The Kalendar Symbol
Granting him glory, the heavens open all borders to the one who rules with modesty.
Ganeisha is revered as the god of beginnings and the one who removes obstacles. Full of intelligence and wisdom, the elephant-headed deity is also known as the Lord of Categories, ruler of the Elements, the one who opens the intellect to all that is known and knowable. In some traditions, he is known as the son of Parvati and Shiva. In others, he is even known as the supreme deity. According to well-known myths, Ganeisha was born with a human head but suffered decapitation from Shiva owing to rivalry over Parvati’s affections; Shiva then gave him the head of an elephant. One holy Hindu text says that all the universes — past, present, and future — are contained within him.
The Lingua-U Correspondences
No. 338. 𝌫𝌃 iʃo, əθu, gi’o, gə’u, gq Ternary No. 110112
|Example||Gəneɪʃə: The Lord Of Categories, All That Can Be Classified Or Comprehended (Sanskrit) गणेश|
|Kalendar||White Horse 8 AM (Jun. 9 AM), 1391 CE – 1395 CE|
|Atlas||6.5° S Lat, 170.5° W Long|
|AQAL||The Inside Zone of Unitive Types at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.2.6||The Majestic at the Seat of Concern at the Throne of Governing at the Letter of Integration|
No. 339. 𝌫𝌁 iʃæ, əðaɪ, gi’æ, go’aɪ, gx Ternary No. 110120
|Kalendar||White Horse 8 PM (Jun. 9 PM), 1395 CE – 1399 CE|
|Atlas||6.25° S Lat, 170° W Long|
|AQAL||The Unified Zones of Agentic Types at the Individual Subjective Quadrant of the 5th-P.P.|
|§5.2.7||The Yang Master at the Seat of Motion at the Throne of Governing at the Letter of Integration|