𝍍⚎ Violet Heart 38 AM (November 7 AM) – “ʍæk (Jai’ai)”
The Outside Zone of Yin at the Integrated Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Actualization at the Throne of Whu at the Letter of Whirling
Origin (English) whack: to strike a blow; a trial or attempt; “out of whack”: out of order or alignment.
If Violet Heart 37 AM brought a vision of the Wheel (the angel Ophanim), described in mystical literature as the Chariot of the Lord, by the next day it is apparent that there is not just one Wheel but a complement of them. Perhaps that is another way of reflecting upon Violet Heart 37 PM, the date we associated with the Whoove. Whoove is a sort of all-seeing humility, which might arrive as a result of the Wheel becoming married in a set of four, as in a Chariot or other Vehicle. Each Wheel would be a valuable part of the Whole, instrumental to its motion, but not capable of achieving its end independently.
By the morning of Violet Heart 38, the Wheels are becoming accustomed to the need for continual tracking with the other Wheels in their complement. They get tried out on the road, going Whack, which means hit. But Whack has a more interesting meaning as part of the expression “out of whack”, which means out of order, not working. Whack is a sign of a well-functioning set of Wheels, properly ordering the Real, working as a proper Divine Chariot. There needs to be the expression “in whack”, which would be a valuable way of talking about something that works well, involving the coordination of multiple moving parts in contact with sources of friction.
Interestingly, the word Whacko appears at Violet Heart 38 AM, meaning mad, crazy, an insane person. This word is basically a short version of “out of whack” because what started “in whack” led to the Element of Ocean, where it reached the source of our deepest, most turbulent emotions and the mysteries of extreme states of consciousness. Even something very well functional in many respects can be sent “out of whack” in the Element of Ocean, which is a channel to the Omoto, meaning “Great Source” in Japanese. Craziness manifests here as the misalignment of Wheels, each one working well by itself but unable to right the Great Vehicle because it is out of balance.
𝍍𝌂 Violet Heart 38 PM (November 7 PM) –
The Outside Zone of Yung at the Integrated Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Actualization at The Throne of Whu at the Letter of Whirling
Origin (Finnish) aurauskulma: toe (the alignment of wheels)
At Violet Heart 38 PM, the Finnish word Aurauskulma conveniently appears. Though it bears no phonosemantic resemblance to the word Wheel, nevertheless it contains the same subtle energy signature to four marks. Here, as aurauskulmə in Jai’ai, The Yung Master at the Seat of Actualization at The Throne of Whu at the Letter of Whirling, it refers to the process of getting the Wheels of Existence “in toe” or “out of toe” so they are once again well-functioning. As we know from the engineering of automobiles, the Wheels of Vehicles which depend upon multiple Wheels must be continually aligned to keep the Vehicle moving straight ahead.
The importance of Aurauskulma in the Kosmology of The Kalendar ought not to be understatated. In the Third Tier, Aurauskulma is the Yin to the Yang of Ærleg, the Norwegian Nynorsk word meaning “really, honestly”, and the Yung of the word meaning Arms or Armageddon. If the Wheels of Existence are not properly aligned at this station, then Existence cannot continue as it had. The honest, real truth will instead manifest in an “out of whack” manner that could eventually result in the destruction of All-That-Is. The Yung Master at this station must find a way to keep the Divine Chariot moving “straight ahead” in a Kosmos with vision into eight distinct dimensions … but what is the way beyond the seemingly infinite? What spiritual heights must be attained that transcend even Wholeness and the Wheels of the Divine Chariot on which it rests?
The agency of the Throne of Whu (𝍍) is apparent now. The Infinite requires the finite; the Whu is the Place. It is the Yung to the Yang of Irrationality and the Yin of the Earth itself, offering itself as an Urn, a vessel for the ashes of the cremated. The Whu may symbolize a range of things, but it is convenient for representing the After Earth, the continuation of Existence itself after the Earth will one day disappear. Will that be in 7.6 billion years as some scientists say, or another time? So much depends on Aurauskulma, the Yin to the Yung of Armageddon. It is a pity that the Irrational and the Whacko have not yet received an honored place as the inheritor of Wisdom, because without this Human activity of getting and staying “in whack”, the angelic realm of the Wheels cannot align properly.
“aurauskulma”. Wiktionary.com. 7 Nov. 2017.
Photo Credit: Motorcyclist Magazine – Published on Jul 5, 2017