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Path-index 9: Yesod-RenGan

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Yesod; RenGan

9th/32 PI: the 9th Sepherah (ספרה) Yesod (יסוד); ShuRenGan ().

Negative Yin’s 3 Great Extremes: Yin SanTaiJi

RenGan SanTaiJi in Theme

9.1 DPI: The negative Yin’s () 3 great extremes SanTaiJi ()[1] utilizes the ShiGan YinYang ( ) Architecture.

The 3 Great Curves, Powers or Talents and 3 Polarities

9.1.1 DPI: The negative Yin’s () 3 great extremes SanTaiJi ()[1] consists of 3 extremities or parts of powers or talents called SanCai: DiTaiJi (), TianTaiJi (), RenTaiJi ().

Each of the 3 components of the negative Yin () 3 great extremes SanTaiJi () takes 1/3 powers or talents called SanCai[2] () and 1/3 polarities of Yin (negative), Yang (positive) and Ang (中; center or neutral) of Chinese philosophy.

1st/3 Yin Great Extremes TianTaiJi and TianCai; "Heaven's Talent"

9.1.2 DPI: 1st/3 Yin () SanTaiJi () great extremes TianTaiJi (); "heaven’s (; HanGul: : Cheon; כען) great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 2nd/3 Yang talents or powers TianCai (); "heaven, celestial, sky or deity talent or power," associated with the binary color black, by virtue of affinity with SuiXing (水星); “Mercury.”

2nd/3 Yin Great Extremes DiTaiJi and DiCai; "Earth's Talent"

9.1.3 DPI: 2nd/3 Yin () SanTaiJi () great extremes DiTaiJi (); "earth’s (; HanGul: : Ji) great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 1st/3 Yin talents or powers DiCai (); "earth, soil or ground talent or power," associated with the binary color white, by virtue of affinity with JinXing (金星); “Venus.”

3rd/3 Yin Great Extremes RenTaiJi and RenCai; "Mankind's Talent"

9.1.4 DPI: 3rd/3 Yin () SanTaiJi () great extremes RenTaiJi (); "mankind's (; HanGul: : In; ען) great extreme or boundary,” is the station for the 3rd/3 Yang talents or powers RenCai (); "man, person, people or mankind's talent or power," associated with the tertiary color yellow, by virtue of affinity with TaiTu (); “great earth.”

Great 5 Elements TaiWuXing

RenGan TaiJi in Theme

9.2 DPI: 5 phases is another way of interpreting WuXing literally; “5 goings”[3] or walks.[4] Traditional TaiJiQuan () schools relate them to footwork and refer to them as 5 “steps.”[5] 5 phases of material elements are also known as states in physics.

The great 5 elements TaiWuXing () utilizes the ShiGan TaiJi ( ) Architecture.

5 Winds WuLing

When the 5 elements are combined with the 5 winds[6] (רוחות) or spirits WuLing[7] (; HanGul: 오령: ORyaung) they are referred to as TaiWuXing (); the great 5 elements.

TaiWuXing (); “great 5 classical elements[8] are used for describing interactions and relationships between phenomena in a similarity relation to SiXiang[9] () also known as the 4 symbols () that are the 4 classical elements [10](עלמנת) are attributed with the 4 directional positions () plus the center idea/ideal LiXiang (理想); the “5th element” of SiXiang (思想); ideology or form.

An ordering of the 5 elements is a follows but is not limited to such an ordering.

Yin and Yang mutual reciprocal relationships

9.2.0 DPI: Yin () upper and Yang () lower mutual reciprocals utilizes the ShiGan YinYang ( ) Architecture.

YiJiEr (); "1 piles up"[11] or accumulates then-make:

  • YinLi (); "Yin stand" (על), the waning or wax-off portion of indirect light, which in earthly terms is the enlightening of the Northern hemisphere.
    • Yin () upper portion of Sepherah Yesod (יסוד) is the waning or wax-off part of the lunar cycle; the 3rd flight of the dove and 4th flight or pre-flight of the black bird or raven and also known as the veil of Yesod or in modern day terms: the corporate veil.

