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 n.— «According to Morrison it is part of his 3-part (using 3 entirely different comic franchises) Hypersigil, which is apparently intended to bring about some sort of “Revival” or large growth in interest in the Occult/Bring about a greater desire for free will.» —“Grant Morrisons The Invisibles As A Hypersigil” by William Spiritkin Forums Apr. 13, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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