The Unified Zones of Yang at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Goodness at The Throne of Righting at the Letter of Realization
Origin (English) root: the basic cause, source, or origin of something; the part of a plant that attaches it to the ground; a morpheme from which words have been made; establish deeply and firmly.
The Kalendar concludes by revisiting the themes and lessons of the prior stations. The Seat of Goodness at the Letter of Realization reiterates the lessons of the Letter of Vying such as Vaporizing, Vice, Virtue, Vocation, Void, Value, Volving, and Vaulting.
The first words to appear on the morning of Silver Star 4 are Rhyming and Rind and Rhinoserous. Rhyming aims for correspondence of sound between the endings of words, especially in poetry. Thus, rhyming draws attention to sound-meanings, the elusive ways in which words that sound alike carry the same connotations or hidden subtexts because of the general properties of their sound symbolism. The Rind is the protective outer layer of something, such as a citrus fruit. To determine Ripeness, one inspects the Rind. The Rind together with the softer inner parts of fruit is known as a Peel, and are usually considered too bitter or unpleasant to eat, though they may be candied or used in cooking. In poetry, the Rhyme is usually at the end of a line, which is a sort of Rind. Thus, both Rhymes and Rinds concern the outer or ending layers of things, providing a sort of Zest.
The next word for Silver Star 4 is Roof, referring to the external outer covering of a house, hut, or other building. The Roof provides protection from weather and cold, and is constructed of a variety of materials depending on the architectural style. A good Roof is generally one that is waterproof and durable. Unlike a Rind which is an Integrated part of an organism, the Roof is an addition, much as the Wood of a tree trunk is an addition over the Root of a plant. Etymologically, Roof refers to the highest point of something.
The last word we will look at for Silver Star 4 is Root, which may refer to the lowest point of something, such as the underground parts which link a plant into the soil and with which it obtains nutrients and water. Like a Rind, a Root is an end layer of something. Some Roots, such as carrots, are edible vegetables. When something is pulled out “from the Root”, it is removed wholly or entirely. When a Ritual is “firmly Rooted”, it is embedded wholly in a culture. The Root is not a Foundation, which can be cracked by the Root, but an organic driver of perception. Gravitropism makes the Root grow downward, but its direction can be altered according to the needs of the organism.
As the Yang Master at the Seat of Goodness at the Letter of Realization, Root connotes something which cannot be any more firmly grounded or surpassed. It reaches to the depths, but it also sets a Roof upon the potential for growth. At the Throne of Righting, Root brings together the sweetening action of Ripening with the healthful work of Repairing into the complex regulatory activity governing processes of growth and life.
𝍎𝌄 Silver Star 4 PM (November 14 PM) – “Aavistəs (Jai’ai)”
The Unified Zones of Yin at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Goodness at The Throne of Righting at the Letter of Realization
Origin (Finnish) Aavistus: Intuition, Premonition
At noon on Silver Star 4, the Yang Master of Root retires for the Yin Master of Aavistəs. The Finnish word meaning Intuition or Premonition is not merely an “inner” feeling, but in Jai’ai it is the “unified” sense of interior and exterior sense of this station. It may manifest as the feelings and behaviors of anxiety or anticipation over a future event, or a sense of foreknowledge manifest in an external sign or omen.
As an omen or sign, the Aavistəs complements the other Yin Masters with which it is aligned in the Third Column. It is the Yung to the Yang of Dʊxiŋ, the Jai’ai word for the making of Policy or Dogma, and the Yin of Extrasensory Perception. Thus, the Aavistəs is a sort of extra sensing and sense-object which may come about through the activity of establishing policies or ethical codes or religious teachings. Given that the subtle signatures for Extrasensory Perception and Aavistəs are identical to six degrees except for the Mark of Tier, it is possible that Aavistəs is a sort of confirmation of the validity of ESP, one which allows its unproven insights to be accepted and then accreted into the Root of things.
Looking as well to the Third Tier, Aavistəs is also the Yung to the Yang of the Avatar in the Meta-Mind and the Yin of the Auvoynən in the Audi-Mind (the Finnish word meaning Happy or Euphoric). Therefore, we see Aavistəs as related to the Uni-Mind expression of the Work of the Avatar and the Meaning of Happiness. Through Aavistəs expressed as a sign or omen, the Mind of the Avatar is externally manifested; the non-symbolic Auvoynən of the Witness is likewise replaced with a symbolic manifestation.
Aavistəs is also associated with the word Rook. The Rook is a chess piece that can move any number of unobstructed spaces, much as a plant Root can drill down so far as it may go. Rookery is also a transitive verb with the slang meaning of cheating, swindling, or overcharging. Thus, appearing at the eighth station in the Throne of Righting, the appearance of a Rook may indicate the necessity for any Righteous activity to have unintended and undesirable consequences, or need to be effected through means that seem improper to some. Some spiritualists who would fancy themselves to be Avatars have proven liable to engage in behavior which seems susceptible to the charge of Rookery, perhaps as a result of overconfidence.
The Reformer, if she is not to grow overconfident, must recognize that she can’t please everyone nor will all her Reforms have a positive effect for all. A greater fairness for a greater number is her goal, not perfect fairness for everyone. She must attend to the welfare of all stations and make hard decisions. If the Rook appears to her, she may need to pay attention to the unintended side effects of her proposed Reforms.