Roger Bacon's Magnifying Glass
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Origin

Roger Bacon

Type

Magnifying Glass

Effects

Energy enhancement

Downsides

User appears magical

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Socrates-953A

Aisle

870459-4435

Shelf

973659-4194-250

Date of Collection

April 5, 1872

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Roger Bacon was an eminent scientist and scholar in 13th century England. He introduced many scientific concepts to the British as topics worthy of research, such as optics, mechanics, pyrotechnics, astronomy, medicine and alchemy. Bacon also widely supported using scientific methods to measure phenomenon rather than just assuming what occurred. Due to his support for scientific and educational reform, many considered him to be some type of wizard that possessed a mechanical talking head and forbidden knowledge.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Magnifies any source of energy that it is brought nearby it, causing it to generate more energy than it initially had. The wielder will appear to others, especially those of lesser understanding, as mystical and almost spirit like, as it has been noted to supercharge their aura into the visible spectrum of light.

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