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** A Nigerian Bishop visiting [[Baltimore (oWOD)|Baltimore]], [[Jude Bankole Kuti]], collapsed today in the middle of a speech to local faith groups. Kuti died minutes after paramedics discovered multiple lacerations on his skin, carvings of Aramaic, Greek and Hebrew phrases. Six members of the audience reportedly suffered similar but non-lethal wounds. Four fled the scene. Linguists summoned by the city's medical examiners have translated the phrases into fragments of Gnostic scripture dating from the 1st to 5th centuries AD. The most common injury reads: "What binds me has been slain/and what turns me about has been overcome/and my desire has been ended/and ignorance has died." <ref name="wtoj-wod">[[World of Darkness (old)|oWOD]]: ''[[WTOJ]]''</ref>
 
** A Nigerian Bishop visiting [[Baltimore (oWOD)|Baltimore]], [[Jude Bankole Kuti]], collapsed today in the middle of a speech to local faith groups. Kuti died minutes after paramedics discovered multiple lacerations on his skin, carvings of Aramaic, Greek and Hebrew phrases. Six members of the audience reportedly suffered similar but non-lethal wounds. Four fled the scene. Linguists summoned by the city's medical examiners have translated the phrases into fragments of Gnostic scripture dating from the 1st to 5th centuries AD. The most common injury reads: "What binds me has been slain/and what turns me about has been overcome/and my desire has been ended/and ignorance has died." <ref name="wtoj-wod">[[World of Darkness (old)|oWOD]]: ''[[WTOJ]]''</ref>
   
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Revision as of 04:40, September 24, 2008

Real-life Events

Old World of Darkness Events

  • 2003
    • A Nigerian Bishop visiting Baltimore, Jude Bankole Kuti, collapsed today in the middle of a speech to local faith groups. Kuti died minutes after paramedics discovered multiple lacerations on his skin, carvings of Aramaic, Greek and Hebrew phrases. Six members of the audience reportedly suffered similar but non-lethal wounds. Four fled the scene. Linguists summoned by the city's medical examiners have translated the phrases into fragments of Gnostic scripture dating from the 1st to 5th centuries AD. The most common injury reads: "What binds me has been slain/and what turns me about has been overcome/and my desire has been ended/and ignorance has died." [2]


References

  1. MTA: Beyond the Barriers: The Book of Worlds, p. 141
  2. oWOD: WTOJ


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