Slant

To slip and then fall against, even to lie aslant,

the way a door’s lintel steadies the foot by lying crossways across the door’s mouth, allowing for a reorientation in space.

It is a slip, or break that has finished with all that and has transformed its energy into holding and steadiness. It is very common among big rock formations in the mountains. It is one form of Earth taking on the energy of air.

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