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When Clarence (the boy to whom he had talked) comes to visit him, Morgan tells the boy to take a  message to the court; he says that he is a magician more powerful than Merlin. The message has  some effect, but Merlin ultimately scoffs at the claims of this "magician" because the so-called spell  that Morgan says that he will cast is not specified. By this time, Morgan has remembered that there  will be an eclipse of the sun at noon on the 21st, so Morgan sends Clarence back to tell the court  that he will blot out the sun — if he must. Shortly thereafter, Morgan is hauled out to the courtyard and chained to a stake. A monk is praying  for him when, suddenly, he stops, and Morgan notices that the solar eclipse is just beginning. He  realizes that when he asked Clarence what day it was, Clarence gave him the incorrect day. Thus 
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