Milon:

|---|---|---|---|---|
| M | I | L | O | N |
|---|---|---|---|---|
| I | R | A | G | O |
|---|---|---|---|---|
| L | A | M | A | L |
|---|---|---|---|---|
| O | G | A | R | I |
|---|---|---|---|---|
| N | O | L | I | M |
|---|---|---|---|---|

Used to gain general knowledge of both the past and the future.

The World Milon appears to have Greek origins however would be meaningless if equated with either Milos (a fruit or other tree) or Meilon (an article of value). It is probably closer associated with the Hebrew MLVN meaning 'a diversity of things or matters'. Irago is most likely derived from the greek Eira, a question or inquiry. Lamal probably gets it's roots from the Chaldaic MLA, fullness or entirety. Ogari from Hebrew OGR, a swallow or swiftly flying thing. Nolim, Hebrew, hidden or covered things. Bringing the total translation of this square to equate to "Various questions, examined and analysed, and that quickly, and even things carefully hidden or concealed.

Or in plain speak, "Get me the whole story, quickly, even if they're trying to hide it!"

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This word square taken from the book of sacred magic of Abra Melim the Mage.

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