The Unified Zone of Yin at the Integrated Objective 7th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Goodness at the Throne of Ambiguity at the Letter of Amplification
ankh: an object or design resembling a cross but having a loop instead of the top arm, used in ancient Egypt as a symbol of life.
At the 7th person perspective, the mind turns to the multivalent meanings of the ankh, first used by the Old Kingdom of Egypt and later adopted by the Coptic Orthodox Christian Church as a symbol of everlasting life. Known as the Crux Ansata (“cross with handle”), the ankh is a symbol of portable spirituality. One view of the symbol’s significance is that the cross represents the masculine principle and the loop represents the feminine; the symbol of the two joined is thus a union of male/female opposites through sexual congress. In Lingua-U, the ankh appears as a symbol of the meta-mind exhibiting a Yin tendency as it draws connections between the objective view of individuals and collectives. In this analysis, the ankh’s cross represents the objective individual and the loop represents the objective collective; they are joined in a Yin fashion which allows them to be received (ported or worn).