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erratics

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

The erratics, or erratic stars, was a term used in traditional astrology to refer to the planets, as distinct from the fixed stars.

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The erratic is one of two Canadian sites selected for digital preservation by the CyArk 500 challenge, a global initiative launched at a summit in 2013 at the Tower of London.
The Glenwood Erratic was also news to Blood Tribe Elder Francis Firstcharger, who pinpoints sites such as these across Alberta in order to educate Blackfoot youth.
Leaving aside trade in oil and so-called erratic items such as ships, aircraft and gemstones, the picture was worse - a trade gap widening to pounds 3.