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Temple patron's child is saved by name they just did a session for


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This legend starts with someone attending a session at the temple. The person (usually the mother) is heading home and gets a bad feeling that something is wrong. The mother runs into the house and finds her child soaking wet. The child tells the mother that they had fallen into the local river, lake, canal, or pool and that someone pulled them out and saved their life. The mother asks if they know who it was that saved them. The child says no, but that they did give them their name. When the child says the name, the mother recognizes it as the name of the person she had received that day and had done temple work for.













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