The Inside Zone of Yung at the Individual Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Outwardness at The Throne of Water at the Letter of Watching
Waurθaan: the past participle of the Gothic word “wairþan”, meaning, To Become or To Come To Pass.
Those who were once Outside are now Inside… the identity of the Real has been authenticated… the counterfeit has been expelled and the authentic has been admitted… History has been made, though it may not yet be apparent to everyone… Waurthaan.
Seven prior person-perspectives have been transcended in this moment… In the Season of Yang: Becoming at the Base of Being, Isness at the Seat of Consciousness of Throne of Following, and Development at the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Differentiation. In the Season of Yin: So, the Seat of Motion at the Throne of the Self, Continuing at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Communion, Opening at the Seat of Basis of the Throne of Excitement. In the Season of Yung, Next at the Seat of Structure at the Letter of Negativity.
The phrase “It came to pass” occurs repeatedly in popular translations of the Bible, especially for describing the events of Hebrew Biblical history. The phrase evokes the grandness of historical events, especially events that happened with divine assistance. Even regarding the tribulations of life, the phrase suggests a divine allowance or dispensation that defies explanation.
In Jai’ai, Waurthaan is used in a manner echoing these Biblical expressions to indicate events that have occurred which possess great importance for the storyteller and whch defy easy comprehension or explanation. Arising at the Seat of Outwardness in response to the Yang of Will at the Seat of Inwardness and the Yin of World at the Seat of Concern, Waurthaan may indicate the completion of a magical or miraculous event of world-shaking significance.
In the afternoon of Violet Heart 13, Water comes into its own station at the Throne of Water, the Yang Master at the Seat of Consciousness at the Throne of Water. Water is H20, a coalescing of individual elements into a newformed unity.