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Of Persian Magic and Those Who Know
May 6, 2008

Of Persian Magic and Those Who Know (May 6, 2008)

Subject: the article of Don Croft cocerning Persian Magic
Date: Tue, May 6, 2008
To:   Editor

I am appaled how lack of knowledge not to say ignorance could allow itself to be so involved with your opinions! I am sorry but you don't seem to know anything about ancient persian history , I don't think you have any idea about the origin of Magi,you have no concept of Sassanians or any other dynasty in Iran, please refrain from mouthing falacies to people who may be even more gullible than yourself. I suggest you read more and talk less.


Dear Anonymous Critic,

If you want to tell other people how to conduct themselves, then the first thing you have to do is to IDENTIFY yourself and present YOUR credentials and present us with the reasons why we should pay attention to you.

Otherwise, your words are merely that of an ant's fart squeaking out in the middle of a hurricane.

The second thing you should think about before writing people is to KNOW who you are addressing.

My name isn't Don Croft, and never has been. I don't recall writing an essay about Persian Magic. Perhaps Don Croft addressed that subject in one of HIS essays. If that is the case, then maybe you should learn how to write to Don Croft and stop sending me critiques intended for him.

Sayonara, Ken Adachi

By the way professor, it's spelled "appalled" not appaled, and it's "Persian", not persian.

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