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6.2 Decimal Path-index is a Decimal Path-index for the 6th/32 Path-indexes: Tiphereth.

TaiJi Great Curves Cherubims

Anglo-Saxon Britain Heptarchy Merci

6.2 DPI: In the Chinese tradition WuJi[1] () the “empty curve” is the Ain Soph (אין סוף) of the Hebrew tradition and means “without end, Infinite or limitless.”[2]

The WuJi () or Ain Soph[3] (אין סוף) produces () the delimited YouJi (); “exist curve” or “to have a fixed or defined limit or boundary,”[4] and this is the absolute or the ultimate TaiJi () as it exists with a boundary and utilizes the ShiGan TaiJi ( ) architecture.

TaiJi Great Curves Cherubims: LiangYi; 2 Properties Yin and Yang

6.2.1 DPI: The “great curve” TaiJi () produces LiangYi (); “the 2 properties” Yin and Yang also known as hylomorphism.

Yin and Yang

Yin and Yang[5] are with the diagram in the TaiJiTu (;[6] HanGul: 태극도: TaeGukdo); the "great curves cherubim symbol:" ☯.

MERCY SEAT

Two (שנים) cherubims (כרבים) of gold (זהב) are at the two (משני) ends (קצות) of the Mercy Seat (הכפרת).

LiangYi; Pair of Properties

LiangYi (); “the 2 properties”[5] or “properties” produces SiXiang[7] (); the “4 images,” itemized as:

according to the legendary emperor FuXi (). TaiYang () and TaiYin () when used in the 6th/10 Sepheroth Tiphereth (תפארת) of the Universal Syphers™ are called LaoYang () and LaoYin () respectively.

SiXiang 4 Directional Positions

SiXiang[7] () literally means the “4 elephants” also known as the 4 symbols () or images are the 4 directional positions () of east, south, west and north, and correspond with the 4 classical elements. SiXiang () when in the 6th/10 Sepheroth Tiphereth (תפארת); “glory”[8] is transliterally ChBOD (כבוד); “glory.”[9]

SiXiang () 4 symbolic images as binary figures or divinatory symbols with nuclear bigrams are

Home-Room 101: XiaoYin

6.2.2 DPI: 1st/4 Xiang () symbols is XiaoYin (); the “small Yin” (HanGul: 소음: SoUum) the same entity as and integrated with the 5th/10 small shields (6.2.5 DPI) XiaoWuGan (; HanGul: 소무간: SoMuGan); “small spear line,” the 3rd/5 Yang () quanta of XiaoShiGan (); the “small 10 shields.”

1st/4 Xiang () symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”[10] a term also called ChBOD (כבוד); “glory” which is the “glory[9] of the moon” [11](שהרן) called in the Universal Syphers™ the Dilmun (Dal: 달; ; “moon”) a place of “the celestial bodies”[12] (הגופות שבשמים). Dilmun the place is where the deified Sumerian hero of the flood, Utnapishtim (Ziusudra), was taken by the gods to live forever. Dilmun is also described in the epic story of Enki and Ninhursag as the site at which the creation occurred.

Nuclear Function

6.2.2.1 DPI: XiaoYin () XiaoWuGan () is the nuclear SungSang or NeiXingXiang (); “nuclear nature mutualness,” the nuclear function[13] of the TaiJi (). In the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl the nuclear function is noesis from the Greek nous; mind, intellect or intelligence, the thinking part of pure consciousness.[13] In the relationship between matter and form NeiXingXiang () nuclear function is matter or character.

Spirit Mind

6.2.2.2 DPI: XiaoYin () XiaoWuGan () in terms of the human being is the spirit mind, which is in the subject position relative to XiaoJiGan () due to the Yang () quantum of XiaoWuGan (). The function of the spirit mind is to seek the values of love, trueness, goodness, and beauty.[14] Transliterally the spirit mind is of the “celestial bodies”[12] (גופות שבשמים).

