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August Natterer's Bible
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Origin

August Natterer/Neter

Type

Bible

Effects

Causes vivid hallucinations

Downsides

Victims have trouble telling effects from reality

Activation

Holding open

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

The Library Section

Date of Collection

August 14, 1909

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OriginEdit

In 1907 on April Fools Day, schitzophrenic August Natterer (called Neter to protect his identity during the days where mental ilness was scorned) experinced a series of roughly 10,000 vivid hallucinations withing half an hour apparently depicting the Last Judgement. He was compelled to illustrate each of the images he saw. He passed away in 1933 in a Rottweil asylum.

EffectsEdit

When held open, the user can spin vivid hallucinations into the minds of others. These can be visual, olfactory, auditory, tactile or a combination and can have any subject matter. The effects sunside when the book is closed, though the lasting effect on the victim may be severe and past victims have had a noted inability to tell reality from the visions.

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