The Kalendar Symbol

A spirit in search of immortality bends over a pot trying to sip ambrosia.

Commentary

A treasure surfacing from the rumble of the ocean in a pot born by an immortal physician, Amrita is the nectar of the gods. Known also as ambrosia, Amrita represents the dimension of the mind which is ever full of life, ever without death. In traditional Tibetan medicine, The Heart of Amrita is the source of conflict between an immortality-seeking demon, Rahu, and the deity Vajrapani. Though Rahu is struck by the god’s thunderbolt, he cannot die. His blood drips onto the Earth and fertilizes plants with medicinal properties. Eventually, some say, Rahu is reassembled and becomes a benevolent protector of Dharma.

The Lingua-U Correspondences

No. 380. 𝌰𝌂 ixʊ, əmu, qaɪ’ʊ, qeɪ’u, qv                                                                 Ternary No. 112002

Platform: Object:
Example Əmrtə: The Immortal One, The One Who Does Not Die (Sanskrit) अमृत
Kalendar White Horse 29 AM (Jun. 30 AM), 1564 CE – 1568 CE
Klock 12:32 PM
Atlas 4° N Lat, 149.5° W Long
AQAL The Outside Zones of Unitive Types at the Integrated Objective Quadrants of the 5th-P.P.
§5.7.3 The Majestic at the Seat of Basis at the Throne of Umpiring at the Letter of Qualifying

 

No. 381. 𝌰⚍ ixɛ, ənaɪ, qaɪ’ɛ, qɪ’aɪ, qf                                                                    Ternary No. 112010

Platform: Object:
Example Ənɪmən: Shrinking, Minuteness (Sanskrit) अणिमन्
Kalendar White Horse 29 PM (Jun. 30 PM), 1568 CE – 1572 CE
Klock 12:34 PM
Atlas 4.25° N Lat, 149° W Long
AQAL The Inside Zones of Agentic Types at the Integrated Objective Quadrants of the 5th-P.P.
§5.7.4 The Yang Master at the Seat of Interiority at the Throne of Umpiring at the Letter of Qualifying

 

Additional Notes

Compare to the Sabian Symbol for 8-9 degrees of Cancer: “A Small Naked Girl Bends Over A Pond Trying To Catch A Fish.”

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