Compilation (watch full screen)
What we see here is Ne-lead with Ti signals atop of that native Pe energy. There’s a subtle but key difference between this development and an actual TiNe which I’d first like to describe using metaphorical language. The NeTi has their Ne energy always on standby just like a car with a warmed up engine, even if it’s stopped or idling at a stoplight. By comparison Ti-leads need to start up and warm up their car, which tends to shut off if it idles too long. When the NeTi ll– engages Ti their energetics “slow them down” and clamp them, which has an implicit native extroversion tied into the execution. They are “going under water”, per se, and taking a dive inward. Inversely, Ti-leads start from that inward place and have to make a longer energetic journey out into the world.
Now to show this vultologically, here are a few GIFs:
As you can see, Ti’s momentum halting happens atop of the Pe-lead native state rather than them starting at Ji. There is a lack of native Prince energy, which carries the qualia of ‘royalty’ marked by a poised, self-contained and elf-like demeanor. We see this in GIFs like these:
It takes a while to see the difference, but looking back and forth between these two sets of GIFs a few times starts to make the difference clearer. There is a moment with Ti-leads where time fully stops for them. For NeTi’s time is suspended or moving in slow-motion instead. And the TiNe stop may only happen for a fraction of a second at a time (possibly shorter than the NeTi’s slow-mo duration). It’s not really about the duration of the stop itself, as much as the ability to really reach that ‘full stop’, if that makes sense. I hope the qualia difference is translated in these metaphors, as I’m grasping at incredible nuances here.