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antegenic (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems
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Antegenic refers to a system formed before the present and/or rest of the current system.[1]

An example of an antegenic system is a system formed in a past life or exomemories.

This term can be also known as an antesystem, antecluster, antesubsystem, etc.

This term is derived from Ante-, which is a Latin prefix for "before".

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