Violet Heart 20 PM (October 20 PM)
The Outside Zone of Yung at the Collective Subjective Quadrant of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Structure at The Throne of Health at the Letter of Wholeness
helpers: ones who make it easier for (someone) to do something by offering one’s services or resources
At midnight on the morning of Violet Heart 20, Hesperus, the planet Venus beckoned the Hero onward, or perhaps it was Jesus (His name pronounced in the Spanish manner). The second act of the Hero’s Journey was set in irreversibly in motion.
Hegel announced a new arrangement of the components of Here at the Seat of Structure in the Letter of Wholeness.
The Hero had cause to express surprise, frustration, or dismay. Heck appeared.
The Hero was bewitched with a Hex. The Cross appeared at the sixth, seventh, and eighth marks of subtle energy.
The Hero had to Hedge a bet on the nature of Wholeness. Something dark and terrible approached his awareness. He remembered the myths of Jesus visiting Hell for three days after the crucifixion.
At noon, the Worlds seemed to Hem in around him. Life and death were garments here, to be hurriedly tossed off. Nothing was certain. Nothing was safe. It was a dark day.
A Hen appeared. She laid no egg.
The Hero’s Hair grew long and unkempt. Like existence itself, everything hung on a thin, thread-like strand.
As the evening approached its darkest hour, the Hero spent his time in Hell. There is little to say about it, except to note that it followed upon Heaven itself in his experience. The Hero requires experience of all the extremities of human existence to realize his quest. The extremities were intertwined: Heaven’s Yang, Heck’s Yin, and Hell’s Yung. Ecstasy mixed with surprise, frustration, and torment all together as one at the Seat of Structure in the Letter of Wholeness.
But Hell lasted only for eight marks of subtle energy: Yung, Yin, Yin, Yin, Yang, Yung, Yung, Yin. Hell was the outside view of the collective subjective, not the interior or unified view. At the ninth, tenth, and eleventh marks of this station, the letter P (⚌⚋) appeared. With the appearance of P, the Letter of Positivity, Hell became Help at the ninth mark of subtle energy.
Helpers appeared when they were most needed, at the point when the Hero could not Help himself. Perhaps they were the Fourteen Helpers revered by the Roman Catholics. Their intercession has been noted historically to be helpful in restoring Health.
Help and Health are identical in Lingua-U up to nine marks of subtle energy. Whereas Help turns Yang at the tenth mark to draw powerful healing energy from the Source, Health is Yin at the tenth mark. It receives an influx of Ch’I or Prana to sustain itself.
Health is the Yin to the Yang of Wellness. They are identical words in Lingua-U up to eight marks of energy except for the third mark, the Mark of Level. Whereas the bucket of Wellness dips deep in the pool of Negativity, the firehose of Health draws out the reserves of healing energy into the cauldron of Synthesis.
Violet Heart 20 comes to a close, good Health is realized at last at the Letter of Wholeness. The Hero is fit to continue the Journey. The dark day shimmered brilliantly in the night.
The Structure of the Hero’s Journey is so told, yet its Concern only now begins to manifest as a new day dawns.