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Defining the Whorl and the Ship Yesod
“The stone on which we stood sank under us. In an instant the floor of the Chamber of Examination closed above our heads. We dropped, or so it seemed, into a vast pit filled with harsh yellow light, a pit a thousand times wider than the square of stone. Its sides were mighty mechanisms of green and silver metals, before which men and women hovered and darted like so many flies, and across which titanic scarabs of blue and gold clambered like ants.” (Urth of the New Sun, Ch xxii, p 163)
I won’t mince words: I think the Whorl is Yesod. Both are spaceships; both hollow; both designed so the inhabitants live primarily inside rather than on the surface; both described as hellish on the interior (the Whorl’s tunnels are its hell, and are literally the favorite place of its underworld god, Tartaros. And even the inhabited parts of the interior of the Whorl are becoming hellish as the heating and cooling mechanisms begin to break down). Can I point to a place in the text where it’s stated the Whorl leaves Briah for the universe of Yesod? No. But recall Silk’s words after Auk leaves the Whorl in a lander: “We, too, have a long way to go,” Silk said, addressing neither Horn nor Nettle, “but at least we’ve begun.” (Exodus from the Long Sun, ch 16, p 610). After Silk’s ordeal in the Book of the Short Sun, he leaves New Viron bound for a lander, then the Whorl ship. Those on Blue see it diminish in the night sky and finally disappear—it is repaired and bound “for the stars”. I fervently believe the Whorl travelled outside of Briah some time after the end of Return to the Whorl and that the repaired Whorl, helmed by a unified Mainframe and the guiding influence of Silk, evolved into the planet Yesod and the Hierogrammates.
The term Yesod comes to us from Kabbalah, medieval Jewish mysticism . In Kabbalah Yesod is a Sephirah, a node in the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. It is, specifically, the base of the Tree of Life, akin to the trunk, and the Hebrew word for Yesod means “foundation”. It is seen as a vehicle allowing movement from one thing or condition or another (the “power” of connection). According to Jewish Kabbalah, Yesod is the foundation upon which God has built the world. But the God of Kabbalah is Ein Sof, defined as “Unending, (there is) no end, Infinity, the nameless being”. Ein Sof is very much like the Outsider: ineffable, unknowable, impossible to approach. The Sephirah emanated from him, but are not him. They are basically his light, his energy, poured into vessels in this creation. In Wolfe’s books, Yesod’s name is apt because power flows from it and enters the lower universe of Briah via a white fountain in Urth’s sun. And despite the plethora of false gods in the Solar Cycle, the Outsider, the oly true god, cannot be seen, only felt.
Whorl is a pattern of spirals or concentric circles; with similar meanings in zoology and botony regarding the patterns of certain mollusk’s bodies and leaves, respectively; and a complete circle in a human fingerprint. In Long Sun the Whorl is a generation starship made from a hollowed asteroid. Likewise, the planet of Yesod is an artificial planet: Ocean and Isles on the surface, and tunnels and chambers inside the hollow interior where “most of the work is done.” Apheta, the Hierogrammate larvae who mates with Severian, lives in a whorl-shaped dwelling.
How The Interior of Planet Yesod Resembles the Interior of the Whorl Generation Starship
“ ‘In our world—our ship, if you are more comfortable calling it so, though it only circles our sun and requires no sails.’ “ (Urth of the New Sun, chap xxiii, p 164) Gunnie says she thinks a ship with water on the deck is strange, and says on Tzadkiel’s ship it is below deck, in tanks. Apheta responds that going to the surface of such a world must be terrible, whereas on Yesod Apheta and her kind toil mostly below the surface and are rewarded for their hard work with rare visits to the surface—the Eden-like isles with lush gardens, pure air and clean, clear waters. At first I thought Apheta was just humoring Gunnie is describing Yesod as a ship, but this doesn’t make any sense. Gunnie’s a sailor on Tzadkiel’s ship, true, but she was born on Urth. She knows the difference between a starship and a planet. So it would seem Yesod is a ship, a vehicle of some sort. A hollow ship, where most of the people and work is done on the interior. Interesting.
