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Path-index 3: Binah-BingGan

Binah; BingGan

The 3rd/32 PI; "Path-indexes" where PI is Pe-Ayin (פע), the naming protocol for C-3PO where PO (פע) is the same Hebrew acronym-two letters Pe-Ayin (פע) and 3 is the 3rd Path-index.

3rd/32 PI: the 3rd Sepherah (ספרה) Binah (בינה); ShuBingGan () the context for the following content:

2nd/2 Balance Cycles XiangSheng

3.1 DPI: 2nd/2 cycles of balance [1](מאזן) called Sheng () is the doctrine of 5 phases describing the construction, creation, production or generation cycle of interactions between the phases.

The construction or creation cycle or period XiangSheng[2] () involves the transition of the Chinese 5 elements: WuXing[3] (); mutually or reciprocally constructing each other and in the modern use of the term means: “behavior or conduct” (行), and the results of these events. 5 phases of material elements are also known as states in physics. Distinct phases may be described as different states of matter such as gas, liquid, solid, plasma or Bose–Einstein condensate.

5 Goings or Walks

5 phases is another way of interpreting WuXing literally; “5 goings[4] or walks[5] (/; Chuo). Traditional TaiJiQuan () schools relate them to footwork and refer to them as 5 “steps.”[6]

5 Elements

These classical type elements are used for describing interactions and relationships between phenomena. In a similarity relation to SiXiang[7] (); the "4 images" itemized as:

are also known as the 4 symbols () are the 4 classical elements [8](עלמנת) attributed with the 4 directional positions () plus the center idea/ideal LiXiang (理想); “5th element” of SiXiang (思想); "ideology"[9] or form.

The 5th element classically is called "either" whose Hebrew root-stem (עתר) is homographic with author (עתר) and is the 5th force or action; the “force of consciousness,” of creation along with the conventional 4 forces of modern science constitute the 5 forces or actions in the Universal Syphers™ called WuCai (). The five powers or forces[10] WuCai (五才) have circulated since the heaven and earth were rent according to TzouYan () a Confucian scholar of 305-240 BCE.

BingGan Architecture

3.2 DPI: There are 2 basic types of architectures within the Universal Syphers that affect the 3rd/32 PI, the dragon image five elements LongTu WuXing ( ) used in the ShiGan YinYang ( ) architecture and the ten shields five elements ShiGan WuXing () used in the ShiGan TaiJi ( ) architecture.

Dragon Image Five Elements LongTu WuXing

3.2.1 DPI: LongTu WuXing ( ) the dragon image of 5 goings or walks is the WuXing () topology used in the 3rd/10 ordinal Sephirah Binah: [11](בינה) and Chinese 3rd/10 heavenly stems BingGan () with the ShiGan YinYang ( ) architecture, see 5.1 DPI.

LongTu WuXing ( ) is used in conjunction with XiangSheng (); “mutual productions:” in the sense that the earth bears metal, metal carries water, water nourishes wood, wood feeds fire, fire creates earth. XiangSheng (相生) is also known as the “construction cycle.”

Ten Shields Five Elements ShiGan WuXing

3.2.2 DPI: ShiGan WuXing ( );[12] the 10 shields of 5 goings or walks is the WuXing () topology used in the 3rd/10 ordinal Sephirah Binah: [11](בינה) and Chinese 3rd/10 heavenly stems BingGan () with the ShiGan TaiJi ( ) architecture, see 5.1 DPI.

ShiGan WuXing ( ) is used in conjunction with XiangSheng (); “mutual productions:” in the sense that the earth bears metal, metal carries water, water nourishes wood, wood feeds fire, fire creates earth. XiangSheng () is also known as the “construction cycle.”

Construction Cycle or Period XiangSheng

3.3 DPI: TianFuJing (; HanGul: 천부경; HanGul pinyin: CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經)[13] identifies the concept of the construction cycle XiangSheng () of 5 periods[14] of 5 Elements; “WuXing” () corresponding to the concept of creation[15] (בריאה) or generation[16]

Creation or generation is also called cosmogony; Greek: Kosmogonia with the root word source of Kosmos; “the world” and root of gignesthai; “to be born,” is the coming into existence, the creation and origination[17] of the universe, see 24th/32 PI and 25th/32 PI. Origin in Chinese: QiYuan (起源) is composed of Qi (); “begin, rise, go or stand up” and Yuan (); “source, head or spring,” for “beginning or rising source.”

