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  • An exploitative pseudo-religion (with cattle-ranches, a game farm, insurance company, various commercial ventures, 3-billion dollar shopping mall, etc), all founded by an unemployable womanizer and magic-man?

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The problem with religion is not the belief in a magic-man in the sky, but the fixation on their place in the afterlife.

    Think Progress » Rove’s irritated

  • "I 'spose that magic-man friend of yours is right," Nan replied finally.

    The Wizard Of London

  • "I 'spose that magic-man friend of yours is right, " Nan replied, finally.

    Werehunter

  • It seemed to Grak that the magic-man was speaking not to him at all, but only to himself.

    The Covenant of the Forge

  • Got the idea myself he maybe is a sort of magic-man.

    Way Station

  • A deputation was now sent with our compliments to the king, Kimuéri, soliciting an audience; and just before sunset they returned to say we must remain where we were for the present, as the king was in doubt about our intentions, regarding us with suspicion, as we had come through the territories of his enemies, the Wazégura, which was tantamount to a hostile declaration; and, moreover, he required leisure for his mganga or magic-man to divine what time would be propitious for an interview.

    What Led to the Discovery of the Source of the Nile

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