The Kalendar Symbol
Generous to those who deserve it, the noble person grasps the Big Dipper.
Ursa Major, the Great Bear, provides bearings to the True North. So too does generosity of spirit in proper measure align one with the nature of Light. The noble one gives to those who can use the gift and avoids squandering the treasure of the spirit on those who are not prepared to use it well and wisely. The Dipper is the yang to the yin of Dispersing and the yung of Direction: its hollowness is the shunyataa; its ladel-shape is the emptiness of spirit. What pours out of it is enactive, ennobling, enriching, and enlightening. After it is poured out: it is appropriate then to unwind.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 302. 𝌧𝌃 ido, ɛnu, ʒaɪ’o, ʒɪ’u, ʒð Ternary No. 102012
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 31 AM (May 22 AM), 1243 CE – 1247 CE|
|Atlas||15° S Lat, 172.5° E Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zones of Unitive Types at the Integrated Objective Quadrants of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.7.6||The Majestic at the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Empathy at the Letter of Enfolding|
No. 303. 𝌧𝌁 idæ, ɛŋaɪ, ʒaɪ’æ, ʒʊ’aɪ, ʒd Ternary No. 102020
|Example||Ʒdʊrvyəl: To Develop, To Unwind, To Untangle (Albanian) Zhdërvjell|
|Kalendar||Golden Egg 31 PM (May 22 PM), 1247 CE – 1251 CE|
|Atlas||14.75° S Lat, 173° E Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Agentic Types at the Integrated Objective Quadrants of the 4th-P.P.|
|§4.7.7||The Yang Master at the Seat of Goodness at the Throne of Empathy at the Letter of Enfolding|