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Confucius' Lantern
Ancient lantern2

Origin

Confucius

Type

Lantern

Effects

Astral Projection

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Socrates-953A

Aisle

92036-581

Shelf

15788-3029-516

Date of Collection

1596

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OriginsEdit

Confucius was a famous Chinese philosopher who emphasized morality, relationships and justice. His philosophy competed with many other schools of thought of the time and is today regarded as Confucianism. Confucius's texts are widely read today and his principles share many tenets common to Chinese tradition, such as the young respecting their elders.

EffectsEdit

It allows the user to project their soul out from their body and into the environment. When in use, the person's bodily systems stay active, but higher brain functions, such as imagination, shut down. Those functions are transferred to the person's soul. During the process, the shape of the user's form can sometimes be seen, either from using smoke or water droplets in the air to bend the light in a certain way. This usually gives the soul a ghostly appearance. The only way for the soul to reunite with the body is to either dunk them into cold water or for the soul to willingly return.

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