Ye Sevene-folde Quizze: Ye First Unfoldeing

At the end if each year Altair Astrology offers ye Quizze.

What is a pictun?

a. A pictun is a 12 degree aspect. It was extensively used by the wee people, otherwise known as picts and is therefore named after them.

b. A pictun is one cycle in a Central American calender. It takes 2,880,000 days to complete. The approach of day 1,728,000 is causing a lot of fuss.

c. A pictun is a leafy indoor plant which keeps antiscia from becoming too rambunctious. Experts are still unsure what the mechanism is. Recent studies say that the aromatic oils exuded by the flowers effect the post radial receptors of antiscia.

d. Pictun, more correctly piction, is the visual counterpart of good diction.

e. None of the above. Pictun is a very rare dried fish made while the Moon is in Pisces. It is the secret ingredient in a well known dish served exclusively to the astrological elite at the H************* Restaurant in Y****, France.

10 thoughts on “Ye Sevene-folde Quizze: Ye First Unfoldeing

  1. None of the above!

    A pictun is a card from the guessing word game Pictionary designed by Robert Angel and first published in 1985 by Seattle Games Inc. The game is played with teams of astrologers each trying to identify specific Mayan aspects. It usually takes 2,880,000 days to complete the game. Hence it’s other name of the Long Count.


    • Hello CarO,
      Indeed. Indeed.
      The pictun card is full of mystery. And once you begin counting the stars on it (as in the sky) you may not finish for a while.
      🙂 Thomas

  2. Is “Pictun” the name of a giant 8000 y/o octopussy that carries the blue crystal football which is about to expire on the 2012 winter solstice, or is it just a new Facebook application that turns pictures into tunes?

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