Young Yin and Thymine

6.2.2.3 DPI: XiaoYin () is the binary figure or divinatory symbol Young Yin nuclear bigramwith a broken line over a solid line ()[15] corresponding to the 2nd/4 nucleotides of DNA nucleobase (nitrogenous) pairs T: thymine[16] (תימנה) of A-T.

Kinship

XiaoYin () young Yin with terms of kinship is the grand-daughter.

1st/4 Directional Positions

XiaoYin (), young Yin () is orientated with the relative direction of east-right.

Dark Matter

6.2.2.4 DPI: XiaoYin () as dark matter in the Hebrew tradition is tsalmaveth (בצלמות); the “shadow of death”[17] or as the deeps[18] (תהמות) and in astronomy and cosmology, dark matter is matter that is inferred to exist by the gravitational effects on visible matter and gravitational lensing of background radiation, but that neither emits nor scatters light or other electromagnetic radiation and so cannot be directly detected via optical or radio astronomy. In accounting terms dark matter is likened to a pass-through account.

In the standard model of cosmology dark matter accounts for nearly a quarter (23%) of the mass-energy density of the observable universe (QNL 9) according to the Friedmann equations and the FLRW metric.

Home-Room 100: LaoYang

6.2.3 DPI: 2nd/4 Xiang () symbols is LaoYang (לעו-ינג, ) which is the “old Yang” (HanGul: 로(노)양: Ro(No)Yang) of TaiJi ().

2nd/4 Xiang () symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”[10] a term also called ChBOD (כבוד); “glory” which is the “glory of the sun[9] (השמש) called in the Universal Syphers™ XiaoYi (); the “small one.”

Nuclear Positivity

6.2.3.1 DPI: LaoYang () is the nuclear positivity of TaiJi ().

Spiritual Body

6.2.3.2 DPI: LaoYang () in terms of the human being is the spiritual body [19](גוף רוחני).

Old Yang and Guanine

6.2.3.3 DPI: LaoYang () is the binary figure or divinatory symbol old Yang nuclear bigram of two solid lines ()[15] which corresponds to the 4th/4 nucleotides of DNA nucleobase (nitrogenous) pairs G: guanine[20] (מגננה) of C-G.

Kinship

LaoYang () old Yang with terms of kinship is the grand-father.

2nd/4 Directional Positions

LaoYang (): old Yang () is orientated with the relative direction of south-down.

Light Energy

6.2.3.4 DPI: LaoYang () as light energy.

Home-Room 102: XiaoYang

6.2.4 DPI: 3rd/4 Xiang () symbols is XiaoYang (); the “small Yang” (HanGul: 소양: SoYang) the same entity as and integrated with the 6th/10 small shields (6.2.6 DPI) XiaoJiGan (; HanGul: 소기간: SoGeeGan); “small body or self,” the 3rd/5 Yin () quanta of XiaoShiGan (); the “small 10 shields.”

3rd/4 Xiang () symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”[10] a term also called ChBOD (כבוד); “glory” which is the “glory[9] of the terrestrial[12] (שבארץ) or earth” called in the Universal Syphers™ DiQiu (); the “earth globe, round or pearl.

Nuclear Form

6.2.4.1 DPI: XiaoYang () XiaoJiGan () is the nuclear HyungSang or NeiXingZhuang (); “nuclear form, shape or appearance,” the nuclear form[13] of the TaiJi (). In the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl the nuclear form is noema (νοημα) the objective form that is thought about, the objective part of pure consciousness.[13] In the relationship between matter and form NeiXingZhuang () nuclear form is form or pre-matter.

Physical Mind

6.2.4.2 DPI: XiaoYang () XiaoJiGan () in terms of the human being is the physical mind (Mondo or Mondial), which is in the object position relative to XiaoMuGan () due to the Yin () quantum of XiaoJiGan (). The function of the physical mind is to seek the basic necessities of life, such consumables as food, clothing, shelter and reproduction.[14] Transliterally the physical mind is of the “terrestrial bodies”[12] (גופות שבארץ).

