Violet Heart 36 PM (November 5 PM)
The Unified Zones of Yin at the Integrated Subjective Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Motion at The Throne of When/Where at the Letter of Whirling
うちゅうじん: Alien, Foreigner, Extraterrestrial; Cosmic Dust (Japanese)
Most metawords refer to lush forests of words in many languages, but there are also deserts of meaning, inhospitable climates for words where the human tongue has rarely wandered. If there is any Kalendar date that deserves the label “indescribable”, it is Violet Heart 36. In searches of the vocabularies of all the languages surveyed through online dictionaries and Web searches, perhaps no set of phonemes described by the Lingua-U metalanguage is more devoid of words than this one.
In the morning the only significant word is Wheen, from Old English and Middle English. Wheen usually means few or some, but it can also mean “a considerable amount, a goodly number”. Depending on the rarity of what you are talking about, the existence of even a few of something could be regarded as considerable. Thus, Wheen seems most appropriate for use when speaking of rare, perhaps even exceedingly rare objects. In the search for extraterrestrial intelligence in places like Mars or the moons of Jupiter, the discovery of even a Wheen of life would be an astonishing, potentially earthshattering finding.
Wheen is the Yang Master at the Seat of Motion at the Throne of Then/There, where it represents the potential satisfaction of appetites that were Whet by the Yang Master at the same Throne’s Seat of Structure and the quantification of the referent to What, the Yang Master at the Throne’s Seat of Concern. In other words, the Wheen can be seen as something that is sought after, whether or not it exists, but not yet understood. Its nature and even the fact of its existence are quite possibly unknown.
At the fourth mark of subtle energy, the Mark of Quadrant, Wheen also responds as the Yin to the Yang of Whining. Earth programs such as S.E.T.I. that search for extraterrestrial intelligence send out sorts of Whispers and Whines and Whinnies into the cosmos, high-pitched radio signals, which generally receive no response. If a few responses are received, they will be Wheens. The programs are controversial and at this time it is unknown whether or not it is wise to keep up the search.
In the afternoon and evening of Violet Heart 36, the Japanese word うちゅうじん (pronounced OO-CHOO-DJINN) appears in the Lingua-U Lexicon. This word has two meanings: (1) alien, or (2) cosmic dust. In either case, it refers to something that came from somewhere else, a foreign country, or even another world. The Učujɪn brings together the Yang of Auwi (After That in Wauja) and the Yin of the Wheke (Octopus in Maori, the creature from the depths). Thus, the Učujɪn represents the response to the Why? as it appeared as the central concern of the Throne of When/Where. Whereas the Wheke is a terrestrial species, the Učujɪn represents life or cosmic dust from another world. Although the Wheke is terrestrial in origin, so far as anyone knows, it diverted from the evolutionary path; indeed, it is said that they “may have found a way to evolve that is foreign to practically all other multicellular organisms on the planet.”
Lacking examples of Učujɪn at this time, the word truly is indescribable. The arrival of this word as the Yin Master at the Seat of Motion for the Archetype of the Wheeler Dealer is interesting, for it suggests that receptivity to the swirling activity of Whirling brings one to a state of consciousness for which there is a lack of words. The deal is not yet sealed, but it has reached a nearly deserted understanding.
The word ‘Učujɪn’ (Alien in Japanese) appears in the Month of the Violet Heart in close proximity to the Whirlpool. The Word ‘Alien’ in English appears in the Month of the Black Stone in close proximity to the Vortex.
One thing we can say is that Violet Heart 36 PM has a beautiful and symmetrical subtle energy signature: 𝍌𝌄 (Yung-Yin-Yung-Yin-Yung-Yin), which is a thrice repeated Element of Vowel.
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