The following material was originally obtained in a POF and posted on April 15, 2012.
Note: I am in Cadre 2 Entity 6.
MEntity: Hello to each of you. We are here. We can respond to your questions now.
Hello Michael! Here are my questions for today:
#1. In advance of the Michael gathering at the end of this month, I would like to know my raw number if possible.
#2. I would like to know about the other members of my cadence. As much as time will allow, would you provide information on my Cadence (Row) mates as far as if they are incarnate or not, locations, probabilities of meeting this incarnation, and a task/theme for the cadence?
Until there is a consistent way of conveying the details of Positions and Sequential numbers, we must give you two different numbers: If we are seeing your information correctly, your "raw" number in sequence would appear to have you at 373, or the last fragment cast on the "first side" of the Entity. This would, however, be the equivalent of the 30th Position in terms of the current model, if you want to use that as reference.
This is because the current model only accounts for 343 Positions on a "side," but when there are 373 fragments on a "side," then the count repeats from the start, at least in terms of this current mapping. That would make the 373rd fragment resonant with a Position that is 30 beyond the 343, thus the 30th Position.
This also makes your Cadence a Sage Cadence.
It also makes your Cadence incomplete beyond the second Position in your Cadence, making your Cadence of Artisans with only two Artisans native to that Cadence, but the Positions that are "empty" to be managed by the following several Priests.
Or "Wild Cards."
If we are seeing this information clearly, the Server-Cast Artisan from your Cadence appears to be working with the rebuilding of Haiti at the moment through a beautification program of some sort that helps bring "spirit" back to the community, and goes beyond the priority return of basic shelter, food, and health.
The rest of your Cadence is "empty," if you will, of Artisans, but is managed by Priest Wild Cards who are at the start of the following Cadence, which is on the "second side," as currently described.
We realize this is rather convoluted, but it where we are with what we have to use when describing these concepts that are not fully understood, yet.
Janet: What does it mean that the wild cards "manage" the empty spots?
Through this channel, we describe the Wild Cards as those fragments who follow in sequence an "incomplete" Cadence, or count of 7, of a Role. If a count of Artisans ends at 4, then the 5th, 6th, and 7th Positions of that Cadence cannot actually be empty, so they are managed by the equivalent count at the start of the next grouping.
To "manage" those Positions beyond their own, they must learn to accommodate a wildly varying array of energies, and this is managed in different ways by different Roles.
Janet: so the next cadence is also "incomplete" but contains 3rd through 7th castings?
MEntity: No, there is never a Server Position missing, and since a count as a beginning, it is only Positions beyond 1 that can be "missing."
Janet: It is not totally clear but I will pursue at another time since my time is about up. Thank you!
There is a "reason" for this, which we can get into in another exchange, as the force of Server Energy is vital for the incarnational process and momentum, so these Positions cannot be spared.
Janet, think of it this way:
You have 7 seats on a bus for 7 Artisans, but only 2 Artisans show up. 5 of those seats are now empty. That is the last of the Artisans getting on the bus. In the next row is another set of 7 Seats that are reserved for Priests. All 7 of those Priests show up and take their respective seats.
Janet: The Artisans were probably busy with a project and forgot to notice it was time to get on the bus.
Those empty seats create an imbalance in the Entity, or in the bus. They begin to act as a kind of vacuum for any seats following those seats in count. Or as a distraction, in some ways.
So the first 5 Priests are affected by that distraction, or that vacuum, and they will get up out of their seat and move to the other empty seats, freely.
This affects their dynamic within the Entity and in their incarnations, which is what we have referred to as "wild cards," since they are difficult to define, describe, or pin down as one thing or another.
We can explore this further another time, then, but that is a start.
(I'm having a very hard time dispelling the image of that bus with the priests climbing back and forth between the empty seats!)