The Kalendar Symbol

He prospers through the use of cunning and guile. Virtue goes to the margins.

Commentary

The government official entered public service with idealistic visions and a desire to make a difference. Suffering a defeat, he hired a political strategist to conduct polls and craft winning messages. He compromised his unattainable ideas for smaller, more gradual legislative proposals. He ran “negative” advertisements and campaigned in somewhat misleading slogans and soundbites, and he saw his poll numbers rise. He justified himself by observing that his opponents were just as ruthless and morally tainted. It’s “just politics”, he said to himself, his eyes slightly averted from his own reflection, without fully convincing himself that he had spoken well.

The Lingua-U Correspondences

No. 332. 𝌪𝌅 isaa, əvu, gaɪ’aa, gʊ’u, gz                                                                 Ternary No. 110022

Platform: Object:
Example Gaɪl: Guile
Kalendar White Horse 5 AM (Jun. 6 AM), 1366 CE – 1370 CE
Klock 10:56 AM
Atlas 8° S Lat, 173.5° W Long
AQAL The Unified Zones of Unitive Types at the Individual Objective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.
§5.1.9 The Majestic at the Seat of Goodness at the Throne of Appreciation at the Letter of Integration

 

No. 333. 𝌫⚌ iʃeɪ, əfaɪ, gi’eɪ, gɛ’aɪ, gs                                                                     Ternary No. 110100

Platform: Object:
Example Gɛtiŋ: Getting
Kalendar White Horse 5 PM (Jun. 6 PM), 1370 CE – 1374 CE
Klock 10:58 AM
Atlas 7.75° S Lat, 173° W Long
AQAL The Outside Zone of Agentic Types at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.
§5.2.1 The Yang Master at the Seat of Structure at the Throne of Governing at the Letter of Integration

 

Additional Notes

No. 333. 𝌫⚌ compares to

54. Kuei Mei / The Marrying Maiden

		above  CHêN  THE AROUSING, THUNDER
		below  TUI  THE JOYOUS, LAKE

Above we have Chên, the eldest son, and below, Tui, the youngest daughter. 
The man leads and the girl follows him in gladness. The picture is that of the 
entrance of the girl into her husband's house. In all, there are four 
hexagrams depicting the relationship between husband and wife. Hsien, 
INFLUENCE, (31), describes the attraction that a young couple have for each 
other; Hêng, DURATION (32), portrays the permanent relationships of 
marriage; Chien, DEVELOPMENT (53), reflects the protracted, ceremonious 
procedures attending THE MARRYING MAIDEN, shows a young girl under 
the guidance of an older man who marries her.

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