This is a symbolic trope used by the Babylonian Kabbalists to designate '[cha█s] mode'

Given the occ█ltist basis of ideology on which is predicated, 'I manifest as I speak', and in which non-overt symbolism of [s█lence] and mag█ck are used to imply the will and intention of the speaker, what is to be made when they present tw█ or more mutually-exclusive poss█bilities or alternatives together with each other?

That they are not using the standard non-overt 'mode' referenced by [sil█nce]

That their non-overt implications are not to be interpreted as seriously-intended, or are demarcated by some other, usually more privately-held and proprietary, symbolic means