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hypersigil

hypersigil
 n.— «The “hypersigil” or “supersigil” develops the sigil concept beyond the static image and incorporates elements such as characterization, drama, and plot. The hypersigil is a sigil extended through the fourth dimension.…The hypersigil is an immensely powerful and sometimes dangerous method for actually altering reality in accordance with intent. Results can be remarkable and shocking.…The hypersigil can take the form of a poem, a story, a song, a dance or any other extended artistic activity you wish to try.» —by Grant Morrison The Book of Lies Oct. 1, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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