Satanic Ritual Rumors Surround Saint’s Stolen Brain – Mysterious Universe

Wikipedia describes the tradition of religious relics as “a relic usually consists of the physical remains of a saint or the personal effects of the saint or venerated person preserved for purposes of veneration as a tangible memorial.” It makes perfect sense then that the Catholic Church has maintained a chunk of brain from Saint Bosco of Turin since his canonization in 1934. And now it’s been stolen and there’s pretty much no palatable explanation as to the thief’s motivation. Italian authorities are thinking ransom, or satanic rituals. We’re thinking Hungries. And here’s more news on High Strangeness, Weird Vanishings, and a Cursed Mountain. Vanished people, missing time, strange cave openings, and doorways into other dimensions–the Untersberg, located between Salzburg and Germany in the Alps, has it all. No surprise then that Adolf Hitler built a home on a nearby mountain top in order to observe the anomalies from which he reportedly wanted to harness power to take over the world. Evidently he’d never heard of A Magical Apprenticeship. As reviewed by Alan Price, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (An Anthology Of Magical Tales) is an anthology of almost 60 narratives, packed with wisdom and wonder and worth every moment the reader can squeeze out of their day to consume. Price’s final comment says it all: “So forget Harry Potter’s dubious wizardry and allow yourself to succumb to the real pre-media phenomenal thing as edited, with magical authority, by Mr. Jack Zipes.”(CM)

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