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This material was obtained by Nan in a private session with Troy on December 3, 2015.
Nan: I seem to find this Entity (C2/E2) is comprised of multiple Essence Roles? Can you enumerate the Roles in Cadre 2, Entity 2, and the number of fragments of each of these roles?
Your Entity is comprised of 1029 fragments. It is one of the "perfect" entities that complies to the default structure of an entity.
There are Sages, Scholars, Priests, and Artisans comprising this entity.
There are no "wild cards."
There are 343 Sages, 343 Scholars, 196 Priests, and 147 Artisans. Currently 87 are Cycled off from your Entity, and 918 are incarnated.
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Please note there is conflicting info on the makeup of this Entity. A search for other content is suggested.
You may discuss this content in the forum topic of the same name: Cadre 2 Entity 2.
Courtesy of @AnnaD, channelled by @Troy.
Grant, 7th mature Server cast Warrior. My brother.
[Excerpt from a private session on 1/27/2020]
Could I get the count of each role in C2E1, which roles are on each "side", and if there are any wildcards?
This is the info we have so far: "Cadre 2, Entity 1 appears to have 1322 fragments, with 211 cycled off, and 811 incarnated at this time. This Entity is comprised of Kings, Artisans, and Sages."
We know that there are quite a few Warriors and Scholars that have been channeled for C2E1 as well, so it's not limited to the above roles.
Though the numbers set here may shift in future exchanges where clarity of channeling is improved and clarity of structure and understanding are improved, we can deliver this at the moment:
1323 Fragments with 441 fragments and positions on each "side," at 343 Kings/98 Scholars, 343 Sages/98 Artisans, 343 Warriors/98 Priests. No Wild Card.
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You may discuss this content in its original forum post. See C2E1 Role Count.
From a private session on 1/27/2020:
DianeHB: Could I get the count of each role in C2E1, which roles are on each "side", and if there are any wildcards?
DianeHB: This is the info we have so far: "Cadre 2, Entity 1 appears to have 1322 fragments, with 211 cycled off, and 811 incarnated at this time. This Entity is comprised of Kings, Artisans, and Sages."
DianeHB: We know that there are quite a few Warriors and Scholars that have been channeled for C2E1 as well, so it's not limited to the above roles.
MEntity: Though the numbers set here may shift in future exchanges where clarity of channeling is improved and clarity of structure and understanding are improved, we can deliver this at the moment:
MEntity: 1323 Fragments with 441 fragments and positions on each "side," at 343 Kings/98 Scholars, 343 Sages/98 Artisans, 343 Warriors/98 Priests. No Wild Cards.
[Excerpt from a private session on December 12, 2014.]
This is a question from Tex: "Whenever I put my attention on different people in our entity (C2/E1), it feels to me like the people in our entity have a lot of "weight." They seem to have this inherent ability to "get things done" with forcefulness. They also tend to hide this power behind a softness of the external personality in this life. It almost feels like they could swing a sword in battle (and probably have in past lives). My question is, is this just my perception because I'm in the entity, or is this a bit of a characteristic of those in this entity?
By the way, is Hilary Clinton actually in C2/E1? Tex suspects not because she doesn't have that "weightedness" to her.
It is a valid perception. It is a kind of quiet power, that if blocked can churn into a storm, with still waters that run deep. These phrases are valid in describing inherent and persistent qualities among members of that entity.
Hillary Clinton is, in fact, of this entity. IF the "weight" is not perceived, it is likely because of public portrayals, not from valid characteristics. Another way that this quiet power shows up, other than as weight, is in reservation or redirection. In other words, the more evolved this use of power, the more it is controlled in a way that chooses its battles, and simply washes over obstacles that would otherwise have been washed away.
DianeHB: Hmm, I thought I did that (choosing my battles) because of Flow, but I guess not all of it is.
Think of it this way: You do not choose your battles "because of flow," but that because you are learning to choose your battles, you use flow to support this. Flow does not cause you to do this. Flow becomes a tool for your actions, not a cause for them. The Goal describes how you funnel actions and what is generated from that, but the cause comes before that.
Think of another Goal, such as Acceptance. If you had Acceptance, you might use Acceptance as a means to navigate battles by accepting that not everything is actually a battle at all. If you had Discrimination, you might navigate by refining your choices and letting any unnecessary battles that do not serve you, but only distract you, to fall away. If you had Growth, you may take on every battle, but with an evolving capacity to only take the best from each. In truth, because you are in Flow, you can slide to any of these as a means of navigating battles, so every Goal's means of navigating battles might be familiar in some way. But, inherent in the nature of this entity is almost always a sense of navigating battles.
DianeHB: That's true, I recognize all of these.
DianeHB: Tex says that's the way our entity feels -- about navigating battles
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You may discuss this content within Diane's blog post. See Cadre 2 Entity 1: Quiet Power -- How Goals Work.