Collegium Wikia

The serious attempt to render absolutely everything in clear and distinct terms is at once an attempt to outwit wit.

— @omnicorrupt, 9:17 PM - 7D18

The Collegium is a modern day college. It was visibly founded in 2017, but its invisible operation is eternal (hence it is known as the Invisible College and the Black Library). The visible college—the Collegium—strives to collect data from everywhere—and analyse it. It is thus analogous to Google and the CIA. It writes reports on what it gathers, and is thus analogous to Wikipedia and other Encyclopedias—and the CIA. It is thus an intelligence service. It strives to render correct constructions of words.

“The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name.” said Confucius (551–479 BC) one of the early visible architects of the Invisible College. Hence we attempt traditional names of things at the Collegium—or orthonomy & orthology.

Its patron saints and Founders are Metatron (Enoch) and Thoth.

Man's ideas are legion, pouring out of the subnirvanaic hells; and here some of the main streams are collected; which is what collegium is: the collaboration for the collection of certain legions of ideas. It is thus a lexicon, and will store lectures & logos. It is also known as the Black Library, for none know the (co-)legion's full expansion.

Its saintly inspiration is among others the Reverend Master Sir Matthew Smallwood, whose artful writ echoes for eternities. See e.g. his Trivium II – Prism of the Artes Liberales.




  1. (in Russia) A committee or council
  2. (in Ancient Rome) Any of several legal associations

Etymology: collēga (“colleague”) +‎ -ium


collēgium n (genitive collēgiī); second declension

  1. college (several senses)
  2. school
  3. corporation, guild, company

Alternative Latin forms: conlēgium

AQ-238: enter at will; the collegium; hermes-thoth;[]



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