Tiphereth (תפארת) is with multiple meanings contingent upon the historical occurrence such as: "glory, beauty, honour or splendour"
6^{th}/32 PI: the 6^{th} Sepherah (ספרה) Tiphereth (תפארת); ShuJiGan (書己干) the context for the following content:
Positive Yang's 3 Great Extremes SanTaiJi
6.1 DPI: The positive Yang’s (陽) 3 great extremes SanTaiJi (三太極)^{[1]} utilizes the ShiGan YinYang (十干 陰陽) architecture.
The 3 Great Extremes powers or talents and 3 polarities Attributes
6.1.1 DPI: The positive Yang’s (陽) 3 great extremes SanTaiJi (三太極)^{[1]} consists of 3 extremities or parts of powers or talents called SanCai: DiTaiJi (地太極), TianTaiJi (天太極), RenTaiJi (人太極).
Each of the 3 components of the positive Yang (陽) 3 great extremes SanTaiJi (三太極) takes 1/3 powers or talents called SanCai^{[2]} (三才) and 1/3 polarities of Yin (negative), Yang (positive) and Ang (中; center or neutral) of Chinese philosophy.
1^{st}/3 Yang Great Extremes TianTaiJi and TianCai; "Heaven's Talent"

6.1.2 DPI: 1^{st}/3 Yang (陽) great extremes TianTaiJi (天太極); "heaven’s (天; HanGul: 천: Cheon: כען) great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 1^{st}/3 Yang talents or powers TianCai (天才 ,תענכע); "heaven, celestial, sky or deity talent or power," associated with the primary color red, by virtue of affinity with HuoXing (火星); “Mars.”


2^{nd}/3 Yang Great Extremes DiTaiJi and DiCai; "Earth's Talent"

6.1.3 DPI: 2^{nd}/3 Yang (陽) great extremes DiTaiJi (地太極); "earth’s (地; HanGul: 지: Ji) great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 2^{nd}/3 Yang talents or powers DiCai (地才); "earth, soil or ground talent or power," associated with the color green, by virtue of affinity with MuXing (木星); "Jupiter."


3^{rd}/3 Yang Great Extremes RenTaiJi and RenCai; "Man's Talent"

6.1.4 DPI: 3^{rd}/3 Yang (陽) talents or powers RenTaiJi (人太極); "mankind's great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 3^{rd}/3 Yang talents or powers RenCai (人才); "man, person, people or mankind's talent or power," associated with the color dark yellow or gold, by virtue of affinity with TuXing (土星); “Saturn.”


The Great ExtremeTaiJi
6.2 DPI: In the Chinese tradition WuJi^{[3]} (無極) the “empty extreme” is the Ain Soph (אין סוף) of the Hebrew tradition and means “without end, Infinite or limitless.”^{[4]}
The WuJi (無極) or Ain Soph^{[5]} (אין סוף) produces (生) the delimited YouJi (有極); “exist extreme” or “to have a fixed or defined limit or boundary,”^{[6]} and this is the absolute or the ultimate TaiJi (太極) as it exists with a boundary and utilizes the ShiGan TaiJi (十干 太極) Architecture.
The Great Extreme that Produces the LiangYi the 2 Attributes Yin and Yang
6.2.1 DPI: The “great extreme” TaiJi (太極) produces LiangYi (兩儀); “the 2 attributes” called Yin and Yang also known as hylomorphism.
Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang^{[7]} are illustrated in the TaiJiTu (太極圖;^{[8]} HanGul: 태극도: TaeGukdo) symbol: ☯.
LiangYi; Pair of Attributes
LiangYi (兩儀); “the 2 attributes”^{[7]} or “properties” produces SiXiang^{[9]} (四象); the “4 images,” itemized as:
 ShaoYin (少陰),
 TaiYang (太陽),
 ShaoYang (少陽) and
 TaiYin (太陰)
according to the legendary emperor FuXi (伏羲). TaiYang (太陽) and TaiYin (太陰) when used in the 6^{th}/10 Sepheroth Tiphereth (תפארת) of the Universal Syphers™ are called LaoYang (老陽) and LaoYin (老陰) respectively.
4 Image Elements Directional Positions
SiXiang^{[9]} (四象) literally means the “4 elephants” also known as the 4 symbols (四象) or images are the 4 classical elements of Empedocles corresponding with the 4 directional positions (位) of east, south, west and north. SiXiang (四象) when in the 6^{th}/10 Sepheroth Tiphereth (תפארת); “glory”^{[10]} is transliterally ChBOD (כבוד); “glory.”^{[11]}
SiXiang (四象) 4 symbolic images as binary figures or divinatory symbols with nuclear bigrams are
Small Yin XiaoYin

