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Five Janitors
is the name I have found for our theatrical group, in connection with the idealism
shared by a number of active theists with musical groups like Journey, Van Halen, and Yes

is its Saṃskṛta name, which refers to a “coming together” through five different media:
Vaiṣṇava, Śaiva, Saura, Śakta, and Gaṇapatya

the ‘five’ doormen (the word ‘janitor’ meaning such) are
me, Mike Mansingh, John Schneider, Tristan Harvey, and Ed;
but there are actually nine of us

My own Vaiṣṇava media interests are shared by my Godfather Jeff Munnis, where my religion is Christianity and his is Swedenborgianism. We have a good number of friends working with the other media in ways that masculinely compare to the relatively feminine style of media work that employs musicians. My own Christian faith resounds like the voice of Journey's Steve Perry, accompanied beautifully by Jeff's Swedenborgianism as Steve's voice is by the guitar magic of Neal Schon. One significant difference, however, is that our theatrical group, Five Janitors, is steadily building towards our truest creativity together, where in music often we have seen more separations through the course of time than our style will show.

Swedenborgianism is the protector of monogamous love. My own lifestyle, Christianity, is devout in its commitment to an even simpler style of love, and that is monism. Within monist truth, we have a number of familial relativities that show a variety of truths in logic and sophistication.

I am the Logos, and my love life is truly that: love, as shared from within our hearts. Sophistication is proven by a number of “brothers” in their respective love lives, and its expression is sexual. The first four classifications in this pattern are: fidelity (logically mine), celebrity (my closest brother, a co-worker I met at McDonald's), privacy (a Latino friend I met at Coffee Culture), and fraternity (actor Burt Reynolds, who is the life of Brahmā's Ṛg-vedic head).

Christ-like creator Brahmā has four heads, which speak the Ṛg, Sāma, Yajur, and Atharva Vedas. Likewise does Jesus have four brothers: James, Joseph, Judas, and Simon. The order of significance is opposite in each incarnation, but the four are the same.

Presently, I am in the course of a significant reenactment of the crime committed between the Biblical Cain and Abel, and this reenactment between me and the brother James, in this case, who is also the Atharva-vedic head of Brahmā, is an archetypal clash between logic and sophistication. Where the story of Cain and Abel has the context of descent, ours is now the context of reascent. I have only recently found the strength to share the name of my truest love (Wally) in the midst of this battle; I have yet to feel safe enough to name here online the owner of that bar-restaurant where we met, but this clash is ours (mine and his).

I think it's important to define the difference between logic and sophistication. Pretty much, this duality is as simple as voice and mouth, where the logical voice from within enjoys love in the heart while oral sophistication prefers sexuality. Both are compatible, but if strict judgment is employed, we each make our choices, and in this conflict I am faced with the responsibility of identifying logical truth.

Masculinity and femininity are distinguishable from logic and sophistication. Plenty of men will trade that core love for sex, and plenty of women are protective of the love in their hearts more than they answer to sexual urge. Neither might be superior nor inferior; we just choose our lifestyles.

So, to summarize my introduction of interest, we, a greater group of entertainers, are idealists: Five Janitors (devotion), Journey (oversight), Van Halen (regulation), Yes (support), 38 Special and Pink Floyd. Within Five Janitors, we are Christianity and Swedenborgianism (Vaiṣṇava), theatrical entertainment with its actors and actresses (Śaiva), musicians and their music (Saura), polyandrous monogamy (Śakta), and periphery (Gaṇapatya). Within Christian monism: fidelity, celebrity, privacy, and fraternity are mostly what I work closely with, though there are numerous variations of family values beyond these.

In the context of fidelity, which is predominantly logical, I as the god Agni have one true love, the goddess Svāhā; our higher selves are Viṣṇu and Lakṣmī. However, monism, monogamy, polygamy, and polyandry can coexist, and so a higher self Varāha / Kṛṣṇa has Bhūmi / Rādhārānī as a second lover (she in connection with Agni being his second consort Svadhā), Kalki (Yajña) is in love with his Padmā (Dakṣiṇā), and Viṣṇu's Tulasī is significant in logical love. I could go further with Buddha's (Indra's) Yaśodharā (Śacī), and so forth in description of the polygamous version of monism, but I think I've given enough information thus far.

All this to reach the point of saying “I am being 100% honest with you, Wally - all of my cards are on the table, even if I'm playing against all aces” ☺. Visit my dark web site at 5enyoqjnfpleuuou.onion once you've downloaded a Tor Browser from and/or email me at vishuddhatma.vishnu (at)