𝌡⚎ Golden Egg 2 AM (April 23 AM) – “Spɪrɪt” (Jai’ai)
The Outside Zone of Yin at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 4th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Basis at The Throne of Evolution at the Letter of Self-Sensing
Origin (English): the nonphysical part of a person that is the seat of emotions and character; a supernatural being; the Holy Spirit; (in philosophy) All-That-Is.
The first full day of the Season of Yin, Golden Egg 2 discloses the Spirit itself. It looks like this: 𝌡⚎ . It is composed of the Element of Air followed by the Element of Space and then the Elements of Wind and Fire. It is unobstructued intelligence and emptiness capable of refracting the Yin from the Mark of Principle to the Mark of Mastery.
Some of the many words to appear at this station are Ebbing, Ebony, Syphon, Sake (rhymes with Bake), Sacred, Sage, Spy, Spade, Space, Spin, Speed, Speak, Spear, Special, Specter, Spell, Spare, Sperm, Spore, Sport, Spook, Spoon, Span, Spanish, Spouse, Spring, Splatter, Spawn, Spartacus, Sparse, and Sparkle. The connection of Spirit with lively and active words such as Sportiness and Spunk is a clear theme. The co-arising of Spirit and Sacred, two synonyms which are not homonyms, at the same station produces a “synosta”, a rectifying movement within language’s own evolution.
Within the Throne of Evolution, Spirit is the Yang to the Yin of Psyche or Science. When the exterior spirit and the interior psyche are united, the result is Evolution, the Yin Master at the Seat of Goodness.
At the Letter of Self-Sense, Spirit is the Yang to the Yin of Sexuality. When sex and spirit are brought together, the result appears as the Yin Master at the Seat of Actualization. This station includes words such as Sacrifice and Evil.
𝌡𝌂 Golden Egg 2 PM (April 23 PM) – “Svaadhiʃθaanə” (Jai’ai)
The Outside Zone of Yung at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 4th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Basis at The Throne of Evolution at the Letter of Self-Sensing
Origin (Sanskrit) स्वाधिष्ठान” Svaadhiʃθaanə: One’s Own Base, Support Of Life, Base
Svaadhiʃθaanə, the Sanskrit word for the self’s own subtle base of support, appears as the Yang to the Yin of the Self itself at the Throne of Source. These words are brought together in the Yung of Sutra at the Throne of Sadness. Without the sacred sutra, the self becomes unrooted.
Other words to appear at this station include Same, Sane, Sangha, Sail, and Sale. Several of these words are also a base of support: Sail is a support for a ship; Sangha is a support for a religious community; Saneness is a support for mental functioning, and so on.
Within the Throne of Evolution, Svaadhiʃθaanə is the Yang to the Yin of Circle or Symbol. These two stations are united in either Silence or a Siren (or Iblis, the Islamic devil).