The Kalendar Symbol

Blown inward by the wind, the curtains of an open window seem to fly by themselves; they take the shape of a goat’s horn.

Commentary

What is permitted? What is forbidden? As the zen of ordinary life emerges more fully, it is blown inward like the canopy of existence encountering resistance from the transcendent Zero. The confrontation is not a battle with an external object; it is a deepening of the personal nature into the juicy and moist fruit-meat of our lives. Mortality presents itself as a raisin to a grape, raising us to greatness or a more succulent grief than we have ever known.

The Lingua-U Correspondences

No. 228. 𝌟⚍ aɪlɛ, ʊhaɪ, zi’ɛ, zə’aɪ, zg                                                                     Ternary No. 022110

Platform: Object:
Example Zəbibu: Grape, Raisin (Swahili) Zabibu
Kalendar Brown Sword 34 AM (Apr. 15 AM), 938 CE – 942 CE
Klock 7:36 AM
Atlas 33.5° S Lat, 135.5° E Long
AQAL The Inside Zones of Agentic Types at the Integrated Subjective Quadrants of the 3rd-P.P.
§3.8.4 The Yang Master at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Zen at the Letter of Zeitgeist

 

No. 229. 𝌟⚏ aɪlə, ʊhi, zi’ə, zə’i, zk                                                                        Ternary No. 022111

Platform: Object:
Example Ziə: To Abstain From, Observe A Taboo, Forbid (Swahili) Zia
Kalendar Brown Sword 34 PM (Apr. 15 PM), 942 CE – 946 CE
Klock 7:38 AM
Atlas 33.25° S Lat, 136° E Long
AQAL The Inside Zones of Communal Types at the Integrated Subjective Quadrants of the 3rd-P.P.
§3.8.5 The Yin Master at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Zen at the Letter of Zeitgeist

 

Additional Notes

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