The Kalendar Symbol
A statue of Lord Shiva sitting in a lotus position with his trident.
Shiva, the Skull-Bearer, cut off the fifth head of Brahma. Now a massive statue in his honor decorates the entrance to the Fifth Throne of the Fourth Month of The Kalendar. He is shown as a destroyer, a cosmic dancer, a nude ascetic, a beggar, and a yogi. Trident in hand and dog at his side, Shiva is often seen as an androgynous figure, half-male and half-female. He is a setter of limitations in the realms of consciousness and morality.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 278. 𝌤𝌅 ifaa, ɛʒu, ʃaɪ’aa, ʃʊ’u, ʃz Ternary No. 101022
|Example||Ʃʊr: Sure: Confident; Having No Doubt|
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 19 AM (May 10 AM), 1144 CE – 1148 CE|
|Atlas||21° S Lat, 160.5° E Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Unitive Types at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.4.9||The Majestic at the Seat of Goodness at the Throne of Shining at the Letter of Shunting|
No. 279. 𝌥⚌ iθeɪ, ɛgaɪ, ʃi’eɪ, ʃɛ’aɪ, ʃs Ternary No. 101100
|Example||Ʃivə: Auspicious One, The Destroyer, The Masculine Principle, Consciousness (Sanskrit) सिव|
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 19 PM (May 10 PM), 1148 CE – 1152 CE|
|Atlas||20.75° S Lat, 161° E Long|
|AQAL||The Outside Zone of Agentic Types at the Collective Subjective Quadrant of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.5.1||The Yang Master at the Seat of Structure at the Throne of Sharing at the Letter of Shunting|