Aeonose and Aeolus bring tail wind
What’s in a name? The name Aeonose is a playful reference to Greek mythology, to Aeolus who was appointed as keeper of the winds by Zeus. Aeolus kept the winds in a cave and let some of them escape when required. He could use head wind to prevent things from happening, but also supply tail wind to speed up processes.
Aeonose could just be a brother of Aeolus. Aeonose might not be a god, but it is a collection of techniques which might give you some tail wind.