ShiJuEr ();[12] "10 gigantic spreads then-make:"

  • YangZuo () "Yang spread," the waxing or wax-on portion of indirect light, which in earthly terms is the enlightening of the Southern hemisphere.
    • Yang () lower portion of Sepherah Yesod (יסוד) is the waxing or wax-on part of the lunar cycle; the 1st flight of the dove and 2nd flight of the dove.

An ordering of the 5 elements is a follows but is not limited to such an ordering.

Eastern Hemisphere

Eastern hemisphere headquarters is parthonogenic; both females of Yin-Yin: (-) comprising:

including both:

Great water: TaiShui

9.2.1 DPI: When the water wind [13](רוחה) or spirit ShuiLing () is combined with TaiShuiXing (); the "great water element," an element of the 5 elements, the result is TaiShuiXingLing (); the “great water element, going or walk, wind or spirit.”

TaiShui (; HanGul: 태수: TaeSu); the "great water" of the great 5 elements of Chinese philosophy diagrammatically is in the north to the east quadrant portion of the 5 elements picture WuXingTu ().

TaiShui () great water is the Yin () polarity of the YinLi (); "Yin stand."

Great Wood or Tree: TaiMu

9.2.4 DPI: When the wood or tree and wind [14](רוחה) or spirit MuLing () is combined with TaiMuXing (); the "great wood or tree element," an element of the 5 elements, the result is TaiMuXingLing (); the “great wood or tree element, going or walk, wind or spirit.”

TaiMu (; HanGul: 태목: TaeMok); the "great wood or tree" of the great 5 elements of Chinese philosophy diagrammatically is in the east to the south quadrant portion of the 5 elements picture WuXingTu ().

TaiMu () the great wood or tree is the Yin () polarity of the YangZuo () "Yang spread."

Western Hemisphere

Western hemisphere headquarters include:

Great Fire: TaiHuo

9.2.3 DPI: When the fire wind [15](רוחה) or spirit HuoLing () is combined with TaiHuoXing (); the "great fire element," an element of the 5 elements, the result is TaiHuoXingLing (); the “great fire element, going or walk, wind or spirit.”

TaiHuo (; HanGul: 태화: TaeHoa); the "great fire" of the great 5 elements of Chinese philosophy diagrammatically is in the south to the west quadrant portion of the 5 elements picture WuXingTu ().

TaiHuo () the great fire is the Yang () polarity of the YangZuo () "Yang spread."

Great Metal or Gold: TaiJin

9.2.2 DPI: When the metal or gold wind [16](רוחה) or spirit JinLing () is combined with TaiJinXing () an element of the 5 elements, the result is TaiJinXingLing (); the “great metal or gold element, going or walk, wind or spirit.”

TaiJin (; HanGul: 태금: TaeGuum); the "great metal or gold" of the great 5 elements of Chinese philosophy diagrammatically is in the west to the north quadrant portion of the 5 elements picture WuXingTu ().

TaiJin () great metal or gold is the Yang () polarity of the YinLi (); "Yin stand."

Great Earth TaiTu

9.2.5 DPI: TaiTu () is the place of the idea; Greek: ιδεα [17](Hebrew: ידע) and in the Universal Syphers™ is the “5th element” or quintessence, literally “5th essence;” Latin: “quinta essential.” The 5th classical element is known by various other names: aether [18](עתר); Greek: αιθηρ, or hieron; Greek: ιερον; “a divine thing.”

The great earth TaiTu (; HanGul: 태토: TaeTo) of the great 5 elements of Chinese philosophy diagrammatically is the center (中心: ZhongXin) of the 5 elements WuXingTu () and is divided by the 2 attributes LiangYi (); “Yin and Yang” into 2 subdivisions:

Yin earth YinTu (UumTo)

9.2.1.1 DPI: YinTu (); “Yin earth” is the negative divided element of TaiTu (); “great earth.”

Yin great earth wind or spirit Yin TaiTu XingLing ( ) is equivalent to the atmospheric area of the magnetosphere.

Yang earth YangTu (YangTo)

9.2.1.2 DPI: YangTu (); “Yang earth” is the positive divided element of TaiTu (); “great earth.”

Yang great earth wind or spirit Yang TaiTu LingXing ( ) is equivalent to the atmospheric area of the exosphere.

