The Entity Structure and the 49 Global Jobs To the left you will find a graphic on the Entity Structure and the 49 Global Jobs. Below you will find copies of J.P. Van Hulle's original block chart graphics for all seven blocks. These images are posted with permissions granted.
At the bottom of this page are instructions on how to indentify your casting placements information from just the raw #, so be sure to scroll all the way down to the end of the page.
More information will be coming soon on how to read and use the block chart graphics, as well as some ALL NEW information on understanding The Seven Layers of Casting (Energy Ring, Cadre, Entity, Block, Row, Casting Position and Side) from the Michael's causal plane perspective! ~ Terri
The Ordinal Triad Blocks
Click To Enlarge Server Block
Click to Enlarge Artisan Block
Click to Enlarge Warrior Block
Neutral ~ Scholar Block
The Ordinal Triad Blocks
1. Server ~ BONDING Block
2. Artisan ~ INVENTION Block
3. Warrior ~ PRODUCTION Block
Click to Enlarge Scholar Block
The Exalted Triad Blocks
5. Sage ~ COMMUNICATION Block
6. Priest ~ SALVATION Block
7. King ~ MASTERY Block
The Exalted Triad Blocks
Click to Enlarge the Sage Block
Click to Enlarge the Priest Block
Click to Enlarge the King Block
How To Read The BLOCK CHART GRAPHICS Using The Raw Number
Identifying the Raw # and the Side of the Entity:
The "raw #" is one way of easily referring to and referencing a specific fragment of any entity group within a cadre. To locate the raw # of a specific fragment, look at each of the individual squares below, which are also referred as "cells." Inside each square, or cell, you will see three numbers, and each of them are labeled Truth, Love or Energy.
When you find the RAW # you are looking for listed in one of those squares, or cells, write it down on a piece of paper, noticing whether the corresponding reference is Love, Truth or Energy. This information tells you what SIDE of the entity this fragment is located on within their entity group.
[The example I used in this demo is located on the very first row of the very first block graphic on this page. Scroll all the way down to the first block chart (The Server Block) to view the examples you will find given in the explanation that follows.]
Example: Raw #349 = LOVE side of the entity group
Identifying The Casting Position and the Community Responsibility:
Now, look at the COLOR of text underneath the square, or the cell, and notice what Casting Position it holds. The Casting Position is read vertically and is shown as a vertical COLUMN directly above the square or cell with the raw # in it. All of the text within that COLUMN is written in the same color. In this example, the vertical Column, or the Casting Position, is colored blue and corresponds to the PRIEST casting position, and to a Community Responsibility of KINDNESS.
The Casting Positions are each noted across the very TOP of each of the 7 vertical columns, located directly above the square or the cell with it's raw # inside of it.
If you take a closer look at each of the 7 COLUMNS, you will see they each have a particular ROLE associated with that COLUMN, and that each vertical column is a different color. This color coding will help you to better see (and recall) that ALL of the fragments located within that column are "cast" under that particular casting position "flavor" or "influence."
Underneath each square within each of the 7 columns, you will see a word written in the same text color. Notice the color coded word beneath the square, or the cell, with the raw # in it, and that is this fragment's CASTING POSITION. This word description directly below the fragment's Casting Position represents it's COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY.
In this example, fragment raw # 349 is in a PRIEST casting position (a blue vertical column) and has a Community Responsibility of KINDNESS.
Please take a moment now to STUDY the vertical columns and to grasp how each of the 7 vertical columns represents a specific CASTING POSITION and a specific Community Responsibility, which is represented by the word found directly beneath that square or the cell. Each fragment has their own Community Responsibility description written underneath their own square or cell, that is to say.
When you feel confident that you grasp this 1st part, then you can move on to the next section.
Identifying The Row (or lesser cadence) and the Global Job description:
Now, that you have looked at the VERTICAL COLUMN or CASTING POSITION placement and the corresponding Community Responsibility, we are going to take look at this square or cell from the HORIZONTAL ROW position.
The ROW represents a lesser cadence comprised of 7 individual fragments within each horizontal ROW. Each fragment holds a different CASTING POSITION within the lesser cadence or ROW influence. If you look to the far LEFT of the ROW or the lesser cadence, you will see a brightly colored box with a specific GLOBAL JOB written in it. This is the fragment's GLOBAL JOB, which directly corresponds to the LESSER CADENCE group of 7 fragments. All 7 fragments within that ROW share the same GLOBAL JOB description.
In this example, raw # 349 is the 6th fragment (priest casting) in the 1st row (a server row), and has a Global Job of SERVICE.
Take a moment NOW to study this example and to look closely at all of the writing you find across the horizontal ROW itself. When you feel confident that you understand both the ROW (horizontal row) and the previous CASTING POSITION (vertical column) structure of the Block Chart Graphic, you are ready to move on with the final aspect.
Identifying The Block and the Underlying Motivation:
Now we are ready to move on to identifying the Block and the Underlying Motivation of the fragment from the placement of it's RAW # within the Block Chart Graphic itself. This is truly the easiest part of all, and is based upon the role influence you will find for each BLOCK Chart Graphic below.
The BLOCK is based upon the Greater Cadence grouping, which is comprised of 49 fragments total; 7 columns (or casting positions) X 7 rows (or lesser cadences) = 49 Fragments or one full BLOCK. At the top of each BLOCK chart graphic you will find the UNDERLYING MOTIVATION of all of the 49 fragments within that BLOCK. All fragments share the same Underlying Motivation within each BLOCK.
There are seven BLOCKS, which correspond with each of the seven ROLES in essence.