6.2.2 DPI: 1^{st}/4 Xiang (象) symbols is XiaoYin (小陰); the “small Yin” (HanGul: 소음: SoUum) the same entity as and integrated with the 5^{th}/10 small shields (6.2.5 DPI) XiaoWuGan (小戊干; HanGul: 소무간: SoMuGan); “small spear line,” the 3^{rd}/5 Yang (陽) quanta of XiaoShiGan (小十干); the “small 10 shields.”
1^{st}/4 Xiang (象) symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”^{[12]} a term also called ChBOD (כבודה; "carriage"); “her glory” which is the “glory^{[11]} of the moon” ^{[13]}(שהרן) called in the Universal Syphers™ the Dilmun (Dal: 달; 月; “moon”) a place of “the celestial bodies”^{[14]} (הגופות שבשמים). Dilmun the place is where the deified Sumerian hero of the flood, Utnapishtim (עטנפשתים, Ziusudra), was taken (flight) 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.


Old Yang LaoYang

6.2.3 DPI: 2^{nd}/4 Xiang (象) symbols is LaoYang (老陽) which is the “old Yang” (HanGul: 로(노)양: Ro(No)Yang) of the He XiaoShiGan TaiJi (合 小十干 太極); the "unified small 10 shields great angle or curve."
2^{nd}/4 Xiang (象) symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”^{[12]} a term also called ChBOD (כבדים); “glories” which is the “glory of the sun^{[11]} (השמש) called in the Universal Syphers™ XiaoYi (小一); the “small one.”


Small Yang XiaoYang

6.2.4 DPI: 3^{rd}/4 Xiang (象) symbols is XiaoYang (小陽); the “small Yang” (HanGul: 소양: SoYang) the same entity as and integrated with the 6^{th}/10 small shields (6.2.6 DPI) XiaoJiGan (小己干; HanGul: 소기간: SoGeeGan); “small body or self,” the 3^{rd}/5 Yin (陰) quanta of XiaoShiGan (小己干); the “small 10 shields.”
3^{rd}/4 Xiang (象) symbols embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”^{[12]} a term also called ChBOD (כבודו); “his glory” which is the “glory^{[11]} of the terrestrial^{[14]} (שבארץ) or earth” called in the Universal Syphers™ DiQiu (地球); the “earth globe, round or pearl.


Old Yin LaoYin

6.2.5 DPI: 4^{th}/4 Xiang (象) symbols is LaoYin (老陰) which is the “old Yin” (HanGul: 로(노)음: Ro(No)Yin) of TaiJi (太極).
4^{th}/4 Xiang (象) symbols is LaoYin (老陰) symbols as embedded in Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) means “glory”^{[12]} a term also called ChBOD (כבדות); “glorious things” which is the “glory of the stars”^{[11]} (הכוכבים).


