Story: What sorcerers eat
What sorcerers eat
Some sorcerers are said to eat the flesh of the dead. (L VIII.-15. 7304-7306). |han≠kass'o is told by various !giten (sorcerers) whom he knows that some (bad) !giten eat people. They eat locusts (collected by other !giten for them) and flies, and force other !giten to eat the flesh of dead human beings.
1) |han≠kass'o heard this from '||khabbo' (||kabbo), !kuobba-an, |gui-an, ||kuen-an and also |gui-an's mother (kkebbi-an) who were all !giten' (sorcerers), 2) See also Sorcerers are like lions, 3) This story is found in Book VIII-15
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