The Kalendar Symbol
Flour-covered children baking cookies in the kitchen.
It’s all about who’s where in the food chain. Big fish eat little fish. Wolves feed on elk, preventing a population explosion that could disrupt the ecosystem. Humans eat at the end of a long and opaque food chain that could be squeezed at any one of many vulnerable points. By analogy, many human relationships function according to a chain of roles defined by degrees of power. In the family, it is common for parents to have the most power followed by children ranked according to age. The youngest children often see their lives ruled by forces outside of their ability to command.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 354. 𝌭⚍ igɛ, əʃaɪ, kaɪ’ɛ, kɪ’aɪ, kf Ternary No. 111010
|Example||Kɪzmɛt: Fate, The Will Of God|
|Kalendar||White Horse 16 AM (Jun. 17 AM), 1457 CE – 1461 CE|
|Atlas||2.5° S Lat, 162.5° W Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zone of Agentic Types at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.4.4||The Yang Master at the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Cooking at the Letter of Constructing|
No. 355. 𝌭⚏ igə, əʃi, kaɪ’ə, kɪ’i, kθ Ternary No. 111011
|Kalendar||White Horse 16 PM (Jun. 17 PM), 1461 CE – 1465 CE|
|Atlas||2.25° S Lat, 162° W Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zone of Communal Types at the Collective Objective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.4.5||The Yin Master at the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Cooking at the Letter of Constructing|
Compare to Sabian Symbol for 25-26 degrees of Gemini: “Frost-Covered Trees Against Winter Skies”
Compare No. 354 to I Ching No. 36:
36. Ming I / Darkening of the light above K'UN THE RECEPTIVE, EARTH below LI THE CLINGING, FIRE Here the sun has sunk under the earth and is therefore darkened. The name of the hexagram means literally "wounding of the bright"; hence the individual lines contain frequent references to wounding. The situation is the exact opposite of that in the foregoing hexagram. In the latter a wise man at the head of affairs has able helpers, and in company with them makes progress; here a man of dark nature is in a position of authority and brings harm to the wise and able man.
Compare No. 355 to I Ching No. 15:
15. Ch'ien / Modesty above K'UN THE RECEPTIVE, EARTH below KEN KEEPING STILL, MOUNTAIN This hexagram is made up of the trigrams Kên, Keeping Still, mountain, and K'un. The mountain is the youngest son of the Creative, the representative of heaven and earth. It dispenses the blessings of heaven, the clouds and rain that gather round its summit, and thereafter shines forth radiant with heavenly light. This shows what modesty is and how it functions in great and strong men. K'un, the earth, stands above. Lowliness is a quality of the earth: this is the very reason why it appears in this hexagram as exalted, by being placed above the mountain. This shows how modesty functions in lowly, simple people: they are lifted up by it.