some helpful terms

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I dozed in the middle of it, so I gotta do it over, but you'll want to know about:

Pleroma (Greek πλήρωμα) generally refers to the totality of divine powers. The word means fullness from πληρόω ("I fill") comparable to πλήρης which means "full", and is used in Christian theological contexts: both in Gnosticism generally, and by St. Paul the Apostle in Colossians 2:9 (the word is used 17 times in the NT).

Pleroma is also used in the general Greek language and is used by the Greek Orthodox church in this general form since the word appears in the book of Colossians. Proponents of the view that Paul was actually a Gnostic, such as Elaine Pagels of Princeton University, view the reference in Colossians as something that was to be interpreted in the Gnostic sense.
He's always using the word "pleromic" and it's driven me mad for I don't know how long. I have been certain he was not talking about a cancer, but fuck if I could get a handle on that usage... until today. And:

From uroboros / ouroboros - the ancient symbol depicting a serpent swallowing its own tail and forming a circle; adjective; uroboric (comparative more uroboric, superlative most uroboric; cyclical; self-devouring
Another technical term he throws around like we know what he's saying.

And this kid cannot pronounce Mtsar Conspiratorium to save his life.