Xiao ShiGan TaiJi in Theme
Unified 10 Small Shields of the Great Extremes
6.2.6 DPI: 10 Shields of the Great Extremes: ShiGan TaiJi: (十干太極)^{[15]} are divided by the 5 elements of the ShiGan WuXing (十干 五行,^{[16]} see 3rd/32 PI), each element; Xing (行) corresponds with 2 shields or 1/5^{th} of the 10 shields ShiGan TaiJi (十干 太極).
ShiGan TaiJi (十干 太極) is also measured as the JiuTian (九天); 9 heavens with the same unified 10 small heavens shields (小天干) having the 5^{th} XiaoWu (小戊) and the 6^{th} XiaoJi (小己) small shields or heavens unified and counted as a whole unit in the count of 9 heavens (九天).
XianTian; Former Heaven's BaGua
The BaGua (八卦) is assigned secret classification directives.
6.3 DPI: 1^{st}/7 (בּ: Beth) Biblical day periods in the period of released creation (ברא) covers the period of time of 1.8 x 102 seconds or 3 minutes after the big bang through 4 billion years ago during the primordial primeval former heaven and is parsed with the 8 former celestial (前神) divinations of the LongTu BaGua (龍圖八卦) “dragon diagram” format.
The Sumerian primordial primeval heaven and the Chinese former heaven XianTian (先天, חין תען) of 8 Gua (八卦) symbolizing the 8 planets are ideological concepts just as a creator’s or builders blueprint is the diagrammed idea for a future completed structure.
KosmKosm Divination
To use divination in Hebrew is; phonetic English spelling: kosmkosm: ^{[17]}(קסםלקסם). The first kosm (קסם) is used for the microcosm 8 Gua (卦) divinations of the former heaven (6.3 DPI), first rain^{[18]} (יורה) or former rain^{[19]} (מורה) and the second kosm (קסם) is used for the macrocosm 8 Gua (卦) divinations of the latter heaven or latter^{[20]} rain (מלקוש), see 9.3 DPI.
The “dragon diagram” (龍圖) is the “former celestial” (前神: ShaShen) order of 8 (八) Gua (卦) binary figures or divinatory symbols called LongTu BaGua (龍圖八卦) consisting of 8 former celestial divinations of concepts attributed to Yu the Great (禹) of China using QianGua (乾卦) first and KunGua (坤卦) last in the order.
Dragon Diagram Format
The LongTu BaGua (龍圖八卦) “dragon diagram” format represents the static universe and subsequent steady state theory, also known as the infinite universe theory or “eternal universe” when integrated in the platform of the Universal Syphers™. This is the universe or cosmos that is without beginning or without end^{[21]} and was the predominant concept of the universe or cosmos until AD 1756,^{[22]} the beginning of Day 1; “heaven 1/13 Katuns” of the Planetary Underworld and the arrival of industrialism and evolutionism and the eventual big bang theory.
LongTu BaGua Order
The LongTu BaGua (龍圖八卦); "dragon diagram 8 divinations" in the Universal Syphers are arranged according to the average summean of the beginning of the lunar calendar (civil, Egyptian) in the southern hemisphere coinciding with the Hetu^{[23]} (河圖) dot matrix order but not limited to such an order.
XunGua; Docile, Modest or Obedient Divination

6.3.1 DPI: 1^{st}/8 Gua (卦) divinations XunGua (巽卦) is parsed of Xun (巽; HanGul: 손: Son); meaning: “docile, modest or obedient” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “docile, modest or obedient divination.”


KanGua; Pit or Hole Divination

6.3.2 DPI: 2^{nd}/8 Gua (卦) divinations KanGua (坎卦) is parsed of Kan (坎, ^{[24]}כן; HanGul: 감: Gam); meaning: “pit or hole” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “pit or hole divination.”


GenGua; Bound or Pull Divination

6.3.3 DPI: 3^{rd}/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.”


KunGua; World Divination

6.3.4 DPI: 4^{th}/8 Gua (卦) divinations KunGua (坤卦) is parsed of Kun (坤; HanGul: 곤: Gon); meaning: (former) "earth or world” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “world divination.”


QianGua; Dry or Sky Divination

6.3.5 DPI: 5^{th}/8 Gua (卦) divinations QianGua (乾卦) is parsed of Qian (乾; HanGul: 건: Gaun, ^{[25]}גאון; “pride, excellency or majesty”); meaning: “dry or sky” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “dry or sky divination.”


DuiGua; Cash or Exchange Divination

6.3.6 DPI: 6^{th}/8 Gua (卦) divinations DuiGua (兌卦) is parsed of Dui (兌; HanGul: 태: Tae); meaning: “cash, exchange or weight” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “cash or exchange divination.”


LiGua; Leave Divination

6.3.7 DPI: 7^{th}/8 Gua (卦) divinations LiGua (離卦) is parsed of Li (離; HanGul: 리: Ri); meaning: “leave or depart” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “leave or depart divination.”


ZhenGua; Earthquake or Excite Divination

6.3.8 DPI: 8^{th}/8 Gua (卦) divinations ZhenGua (震卦) is parsed of Zhen (震; HanGul: 진: Jin); meaning: “earthquake or excite” and Gua (卦); “divination” for “earthquake or excite divination.”