HouTian; Latter Heaven's BaGua

GuiShu BaGua (龜書八卦)
LuoShu Turtle Writing

9.3 DPI: The after (μετα: meta-) or latter heaven HouTian () is an extension (מטה); “rod,”[19] as an extension or “tribe,”[20] as an extension of the family or expanse of the former heaven[21] and the source of all metaphysics of which the latter eight BaGua () divinations are the denominations.

2nd-7th/7 Biblical day periods in the Period of Released Creation (ברא) covers the period of time of 4 billion years before present to the present and after in the latter solar system of Genesis 1:7 composed with the HouTian (); “latter heaven’s” 8 celestial divinations formatted in two types, the GuiShu BaGua () format and the ZhengYi BaGua () format.

GuiShu BaGua; Turtle Writing Format

The turtle writing[22] () diagram of the HouTian () latter heaven’s celestial order of 8 divinations () order of 8 () Gua () binary figures or divinatory symbols called GuiShu BaGua ()[23] consist of 8 latter heaven (אחר; μετα) celestial divinations () of concepts attributed to the time of emperor FuXi (, BC AYN 2760-BC AYN 2697) and operates in the lunar calendar in the northern hemisphere.

ShuiGua; Water Divination

9.3.1 DPI: 1st/8 Gua () divinations ShuiGua () is parsed of Shui (; HanGul: 수, Su); meaning: “water” and Gua (); “divination” for “water divination.”

TianGua; Heaven Divination

9.3.2 DPI: 2nd/8 Gua () divinations TianGua () is parsed of Tian (; HanGul: 천: Cheon); meaning: “heaven” and Gua (); “divination” for “heaven divination.”

DuoGua; Pond Divination

9.3.3 DPI: 3rd/8 Gua () divinations DuoGua () is parsed of Duo (; HanGul: 택, Taek); meaning: “pond” and Gua (); “divination” for “pond divination.”

DiGua; Earth Divination

9.3.4 DPI: 4th/8 Gua () divinations DiGua () is parsed of Di (; HanGul: 지: Ji); meaning: (latter) "earth” and Gua (); “divination” for “earth divination.”

HuoGua; Dry or Sky Divination

9.3.5 DPI: 5th/8 Gua () divinations HuoGua () is parsed of Huo (; HanGul: 화: Hoa); meaning: “fire” and Gua (); “divination” for “fire divination.”

FengGua; Wind Divination

9.3.6 DPI: 6th/8 Gua () divinations FengGua (]) is parsed of Feng (; HanGul: 풍: Pung); meaning: “wind” and Gua (); “divination” for “wind divination.”

LeiGua; Thunder Divination

9.3.7 DPI: 7th/8 Gua () divinations LeiGua () is parsed of Lei (; HanGul: 뢰, Roi or 뇌, Noi); meaning: “thunder” and Gua (); “divination” for “thunder divination.”

ShanGua; Mountain Divination

9.3.8 DPI: 8th/8 Gua () divinations ShanGua () is parsed of Shan (; HanGul: 산: San); meaning: “mountain” and Gua (); “divination” for “mountain divination.”

ZhengYi BaGua; Correct Dynamics Format

ZhengYi BaGua (正易八卦)

Correct dynamics () diagram of the HouTian () latter heaven’s celestial order of 8 divinations () order of 8 () Gua () binary figures or divinatory symbols called ZhengYi BaGua ()[24] consist of 8 latter heaven (אחר; μετα) celestial divinations () of concepts attributed to the time of Yu the Great (, BC AYN 2224-BC AYN 2124) and operates in the tropical solar calendar in the northern hemisphere.

LuoShu Square

LuoShu Correct Dynamics

Each Gua () divination has peripheral points or dots that are attributes of the Lo Shu Square.

LuoShu/Lo Shu Square (, לע-שע); parsing: Luo (); “river” (a city in ShanXi province) and Shu (); “writings” for “river writings” or 9 halls diagram (: Guan )[25] is the mathematical magic square of order 3, originating during the time of Yu the Great ( BC AYN 2224-BC AYN 2124) in connection with the BaGua () 8 divinations or trigrams.

