These Jyaonjodau are the common brain rules or paradigms within the Poku Saeruo Degonjo. This page lists some of the more prevalent ones, their origins, and implications.
This is a fairly sizable collective of individuals but is mostly comprised of a specific set of Ruokai (Houses). Ones that carry the 'jo suffix are the most involved. Some people not from the older houses have also adopted this mindset.
The roots of this paradigm can be traced back to 631 CY with the discovery of the Âdor-Pedavuome (Stormy sky) Wunyaka Vonai (Ark).
Want the Poku Saeruo Degonjo to return to the ways before the Norka (The Exodus). They seek turning the Jaeli (Sects) back into major clans. These clans would be made up of smaller clans in the form of the major Ruokai (Houses).
They also seek the removal of the clan leader position as the ultimate authority and a return to the Tanoi (Council) as the highest power.
They support the clan's making contact with the other species and aspire for the clan to rise in power as a force in the sector.
They tend to be more vocal anytime the Mui (Clan Leader) is seen to be misusing their authority. One such example was during the Usonori Sate (Lean Times). While not generally known, this movement influenced the Mui at that time. If not for the Prophet this movement may have achieved their goal.
This movement is focused on keeping the clan isolated from the other races. It is one that has been falling from favor in the last century. But it still exists.
The origin of this mindset actually started before the Norka (The Exodus). It rose to prominence as many of the clan felt that the fall of the Empire and loss of their Otâgolisoy (Birth world) was a result of the actions of the aliens who drew the clan into their conflict.
Over the years this movement has waxed and waned. The rise of the Siama'bu Soujo fueled a new growth. With the alliance formed by the Vonai-Rya'ka (Emissary), the members of this movement are more vocal.
The members of this movement want to limit the Poku'vonai involvement with aliens. They oppose alliances, and do not want aliens in their territory. There have been rumors of talks to stage protests or worse against aliens in their realm.
This movement if focused on expanding the sphere of influence of the Poku Saeruo Degonjo through whatever means is most expedient.
The Expansionist mindset has been around since the clan first arrived at the Degonjo Saeruo (Hidden Sun System). It came about from the concern about having the entire fleet travel as a group with the intention to setting a single location.
The Expansionist agenda is to use whatever means necessary to establish holdings for the clan. Their agenda is to divide up the resources and have each holding be autonomous. They view the recent colonization as an ideal time to try to pursue their goals. Thus far their opinions have not been accepted by the Tanoi (Council). This leaves the expansionists without other options, so they will most likely establish one or more settlements without authorization.
Sae Fuâmy'ai (săě fūāmī-ăē) star watchers is a small sub-sect in the Detis Goa'ai Jael who devote their lives to deciphering the messages from the Degonjo Saeruo
When they arrived at their new home in 0 CY the Degonjo Saeruo (Hidden Sun System) was immediately considered by some to be a direct conduit to the universal consciousness, because it head lead them to their new home. It is believed by some of the clergy that the universal consciousness communicates to the Poku'vonai by emissions from the star.
This group is the zealots of the Siama Kâur (Divine way). They see themselves as more connected to Siamaka, and that they should by virtue of that fact be in charge of the Detis Goa'ai Jael (Faith Walkers Sect).
Their agenda is to first show the clan that they are the chosen. Once the clan has been guided to the proper path, it is their intention to bring Siamaka to the other races.
While small in number their devotion makes this movement something to be watched. Not all of the Sae Fuâmy'ai subscribe to the crusade concept, and believe each being needs to find their own path.
During the start of the Niumte (Weakening), the movement tried to take control of the temples. They claimed that the Weakening was a punishment on the clan for not following the true path. Their attempt however failed when members of the Sae Fuâmy'ai started getting sick just as everyone else.
The contemporary mindset is the dominant one in the clan. It is a more open and cooperative one.
There is no true origin of this movement as it has evolved over the years since the Norka (The Exodus).
This group focuses on the continued growth and expansion of the clan. They embrace the making of alliances, and other contact with aliens. They also want to see the growth of the clan in the sector, but in a cooperative one with their peers.