Ks Sequence
15 Greek
20 Faliscan
21 Latin
Ks is letter 21 in the Latin alphabet although written as X or as a Greek letter Phi. The consonant cluster /ks/ was, in Ancient Greek, written as either Chi Χ (Western Greek) or Xi Ξ (Eastern Greek). In the end, Chi was standardized as /kʰ/ (/x/ in Modern Greek), while Xi was standardized for /ks/. But the Etruscans had taken over Χ from older Western Greek; therefore, it stood for /ks/ in Etruscan and Latin. X: Wiki
Ks is Sanskrit Consonant 34. This also generates a series of significant sounds and words. By way of illustration we cite two examples. kSa becomes the basis of kSatra which leads to kSatriya (or Kshatriya) which becomes the second of the three main classes. This root also generates agninakSatra and the nakSatras. kSa kSatra kSatriya Kshatriya agninakSatra nakSatra nakSatranemi nakSatrin Vasu 7. Naksatra Second, the root kS generates ksetra which begins as cultivating a field and ends up being linked with dominon and domination. Significantly this is not just about physical dominion. In the sequence ksetrajiia, jiva, manas, ahamkara, ksetrajiia is about personal mastery. Fittingly the letters of the the ned of the alphabet usher in a beginning of self control. kSetra kSetraja Ksetrajan ksetrajiia, jiva, manas, ahamkara kSetrajJa kSetrakara kSetrakarman kSetrakarSaka kSetrapati kSetravid kSetrika siddhakSetra