LuoShu[26] () is connected numerologically with the BaGua () 8 divinations and trigrams arranged in 8 outer cells of dot matrix figurate numbers having anti- or counter-clockwise rotation like the winds of a hurricane in the Northern hemisphere utilize counterclockwise wind flow in Ren (); "north" of the Sepherah Yesod/RenGan ().

The sum of any 2 cells of the GuiShu BaGua () format dot matrix figurate numbers; top and bottom, right and left, or opposite corners is 10, or 15 when adding the center 5 figurate number. The sum of all the cells of dot matrix figurate numbers is 40, or 45 when adding the center 5 figurate number.

Latter Celestial LiuShiSiGua; 64 Divinatory Symbols

Latter Celestial LiuShiSiGua

9.4 DPI: The “latter celestial” (並行: BingXingShen); literally: the “proceeding spirit” configurations of the 64 divinatory symbols LiuShiSiGua () in the 1st/5 WuXing (),[27] the TuXing () porch[28] (קור-אכסדראות) or the 1st/5 steps the foundation of the pyramid of the Sun.

Similar to the 1st/6 configurations of the 64 LiuShiSiGua, the FuXi LongJie sequence; the 1st/4 former celestial sequences as the squared (82) extension of the LongTu BaGua the dragon diagram BaGua in the 2nd/2 former celestial orders so too is the squared (82) extension of GuiShu BaGua the turtle writing BaGua; the 2nd/2 latter celestial orders to the MingCheng/King Wen sequence, the 5th/6 configurations of the 64 LiuShiSiGua I Ching/YiJing in the 1st/2 latter celestial sequences corresponding with the ASCII Decimals 64-127.

MingCheng/King Wen Sequence

9.4.1 DPI: 5th/6 configurations of the 64 divinatory symbols; LiuShiSiGua (): MingCheng ([29] [30]) “named protocols” sequence. MingCheng (); Hebrew transliteration: is SH-M-TH [31](שמת); “names” and SH-M-U-TH [32](שמות); “names or naming,[33] is the sense of the usage, or as used biblically; means: Exodus, see BC AYN 1499.

The MingCheng sequence is also known as the Wen (; WenWang); the “writing or literature sequence () named after King Wen (, BC AYN 1098BC AYN 1049) and the founder of the Zhou Dynasty (זו, ) of China. The King Wen sequence is used by the I Ching (); literally: YiJing; “dynamic warp[34] or pass through” (Ancient Greek: δυναμικος: [35]דענמך) classic.

The MingCheng/King Wen sequence (/) relates to String theory with the Heterotic SO(32) integrated into the second duality of T-duality.[36]

The MingCheng/King Wen sequence consists of 2 protocols (): the ShangCheng (); “upper[37] (עליון) protocols” containing the 1st–30th/64 dynamic binary figures () and the “XiaCheng (); lower” [38](תחתים) protocols containing the 31st–64th/64 dynamic binary figures ().

12 Earthly Branches or Divisions: DiZhi

12 Divisions (十二支)

9.5 DPI: 12 earthly branches or divisions DiZhi () or ShiErZhi (); the "12 supportive pay dispersive divisions or revenue branch divisions" are the meeting places or conference called Hui (, חוי). In the United States of American these are substantiated as the 12 federal reserve banks.

The 12 earthly branch divisions DiZhi () beginning with Zi (), Chou ()… through Hai () are the divisions, regions, localities or grades ()[39] of the earth () also called ShiErZhi () are associated with the Chinese zodiac by the use of the 12 animal signs called ShengXiao (); meaning: “life (חי), lifetime or birth” and “resemble or look like,”

The ShiErZhi () 12 divisions are used as a system for reckoning time in Chinese and was built by observations of the orbit (軌道: GuiDao) of Jupiter; Chinese pinyin; MuXing (). Astronomers rounded the orbit of Jupiter of 11.86 years to 12 years: a year for each division ().

The 12 divisions ShiErZhi () also identified with the 12 lunar months of the year, the Chinese 12 double-hours[40] called ShiChen (), 12 divisions of directions and the 12 animals as mnemonics for the system ().

