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PINCH OF THE DEAD

WHEN YOU FIND A BLACK AND BLUE MARK ON YOUR BODY AND
YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE IT IS FROM, IT MEANS THAT SOMEONE
WHO IS CLOSE TO YOU AND THAT DIED, NEEDS YOUR PRAYERS
AND HAS COME BACK TO TELL YOU THIS. THE BLACK AND BLUE MARK.
IS A SIGN THAT HE HAS PINCHED YOU TO TELL OF HIS NEED.

Where learned: UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT

James Callow Keyword(s): COLORS

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Ghost Spirit Phantom Specter
BELIEF -- Body part Senses Specific distinguishing characteristic Dimple, wart, mole, scar, freckle, birthmark, strawberry mark, bruise, spot (on any part of body)
SPEECH -- Extra Corporal Means of Communication

Date learned: 03-31-1970

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