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Just a quick note on that "calculator". I think it says "I" at the bottom, "WILL" at the centre and "ATTENTION" at the arm. This might help to make sense of the pamphlet as "I" guides "WILL" which points "ATTENTION" at something on the dial. It would also fit to the "un-, sub- and concious" markings at the side. :)

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