How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Scanner spell

I recently tricked out a scanning spell, which I discussed over in technopaganism.

One of the subjects (victims?) who took it wanted to talk to me about the results. We were talking and I commented on stuff that I noticed. Amusingly enough, one of that subject's friends pointed out the same thing to the subject last night. Okay, not really amusing, because it's a kinda- well, possibly bad thing. Might not be bad- it's hard to tell.

At any rate, the geek in me is really pleased- because it shows that the scanner is working _really_ well. It also makes me feel much better about my occult aptitudes after my failures with using magick to land a job. I've always been better with the information-gathering magick than with the changing reality kind. It's easier for me to get my belief behind it- I'm an info junkie, what can I say?
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