acceleration, advancement, rushing
In music, an accelerando (ahk-say-lay-RAHN-doh) is a steady, measured increase in speed. In a score, the word accelerando is followed by an ellipsis stretched to a length that indicates over how many bars this increase is to take place.
In a casting, accelerando refers to an increase in the speed of events. It can point to a need to goose things up, or be an indication of things rapidly coming to a close or juncture; it can also indicate things spinning out of control.
To divine the meaning of this card in a casting, consider the Solfege Die it was drawn above or under.
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