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Oedipus calls upon the seer and states that although the seer does not have vision, he believes that the gods have told Teiresias about the plague.
Teiresias explains that just because Oedipus has sight, does not mean he is able to see the truth.
"Teiresias, seer who comprehends all, Master of the wise and hidden mysteries, High things of heaven and low things of the earth, You know, though your blinded eyes cannot see, What plague infects our city; and we turn To you, O seer, our one defense and shield." (308-313)
"From mocking my blindness- you who have eyes Yet see not into what misery you have fallen..." (426-427)
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