Gunnie and Severian descend with Apheta into the interior of the planet of Yesod. The descent into the hollow, mechanical world (Whorl) of Yesod takes us back to the quote I started this post with:
“The stone on which we stood sank under us. In an instant the floor of the Chamber of Examination closed above our heads. We dropped, or so it seemed, into a vast pit filled with harsh yellow light, a pit a thousand times wider than the square of stone. Its sides were mighty mechanisms of green and silver metals, before which men and women hovered and darted like so many flies, and across which titanic scarabs of blue and gold clambered like ants.” (Urth of the New Sun, Ch xxii, p 163)
Let’s break it down: the vast pit is the hollow interior of the Whorl, probably near the pole of Mainframe; the harsh yellow light is the Plasma tube/Long Sun; The men and woman hovering and darting about “like so many flies” of course recalls the Fliers of the Long Sun Whorl with their wings and Propulsion Modules; the green and silver metals of the pit’s walls recall Mainframe or at least point to a highly technological interior to the “heavenly” planet of Yesod; and the “titanic scarabs of blue and gold” which clamber about like ants must surely be evolved Taluses. These creatures built the Whorl and Mount Typhon on Urth, where they survived a chiliad of inactivity and woke to life to salute the coming of the New Sun, Severian. Here on Yesod, they evolve into giant scarabs.
Why Scarabs? Scarabs in ancient Eygpt were thought be symbolic of the Heavenly cycle of rebirth and regeneration as they lay their eggs in a ball of dung they push around. The astonished Egyptians, it is thought, didn’t observe the laying of the eggs and believed the Scarab’s young were simply reborn from the dung ball, which symbolized the earth. For them this echoed the god Khepri, “Ra as the rising sun”, who renewed the sun daily before rolling it (like a Scarab rolls its dung ball) above the horizon into the west then carrying it back east through the underworld to its origin by the start of the new day. So the Taluses, which were debased from construction robots on Urth and in the genesis of the Whorl to mechanized infantry and mercenaries in the Whorl’s nadir, are reborn on Yesod. They become uplifted scarabs, resurrected, construction robots once more, yet now they ascend heavenward. Recall also that the Talus’s of Mount Typhon are (I think) the first denizens of Urth to salute Severian as the New Sun in the Typhon chapters of Sword of the Lictor (as he moves from one “eye of the world” to the other).
Continuing underground on Yesod with Apheta, Severian and Gunnie reach doors of “tarnished argent” above which Gunnie sees writing. Severian’s not sure she can read it, but Gunnie recites, “ ‘No hope for those who enter here.’ “ (Urth, Chap xxiii, p 165). The words are an allusion to the words written above the gate to hell in Canto III of Dante’s Divine Comedy: Inferno. “Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.” To Gunnie the interior of Yesod is hell.
Let’s pause. The scenes above, to me, seem to evoke or echo scenes from The Book of the Long Sun. Silk descends into the bowels of the Whorl via a hidden ramp in the Shrine of Scylla on Lake Limna. This Temple of the Long Sun whorl is basically interchangeable with the Chamber of Examination in the “Temple” of Judgement on Yesod. Both are beautiful structures build beside waters that allow passage into the underworld. One contains a statue of a “false” god which reveals a passage into the underworld, the other the Throne of a “true” god which reveals a passage into the underworld. Severian has a Virgil-like guide through hell in Apheta, so he’s able to easily navigate hell. Silk is uninvited and must defeat the guard at hell’s gate, a Talus that, having been already once bested by Silk, hates and wants to destroy him. Once below he wanders in darkness and undergoes trials before regaining the surface (like Severian, he passed through a “portal”, being purged from the airlock of a submarine).
The Whorl’s tunnels are hellish, and Silk’s trials there are brutal. Before long, the surface of the Whorl will resemble the underworld. Remember the last glimpse of the Whorl ship we received in Return to the Whorl: the Long Sun was being extinguished regularly (to effect repairs, but to the ignorant cargo it seemed the Whorl was dying) which plunged the Whorl into prolonged darkness. Some of the cities of the Whorl were panicked--rioting. Horn learns that one can look into the skylands and see distant cities burning. The cargo feel Pas is punishing them for not fulfilling his Plan and leaving the Whorl. Food is scarce. The summers are broiling. Winters are almost non-existent. Marauding bands like Pig’s old knot loot and pillage. Godlings, giants who seem to shoot first and ask questions later, patrol the streets. The Whorl, we see in example after example, is becoming hell to those who choose to remain on it. Yet we readers know all the trials will bring a better future: The war in heaven is over and a restored Pas is enacting his Plan while simultaneously repairing the broken Whorl. The Godling at Blood’s mansion tells Horn that enough cargo have left, that the repairs will be affected and the Whorl will move on.