HeTu Figurate Numbers
Each Gua (卦) divination has peripheral points or dots attributed by HeTu (sometimes spelled Ho Tu: (河圖).
Hetu^{[23]} (河圖); parsing: He (河); “river” and Tu (圖); “diagram” for the “river diagram,” originates during the time of Yu the Great (大禹 BC AYN 2224BC AYN 2124) in connection with the BaGua (八卦) and 8 trigrams.
Hetu^{[23]} (河圖) is connected numerologically with the BaGua (八卦) and arranged in the 8 outer cells of “dot matrix” figurate numbers.
The sum of all the cells of “dot matrix” figurate numbers is 40, or 45 when adding the center 5 figurate number.
In the Sepherah Tiphereth (תפארת) 36/40 HeTu (河圖) dot matrix figurate numbers are used as the 36 decans times 10 degrees each for 360 degrees total constituting the total round of the tropical solar year.
Three FuXi Branches
6.4 DPI: The 3 FuXi Branches of the Tree of Life.
6.4.1 DPI: Neptune Breathing Solution.
6.4.1.1 DPI: First Branch of the Tree of Life
6.4.2 DPI: World of Wind or Seed
6.4.3 DPI: World of the Jaguar
Righteous Zodiac
6.5 DPI: A unique ability of the Universal Syphers™ schematic diagram is the only existing diagram illustrating the original understanding of the zodiac’s 12 positions with 4 of these tetramorph positions described in Revelation 4:7 as a geometric form consisting of 4 positions with 180° edge rotations that permute a tetrahedron through the positions and 8 (4 with 120° vertex) other constituent positions directly as the result of the 12 distinct object rotational positions of the rotation symmetry group of a tetrahedron.
The 4 tetramorph positions incur 4 of the 12 ephemeral heavenly zodiacal segments contingent upon the zodiacal age or theme, each of the 4 tetramorph positions converging in 1/4 positions of the 4 tens of the minor arcane ^{[26]}(ארכנע) tarot forming an ordinal X cross with each corner of the X cross being the place where tetramorph occurs all together forming the tetramorph 4 position foundation.
The 4 tetramorph position foundation is quantized by fourlined diagrams called tetragrams. These follow a logical mathematical sequence, according to the origindivision unionaction of the 3 modality object purpose monogram ternary system of numerical notation.^{[27]}
The 4 lines that compose a tetragram have their own technical terminology as follows:
 the top, principal line is termed Fang (方, בנג); "square, direction or region," on the cosmic extent or context.
 the second line is termed Zhou (州, 주, זו); "state, province or administrative division," on the global extent or context.
 the third line is termed Bu (部, בו); "part, section or department," on the national extent or context.
 the forth line is termed Jia (家, גא); "home, house or family" on the family extent or context.
Along with the 12 segments of the western zodiac are the Four Knights of the minor arcana tarot producing 16 nuclear tetragrams using the binary numeral system. Each of the Four Knights represent 1/4 of Empedocles' four classical elements as follows:
 1^{st}/4 classical elements of fire is the binary numeral 0 (), the 1^{st}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 1/81 () tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Zhong (中, 중, יענג); "center^{[28]} or medium," represented by the 2^{nd}/4 knights of swords, weapons or spades.
 2^{nd}/4 classical elements of earth (metal) is the binary numeral 10 (¦¦), the 11^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 31/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Zhuang (裝, 장); "pretense,^{[28]} dress, fill or packing," represented by the 3^{rd}/4 knights of coins, disks or diamonds.
 3^{rd}/4 classical elements of air is the binary numeral 5 (¦¦), the 6^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 11/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Cha (差, 차, כא); "mistake,^{[28]} or difference."^{[29]} represented by the 1^{st}/4 knights of wands, staffs or clubs.
 4^{th}/4 classical elements of water is the binary numeral 15 (¦¦¦¦), the 16^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 41/81 (¦¦¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Ying (應, 응, יענג); "befitting,^{[28]} must or should," represented by the 4^{th}/4 knights of cups, chalices or hearts.
Modality Polarity Object Monogram 
0 Fire Knight 
10 Earth (Metal) Knight 
5 Air Knight 
15 Water Knight 
Tetramorph 
Restoration Age Timeidentity

Cardinal Yang (陽), Heaven (天), Origin (正) 
1 Aries 
4 Capricorn 
3 Libra 
2 Cancer 
Piscean Age 
Substantial Timeidentity

Fixed Zhong (中), Human (人), Union (合) 
7 Leo 
6 Taurus 
9 Aquarius 
8 Scorpio 
Arian Age 
Image Timeidentity

Mutable Yin (陰), Earth (地), Division (分) 
13 Sagittarius 
12 Virgo 
11 Gemini 
14 Pisces 
Aquarian Age 
New Symbolic Dual Timeidentity

