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    WOSSNAME -- JUNE 2007 -- PART 9 OF 9 (continued) ... oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ====Part 9 - HOROSCOPE - the end! 30) THE NEW DISCWORLD
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      ====Part 9 - HOROSCOPE - the end!

      30) THE NEW DISCWORLD HOROSCOPE - FEB->MAR

      Lesser Umbrage 19 Feb - 20 Mar

      GUEST ASTROLOGER:
      Simon, boy genius and specialist Technomancer (UU interdimensional)

      For thousands of years, mankind has wondered how the stars affect us.
      But has anybody considered whether we affect the stars? Oh, from
      time to time a particularly energetic wizard or careless sourcerer
      pulls a star down from the sky, but in fact even the rudest, most
      non-magical person has a reciprocal affect on the stars: As Below,
      So Above. The proof is obvious, so I shall only sketch it here.

      Given Knuttt's Enormous Theorem, we can assume without loss of
      generality that curl(δx|δy) is first order isomorphic to Ψ(λ) and
      hence use Crowley's Interchangeable Lemma to prove that {Î",χ} is
      positive homogeneous, and therefore that the tensor product of Ω and
      Langdon's delta is strongly chromatic. That naturally implies that
      epsilon prime is malicious, in the thaumatic sense, and hence by way
      of contradiction we can prove that δQ must be strong (modulo π)
      and its octo-derivative is irreducible. Hence it is a simple matter
      to derive δy{Q++} = [-j,i,χ^^y] from Ogg's Incontinence Theorem,
      giving us As Below, So Above. Q.E.D.

      The consequences of this simple little proof are as astounding as the
      proof was trivial. We're well accustomed to seeing the life and death
      of the great princes (by which I include kings, emperors and wizards)
      reflected in the stars. Is it not said that the fall of a star means
      that a great king has died? But now that we can see that the lives
      of even the meanest beggars are also reflected in the stars. So for
      the milk-maids and labourers and cobblers out there, no star will
      fall from the heavens if they have a bad day, but we can be sure
      that the stars will not remain untouched by their passing.

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      31) AND IT'S GOODBYE FOR ANOTHER MONTH

      Huzzah! You made it all the way through the biggest WOSSNAME issue
      ever! Now give yourselves a cookie.

      Believe it or not, I had to leave quite a few items out this time --
      but rest assured that everyone who sent me bits and bobs will get
      published in the July issue. See you next month!

      -- Annie Mac.

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