To circle back to my original point, though: I didn’t point out the differences between the Masses in order to say that ancient is better (and though these are ancient practices, remember that they were current until the early 1970’s!) but in order to say that you may be getting annoyed at someone who is accustomed to attending the Extraordinary Form and is therefore unsure how best to adapt to the Ordinary Form. Shall we criticize them for kneeling at the beginning of the Sanctus, as they are accustomed to doing? As though more kneeling could possibly be bad? Such accusations are not conducive to greater devotion. I would recommend thinking carefully about the next lists you have mentioned, and consider: will this criticism lead to greater devotion (or at least understanding of the reasons why we do what we do), or is it just picky details? Because if you are not leading us toward greater piety, then you really are just being the “church police.”
The Daleks allied with the Master to undermine the Earth and Draconian Empires and set them against each other and then take over with a huge army assembled on Spiridon . ( TV : Frontier in Space ) Despite the Master's failure to cause war, the army was prepared and the Daleks looked toward utilising the invisibility properties of Spiridon's inhabitants as a means of developing stealth technology. However, all of these plans were foiled when the Dalek army was frozen by the Third Doctor and a taskforce of Thals . ( TV : Planet of the Daleks ) Once the Earth and Draconian Empires learned it was the Daleks disturbing the peace, war was declared on the Dalek Empire.