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This material was originally posted on December 29, 2012, as a private session transcript. Janet: I just received an Essence Report from Troy for my daughter Emma. In the report you indicate that she is first cast in cadre 2, entity 6. I have been told by another channel that this is also my entity, and recently we've been exploring how my position as last-cast on the first side of my entity is affected by interaction with wild cards from the first cadence on the second side. I’m not sure how likely it is that the first and last cast on one side of entity 6 are both Artisans. Can you confirm that I am indeed in the same entity as my daughter? I’m rather sentimentally hoping this is true but I think it’s important to be set straight if it’s not the case. MEntity: Though we know this information may evolve and change over time because the understanding will grow and change, based on the current understanding of the entity models, this particular Entity has 373 fragments with 378 Positions and the first "side" is entire Artisan. The "second side" is Priests. The "third" is a mix of Scholars and Warriors. There are 12 Wild Cards. Those who are the first of the Entity would slide into the Positions at the "end" of the Entity (on the so-called "third, or Energy/Beauty side). Janet: Oh my. That is fascinating. Thank you. Is the second side also incomplete and involving wild cards from the third side? MEntity: Each "side" has 4 Positions to fill. Note from Janet: Other sessions have identified more than 12 wild card positions in this entity, including some empty positions that are not at the end of a side. Janet: So all the wild cards are to fill positions at the ends of the sides. Is this true of all wild cards or do some fill positions in the midst of a side? MEntity: Positions are filled relative to those who follow in the count behind them. Think of the Positions as abhorring a vacuum, pulling in those who start the next count. The "empty" Positions can often be peppered throughout an Entity. Janet: I have that. For 6th entity, wild cards fill empty positions at end of the side. Is this true of all entities where wild cards exist? MEntity: No, this is specific to this particular Entity and its arrangement of fragments and Positions. Janet: Thank you. Is there anything else you would like to say about this entity that would be useful to those of us who belong to it? MEntity: We have nothing urgent to add, but we can say that one consideration for the life of those who come from this entity is that they will always be eclectic meeting grounds for a number of people from surprisingly disparate paths. It would be helpful to consider that there is no way to really make the life of one from this entity homogenous. The fragments from this entity are magnets for pivoting and facilitating others. They are often the "revolving doors" of the Cadre. Many are in positions to be touchstones against which others judge themselves, or are judged against by the entity member. We do not intend for our words to sound ominous, but to help alleviate taking it personally when a fragment might come and go from the life in a way that is confusing or painful. Sometimes members from this entity will be an unwitting resource or respite or directional beacon, and then a person needing that simply moves on. Janet: I think I have experienced that. MEntity: We think you have, as well, but your current life tends toward the touchstone aspect so that there tends to always be a dance of self-measurement, self-monitoring, and watching and assessment of others, that helps to define and redefine standards that are useful, not harmful. Fragments from this entity tend to be Resource Beacons, Pivotal (redirections) Beacons, or Touchstone Beacons, but almost always attracting those who are trying to "get somewhere." This tends to draw members from the entity together in small pockets so that there is a kind of comfort and stability of familiarity. Whereas other entity members may incarnate in a way that they might seek to find one another at some point, entity 6 members tend to aim for blood lines that automatically keep them close, because entity 6 members tend to be more stationary. They are scattered about, but in pockets. Janet: So it would not be uncommon to find multiple entity members within a family? MEntity: We would not say that it is uncommon, but as the soul grows older, the necessity for bloodlines tends to fall away, because the older soul tends to "remember" Essence fairly early in the life, and thus finds their Agreements and friends on their own. However, when the theme of an entity is more stationary, and acting as posts for other moving fragments, it can be helpful to lock into bloodlines that help keep at least a few familiar faces nearby, so to speak.