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 "Women  and cats do as they damn well please.  Men and dogs  had 
best learn to live with it."
                                                    Alan Holbrook 

 
        EXTRACT FROM "ENCYCLOPAEDIAS OF MAGIC", VOLUME I 
                            by G.E.A.

 Gukkulukk      Magical dance. Performer dances round its subject
               whilst  clapping and doing silly  things,  looking
               intensively  at the subject and  generally  having
               fun.  The  effect  is that the subject  will  find
               itself  starting  to  feel very  funny  about  the
               performer in a very funny way.  If the subject  is
               under the Haaa spell (Cf.),  it will tip over  and
               not remember anything about what happened  between
               the Gukkulukk and the next time it gets to breathe
               fresh  air.   The  fresh  air  will  be  used  for
               recovery.  If  this  recovery  is  interrupted  by
               further  attention  from  the  performer  of   the
               Gukkulukk,   a  crush  is  bound  the  strike  the
               subject.

 Haaa spell     Spell that will awaken the subject's optimism  as
               well  as making it aware of the existence  of  the
               spell  caster.   Often  used  together  with   the
               Gukkulukk.
 
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