Young Yang and Cytosine

6.2.4.3 DPI: XiaoYang () is the binary figure or divinatory symbol young Yang nuclear bigram with a solid line over a broken line ()[15] corresponding to the 3rd/4 nucleotides of DNA nucleobase (nitrogenous) pairs C: Cytosine[21] of C-G.

Kinship

XiaoYang () young Yang with terms of kinship is the grand-son.

3rd/4 Directional Positions

XiaoYang (): young Yang () is orientated with the relative direction of west-left.

Light Matter

6.2.4.4 DPI: XiaoYang () as light matter.

Home-Room 103: LaoYin

6.2.5 DPI: 4th/4 Xiang () symbols is LaoYin () which is the “old Yin” (HanGul: 로(노)음: Ro(No)Yin) of TaiJi ().

4th/4 Xiang () symbols is LaoYin () symbols as embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”[10] a term also called ChBOD (כבוד); “glory” which is the “glory of the stars”[9] (הכוכבים).

Nuclear Negativity

6.2.5.1 DPI: LaoYin () is the nuclear negativity of TaiJi ().

Physical Body

6.2.5.2 DPI: LaoYin () in terms of the human being is the physical body or natural body [22](גוף נפשי).

Old Yin and Adenine

6.2.5.3 DPI: LaoYin () is the binary figure or divinatory symbol old Yin nuclear bigram of two broken lines ()[15] which corresponds to the 1st/4 nucleotides of DNA nucleobase (nitrogenous) pairs A: adenine[23] (אדננה) of A-T.

Kinship

LaoYin () old Yin with terms of kinship is the grand-mother.

4th/4 Directional Positions

LaoYin (): old Yin () is orientated with the relative direction of north-up.

Dark Energy

6.2.5.4 DPI: LaoYang () as dark energy in physical cosmology, astronomy and celestial mechanics is a hypothetical form of energy that permeates all of space and tends to increase the rate of expansion of the universe. Dark energy is the most accepted theory to explain recent observations that the universe appears to be expanding at an accelerating rate.

ShiGan TaiJi in Theme

Unified 10 Small Shields of the Great Curves

6.2.6 DPI: 10 Shields of the Great Curves: ShiGan TaiJi: ()[24] are divided by the 5 elements of the ShiGan WuXing ( ,[25] see 3rd/32 PI), each element; Xing () corresponds with 2 shields or 1/5th of the 10 shields ShiGan TaiJi ( ).

ShiGan TaiJi ( ) is also measured as the JiuTian (); 9 heavens with the same unified 10 small heavens shields () having the 5th XiaoWu () and the 6th XiaoJi () small shields or heavens unified and counted as a whole unit in the count of 9 heavens ().

References

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Footnotes

  1. Chinese creation story
  2. Numbers Game/9.1.3 DPI
  3. 6 Earth Chronicles: The Cosmic Code pp. 130
  4. Numbers Game/9.1.4 DPI
  5. 5.0 5.1 Two Dual Characteristics
  6. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo (1991) Diagrams 101, 129 pp. 221, 277
  7. 7.0 7.1 CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp. 279
  8. 1 Chronicles 29:11 Hebrew Strong’s #8597
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 1 Corinthians 15:41
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Isaiah 10:12, Hebrew Strong's #8597
  11. Isaiah 3:18, Hebrew Strong's #7720
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 1 Corinthians 15:40
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 Essentialials of Unification Thought The Divine Image, pp 16 PDF
  14. 14.0 14.1 Essentials of Unification Thought The Universal Image of the Individual Truth Body pp 39 PDF, Explaining Unification Thought pp 37
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 DNA and the I Ching: The Tao of Life by Johnson F. Yan
  16. YiJing and DNA, Exodus 26:18
  17. Psalm 44:19
  18. Psalm 148:7
  19. 1 Corinthians 15:41
  20. YiJing and DNA, Psalms 33:30
  21. YiJing and DNA
  22. 1 Corinthians 15:44
  23. YiJing and DNA, Psalms 33:30
  24. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 100, page 220
  25. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 98, page 218

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