𝍐𝌅 Silver Stars 14 AM (November 24 AM) – “Rulərʃɪp” (Jai’ai)
The Unified Zones of Yung at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Consciousness at The Throne of Atman at the Letter of Realization
Origin (English) rulership: the fact of ruling or the condition of being ruled.
The Throne of Atman concludes with the appearance of words such as Rule, Ruler, and Rulership. At this time, the Reformer has risen to the royal position of Raja. Decisions must be made that will affect everyone in the Realm, give life or death, and determine the course of war and peace. It is the time for for the Ruler to Rule, giving rise to a legacy of Rulership. The appearance of the word Romp also at Silver Stars 14 suggests the possibility of rough and energetic play, an easy victory, or an illicit tryst.
The course of the True Self has been replete with ecstatic Rapture, cold Ruthlessness, erratic Randomness, rip-roaring Rousing, the pursuit of beautiful Aataaʍə, and the rise of a Raja. But one now senses that even the Atman is past its prime, falling into a state of Rotten decay or Rancid sourness. Indeed, at the Throne of Atman, Rulership is the Yung which brings together the Yang of Rancid from the Seat of Actualization with the Yang of Rotten at the Seat of Consciousness. What’s more, the Letter of Realization which began with the Throne of Righting has now apparently gone too far, landing itself in the territory of Wrongness, which is also the Yang to this Yung at the Seat of Consciousness.
Is there a hope for goodness to come under such conditions in this Rulership? Yes, so long as the Letter of Realization contains the seeds of Redemption and Reprising. It is never too late for a turn around (recall that Round is the Yin to this Yung at the Seat of Outwardness). A key to success, it appears, is to embrace the temporality of Rulership, for it is merely a Romp, the Reign’s end. Only the Atman is permanent, eternal, not the multitudes of appearances it takes from time to time.
Rulership is the Yung which responds to the Yang of Dharma in the Third Column, combining it with the Yin of Exaltation. This sounds auspicious, but the Yung is a movement away from Exaltation and into the hard work of duty.
In the Third Tier, Rulership responds to the Yang of Mulaadhaarə, the Sanskrit word for the Root chakra, as well as Mars, the god of war. It also fulfills the Yin of Wanting and Wandering, giving expression to the Realization of desire for rebuilding out of ruins and returning to glory.
The Reforms have taken effect, for better or worse, and there is no more to do. The Reformer’s work is over.
𝍑⚌ Silver Stars 14 PM (November 24 PM) – “Leɪdi” (Jai’ai)
The Outside Zone of Yang at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Basis at The Throne of Light at the Letter of Lightening
Origin (English) lady: a woman; a woman of noble birth or superior social position.
In the afternoon of Silver Stars 14, a new Archetype rises: The Lovers.
The collective objective quadrant comes fully into view at this time – meaning, the society and its political affairs, as seen from the Archetype of The Lovers or the 9th-person-perspective. We have already seen the Realm from the perspective of the Reformer and the Ruler he became; now, we have purvey to the Landscape and People of the Realm, their desires and needs and destiny.
The first words to appear at this station include Libel, Library, and Lives (rhymes with Hives). Here, the people are not cogs in a machine or soldiers in an army, but real souls, expressions of Atman, with dignified Lives of their own. The Ruler was Rowdy, but the people are Lively.
On this date, the earliest station of the Letter of Lightening, truth is too heavy to rise. It is weighed down with Libel and Liabilities.
The Letter of Realization is gone. The Letter of Lightening begins with the station of the Osprey, the sea hawk, a diurnal bird of prey. By late evening the Ostrich appears, a swift-running, flightless bird or a person who refuses to face the real truth.
The Ostrich has given rise to the popular expression “to bury one’s head in the sand”, despite the fact that Ostriches do no such thing. Lovers, however, have a tendency to be in denial of reality concerning the shortcomings of potential lovers.
The next words to appear here include Labor, Label, Lathe, Lady, Late, Lazy. Birth results in a painful Labor. Soup is doled out in Ladles. Objects have not names here, but Labels. Hard edges are sanded with a Lathe. The Lord is not at home, but the Lady is present. Promises are not kept, or results come Late. At the end of the evening, the heaviness or tiredness or weariness express themselves as Laziness (and why not rest? It’s been a long day and night, and the Lady is the Queen of the Stars).
The Third Column began with the Yang of Type and the Yin of Chafing. These words express the difficulties at the start of a loving relationship, as the Lovers must determine their mutual compatibility or incompatibility.
In the Third Tier, the Lady fulfills the Yang of the Knave or Nadir and the Yin of the Hive. Metaphorically speaking, the Lady is the Queen of the Hive, the one who gives it direction and an honorable purpose. The Knave lacked honesty; the Nadir lacked height. But now, the Yang Master of the Collective Objective Quadrant appears in her feminine guise, savvy and powerful, perhaps serving as a complement to the Raja, his eyes and ears to learn about the Lives of the people.
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