The Inside Zone of Yung at the Integrated Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Outwardness at The Throne of Whu at the Letter of Whirling – “ʍauraurə (Jai’ai)”
Origin (Maori) Whāuraura: bluster
After the Wheeler Dealer’s payday, there is cause for celebration. But there is also the possibility for ʍauraurə, meaning bluster, i.e., talk in a loud, aggressive, or swaggering way. Bluster may also refer to empty promises or false boasts.
Bluster can also refer to noisy places and violence, such as the atmosphere at a saloon on a crowded evening. An environment characterized by strong wings is Blustery. In this context, at the Throne of Whu, these last senses definitely need to be considered, and possibly the other senses, too.
Of course, ʍauraurə is a well-recognized trait of the Archetype of the Wheeler Dealer, and as such it has a role in serving the personality’s tendency to exaggerate, self-promote, and scheme. ʍauraurə may seem unfortunate to other Archetypes, but here it is just part of life, the Yung response to the Yang of Whim and the Yin of Whirling. Without a strong wind, there is no Whirlwind. Without a swaggering Will, there are no Whims.
The station corresponds to the Uzorən, meaning Model, at the Element of Galaxy, responding to it as the Yin to its Yang. The Meta-Mind delivered impressive Models into the consciousness, but it could not forsee the need for radical breakthroughs which smash those Uzorən. The Bluster of the Wheeler Dealer, the ability to thrive in a Whirlwind, requires a strong stance.
The Audi-Mind, which began as a silent Witness and a receptive Hearer, is now surrounded by, and emits, loud noise.
𝍍𝌁 Violet Heart 40 PM (November 9 PM)
The Unified Zones of Yang at the Integrated Coalescing Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yang Master at the Seat of Consciousness at The Throne of Whu at the Letter of Whirling – ʍaap (Jai’ai)
Origin (English) whaup: Curlew (Scotland), a migratory wading bird remarkable for their long, slender, downcurved bills.
The name of the curlew, popularly called a Whaup in Scotland, may have been etymologically influenced by the desire emphasize the resemblance between the Whaup’s beak and the “new moon”. Its name may also be a reference to “messenger” or “runner”. Like a similar species, the Whimbrel, it is a wide-ranging shorebird that can be found almost anywhere in the world. The most common appearance of the European curlew is greyish brown, with a white back, and greyish-blue legs.
The Whaup is the Yung to the Ujbeɪnik, or Textbook, at Violet Heart 37 PM, and the Owlish One at Violet Heart 39 AM, combining the knowledge of an instruction manual with the capacities of the Owl. There is a bird at this station, which is not unexpected, but unlike the Owl it is a water bird who feeds on the shorelines. As a symbol for the Wheeler Dealer, the Whaup may represent the willingness to return to the Whirling waters from which it came… but as a beast of the air which has transcended it, returning to feed at its shores with a long, downcurved bill.
The word Whopper, which means extremely large, also appears at this station. This word connotes the grandeur of the Whu as we take one last look at the Place which surrounds us. But Whopper may also refer to a gross lie. Following the ʍauraurə (Bluster) of the Wheeler Dealer, one is invited to reflect upon the potential uses and values of deception, even on a Whopper of a scale.
The Whaup is a migratory species. Considering that it is Yin to the Yang of Engrossing at the Element of Galaxy, the connotation seems to be that whereas the 𝍄𝌁 pattern of Engrossing absorbs and occupies, the 𝍍𝌁 pattern of Whaup repels and migrates.
Within the Month of the Violet Heart, Whaup is the Yung which brings together the Yang of Water (𝍇𝌁) or Waterbird with the Yin of Hopping (𝍊𝌁). As a bird that hops upon the water, it certainly is a fitting description of the power of the Element of Vowel to bring new life out of the primordial swamp.
Photo Credit: Ronnierob