“ ‘Enough have gone. Tell the rest to stay. That is what I have come to tell you. Silk says it.’” (Return to the Whorl, Ch 6 Dark, Empty Rooms, P 140)
This oddly echoes an exchange between Severian and the Captain of the tender ship that returns him to Urth. After the Captain remarks that humanity could make Urth as good as Yesod if they wanted to, Severian remarks:
“ ‘We will,’ I told him. I had not known I believed that until I said it. ‘We will when enough of us have left it and come back.’ “ (Urth, ch xxvii, p 193)
The Whorl starship left Urth, returned to Ushas (Green), and now it must go on again, to Yesod.
Yesod, being an evolved Whorl ship, has an underworld that is strange but not hellish, even though Gunnie names it hell. In the bowels of the ship called Yesod, Severian and Gunnie are led by Apheta into a large chamber:
“’Come now,’ Apheta was saying. She led us forward. I had been wrong in thinking there was nothing in the chamber; there was a wide area of black upon the floor. Some of the flaking silver of the arched ceiling had fallen there, where it was most visible.

Only then did I realize that the sparkling darkness was. I drew out the necklace, wondering, I confess, whether each of its linked prisms functioned still, put it on, and went forward to look…I saw Gunnie’s hair tossed by a gale I could not feel, streaming before her until she had her own necklace in place…That blackness was the void; yet as I walked, it rose though it sensed my approach, and before I reached it, it had become a sphere.
I tried to stop.

The sphere was like a wall. At its center, just as I had seen it pictured on board, was the ship.
I have written that I sought to stop. It was difficult, and soon I could not resist.”
Severian and Gunnie are drawn inexorably into a miniature black hole, and returned to the universe of Briah, in space near enough the Starship Tzadkiel to be shot a line and pulled aboard the ship by the deckhands.
I think this chamber, or its cognate, exists on the Whorl ship. I believe it is found in the tunnels near Lake Limna, and visited by the brain damaged Auk after he falls off the back of the Talus, fractures his skull, and wanders away from Chenille, Incus and Dace.
“The tunnel wall was aglow now, but still dark, dark with a peculiar sense of light—a luminous blackness.” (Epiphany of the Long Sun-Lake of the Long Sun, Ch 6 The Blind God, P 173)
The luminous blackness is the presence of the blind god Tartaros. Auk ventures deeper into the chamber, where this happens:
“The thing he had kicked was a little higher than his knees, flat on top, large and solid feeling. He sat on it facing the luminous dark…” (Epiphany, Ch 6, P 173)
He’s bumped into an “altar” of the false Mainframe gods. One of its functions, we saw earlier, is to reintegrate the false gods back into Mainframe. Scylla, possessing Chenille, used one inside a cavern on the shore of Lake Limna for this purpose. In this luminous darkness, the god Tartaros manifests to the addled Auk:
“’I come here often, Auk. It is the oldest altar we have.’ (Epiphany, Ch 6, P 174)
That’s a curious detail. Why is the “oldest”? What is so important about this spot—in the tunnels below and between the Lake and Viron, that is so important? I’ll get back to that. Tartaros continues:
“’Wood was heaped upon it, and the carcasses of animals. You profane it no more than they. When the first people came, Auk they were shown how we desired to be worshipped. Soon, they were made to forget. They did, but because they had seen what they had seen, a part of them remembered, and when they found our altars on the inner surface, they sacrificed as we had taught them. first of all, here.’” (Epiphany, Ch 6, P 174)
Ok. Let’s unpack. Cargo was brought here first when they came to the Whorl—then glamoured or awed and shown how to sacrifice to the Mainframe gods. Its obvious this giant black circular structure is very important. It’s the first altar. It’s the first place the cargo came when they reached the Whorl from Urth. We know Pas has carefully provisioned landers nearby, behind his seals. They were to colonize the new worlds, not to ferry cargo to the Whorl. Could it be that the giant black “altar” Auk sits on is a miniature black hole like the one that transports Gunne and Severian from Yesod to Briah? I mean, why not? Inire has his Presence Chamber in the House Absolute, which Jonas uses in Claw to, he says, return him to his ship. Could this, like the chamber Severian and Gunnie visit on Yesod, do similar? Cargo is beamed from Urth to the Whorl, awed, and then taken elsewhere to have their minds’ wiped and tuned up so they can be possessed, see holy hues, etc.
