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Chockmah-NieGan

2nd/32 PI: the 2nd Sepherah (ספרה) Chockmah (חכמה); ShuNieGan () the context for the following content:

1st/2 Balance Cycles XiangKe; Destruction Cycle

2.1 DPI: 1st/2 cycles of balance [1](מאזן) called Ke (/) is the doctrine of 5 phases describing the overcomings or destruction cycle of interactions between the phases.

The destruction cycle or period XiangKe[2] (相克) involves the transition of the Chinese 5 elements: WuXing[3] (); mutually or reciprocally overcoming 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 () and 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 or form with each Xing () attributed 1/5 of the 5 colors of Chinese philosophy.

Turtle Writings 5 Elements GuiShu WuXing

2.2 DPI: GuiShu WuXing ( );[9] “turtle writing[10] of 5 goings or walks” is the WuXing () topology used in the 2nd/10 ordinal Sephirah Chockmah [11](חכמה) and Chinese 2nd/10 heavenly stems is NieGan ().

GuiShu WuXing ( ) is used in conjunction with XiangKe (); “mutual overcomings:” in the sense that the earth absorbs water, water quenches fire, fire melts metal, metal chops wood and wood takes nutriments out of the earth. XiangKe () is also known as the “destruction cycle.”

Destruction Cycle or Period XiangKe

2.3 DPI: In the modern reference source of oriental ideology called TianFuJing (; HanGul: 천부경; HanGul pinyin: CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經)[12] interpreted as heaven’s evidence or identification of warp[13] or pass through, is the concept of the destruction cycle XiangKe () of 5 periods[14] of 5 Elements; WuXing () corresponding to the concept as eschatology;[15] which literally means the study of the eschaton; the times of the end; last days or end times of destruction.

Eschatology

The term eschatology is composed of eschat; “last” or the English phonetic spelling of the Hebrew term “the Succoth[16](הסכת) and “logy;” the English suffix of the Greek: logos; “count, tell, say, or speak, word” or “the study thereof.”

Succoth

Succoth (הסכת) is in the 2nd/10 Sepherah Chockmah (חכמה)/NieGan () of the Universal SyphersSecond National Course and in Hebrew the non articled singular neutral of Succoth (הסכת) is succ (סך); meaning booth or tabernacle, and has the same phonetic sound of the Korean term; pinyin: Suc (宿; Xiu) HanGul: 숙; meaning “lodge.”

Suc; Booth or Lodge

This Suc (宿: , סך); “booth or Lodge” is the Chinese astrological rest stop (see 6.6 DPI) and illustrates the character of eschat; “astrological.” Eschat; “last” refers to the “last days” of the astrological age (see 6.5 DPI) succeeded by the “first days” of the construction cycle or period (see 3rd/32 PI) of the next new astrological age.

Lifespan of Brahma

In Hindu units of measurement of time using the lifespan of Brahma[17] (ברא-חמא), destruction eschatology is the 1st/2 parardha; 1 through 50 years of the lifespan of Brahma.

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.

A parardha is such a tremendous amount of time; 155.52 trillion years, that this gives rise to the static universe and subsequent steady state theory; also known as the Infinite universe theory in which the universe has no beginning and no end,[18] see 6.4.2 DPI.

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

1st/5 Destructive Elements of Earth: TuKe

2.3.1 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Tu (); means: earth or soil. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, earth absorbs water.[19] In Chinese philosophy this is called TuKeShui (); “earth or soil overcomes water.” In Chinese philosophy earth is with the quality of the color yellow.

  • TuKeShui () with the Torah of Genesis 1:2 specifies: And the earth is without form, and void.

2nd/5 Destructive Elements of Water: ShuiKe

2.3.2 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Shui (); means: water. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, water quenches fire.[20] In Chinese philosophy this is called ShuiKeHuo (); “water overcomes fire.” In Chinese philosophy water is with the quality of the color black.

  • ShuiKeHuo () with the Torah of Genesis 1:2 specifies: and darkness is upon the face of the deep.

3rd/5 Destructive Elements of Fire: HuoKe

2.3.3 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Huo (); means: fire. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, fire melts metal or gold.[21] In Chinese philosophy this is called HuoKeJin (); fire overcomes metal or gold. In Chinese philosophy fire is with the quality of the color red.

  • HuoKeJin () with the Torah of Genesis 1:2 specifies: And the Spirit of God moves upon the face of the waters.

4th/5 Destructive Elements of Metal: JinKe

2.3.4 DPI: In Mandarin Chinese Jin (); means: metal or gold. In order to transition to go to mutually reciprocate with the next element, metal chops wood or tree.[22] In Chinese philosophy this is called JinKeMu (); “metal or gold overcomes wood or tree.” In Chinese philosophy metal or gold is with the quality of the color white.

  • ShuiKeHuo () with the Torah of Genesis 1:2 specifies: And the Spirit of God moves upon the face of the waters.

5th/5 Destructive Elements of Wood: MuKe

2.3.5 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 takes nutriments out of the earth or soil.[23] In Chinese philosophy this is called MuKeTu (); “wood overcomes earth or soil” completing and starting a new cycle of Chinese 5 elements of WuXing and returning to 2.1 DPI. In Chinese philosophy wood or tree corresponds to the color green.

Tree of Knowledge

This tree is the Biblical Tree of Knowledge (הדעת עצ) referred to in Genesis 2:9.

In Mayan lore MuKeTu () is personified as the deity (הדעתי) Tazchatlipoca (תאז-כתלי-פוכא).

5 Color Divisions ShenShi WuBu

2.4 DPI: TianFuJing (, 천부경);[24] HanGul pinyin: CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) identifies the 5 color (: Se: 색) divisions as ShenShiWuBu () in Chinese philosophy. The 4 morphemes of ShenShiWuBu have the following individual meanings: Shen (: 신); “celestial, spirit, ghost or god,” Shi (: 시); “market or city,” Wu (; 오) “five,” Bu (; 부) “divide, division, ministry or departments,” for a combined meaning of “celestial spirit city market of 5 divisions.”

Great 5 Divisions or Departments TaiWuBu

2.4.1 DPI: The extension of the 5 Color divisions of ShenShiWuBu () in the Universal Syphers™ is called TaiWuBu ();[25] “great five divisions or departments” encompassing 12 lunar months, each month with five Chinese characters (12 X 5= 60) of 60/64 Chinese Hexagrams in the LiuShiSiGua () of eastern oriental Chinese classic texts.

References

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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 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. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp. 292 and diagram 137 of page 158
  10. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 732; ①글
  11. Proverbs 23:23, Ezekiel 28:12, Hebrew Strong’s #2451 wisdom, Greek Strong’s #4678 Greek: σοφια/ν
  12. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991)
  13. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 1171
  14. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) Page 292
  15. Greek eskhatos meaning last, furthest, remote, with the root ex — "out of"
  16. Hebrew Strong’s #5523, Second National Continuing Courses Departures]/2
  17. 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
  18. also see Heavens Code/9.5.1 DPI
  19. Habakkuk 2:14
  20. Numbers 31:23, 1 Kings 18:38, Isaiah 64:2
  21. Zechariah 13:9, Revelation 3:18
  22. Jeremiah 46:22
  23. Ezekiel 31:16
  24. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991)
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