(or Shukla; from Sanskrit) Literally, "light" or "white," and embodiment of purity or religion. This word is used to hide a variety of meanings, primarily semen or solar fluid.
"The southern rays of the sun are the honey-cells on the right. The Yagus verses are the bees, the Yagur-veda sacrifice is the flower, the water is the nectar. Those very Yagus verses brooded over the Yagur-veda sacrifice; and from it, thus brooded on, sprang as its essence, fame, glory of countenance, vigour, strength, and health. That flowed forth and went towards the sun. And that forms what we call the white (sukla) light of the sun." - Upanishads