The Kalendar Symbol
At a crossing of cattle and wagon trains on the Great Plains, a massive herd of cattle are scattered as cowboys strive mightily to bring them back into the fold.
The cowboy or vaquero tends to herds of cattle on the Western ranges of North America. In the morning, he mounts a horse to handle large herds on drives or roundups which sort the cows for changes in ownership. He frequently works in groups to handle herds of about 3,000 animals during the day while safeguarding them from thieves at night. In the afternoon, thunder strikes. Many animals bolt leading to many lost cows. The cowboys will have a long day ahead of them.
The culture of cowboys in the American West blended English and Spanish traditions including elements of chivalry. Consequently, popular culture has seen the celebration of the “cowboy code” to promote the development of an ethical, moral, and patriotic lifestyle in a rough and rugged occupation.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 372. 𝌯⚍ iqɛ, əčaɪ, ku’ɛ, kau’aɪ, kw Ternary No. 111210
|Example||Kauboy: Cowboy, Cattle Herder|
|Kalendar||White Horse 25 AM (Jun. 26 AM), 1531 CE – 1535 CE|
|Atlas||2° N Lat, 153.5° W Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zones of Agentic Types at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.6.4||The Yang Master at the Seat of Outwardness at the Throne of Adjusting at the Letter of Constructing|
No. 373. 𝌯⚏ iqə, əči, ku’ə, kau’i, kh Ternary No. 111211
|Kalendar||White Horse 25 PM (Jun. 26 PM), 1535 CE – 1539 CE|
|Atlas||2.25° N Lat, 153° W Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zones of Communal Types at the Collective Coalescing Quadrants of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.6.5||The Yin Master at the Seat of Outwardness at the Throne of Adjusting at the Letter of Constructing|
Compare to the Sabian Symbol for 4-5 degrees of Cancer:
At A Railroad Crossing, An Automobile Is Wrecked By A Train.
Compare to the Verses §5.6.4 and §5.6.5 in The Great Mystery:
A masculine man fills out his trousers.
A woman bats her long and curly eyelashes at him.
Yin stimulates yang to a transformation.
A throng of the meek and humble now ride high,
but they lack the maturity and instinct to properly steer the herd.
Rough times approach.