2nd/4 Olam World-planes

Creation (בריאה) or generation (תולדות) is the 2nd/4 olam world-planes [18](עולם) interactions that each sepherah must infiltrate (); beri’ah or beriah (בריאה); literally meaning: “new thing,"[19] the world-plane new thing or creation is called Olam Ha’Beriah (עולם הבריאה).

Beriah (בריאה) the eternal world-plane of creations or ranks [20](בריאות) is on this level the first concept of creation ex nihilo however without any form or shape (תהו) of Genesis 1:2 and the HaoDaXing (הו, ); the “virtual castle area” of Magoism and the 13 heavens or ranks of Mayanism; heaven 1, heaven 2… through heaven 13.

Lifespan of Brahma

In Hindu units of measurement of time using the lifespan of Brahma[21] (ברא-חמא), construction or creation cosmogony is the 2nd/2 parardha; 51 through 100 years of the lifespan of Brahma, specifically 1st year of the 2nd/2 parardha of 50 Brahma years.

Parardha

Parardha; 50 Brahma years equals 18,000 Brahma days and when divided by 5 WuXing () XiangKe () periods of the destruction cycle equals 3000 Brahma days for each Xing () element.

2nd/2 parardha; 50 through 100 years of the lifespan of Brahma is initialized with the great force of the dynamics of the big bang.

An ordering of the 5 elements is as follows (but is not limited to such an ordering):

1st/5 Construction Elements of Earth: TuSheng

3.3.1 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Tu (); means: earth or soil. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, earth bears metal. In Chinese philosophy this is called TuShengJin (); “earth or soil produces metal.”

HeTu Dots

XingTu () element has peripheral points or dots attributed by the Hetu[22] () river diagram of 5 dots of the 9 distinctive figurate numbers covering the topological area of XingTu () and together with the other 40 HeTu dots remaining 8 figurate numbers of the other 4 Xing summarize the HeTu dots figurate numbers of 45; the summation of 9.

5th/5 Shakti of Ganesha's Positive Powers

Ganesha or Ganesh (גנ-ש) the remover of obstacles, lord of beginnings, patron of arts and sciences, and the deva of intellect and wisdom, having interalia 5 Shakti positive powers is the root-stem of the cognate term Genista (גנ-שתא) which is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family Fabaceae, including the species commonly called broom.[23]

5th/5[24] shakti[25] of Ganesha’s 5 positive powers in the Hindu tradition is the shakti combination of the first and the third in vibration earning abundant punya; "fine merit," accrued for this life and passed on to the next.

2nd/5 Constructive Elements of Metal: JinSheng

3.3.2 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Jin (); means: metal or gold. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, metal carries water.[26] In Chinese philosophy this is called JinShengShui (); “metal or gold produces water.”

XingJin () element has peripheral points or dots attributed by the Hetu[22] () river diagram of 4 dots and 9 dots distinctive figurate numbers arranged via XunGua () and KanGua () outer cells covering the topological area of XingJin ().

1st/5 Shakti of Ganesha's Positive Powers

1st/5[24] shakti of Ganesha’s 5 positive powers in the Hindu tradition is the shakti that emanates the feeling of love, harmony and compassion an individual naturally has for his or her immediate nuclear or joint family. If love abounds in the home and virtue prevails, the home is perfect and its end fulfilled.

3rd/5 Constructive Elements of Water: ShuiSheng

3.3.3 DPI:In Mandarin Chinese Shui (); means: water. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, water nourishes wood.[27] In Chinese philosophy this is called ShuiShengMu (); “water produces wood or tree.”

XingShui () element has peripheral points or dots attributed by the Hetu[22] () river diagram of 6 dots and 1 dot distinctive figurate numbers arranged via GenGua () and KunGua () outer cells covering the topological area of XingShui ().

