The Kalendar Symbol
An old Indigenous woman selling the artifacts of her tribe to a passerby in the marketplace.
After a shouting match with the Gatekeeper, the Gate to the next station of consciousness is opened. One enters to find it empty. Departing to where one came from, the world looks different somehow. Even the most precious artifacts of one’s identity no longer adhere to the soul. Following a shocking downpour of rain, one is neither wet nor dry. Shopping in the marketplace, a passerby purchases the tribal artifacts of a Bolivian Indigenous woman. The edge.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 294. 𝌦𝌁 iðæ, ɛjaɪ, ʃu’æ, ʃaa’aɪ, ʃr Ternary No. 101220
|Example||Ʃunyətaa: Nonexistence, Nonreality, Nothingness (Sanskrit) शून्यता|
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 27 AM (May 18 AM), 1210 CE – 1214 CE|
|Atlas||17° S Lat, 168.5° E Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Agentic Types at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.6.7||The Yang Master at the Seat of Consciousness at the Throne of Education at the Letter of Shunting|
No. 295. 𝌦𝌄 iðau, ɛji, ʃu’au, ʃaa’i, ʃl Ternary No. 101221
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 27 PM (May 18 PM), 1214 CE – 1218 CE|
|Atlas||16.75° S Lat, 169° E Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Communal Types at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.6.8||The Yin Master at the Seat of Consciousness at the Throne of Education at the Letter of Shunting|