Vocivus Treatise is a completely empty personal journal that I designed for the community. It has blank white covers, and 200 lined pages, designed with customization in mind, providing the individual an opportunity to customize their planers, journals, Shadow Working and Dream Journaling records, which are very prsonal. The exterior covers and the internal pages are matte, instead of glossy, in order to provide the best customization surfaces for artistic tools such as pens, markers, pencils, and paints, in order to accommodate the alchemist decorative and magickal preferences.
So what does Vocivus Treatise mean anyway?
Vocivus – Latin – Etymology – From (vacō) meaning “to be empty” plus (īvus) forming a deverbal adjective meaning “doing” or “related to doing”. – Pronunciation – (Classical) u̯oˈkiː.u̯us, u̯ɔˈkiːu̯ʊs̠ – (Ecclesiastical) voˈt͡ʃi.vus, voˈt͡ʃiːvus – Pronunciation – Vo-Cheve-Us
Treatise – English – Noun – Etymology – A treatise is a formal and systematic written discourse on some subject, generally longer and treating it in greater depth than an essay, and more concerned with investigating or exposing the principles of the subject and its conclusions. From Middle English tretys, from Anglo-Norman tretiz and Old French traitis (“treatise, account”), from traitier (“to deal with, treat”). – Pronunciation – Treat-Is