CHRONO + POLYTICS = TIME-MANY-LIKE
AQ 563 = [CHRONOPOLYTICS + TIME-MANY-LIKE] = COMPENDIUM HEPTARCHIAE MYSTICAE
CHRONO : or chron– PREFIX: Time: chronometer. ETYMOLOGY: From Greek khronos, time.
POLYTICS : Hybrid swarm agitation. [See Tic(k)].
-TIC : ‘pertaining to’, ‘like’.
TICK3 : 1a. A cloth case for a mattress or pillow. b. A light mattress without inner springs. 2. Ticking. ETYMOLOGY: Middle English tikke, probably from Middle Dutch tike, ultimately from Latin theca, receptacle, from Greek theke. See dhe- in Appendix I.
TIC(K) : Quasiparticle of intensive multiplicity. Tics (or ticks) are intrinsically several components of autonomously numbering anorganic populations, propagating by contagion between segmentary divisions in the order of nature. Ticks - as nonqualitative differentially-decomposable counting marks - each designate a multitude comprehended as a singular variation in tic(k)-density.
TICK-DISTRIBUTOR : Barker's intensive quantizing machine, operating through the induction of microcalcular populations (which count themselves in ticks).
TIC-SYSTEMS : Consistent microstimular assemblages dismantling semiotic regimes onto a flat machinic plane.
ANORGANIC : denoting tissue (e.g., bone) from which the organic material has been removed.
ANORGANIC SEMIOTICS : Study of partial signalling assemblies, especially Tic-Systems. Anorganic semiotics operate upon a contagion-plane of zero-interpretation, where signs and efficient particles are not segmented. [See Tic(k)].
Riding capital’s essential hostility to signification, It devolves language into words, words into (animal) noises, and noises into Klangs (anorganic semiotics) [white magic]