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Discussion of "makfa"
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Comment #1: Effect
Curtis W Franks (Sun Mar 25 19:53:34 2018)

Is makfa1 the effect of the magic or is it the magical force itself. For
example, bending a spoon with magic presumably requires some sort of force;
is the spoon bending (event/action) makfa1 or is it the force which causes
the spoon to bend which is mafka1?

Additionally, what if the magic is actually real (as is the case in the
context of, say, /Harry Potter/) and does not seem all that supernatural?
Should makfa2 exist in this context?

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