Violet Heart 35 PM (November 4 PM)
The Inside Zone of Yung at the Integrated Subjective Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Concern at The Throne of Wheel at the Letter of Whirling
whirlpool: (1) a body of swirling water produced by the meeting of opposing currents; (2) a heated pool in which hot, typically aerated water is continuously circulated; (3) used to describe a spiral galaxy, Messier 51a, M51a, and NGC 5194.
What is the most central Concern of the Letter of Whirling? The answer is spelled Wheke (ʍəkə), the Maori word for Octopus, which resides at the morning of Violet Heart 35 (𝍌⚏). At the heart of the final third of the 8th-person-perspective comes the animal with eight limbs. Amidst the Whirling waters of the deep, the Wheke thrives with its eight tentacles which are thought to have the capacity to feel, taste, and even see. The Wheke’s senses are thus extended in virtually every direction all at once, giving it the sensory input it needs to dwell in such perilous conditions with neverending motion and threat.
Intelligent and communicative, the Wheke can spread itself wide as a canopy or narrow enough to squeeze through narrow pipes and crevasses. The Wheke’s versatility helps it to find food anywhere, even by crawling onto dry land when necessary. In the Maori legend, the Great Wheke (Te Wheke o Muturangi) was an adversary, an inauspicious omen, but by rising up to its challenges, the great fisherman (Kupa) eventually came to the promised land.
The afternoon of Violet Heart 35 is associated with the words beginning with Whirl, including Whirlpool, Whirlybird (Helicopter), Whirling Dervish, Whirlabout (Carousel), and Whirlwind. The Whirling Dervishes (Mevlevi) are an Islamic order which remembers and worships God through Whirling. Their Whirling dance recreates the spiritual journey of growth through Love into Truth. Whirling is a form of physically dynamic meditation called Sama and in some forms is accompanied by the wearing of multicolored clothing, veils, or props. Whirling dancers must practice inner-ear training techniques to learn how to rotate around a central axis without collapsing in states of dizziness or vertigo. At the structure of the Audi-Mind or Hearing Mind, it is now the “inner hearing” associated with the inner-ear that most concerns us now.
Everything Whirls that rotates on its axis or central point from the Earth to many Galaxies. By learning to Whirl, the Wheeler Dealer learns how to adapt to this aspect of the Kosmos and learn its lessons such as self-control, stability, balance, and the ability to enter into trance-like states. From the trance state of the Whirler, new capacities for motion and insight and awareness are disclosed unlike those attainable at any other station of The Kalendar. Thus, in the Book of Job, the God of the Hebrew people spoke to Job out of a Whirlwind, communicating a reply to his mournful and self-pitying Whines. Thus in this Bible story, the Whirl is the source of Revelation itself, just as the Letter of Whirling precedes the Letter of Realization.
The Whirlpool appears in water which is subject to ferocious cross-currents. They have been known to sink smaller ships, though larger ships have rarely been sucked into their maelstrom. The Whirlpool depicts the inside zone of the Throne of When/Where, the interior intersection of space and time.
The Whirlpool or Whirlwind represents the station which brings the cross-currents of Yang and Yin: the Yang of What, the interrogative determiner, crossing with the Yin of Wheke, the adversary from the deepest waters. The What must wrestle the Wheke in the midst of the Whirlpool in order to successfully negotiate the Wheeler Dealer’s deal. It’s tough work with no guaranteed success, a task suitable for galaxies and planets and only the most disciplined or desperate spiritual seeker.
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