6.5.1 DPI Aquarius uses the fixed modality of Zhong (中) center or neutral polarity, the human (人) object (对象) and the union (合) monogram twice broken or double broken line in the ternary count. Aquarius is the binary numeral 9 (¦¦), the 10^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 29/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Duan (斷, 단, ^{[30]}דון); "sever,^{[28]} cut off, interrupt or quit."
6.5.2 DPI Pisces uses the mutable modality of Yin (陰) negative polarity, the earth (地) object (对象) and the division (分) share monogram once broken line in the ternary count. Sagittarius is the binary numeral 14 (¦¦¦), the 15^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 40/81 (¦¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Fa (法, 법); "law,^{[28]} or dharma."
6.5.3 DPI Aries uses the cardinal modality of Yang (陽) positive polarity, the heaven (天) object (对象) and the origin (正) straight monogram solid or unbroken line in the ternary count. Aries is the binary numeral 1 (¦), the 2^{nd}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 2/81 (¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Zhou (周, זו, 주); "surrounding,^{[28]} circumference or week."
6.5.4 DPI Taurus uses the fixed modality of Zhong (中) center or neutral polarity, the human (人) object (对象) and the union (合) monogram twice broken or double broken line in the ternary count. Taurus is the binary numeral 6 (¦¦), the 7^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 13/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Zeng (增, 증); "increase^{[28]} ^{[31]}(תבואת) or add to."
6.5.5 DPI Gemini uses the mutable modality of Yin (陰) negative polarity, the earth (地) object (对象) and the division (分) share monogram once broken line in the ternary count. Gemini is the binary numeral 11 (¦¦¦), the 12^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 32/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Zhong (眾, 중, יענג); "multitude,^{[28]} many, crowd (㐺, 众) or congregation."
6.5.6 DPI Cancer uses the cardinal modality of Yang (陽) positive polarity, the heaven (天) object (对象) and the origin (正) straight monogram solid or unbroken line in the ternary count. Cancer is the binary numeral 2 (¦), the 3^{rd}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 4/81 (¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Xian (閑, חן, 한); "barrier^{[28]} fence or busy."
6.5.7 DPI Leo uses the fixed modality of Zhong (中) center or neutral polarity, the human (人) object (对象) and the union (合) monogram twice broken or double broken line in the ternary count. Leo is the binary numeral 7 (¦¦¦), the 8^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 14/81 (¦¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Rui or Dui (銳, 태, דוע); "sharpness^{[28]} or keen."
6.5.8 DPI Virgo uses the mutable modality of Yin (陰) negative polarity, the earth (地) object (对象) and the division (分) share monogram once broken line in the ternary count. Virgo is the binary numeral 12 (¦¦), the 13^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 37/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Sui (睟, 수, שוי); "a year,^{[28]} cleareyed or bright eyed."
6.5.9 DPI Libra uses the cardinal modality of Yang (陽) positive polarity, the heaven (天) object (对象) and the origin (正) straight monogram solid or unbroken line in the ternary count. Libra is the binary numeral 3 (¦¦), the 4^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 5/81 (¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Shao (少, 소); "least^{[28]} or lessor."
6.5.10 DPI Scorpio uses the fixed modality of Zhong (中) center or neutral polarity, the human (人) object (对象) and the union (合) monogram twice broken or double broken line in the ternary count. Scorpio is the binary numeral 8 (¦), the 9^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 28/81 (¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Geng (更, 경, גינג); "change,^{[28]} transformation or more."
6.5.11 DPI Sagittarius uses the mutable modality of Yin (陰) negative polarity, the earth (地) object (对象) and the division (分) share monogram once broken line in the ternary count. Sagittarius is the binary numeral 13 (¦¦¦), the 14^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 38/81 (¦¦¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Sheng (盛, 성, שענג); "abundance,^{[28]} growing or filling."
6.5.12 DPI Capricorn uses the cardinal modality of Yang (陽) positive polarity, the heaven (天) object (对象) and the origin (正) straight monogram solid or unbroken line in the ternary count. Capricorn is the binary numeral 4 (¦), the 5^{th}/16 nuclear tetragrams and the ternary numeral 10/81 (¦) tetragrams, the Shou (首, שוע) of Xian (羡, 선); "praise^{[28]} admire or envy."
Celestial Caliphate

