Sep 25, 2018
Today we read a spell that I don't know what it means, really what it's for, and is about 2000 years older than the country I live in, and then we travel to Japan to read a letter from a lunatic who really, really, wants to kill disabled people.
The Ephesia Grammata is a supposedly a spell of protection but no one really knows. Details are scarce even though it predates Christ's birth by four centuries. With so many modern wiccans and other practitioners of magick around today, why it this spell fairly unknown? Is it too powerful for normal people?
Then we travel to Japan and the year 2016 where a 26 year old man thinks it's a good idea to write a letter to a politician detailing how much he wants to kill 470 disabled people. But after a brief stint in a mental ward, how far will Satoshi Uematsu go to make his letter a reality?
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