The Spectracon

Polyhymnia - Red

Red is the color of blood. It is the color of passion and rage. It is also the color of marriage and good fortune in many Eastern cultures. Red’s good fortune and yellow’s royal grandeur are interconnected. Red rage and yellow fear are also linked together both psychologically and scientifically in both a mental and spectral sense, since yellow and red are neighbors in the colour spectrum.

Polyhymnia is the muse that governs the realms of the crimson satyr. She is generally depicted as being veiled and is known as the muse of hymns and silent meditation. One of the obvious reasons for her specialty in the sacred and the pensive is due to the irrational rage of red rashness for which the satanic satyr of crimson anger is infamous. These most dangerous of spectral currents require the most drastic of methods in order to keep them amused and delighted, and thus, in a state of being more easily controlled and managed.

Polyhymnia does not use speech or verbal expression when she employs her muse-arts within these spectral currents that are her primary sphere of influence, but instead uses silence and inward reflection as her main tools of energy anger management. These currents are vitally important to biological and cosmic existence because they directly inject energy into the kundalini core of sexual expression. Polyhymnia must retain this primal balance so life is maintained but does not overflow into the destructive currents of chaos.

When Polyhymnia does express herself with her most divine song, it is in the form of sacred hymns that promote the holiness and sanctity of proper order and divine balance within the cosmic realms of existence. The etymology of Polyhymnia’s name can be traced to the two Greek words poly and hymnos. Poly means “many,” and hymnos is formed from a triliteral stem that consists of the letters Upsilon, Mu, and Nu. This triliteral stem is used to form words that mean both “hymn” and “you.” Therefore, one could interpret her name as being “many hymns,” which is the common meaning associated with her name, or as “many expressions of yourself.” This secondary interpretation would fall into correct harmonic alignment of Polyhymnia’s role as the meditative muse that seeks inward reflection and contemplation.

It is this inward seeking of the many aspects of the individual self that allows for Polyhymnia to correctly channel the raw red satanic energy of the satyr into the . The sacred choral offerings of this pensive muse help to maintain the holy balance necessary for the proper functioning of the soul-serpent’s higher yellow currents.

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