T. S. These are the verses of the Qur’an and a clear Book … (27:1)
The “T” is jubliation, Issacian birth, the laugh of Sara, the Cross, the Body, Christ. It is the Smile.
The “S” is creativity, the Bride, the Qur’an Read, perception. It is her speech.
The T.S. preempts the Surah’s central story of Solomon and the Ant:
So he smiled, laughing at her speech… (27:19)
For the Ant colony is another name for Sheba, Bilquees, the teaming matrix of the Mind’s feminine Valley:
Until, when they came upon the valley of the ants, an ant said, “O ants, enter your dwellings that you not be crushed by Solomon and his soldiers while they perceive not.”
Over which stands the giant of Prophecy: the Mind, extended across the four levels of the metamodel (and extension = the smile).
Note 2: Believing in the Hereafter
Indeed, for those who do not believe in the Hereafter, We have made pleasing to them their deeds, so they wander blindly. Those are the ones for whom there will be the worst of punishment, and in the Hereafter they are the greatest losers.
Why are they the losers if they don’t believe? Because belief is progression into the Hereafter. Disbelief is not carried across, but is the shell, the snakeskin, discarded by your Self-of-Light/Prophetic nature, as it migrates/believes from here (this sign) to the next life (the sign connected).
For this migration/belief is Prophetic transmission, receipt/recitation from the parental waveform (H-K-M/A-L-M, Wisdom/Knowledge):
And indeed, [O Muhammad], you receive the Qur’an from one Wise and Knowing. (27:6)
Note 3: Moses and the fire
… when Moses said to his family, “Indeed, I have perceived a fire. I will bring you from there information or will bring you a burning torch that you may warm yourselves.” But when he came to it, he was called, “Blessed is whoever is at the fire and whoever is around it. And exalted is Allah , Lord of the worlds. (27:7-8)
Moses here is the Musaic orb of Victory, descending/recited into our realm of fire/differentiation. That is to say, he is the fantasy of an unbroken Name of God, fantasized (from one perspective) as such within the broken reality of the worlds/ayat/samsara. This broken reality is the fire of differentiation. And so when Moses speaks to his “family”, he transmits to the other Names, to the other pure orbs of clarity: he is one unbroken orb in familial circuit of transmission.
So Moses, following from verse (27:6), is part of the Prophetic recitation, moving down from the Wisdom/Knowledge waveform, a live wire Qur’an from above, seeing the fire of the reader’s reality, the fire of our reality, descending into the broken realm as part of the pure circuity’s necessity. He necessarily breaks himself/his tablets … to move into fire.
Why necessary? Because he might receive information, that our Truth might be unlocked from the broken signs, and released upward to him.
Or, that his family might be warmed: that fire will nurture — that in breakage there will be immanence, a Divine living.
This is like God praising God: but the intermediate relational decomposition of the trope — because the unbroken retrieves that which God broke, to restore and reconstitute unbrokenness again by virtue of entrance into the fire. And then God speaks: God speaking to God, but at the perspective of the relational decomposition.
The blessing, then, is God’s transmission, in this relational mode, of God into circuit, into breakage, into fire, and back up again. The relation between circuitry and fire, the fantasy of this, fantasizing itself: this is the blessing encapsulated. The closest we can get to an “identity” in Truth: but rather, a functor of fire –
But when he came to it, he was called, “Blessed is whoever is at the fire and whoever is around it. And exalted is Allah , Lord of the worlds. (27:8)
Note 5: Birds
And Solomon inherited David. He said, “O people, we have been taught the language of birds, and we have been given from all things. Indeed, this is evident bounty.” (27:16)
What are birds? They are the multiplicity, the diamond reflection of your soul Truth.
When Solomon considers killing a bird that does not appear, it is a consideration of curtailing this unknown aspect, his Khdirian surplus.