At the close of RttW, the Whorl is repaired. Enough cargo have left it and “come back” to Blue and Green (Green being, as u/aramini revealed, Urth that was, Ushas that is. The Whorl’s journey was a giant loop through space and time). The Whorl can go on. Leave Briah and become Yesod. Complete the next loop. Where is it bound? “ ‘The Stars…’” Silk tells us. (Return to the Whorl, p 412) .
Here’s an even more outrageous speculation: are the words on the Lintel on Yesod which Gunnie “reads” the words of the “Seal of Pas” from the “Pardon of Pas”? Specifically: “’Do my will, live in peace, multiply, and do not disturb my seal. Thus you will escape my wrath.’” (Litany of the Long Sun—Lake of the Long Sun, Ch 9 In Dreams Like Death, P 404) Silk resites the Seal to Hammerstone, who then shows Silk an actual “seal” of Pas, which is a “broad duab of dark synthetic” with a ten strings of numbers in two rows, below which is printed: “SEALED FOR THE MONARCH”. This is Typhon/Pas’s physical seal beyond which are the seeds and frozen embryos and Landers with which to colonize new worlds and fulfill the Plan of Pas.
The Surface of Yesod as a Mirror of The Whorl’s Interior
I talked some about the strange interior of the World of Yesod, but it is certain strange characteristics of the surface that cement (to me, at least) the fact that Yesod is the Whorl. First among these features are the Isles of Yesod. Yesod’s surface is a water-covered. It has a world ocean dotted with tiny isles. Apheta tells Severian each Isle judges a different galaxy that humankind has spread to (or, perhaps, each Isle judges a different version of the same galaxy in the multiverse).
“Apheta turned again and pointed toward the sea. ‘Look,’ she said again. ‘Can you see the Isles?’
I did. They were scattered—endlessly as it seemed—across the water, just as I beheld them from the ship.
‘Do you know what a galaxy is, Autarch? A Whorl of stars, uncountable, remote from all others?’(emphasis mine)
I nodded.
‘This Isle on which we stand judges the worlds of your galaxy. Each Isle you see judges another. I hope knowing that will aid you, because it is all the aid I can give you. If you do not see me again, remember that I shall see you, nonetheless.’”
The outside of the Whorl is rock--its an asteriod. But Pas terraformed the inside of the asteriod, made it habitable, and spread out his cities, segregating them into ethnic groups from various geographies on Urth. Silk asks Horn on the Airship when they’re bound for Mainframe:
“’Why do you think Pas built barriers between our cities, Horn?’
The sudden question caught him off guard. ‘To keep them from fighting, Calde?’
‘Not at all. Not only do they fight, but he knew that they would; if he hadn’t, he wouldn’t have provided them with armies. No, he erected mountains and dug rivers and lakes so they could not combine against Mainframe, the home he was to set over them.’” (Epiphany of the Long Sun-Exodus from the Long Sun, Ch 15 To Mainframe!, P 598,99)
So we have another inversion: The Isles of Yesod, spread over the vast ocean of Yesod, judge mankind, one galaxy at a time. On the Whorl, city states are strewn across the interior landscape, widely spaced and with geographical boundaries between, so that the cargo can’t unite and overthrow their powerful but false high god, Pas. The false god Pas can’t be judged, can’t be found unworthy, though he is unworthy and should be judged.
A whorl is most simply defined as a pattern of spirals or concentric circles. Interestingly enough, the homes and rooms favored by the Hierogrammate larvae are spiral-shaped. Apheta takes Severian to hers:
“She thrust aside a curtain, and we entered a wide corridor that bent to the left. Scattered about were seats such as I had seen outside, and many other objects as mysterious to me as the appliances in Baldander’s castle, though they were lovely and not terrible.
‘This is mine. It is a spiral; many of our rooms are, because we like that shape.’” (Urth, Ch XX The Coiled Room, P 141)
So here we have another allusion to the Whorl ship, and mysterious technology like that of the Whorl gods. But on the heaven of Yesod, the terrible technology (screens through which the gods enslave the cargo) and terrible false gods have been replaced with technology that is artfully blended with the natural, and gods as lovely as the planet of Yesod. (Some taint of evil remains—the saving New Sun will mean the destruction of Urth.)
