The Inside Zone of Yin at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Outwardness at The Throne of Atman at the Letter of Realization
Origin (English, slang) oughta: contraction for “ought to”; indicating duty or obligation, advisability or prudence, desirability, likelihood or probability.
At the centerpoint of the Throne of Atman, a word for duty or obligation appears, merged into a contraction which removes the desirability from the realm of outward-imposed morality to inward-determined truth, as in “(I believe) there oughta be a law against that.”
Thus, Silver Stars 12 presents the World Soul as preoccupied with The Way Things Are And Could Be. That which is and that which oughta be are fusing together at this station, merging advisability with probability. Desirable outcomes are made more likely on account of their being willed by the Atman.
The word Roust appears as well, continuing the theme of rowdy awakening from the previous day. But a Roust can also mean an arrest by a law enforcement body, thus suggesting that The Way Things Are is coming rapidly, by force, if necessary. The symbol is the Rowel, the spiked revolving disk at the end of a spur, used to urge a horse to ride faster.
As well, the word Otter appears, the class of water-loving weasel which includes badgers, honey badgers, martens, minks, and wolverines. In some traditional folklore, Otters are revered as fierce warriors with a playful spirit; in other cultures, the Otter is a trickster. Some Japanese stories have told of the Otter as shapeshifters who will take on the form of a beautiful woman to kill men.
In the Third Column, the Yang is the Dao, the curved single-edged sword; the Yin is the prefix Oto, meaning “related to the ears”. The Yung of Oughta or Autocracy brings together the power of a single blade with the listening activity of a Ruler.
The Third Tier presents us with two predecessors: the Yang of the Mukti, the Sanskrit term for Salvation, Final Liberation Or Emancipation; and the Yin of the Autɛntɪkaar, from the Spanish term for Authentication. Thus, the Oughta combines the salvific condition of Mukti with the confirmed power of an authentic individual. The Reformer appears now as prepared for the Atman’s arrival, the Authentic One Who Brings Mukti.
𝍐𝌃 Silver Stars 12 PM (November 22 PM) – “Aataaʍə” (Jai’ai)
The Inside Zone of Yung at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Outwardness at The Throne of Atman at the Letter of Realization
Origin (Maori) Ātaahua: beautiful, handsome, good-looking, gorgeous
Few words dear to tread in the station which is home to the Atman, except the bold and the beautiful.
The only significant vowel led words for Violet Heart 12 are Ātaahua and Autocracy. The former word is a Maori word for a good-looking person. The latter word is the English term for a form of government in which power is totally invested in a single individual, the Autocrat.
Why should a term for a beautiful person appear at the home of the Atman? After all, the Atman is not a single individual, but the spiritual life principle of the Universe. Within the Letter of Realization, the Yang of Opulence or Reward at the Throne of Righting has combined with the Yin of Running or Rumba at the Throne of Relationship. The Atman brings the healing and refreshing energy of Rain and Repairing with the spirit of a “Renaissance Man”. Just as rain restores the Earth and makes nature more beautiful, the work of the Rishi and the Realist and the Religionist make the entire universe more beautiful.
The consonant-led words of this station include Round, Rounding, Roundish, and Roundsman (a person who makes rounds, as of inspection). That which is Atman goes Round and is invested with the power to inspect the Reforms to make sure they comply with the principles of the universe. Roundedness is the Yin to the Yang of Randomness; only when viewed together does a more complete picture of the Atman arrive… to be brought together in a few days at the station of the Ruler (Autocrat).
The Third Column presents us with a genealogy of the Atman: the Yang of Down or Download combines with the Yin of Xaurə, the Sanskrit term for Shaving or Barbershop (A Beauty Salon). That which is Down may be Downcast, depressed, dejected; but it is made beautiful at the Xaurə and the result is a shining Aataaʍə who radiates the spiritual energy of the universe.
In the Third Tier, the starting image is not that which is Downward, but that which is high up: the Mountain. The Yang of Mountain combines with the Yin of Uʒorə (Jai’ai borrowed from the Hungarian term for Usurer, a person who loans money at an exorbitantly high rate). These words constellate with the Autocrat to suggest material power who provides material support to the Realm at the cost of reinforcing his Autocratic Rule.
From a spiritual perspective, the Kosmos can be considered a form of Autocracy invests power in one individual, the True Self – the KR or Christ (KR)-Principle or Krishna (KR)-Principle or Creative (KR)-Principle in All Being. This is the meaning of the term that comes closest to Atman, which is also considered the divine spark within each individual.
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