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Are there any spells that require burning a turkey (bought) from the store inside out?
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Re: Spell question
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What an odd question.

I have never seen a spell before that requires burning any meat, however I suppose there may be an obscure spell written that requires it, not sure what it could be used for though.

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Re: Spell question
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I agree that is a very odd question. I also have not seen any spells like that, I suppose if you really would want to you could make one yourself. May I ask what you are trying to achieve with a spell that would require those instructions?
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It is not me, it is someone doing some work for me and I feel like they are just trying to get me to buy them dinner.
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Re: Spell question
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If it is an African doctor's spell, then the bird is not likely a Turkey, as they are native to North America, and only recently have been exported for farming. Traditionally, the bird would be another fowl, likely a chicken.

Also consider many people will insist the a microwave cooks from yhe inside out, which remains a misconcemption despite being demonstrably false.
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Re: Spell question
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Birds were sacrificed in hebrew and pagan rituals as offerings, but Ive never heard of a turkeys specifically being named.

Burnt offerings or holocaust are called qorbanot in hebrew. Birds were included. Part of the meat was burned and offered to God, but the priest could eat his part of the sacrifice too. But that practice ended after the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem around 70 AD.

Can you provide more details regarding the spell in question?

~Thor
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