seidr@1.9.1 vulnerabilities

> In Old Norse, seiðr was a type of sorcery practiced in Norse society during > the Late Scandinavian Iron Age. The practice of seiðr is believed to be a form > of magic relating to both the telling and shaping of the future.

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