The Magical Act of Identity Intake

Set on a table are 26 paper cranes made from an article about information transfer in worms, 3 bowls of colored water, a deck of Aleister Crowley's Tarot cards, and an empty bowl. After a short text about a kid coloring a rainbow a tarot card is drawn, according to the card a certain crane is put into a specific bowl. A second text is read, this time about anthropology and cannibalism, again a tarot card "chooses" a crane. The third text is about my grandfather and manners, and again a card and a crane. After a fourth text, about flatworms and the transfer of knowledge by eating other flatworms, the three bowls are poured into the empty one, and then I drink the brown liquid that is the outcome.