I had to look up the work lumocline. Googling it brings up only one hit besides this post. It's useful. Anyway, yes, I like the metaphor. Is there any particular part of Chicago in which Anubis leads the dead into the Western Lands?
Heh, well I kinda made it up. This image brought to mind halocline/thermocline and I'm like, what's Latin for light?
Of course! Of course, it was a jackel-headed woman with her eyes akimbo, a King sitting sideways on his throne, adrip with gold, chipped nose up-lifted -- thusly! All engraven that refreshes, a tale told by an idiot, and the head of a Dex!
Latin for light is lux. The stem lumo- is closer to the French lumiere. By the way, Phil Proctor, David Ossman, Phil Austin and Peter Bergman send their thanks. What I had in mind, though, was William S. Burroughs novel of the same name.
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