𝍏⚍ Silver Stars 7 AM (November 17 AM) – “Riʃi” (Jai’ai)
The Inside Zone of Yang at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Relationship at the Letter of Realization
Origin (Sanskrit) ऋषि: Seer, Sage, One Who “Sees” The Mantra
The Reformer has a second home in the Letter of Realization, this station, depending on how the first vowel is pronounced. One who Re-Forms the Real is a Yin Master at the Seat of Structure. One who is Rough – not gentle — in their manner for changing the status quo fits in this station. Such a Reformer is concerned with what happened Recently. When their manner is not gentle, it is likely to Rub some people the wrong way, creating friction and heat. They may compensate by acting Regally. They may cause a Rupture in the ways and affairs of the world. They may perform a comprehensive Review of the items that need to be Repaired. They are like the Rudder of a society, a flat piece of wood attached to a boat for steering. Their goal is to create Ruts in consciousness and behavior where there were none before: long, deep tracks made by the repeated passage of Wheels.
There is a special title given in Hinduism for a certain kind of Reformer who fits very well at this station: Rishi. A Rishi is a great sage who received Revelations of the nature of the Real from diligent contemplation and subsequently was endowed with the power to “see” the mantras. Thus, they are inspired to create hymns from the Vedas such as the Rigveda. Their verses are not poetry in the secular sense of the term, but lyrics intended to make manifest the underlying nature of the Real through spiritual knowledge. They are uniquely endowed with the capacity to translate the intricate system of sound-symbolism in Sanskrit into insights regarding the nature of human and divine affairs.
A master of Lingua-U and Jai’ai may also be called a Riʃi, not for their knowledge of Sanskrit, but for their ability to use subtle energy marks and words in many languages to illustrate the underlying principles of Reality. Their central concern is with Re-Sourcing the subtle energy foundations of the world’s Sacred Word traditions and all systems of communications through comparative analysis, pattern matching, using the embodied techniques of the Unitive Metalanguage.
In the Third Column, Rishi is the Yung which combines the Yang of the Dove (𝌙⚍), a symbol of the Holy Spirit, or the Double (a symbol of the dualism in the Second Wave of Existence) with the Yin of the Oath or Oath-Breaker (𝌴⚍). In a sense, the Rishi’s task is to interpret the Holy Spirit anew, doing work no less important than recasting the Human / Divine covenant for a new age. Remember that we have just seen how, at the Throne of Relationship, the Rishi (𝍏⚍) is the Yin to the Yang of Revelation (𝍏⚌), their signatures identical to six marks except for the Mark of Seat.
In the Third Tier, Rishi is (rather appropriately) the Yung which brings together the Yang of the Matrikas (𝌽⚍) (Little Mothers, Sanskrit Letters) and the Yin of Wəbaataan (𝍆⚍), the Adyghe word for Breaking and Destroying. (These words are identical to six marks except for the Mark of Element.) In other words, the Rishi restores the footing of the Source Code of the world’s languages through Reshaping words to harmonize and synchronize them with the knowledge inherent in the universal sounds of the Kosmos.
𝍏⚏ Silver Stars 7 PM (November 17 PM) – “Rəjəs” (Jai’ai)
The Inside Zone of Yin at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 9th-Person Perspective
The Yin Master at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Relationship at the Letter of Realization
Origin (Sanskrit) रजस्: Vibrancy, Passion, Action (one of the three Gunas)
In the afternoon on Silver Star 7, the Rishi becomes an Author. At the Throne of Righting, the Writer appeared and created new stories. At the Throne of Relationship, the Writer is currently published and forging new connections with Readers (who are the Yang in the Seat of Structure to this station, the Yin in the Seat of Concern).
The Rishi or Reformer is now engaged directly with Rəjəs (spelled Rajas in English), the subtle energy of activity, passion, vibrancy, motion, and dynamism. Rəjəs is neither good nor bad, as such, but may manifest in ways directed by the consciousness of the person manipulating the energy, whether it is egocentric passion, ethnocentric dynamism, or worldcentric motion. In terms of the words appearing currently, we could say that Rəjəs is an energy for Regressing, Regrowing, Rekindling, Reconstructing, and Recreating.
In the Third Column, the Rəjəs is the Yung which begins with the Yang energy of Dust, a fine particle. Dust is combined with the energy of the energy of Oath or Oath-Keeping. Somewhat surprisingly, Dust and Oath-Keeping link to form Rəjəs… but they are not the only influences…
In the First Transversal (diagonal), the Rəjəs is the Yung which combines the Yang of Buck, a source of opposition and resistance, and the Yin of the Authority. Thus, Rəjəs harmonizes the energy from Bucking and Authority itself into something new that brings together all these influences, and more…
In the Third Tier, the Rəjəs brings together the Yang word-station for Muscle and Magician with the Yin word-station for Weakness. In the grandest sense, the Guna of Rəjəs is a subtle energy, operative in Muscles and in various forms of Authority, for doing the work of bringing the world together through courage and determination.
There’s one more important word located at this station: Realization, which gives its name for the Letter R itself. Defined as becoming fully aware of something as a fact, a Realization occurs partly in the subtle Realm, an alignment of energies with all that is known from many sources. Reality itself is stepping ever closer into our perception.
Photo Credit: Raja Ravi Varma (1848–1906). Public Domain.