An aetheric affliction described as an abnormal and involuntary, temporary or permanent de-synchronization of the aetheric body of an individual, resulting into a variety of symptoms, dysfunctions of internal organs and disabilities.
Phage may naturally occur when an Oracle or otherwise enhanced individual torques or realigns their aetheric body too forcibly or too swiftly.
To phage afflicted patients, the forceful or abrupt physiological changes of the aetheric body have caused it to temporarily or permanently vibrate in frequencies that correspond to the highest of the echomagnetic spectrum, rendering it unresponsive to stimulus and twisting it in a manner which no longer allows it to function properly.
The excessive echomagnetic discharges of the phage-afflicted portion of the aetheric body will directly influence the function of corresponding physical organs, cause involuntary muscular contractions, severe pain and in the most extreme cases cause brief incidents of localized vaporization and ionization of living tissue in the form of plasma pustules.
A rarely seen and extreme phage symptom, during which the patient suffers from an abrupt and total collapse of their aetheric body, which is instantaneously followed by the complete ionization of their physical body, resulting into a plasma explosion. Documented cases exist to prove that eruptive phage is in fact a deliberate action of suicide.
Most phage afflictions fall under the category of acute localized diseases, with the patient suffering from mild symptoms of muscular contractions and body aches for a few days after severe exertion with most oracles or otherwise enhanced individuals having suffered from such instances several times throughout their lives.
Chronic cases of the phage exist, ranging from localized and stable to disseminating and progressive. Most chronic cases will involve occurrences of plasma pustules.
The malfunction of aetheric and physical organs has detrimental effects in the health and quality of life of the patient, and even mild chronic cases of the phage will usually shorten the patient’s lifespan considerably. Chronic patients will usually die of phage-related organ failures.
Mild cases of the phage heal naturally without any need for medical assistance. Chronic cases are considered to be terminal and may only be treated to relieve symptoms.