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And some information on Workol:
Workol is one of the most infamous astrologers of all time. He was an Orrerist who incorporated some of the Traditionalist concepts as well as some Morgathian philosophy in his astrology. He believed that the Earthmasters had altered the planets to bring the astrological forces into an unnatural rational order. Specifically, he felt that the Earthmasters had set Kethira to have exactly 360 days a year, Mergus to orbit exactly every 90 years instead of its current 85 year period, and a grand syzygy of all the planets to happen exactly every 360 years. Since that time, the planets have drifted back toward a more natural and chaotic arrangement. Mergus has drifted the most, and is leading the other planets back to their natural state. Thus in Workol's astrology Mergus is the most important of the planets, the one which is most natural and which influences all of the others. The natural state of randomness and chaos figures prominently in his work. Since Workol's death, few astrologers have openly claimed the Mergist philosophy.