One quick spelling error I edited in red:
On Pg. 2 of the epic spells list: This spell can only be cast by a lich. It either separates the lich‘s phylactery into multiple objects or expands the phylactery
to include multiple objects, as determined by the spellcaster. The number of subject objects can be no greater than the caster‘s modifier
for its spellcasting ability. Thereafter, destroying the lich‘s phylactery requires the destruction of the whole set of objects that
comprise the phylactery. As long as at least one such object of the set exists, the caster cannot be permanently killed.
This spell can be used repeatedly on a phylactery or part thereof. Each time, the number of objects that comprise the lich‘s
phylactery can be increased by an amount equal to the caster‘s modifier for its spellcasting ability.
For any one living creature within range, you separate its soul from its body. The target is entitled to a Fortitude save (DC 51)
to survive the attack. If the save is successful, the creature instead takes 3d6+20 points of damage. If the save is failed, the subject‘s
soul is dead and passes on to the afterlife, but the body remains alive.