The Kalendar Symbol
A Kazakh Eagle Hunter bundled in fur follows his eagle to the location of a red fox.
Long have the Mongolian monadic people preserved their tradition of hunting with Golden Eagles. Hunters who could tame and train such a magnificent bird of prey were rewarded with a valuable assistance in finding elusive prey of their own. The falconers were especially fond of using the eagles to spot foxes in the winter when the color of their coats would blend into the color of snow. Thus were the tribesmen able to eek sustenance from the land, surviving in harmony with nature with the aid of an eagle’s vision. They gained a catholic perspective on the environment and valuable resources as well.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 368. 𝌮𝌅 ikaa, əqu, ki’aa, ko’u, kj Ternary No. 111122
|Kalendar||White Horse 23 AM (Jun. 24 AM), 1514 CE – 1519 CE|
|Atlas||1° N Lat, 155.5° W Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Unitive Types at the Collective Subjective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.5.9||The Majestic at the Seat of Motion at the Throne of Communion at the Letter of Constructing|
No. 369. 𝌯⚌ iqeɪ, əxaɪ, ku’eɪ, kæ’aɪ, km Ternary No. 111200
|Kalendar||White Horse 23 PM (Jun. 24 PM), 1519 CE – 1523 CE|
|Atlas||1.25° N Lat, 155° W Long|
|AQAL||The Outside Zones of Agentic Types at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.6.1||The Yang Master at the Seat of Actualization at the Throne of Adjusting at the Letter of Constructing|
Compare to Sabian Symbol for 2-3 degrees of Cancer: “A Man Bundled In Fur Leads A Shaggy Deer.”