The Kalendar Symbol
Newly opened territories offer the pioneer new opportunities for experience.
Crossing an abyss. What does the world look like from above? Observing all that arises from a relatively objective perch. Now one sees that which had previously been hidden, concealed. Now one’s spirits are merry and gay, looking upon yin and yang from a form that is outwardly agentic but inwardly communal. Now one gauges the success or failures of all territories within sight of one’s gaze. Initially, the view may give rise to the perception of abominations and the desire to obliterate. Eventually these feelings may pass, but from here one cannot yet see through a Gate that must be passed.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 324. 𝌪⚌ iseɪ, əbaɪ, gaɪ’eɪ, geɪ’aɪ, gb Ternary No. 110000
|Example||Gaɪb: Hidden, Concealed (Arabic) المطلق|
|Kalendar||White Horse 1 AM (Jun. 2 AM), 1333 CE – 1337 CE|
|Atlas||10° S Lat, 177.5° W Long|
|AQAL||The Outside Zone of Agentic Types at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.1.1||The Yang Master at the Seat of Basis at the Throne of Appreciating at the Letter of Integration|
No. 325. 𝌪⚎ isɪ, əbi, gaɪ’ɪ, geɪ’i, gp Ternary No. 110001
|Kalendar||White Horse 1 PM (Jun. 2 PM), 1337 CE – 1342 CE|
|Atlas||9.75° S Lat, 177° W Long|
|AQAL||The Outside Zone of Communal Types at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.1.2||The Yin Master at the Seat of Basis at the Throne of Appreciating at the Letter of Integration|