Modimo

In Zimbabwean mythology, Modimo was totality. He was all supernatural powers rolled into one and was so powerful that anyone speaking his name - except shamans, prophets and small children (because they are innocent) - were changed into spirits known as Badimos who had no spiritual or ethical identity, effectively children in adult bodies.
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