6.6 DPI: with embeds in the 2^{nd}/5 WuXing (五行) porches or steps is the DiErSan (地二三);^{[32]} "earthtwothree" of the 5 story pyramid of the sun are the Chinese 28 Mansions or Xiu (宿, 숙, סך) lodges or Hindu nakshatra's of the Celestial Caliphate.
In Hebrew the non articled singular neutral of Succoth (הסכת) is succ (סך) meaning “booth or tabernacle,” having the same phonetic sound of the Korean term; pinyin: Suc (HanGul: 숙); meaning “lodge” and called in the Chinese Xiu (宿).^{[33]}
Mansions
2 types of of celestial caliphate mansions; the fixed millennial synchronized with the Aquarian Age and the mobile daily synchronized to the other 11 astrological Ages according to indications.
Fixed Millennial Celestial Caliphate Mansions
1^{st}/2 types of mansions is the fixed millennial celestial caliphate ^{[34]}(כאליפתה) mansion utilizing the precession cycle of the Great year of 25,920 years, synchronized to the Aquarian Age with each mansion or lodge referred to as a greater millennial room (GMR) equating to roughly a thousand year reign, mathematically exactly 960 years each.
Caliphate (כאליפתה) in Hebrew means “as thousands” (כאליפות) roughly the amount of time of the great year of 25,920 years divided by 28 equaling 925.714 years or more precisely and originally 25,920 years divided by 27 equaling 960 years each when used as divisions of the great year and called the "millennias of the celestial caliphate" or the millennial celestial caliphate. When used as 28^{[35]} departments each of the 28 mansions, houses or booths corresponds to 1 of 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet whether for Great Year or sidereal month. When used as 27^{[36]} departments each mansion, house or booth corresponds to 1 of 27 letters of the Hebrew alphabet minus the Arabic letter Thal (ﺫ), the Nakshatra Abhijit (אבחית), the Chinese Xiu Niu (牛). The 27 Bu (部); "departments" are the departments of the 9 heavenly states called JiuTianZhou (九天州) of Mictlan's Nine Underworlds.
Mobile Daily Celestial Caliphate Mansions
2^{nd}/2 types of mansions is the mobile daily celestial caliphate (כאליפתה) mansion within the lunar sidereal month of any astrological age, synchronized to the spring vernal equinox of the equatorial coordinate system in the Northern hemisphere.
6.6 DPI: the Chinese constellations of 28 Mansions equate to the nakshatra lunar mansions in the Hindu calendar in any particular astrological Age. The moon traverses the ecliptic counterclockwise each day during the sidereal month.
A nakshatra (Devanagari: नक्षत्र) or lunar mansion is a 28^{th} division of the sky, identified by the prominent star(s) in them, that the moon passes through during the moon’s monthly cycle. Therefore, each nakshatra represents a division of the ecliptic similar to the zodiac but 13°20’ each instead of the 30° for each zodiac sign.
All the days during the sidereal month in the Universal Syphers™ is called the “days of the celestial caliphate” ^{[37]}(כאליפתה) or daily celestial caliphate with the lunar sidereal month in the Age synchronized to the spring vernal equinox of the equatorial coordinate system and corresponding with the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet.


Former Celestial LiuShiSiGua; 64 Divinatory Symbols
6.4 DPI: The former celestial (前神: ShaShen); literally: “preceding spirit,” uses 6 LiuShiSiGua (六十四卦); 64 truth configurations of divinatory symbols.
6.4.1 DPI: 1^{st}/3 branches ^{[38]}(שריגם), the trunk is the FuXi LongXie (伏羲 龍解) 1^{st}/6 configurations of the 64 divinatory symbols LiuShiSiGua (六十四卦) and the 1^{st}/4 FuXi sequences (卦序; GuaXu), illustrating and executing the order of the sequence of the 64 Xi (羲). Through the process of untying FuXi LongXie (伏羲 龍解) proceeds the order called LongTu BaGua (龍圖 八卦) and placing the FuXi LongXie (伏羲 龍解) peripheral to the BaGua as legendarily devised by FuXi (伏羲) the Chinese historical figure of BC AYN 2760BC AYN 2697.
6.4.2 DPI: 2^{nd}/3 branches (שריגמה) of the Shang (上) upper FuXi (伏羲) XianTian (先天); "former heaven," the 1^{st}/2 variations.
6.4.3 DPI: 3^{rd}/3 branches (שריגמא) of the Xia (下) lower FuXi (伏羲) XianTian (先天); "former heaven," the 2^{nd}/2 variations.