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Ash and lava spew from the Villarrica volcano, as seen from Pucon town in the south of Santiag

Similarly, there is one exception and one only to the rule of silence. It is the utterance of the ‘Name’ which it is death to pronounce. This word was constantly in their mouths; it is “Zcrra”, a sort of venomous throat-gargling. Hence, possibly the Gaelic “Scurr” “speak,” English “Scaur” or “Scar” in Yorkshire and the Pennines. “Zcrra” is also the name of the “High House,” and of the graven image referred to above. —– Liber Li by the A.’.A.’.

The Villarrica volcano in Chili erupted at 3 AM ET Tuesday morning. Over 4,000 people in the surrounding areas are being evacuated. (CNBC Screen Capture)

Ash and lava spew from the Villarrica volcano, as seen from Pucon town in the south of Santiago, March 3, 2015. Volcano Villarrica in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday, sending a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities. REUTERS/Lautaro Salinas (CHILE – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

People were evacuated from the area around the Villarrica volcano in Chile following an eruption in the early hours of Tuesday, March 3. Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service (Sernageomin) had issued an orange warning notice for the active volcano on March 2. (Facebook/Marco San Martin Castillo)

People have begun evacuating the area around the Villarrica volcano in Chile following an eruption in the early hours of Tuesday, March 3. Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service (Sernageomin) had issued an orange warning notice for the active volcano on March 2. (Instagram/ikeralc)

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