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Angkor Wat Piece of Vishnu
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Origin

Angkor Wat

Type

Statue Piece

Effects

Grants short periods of foresight

Downsides

Can cause malarial fever

Activation

Kissing it

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Carter-95KV

Aisle

180946-2277

Shelf

568542-6819-237

Date of Collection

October 19, 1907

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OriginEdit

The statue was a focusing point of worship and it is said that meditating at the feet of Vishnu and then kissing them would grant the faithful insight in the universe (glimpses of Nirvana) or foresight. Angkor Wat was the capital of the Khmer empire during its reign and was the host of Warehouse 6.

Smuggled out of Angkor Wat by Henri Mouhot in 1860, the piece is of a Vishnu statue. Mouhot chipped off the pinky toe and had such vivid images of the future that he died of malarial fever a year later.

EffectsEdit

The artifact is very powerful and can only be used for short periods of time, granting limited foresight; otherwise, malarial fever will take the person over.

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