The Sorcerer’s Quadtridihexagrammaton

The word sorcery comes from an Indo-European root meaning “to sort,” or “to line up.”

This is exactly how the practice should be understood in the many ways we continue to implement it as a vast “technological” civilization, up to the present day.


The sorcery of casting any given hex can be broken into three stages: Exsorcery, Persorcery, Adsorcery.

And each internal stage can be broken into its two substages: one analytic, the other synthetic. Once of decryption, the other encryption.

The analytic and synthetic substages of all three main stages are then broken out across the sorcerer’s overall hex.

Hexes can then be arranged in their overall hexflow, a sequence of multiple hexes.


To outside observers, the cast of a hex will always appear to be magical.

Only the sorcerers themselves know all the tricks and turns, the steps and codes that click and flow together to make everything work underneath.

(Aside: you can also substitute the given hexes within any hex flow, or surject entirely different hex flows in their place, so long as all the pieces fit. But of course, this kind of Absorcery is only for highly advanced sorcerers.)

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  • BEGIN Sorcery
    • BEGIN Exsorcery
      • do.insourcing()
      • BEGIN Persorcery
        • do.presourcing()
        • BEGIN Adsorcery
          • do.desourcing()
          • do.resourcing()
        • END Adsorcery
        • do.prosourcing()
      • END Persorcery
      • do.outsourcing()
    • END Exsorcery
  • END Sorcery

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