sweetswords/Vesica Piscis

sweetswords/Vesica Piscis
.
poga humayun dundiwala
.
To know what causes the dark.
I asked my polished bamboo cane,
From the tree without the bark.
It said indeed earth spins on the bull's horn arc.
Earth's magnetic fields what looks like,
The bull's horn.
On it the earth runs and rolls,
Night and day, dusk to dawn.
Therefore when spin takes it to face the sun,
Light falls on the land and lifts from the ocean.
Due to earth's spinning task.
When it's one side opens to the light,
Other side is covered by the dark.
Because the bull is resting on the whale.
It is the fish what is the feminine,
And bull is the male.
The fish is swimming in the belly of Iblis.
There in the square of five and two three by three circles,
Holds the fish called Vesica Piscis.
There in the dark water of evil,
Under Noor Un Al Noor.
The fish traves in the heart of the tree of life,
For it's deadly tour.
The two circular disks in the square.
The divine throne and the sacred chair.
The divan and footstool of the God.
The Arah of Allah,
And the Kursi of Muhammad.
Sallel la hu alahi wasallam.
I said stop now oh my deaf dumb and blind stick,
And be lenient hallam. #poga
.
Muhammad reported from Ahmad, from ibn Mahbub, from Jamil ibn Salih, from Aban ibn Taghlib, from Abu Abdullah i.e. Al-Sadiq (upon whom be peace), who said, I asked him about the earth, ‘Upon which does it stand forth? To which he replied: “It stands forth upon a whale .” I asked: “Upon which does the whale stand forth? To which he replied: “Upon water .” I asked: “Upon which does water stand forth?” To which he replied: “Upon a rock .” I asked: “Upon which does the rock stand forth?” To which he replied: “Upon a bull’s smooth horn .” I asked: “Upon which does the bull stand forth?” To which he replied: “Upon the ground.” I asked: “Upon which does the ground stand forth?” To which he replied: “What an idea? Therewith is lost the knowledge of the men of knowledge.” [Al-Kafi by Al-Kulayni, vol. 9, p. 89,
hadith declared as sahih /authentic by Al-Majlisi in his ‘Mir’at Al-‘Uqul]