Keyhole light

Keyhole light is bladelike when it makes contact but imprecise up to that point, sweeping vertically with a width of no more than a few inches. Its strobing whiteness can detect hunched figures that frequently appear in dreams. Keyhole light can also untie knots and, if properly positioned, sever small pieces of paper. This latter ability is often demonstrated with great enthusiasm by its most recent discoverer. It is the nature of keyhole light that it remains unshared, unviral in that sense, so it resides in itself and passively awaits discovery and use. It is not infectious.

Carl Hansen Manks
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