentemente. In apparenza, l’apparenza inganna.

L’inganno dell’apparenza non è un vero inganno. È un inganno solo apparente. O mi inganno?

Non si può mai stare tranquilli. Non si può mai essere sicuri di nulla. Almeno in apparenza … alcune storielle ... contengono più dubbi che certezze, più apparenze che inganni, più amore che angoscia.

Almeno in apparenza. Se non mi inganno”.
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Milo Manara, L’apparenza inganna, Editori del Grifo, 1988
Translated with the help of Google:

"Is it true that appearance deceives? ... Maybe it's only half true, apparently only. Apparently, the appearance deceives.

The deception of appearance is not a real deception. It's just an apparent deception. Or do I deceive myself?

One can never rest. One can never be sure of anything. At least in appearance ...

Some stories ... contain more doubts than certainties, more appearances that deception, more love than anguish.

At least apparently. If I do not deceive myself. "​

M. Manara: Appearance deceives, del Griffo, 1988

In short: "things are not what they seem", seemingly.

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Of something we can be SURE, in each answer of the Changes there are many APPARENT messages, some of which we can understand and, necessarily, some that we cannot.

But there are also much more HIDDEN messages, most of which, if not all, we have no idea.

Corollary: most of the time, if not all, we are wrong. But don't worry, the experience, I was said, is always positive, even if we do not understand how.

I believe. Maybe I'm wrong.

Charly
 

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