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Lastly Id like to talk about trees. The most famous tree in the Whorl (to readers) in the Tamarind tree outside Quetzal’s window. Here’s how its described:
“For some while he remained before the window, motionless, cosmetics streaming from his face in rivulets of pink and buff, while he contemplated the tamarind he had caused to be planted there twenty years previously. It was taller already than many buildings called lofty; its glossy, rain washed leaves brushed the windowframe and now even, by the width of a child’s hand, sidled into his bedchamber like so many timid sibyls, confident of welcome yet habitually shy. Their parent tree, nourished by his own efforts, was of more than sufficient size now, and a fount of joy to him: a sheltering presence, a memorial of home, the highroad to freedom.
Quetzal crossed the room and barred the door, then threw off his sodden robe. Even in this downpour the tree was safer, though he could fly.” (Epiphany of the Long Sun-Calde of the Long Sun, Ch 1 The Slaves of Scylla, P 17,18)
Whoa. Typical Wolfe. He gives you the big reveal—Quetzal can fly! and thereby buries a rather mundane description of Quetzal’s tree. A tree he himself had planted. A tree he calls a “memorial of home.” His home is Green. The neighbors “seeded” the Whorl with Inhumi. Did they also seed it with trees from Green? Is Quetzel’s tree a cannibalistic tree that eats trees that eats trees?
The Tamarind tree of our earth has long tubelike seedpods which are large and greenish-brown. They look kind of like bent fingers. The tree native to Africa, but has been known so long on the Indian subcontinent that its been popularly adopted as being native to that land as well.
In some myths, the Tamarind tree is associated with the adopted daughter of the goddess Parvati, Ushas. Ushas is the Vedic goddess of dawn; her name literally means “dawn” in sanskrit. She is the most exalted goddess in the Rig Veda, and drives a chariot across the sky with the rising sun. Ushas is very familiar to fans of Wolfe’s Solar Cycle as the new name of reborn, post-deluge Urth. Urth dies, and when the New Sun rises for the first time, Ushas is born.
Another myth regarding the Tamarind tree worthy of mention:
“There is a belief that the spirit of the dead resides in the tamarind and the tamarind groves are avoided by night. For this reason and because they are considered to exude unhealthy vapors, there is a prejudice against sleeping in the shade of the tamarind tree. Some do not eat prepared on fire made from tamarind wood for the same reason.” (Our Trees, R.P.N. Sinha, 1968)
Ok. It’s a flimsy link to Ushas, but it’s a link, from myth, pertaining to the sun and dawn and the restless spirits of the dead. It’s enough for a piker like me. There’s something special about Quetzal’s tree on the Whorl, something that connects it to Ushas/Green. David Lebling posited on the Urth List in 1997 that’s Quetzal’s tree is a candidate for a “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” from Eden, with Quetzal being the “serpent” that seduces Eve.
Would it surprise you to learn Yesod has its share of strange and wonderful trees as well? Our friend Severian stools along the avenue of Yesod prior to his final judgement. He describes the trees he glimpses there thusly:
“Between the mansions were many fountains and many trees, trees that seemed to me tall, strange, and lovely even in the darkness.” (Urth, Ch XIX Silence, P 134)
Again, its not much, but it does follow my pattern. The Whorl is uplifted to become the world of Yesod. Uplifted Yesod transforms horror into beauty. The terrible cannibal trees of Green, transplanted on the Whorl as the Quetzal’s tamarind, are then transported to Yesod and become trees that are “tall, strange, and lovely even in the darkness.”
Thanks for coming this far on this strange journey with me. In part three, I’ll discuss the robots and Artificial Intelligences aboard Tzadkiel’s ship, and on Yesod and the Whorl. Any questions and/or feedback is most welcome.
Standard disclaimer: I hope all or most all of this is original (except Ushas=Green, which belongs to Marc Aramini) and that in both his Lexicon Urthus and his new Chapter Guide, Michael Andre-Driussi defines Yesod as a ship. If there's anything i unconsiously cribbed from Urth List, etc please let me know and ill add atribution. We're all standing on the shoulders of Urth List giants.
Link to part 1. https://www.reddit.com/genewolfe/comments/ezcmqz/two_journeys_to_heaven/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
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