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Ibn Sirin's Hamsa Necklace
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Origin

Muhammad Ibn Sirin

Type

Hamsa necklace

Effects

Allows for the projection of dreams.

Downsides

Temporary hatred of books.

Activation

Wearing.

Collected by

Warehouse 9

Section

Morpheus-418H

Aisle

TBA

Shelf

TBA

Date of Collection

1535

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OriginEdit

Muhammad Ibn Sirin was a Muslim mystic and interpreter of dreams who lived in the 8th century. He was a contemporary of Anas ibn Malik. Most scholars are of the view that most if not all books attributed to him are incorrect, mostly due to multiple anachronisms relating to facts that occured after his death. Another factor that discredits the idea that most works do not belong to him is the proven fact that he abhorred books, believing they were responsible for the perdition and doom of past generations; whenever he wanted to memorize a quotation of Muhammad, he would write it on paper which he destroyed as soon as he knew it by heart. Additionally, one night a friend begged for Ibn to keep a book he had been carrying, to which Ibn refused, saying that never "shall a book" spend a night at his home. So although he was known for correctly interpreting dreams, the book Dreams and Interpretations, commonly attributed to him, cannot be authentically traced back to him.

EffectsEdit

The wearer of the necklace will have their dreams projected while they sleep. The point of view of the projection depends on the point of view of the dreamer themselves, and as such is subject to shifting. Causes a brief but passionate hatred for books and related written texts.

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