3rd/5 Shakti of Ganesha's Positive Powers

3rd/5[24] shakti of Ganesha’s 5 positive powers in the Hindu tradition is the love of the 1st and 2nd shakti extended to all persons one has dealings with in the external world: business associates, a casual merchant and the public at large. It is honest and harmonious relationships in conducting the business of trade and dealings in goods, finance and the distribution of the wealth of the world. “Those businessmen will prosper whose business protects as their own the interests of others."[28]

4th/5 Constructive Elements of Wood: MuSheng

3.3.4 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Mu(); means: wood or tree. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, wood or tree feeds fire.[29] In Chinese philosophy this is called MuShengHuo (); “wood or tree produces fire.”

XingMu () element has peripheral points or dots attributed by the Hetu[22] () river diagram of 3 dots and 8 dots distinctive figurate numbers arranged via LiGua () and ZhenGua () outer cells covering the topological area of XingMu ().

Tree of Life

This tree is the Biblical Tree of life (עצ החיים) referred to in Genesis 2:9 and is a result of the creation processor; the “construction cycle” XiangSheng (). This tree is identified as the redwood tree commonly known as the cedar [30](ארז) tree.

4th/5 Shakti of Ganesha's Positive Powers

4th/5[24] shakti of Ganesha’s 5 positive powers in the Hindu tradition is the shakti that brings through the creative-intuitive mind -- the love of culture and all that it brings, religious formalities and the respect and appreciation of discipline. Here we find the vibration of religion, which brings as a boon creativity in music, art, drama and the dance. It also extends to devotion toward one's ancestors and all forms of positive community participation.

5th/5 Destructive Elements of Fire: HuoSheng

3.3.5 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Huo (); means: fire. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, fire creates earth. In Chinese philosophy this is called HuoShengTu (); “fire produces earth or soil.”

XingHuo () element has peripheral points or dots attributed by the Hetu[22] () river diagram of 7 dots and 2 dots distinctive figurate numbers arranged via QianGua (]) and DuiGua () outer cells covering the topological area of XingHuo ().

5th/5 Shakti of Ganesha's Positive Powers

5th/5[24] shakti of Ganesha’s 5 positive powers in the Hindu tradition is the shakti of the same feeling of the 1st/5 shakti but extended to relatives (clan-tribe through national extent), neighbors and friends.

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Footnotes

  1. Hebrew Strong’s #3976 Leviticus 19:36
  2. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 124, page 272
  3. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 126, page 274
  4. Go; הלך Hebrew Hebrew Strong’s #1980
  5. Walk; תהלך Psalms 73:9
  6. Step; הליך Hebrew Strong’s #1978 (Footsteps: עקבותיך Psalms 77:19
  7. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) Page 279
  8. Numbers 33:46
  9. Ideology
  10. Jixia Masters and later Naturalistic Thought pg 4, Ganesha's Five Positive Powers or Shaktis
  11. 11.0 11.1 Proverbs 23:23, Hebrew Strong’s #998
  12. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 98, page 218
  13. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991)
  14. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 124, pp. 272
  15. beri’ah or beriah; literally] meaning: “new thing” Numbers 16:30; Hebrew Strong’s #1278 or semantics significant meaning: “a creation”; Hebrew root stem of: ברא Genesis 1:1
  16. Genesis 7:1 דור; generation, Genesis 2:4 תולדות, Genesis 5:1 (תולדת).
  17. See Origen for etymology
  18. Hebrew Strong’s #5769
  19. Numbers 16:30, Hebrew Hebrew Strong’s #1278; new thing
  20. Genesis 41:5
  21. SB 11.10.30 the life span of Brahma is 311,040,000,000,000 years; 311.04 trillion years equals 2 parardha of 50 Brahma years each
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 fengshuicourse, Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 864
  23. Ask Jeeves In English Houses Expanse]/3
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 himalayanacademy
  25. Sanskrit: shak; "to be able," meaning sacred force or empowerment, is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism.
  26. 2 Kings 6:5-6
  27. Ecclesiastes 2:6
  28. Tirukural (120)
  29. Ezekiel 15:6
  30. Ezekiel 27:5

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