Violet Heart 37 AM (November 6 AM)
The Unified Zones of Yung at the Integrated Subjective Quadrants of the 8th-Person Perspective
The Yung Master at the Seat of Motion at The Throne of When/Where at the Letter of Whirling
wheel: (1) a circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground; (2) a car; (3) push or pull; (4) an ophanim, one of a class of angels described by the prophet Ezekiel.
At the station of Violet Heart 37 in the morning, the Archetype of the Wheeler Dealer comes into its name, arriving at a point of self-consciousness of its own identity.
At last, at 𝍌𝌅 an image of the Throne of When/Where appears that brings together the disparate words of the station: Wheel, the Yung Master at the Seat of Motion. Whirl describes the motion of the Letter of Whirling, but until now we have not seen the source of the Whirling: a circular object which serves as a chariot or vehicle. The prophet Ezekiel described the Wheel (or Ophanim) as a type of angel which is the Chariot of the Lord, a wheel within a wheel, both wheels covered with eyes.
It is not necessary to take the angelic description from Biblical literature literally, but Ezekiel’s vision does resonate with this station of The Kalendar. The two rings could be a reference to the two rings of the number 8 — a symbol of Infinity, with which it shares a similar symbol (∞) – appearing now at the 8th-person-perspective, the Element of timeless concepts such as The Way (Dao), The Witness, and The Whole. If the Wheel (or pair of Wheels) appearing at this station of The Kalendar is a depiction of the 8, and the centerpoint of the Hero’s Journey brought us to the Wheel’s Hub, then the Wheeler Dealer is now at a point so removed that it has become self-aware of its Wheeling nature.
The Wheel shares the same subtle energy station with Whorl, a word meaning a pattern of spirals (such as strands of DNA) or concentric circles. Thus, we should not interpret the station exclusively with the help of the image of a Circle. A fingerprint-like Whorl or set of Spirals may also represent the shape of this experience of consciousness.
The image of the Wheel suggests a Chariot or Vehicle. However, the word Wharf (a level quayside area to which a ship may be moored) also fits this station. Taken together, the words at this station suggest more than a mere single vehicle, but perhaps a docking station on a sea or ocean.
Wheel or Whorl or Wharf is the Yung which brings together the Yin of Wierdness or Wielding or War or Warp at the Throne of the World with the Yang of Whole or Hero or Home at the Throne of Health. Though the potential range of interpretations is large and we must not foreclose the appropriateness of many different views, overall this station seems to respond to the questions: Where is Home? And When is the War? The Wheel is thus an indicator of a place or direction, like the rose of a compass, as well as a time, like the face of a clock.
Wheel is also the Yin which complements the Yang of Ŋon’ŋə’y (meaning Holistic Language, from the Vietnamese) at the Throne of Nghia (Meaning/Right Conduct) with the Yung of Year or Yoni (Source, Womb). Of course, DNA is a sort of language which is programmed with evolutionary codes of conduct; if the Whorl is a collection of DNA, then the sum of this collection could be seen as a sort of Yoni (Kosmic Womb).
In the Deal-making process of the Wheeler Dealer, the Deal is now done. But it may not last.
The afternoon of Violet Heart 37 is devoid of any meaningful words known to the languages of humankind. It is the first step along the Throne of Whu (𝍍), meaning Place in Wauja, pronounced /ʍu/. In Jai’ai, Whu is not necessarily a physical place, but a sense of Oneness combined with Hereness which coalesces into a Place. Thus, it metaphorically may refer to the self-sense of angels or deities or other evolved celestial beings, a form of identity that appears alien and confusing and incoherent to humankind, like the landscape of a section of infinity.
Therefore, the language of Jai’ai offers the word ʍuv (which may also be spelled Whoove). Rhyming with Behoove and Hooves which refer to duties and the ways that four-legged discharge their responsibilities, the word Whoove refers to the responsibility of Wheels to act in accordance with the Waning and Happiness of Humanity (responding to the Yang of Waning and the Yin of Having at the Element of Vowel). Whooving is the Yin to the Yang of Arrogance at the Element of Galaxy, and the combination of Arrogance and Whooving is a form of Yapping or Art at the Element of the Silver Stars. Thus, in a manner of speaking, Whooving is the sort of all-seeing humility which tames the arrogance of great artists and makes their visions useful and unique.
Photo Credit: cinemamind at https://cinemamind.deviantart.com/art/Ophanim-165452501