English Notes: 

Goblet: 28:118 Through the accumulation of the energy and power which leads back to the thought-feeling-based cause, an ever greater compaction forms, and it is through this that a coarse-substantial factor, i.e. the destiny ultimately results ...

English Description: 

compaction (n.)
late 14c., "act of making or state of being compact," from Old French compaction, from Latin compactionem (nominative compactio) "a putting or joining together," noun of action from past

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