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White is meeting black, day is approaching night; during a short twilight, the Evening Androgyne is born (Greek ἀνδρόγυνος, from άνδρας, husband, male and γυνή, female.) He-she is night and day at the same time, beautiful and mysterious. He-she is elevating us above the bustle of the day and returning to the mystery of the night. At dawn, light and shadow find each other again: the morning twilight merge them for a moment, and then dissolve in the sunlight; the magic disappears. The unity and duality, male and female exist in Androgyne in the cast, the minimalist shell of integral natural conception.