Maloni Jasai is the youngest daughter of Mikka, conceived with Kali the Goddess of Time.
Maloni’s “conception” is possible for she is the Universe. According to the Vedas, the Universe is feminine but her Order is masculine. Gender and sex are two different things; two genders can exist in one sex, but very rarely inverted, hence the existence of male and female earth deities to represent the duality in us all as archetypes.It is clear Maloni is the Universe, but who her unseen consort is, she will never tell and leaves us to interpret for ourselves. Omnipresent, rarely speaking unless through music or visual art. She surveys without judgement, but this doesn’t necessarily imply neutrality. When Nature is violated she pushes back allowing the winds of destruction to blow until balance is restored. Knowing Maloni’s broad brush powers, her sisters will come from far and wide to any conflict to assure Maloni is never provoked.
Maloni is the color of the Moon and night sky in appearance. Her skin color changes according to climate or environment she creates and she is always creating. In Jasian form, creativity manifests in art practice although an unseen algorithm is always at work behind her knowing gaze.
Maloni isn’t partial to any one person. She’s more of an intangible asset to her family who the Pantheon envies for their proximity to the entity they all serve as personifications of Order and Nature. Try as they might, the Jasians can not convince their enemies that they are not privy to the Mysteries any more than any other earthy deity and such speculations are moot. No one knows what the next yuga will bring. Will we be so complacent in Satya that we won’t be prepared when the galaxies collide? All things must end and Maloni isn’t telling when the great change arriving with the trajectory of Andromeda will occur. However, she does offer comfort in the sense of “what ever will be, will be. Fear not the loss of your life if means the end of your suffering. Death is a new beginning. It is the only the process of dying one has to suffer. Center yourself and let it pass”.