6.3.3 DPI: 3rd/8 Gua (卦) divinations GenGua (艮卦) is parsed of Gen (艮; HanGul: 간, Gan); meaning: “bound or pull” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “bound or pull divination.”
Deity Extent or Scope
GenGua (艮卦) is the 8th/8 vertical levels; the “Deity” (דעתי) extent or scope.
GenGuaWei; Pit or Hole Divination Station
18.104.22.168 DPI: 3rd/8 GuaWei; “Gua stations” (卦位) in the Universal Syphers™ for LongTu BaGua (龍圖八卦) is GenGuaWei (艮卦位); the “bound or pull divination station.”
HeTu 6 Dot Matrix
22.214.171.124 DPI: The Hetu (河圖) outer cell “dot matrix” figurate number connected numerologically with GenGua (艮卦) is 6.
24th/24 GanZhi Gen-Tau Seat-Throne
126.96.36.199 DPI: Each Zuo (座) throne-seat (כסאות) is represented by 1/24 Greek letters in the Universal Syphers™ and are the western equivalent of the eastern GanZhi (干支); the 24 stem branches of heaven and earth united.
24th/24 Zuo (座, זו) seat-thrones (כסאות) in the Universal Syphers™ for GenGua (艮卦) is represented by the 19th/24 Greek letters Tau (Τ, τ) for the GenGuaZhi (艮卦支); stem-branch of heaven and earth united.
Gen Image of The Wheel
188.8.131.52 DPI: Each GuaWei (卦位) Gua station also corresponds with an image (圖) of the major arcane tarot trumps; the 3rd/8 Gua-trumps of the 22 major arcane trumps.
The semi-dynamic image of the major arcane tarot that corresponds to Gen (艮) is The Wheel symbolized by the Roman numeral X.
Gilgal Ecliptic Wheel
The Wheel in Hebrew is Gilgal (גלגל). A use of the term Gilgal (גלגל) is the ecliptic which in Chinese is HuangDao (黃道) a term used for the zodiac which also lies along the ecliptic plane. The ecliptic plane is inclined by ~23.5°, with respect to the celestial equator; a result of axial tilt, axial inclination or obliquity.
GenXun Periodic Shrine Celestial Counterpart Accompaniment
184.108.40.206 DPI: In the Universal Syphers™ the former primordial primeval heaven of 1.8 x 102 seconds or 3 minutes after the big bang through 4 billion years before present of Genesis 1:1, the periodic shrine (廟) accompaniment for GenGua (艮卦); is Xun (巡); “circuit” (חוג), and the celestial counterpart
is Neptune: HaiWangXing (海王星); the “sea king planet,” represented by the planetary astronomical symbol: ♆. This similarity relation is called GenXun (艮巡) or in western symbology as X♆. Xun (巡) means “round,” as in the octave (8th) component of 7 + 1.
Third Son Trigram 6
220.127.116.11 DPI: GenGua (艮卦) is attributed the Trigram ☶ for the 3rd son and the binary low level machine language number 6.