Earthly Branches

When used as an earthly branch division () for the time of a day, a period is spread an hour before to an hour after the center time position. For instance, Zi () the mouse means the midnight point position; a period spread 11pm to 1am or 2300 to 0100 hours; 0000 hour plus and minus an hour.

When used as an earthly branch division (地支) for a spatial direction Fang (), the period is spread 30° out of the center point position plus and minus 15 degrees, were North is 0° (= 360°) ZiFang () is the region or locality of 345° to 15°.

12 Court Cards

The 12 divisions () correspond to the 12 court cards or face cards of the minor arcana [41](מנער אר-כנע) tarot.[42] Biblically the 12 divisions () are referred to as the phrase: the "face of the earth."[43]

24 GanZhi

9.6 DPI: When 8/10 heavenly stems are combined[44] with the 4 ordinal directions and the 12 divisions ShiErZhi (十二支) for a total of 24 Stem-branches, the resultant 24 GanZhi () directions equals the 12 divisions ShiErZhi (十二支) and the 8 Stems + 4 ordinal directions and are used for single hours and 15-degree arcs of time and space.[45]

The 24 stem-branches GanZhi () are also referred to as the 24 Zuo (); “seats” or “thrones” [46] in the Universal Syphers™. Each Zuo () seat-throne is represented by 1 of the 24 Greek letters in the Universal Syphers™, all together called the 24 Watcher Chiefs.

The stem-branches GanZhi (干支) are also used for the Sexagenary cycle; a cyclic numeral system similar to the Sumerian mathematical system called Sexagesimal, based on 60[47] combinations of the 2 basic cycles; 6 times the 10 stems combined with 5 times the 12 branches. The Chinese Sexagenary cycle was first used for days in the Shang Dynasty[48] and latter also used for years and months.

Tetrahedron

9.7 DPI: In geometry, a tetrahedron (plural: tetrahedra or tetrahedrons) is a polyhedron composed of four triangular faces, three of which meet at each corner or vertex. It has six edges and four vertices. The tetrahedron is the simplest of all the ordinary convex polyhedra and the only one that has four faces.

SPN Tetrahedron

9.7.1 DPI: XiaoRen () the small human is illustrated in the Universal Syphers™ Theme encompassing the Hebrew letter paths of the Samekh (ס), the Pe (פ) and the Nun (נ) path-lines strung together as the Semitic root tri-consonantal term SPN (ספן); the "ceiling,"[49] whose variable forms include the ship [50](הספינה: the spine) of Uranus of TianSanYi (); "heaven three one," the Caspian [51](כספן); "money" Sea of Neptune of DiSanEr (); "earth three two" and the Homo Sapiens (ספינות); "ship" of Pluto and the sapindus mukorossi of RenSanSan (); "earth three three."

Uranus Orbit Plane: TianSanYi; “Heaven Three One”

9.7.2 DPI: TianSanYi (, 천삼일);[52] "heaven three one" where heaven three () is the heaven that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the far outer solar system and the one () is the 1st/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 7th/9 orbital plane or destiny TianWangXing (); "heavens's king planet" of Uranus, associated with the secondary color of orange or amber [53](חשמל).

Neptune Orbital Plane: TianSanYi; “Earth Three Two”

9.7.3 DPI: DiSanEr (, 지삼이);[52] "earth three two" where earth three () is the earth that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the far outer solar system and the two () is the 2nd/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 8th/9 orbital plane or destiny HaiWangXing (); "ocean or sea king planet" of Neptune, with the secondary color of yellow.

Kuiper Belt Orbit Plane: TianSanYi; “Man Three Three”

9.7.4 DPI: RenSanSan (, 인삼삼);[52] "earth three three" where earth three () is the earth that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the far outer solar system and the three () is the 3nd/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 9th/9 orbital plane or destiny MingWangXing (); "dark king planet" of Pluto, the area of resonance with the Kuiper belt, associated with the secondary color of magenta, violet or purple [54](אר-גמן; “light-GMN,” compounded as: ארגמן).

References

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 80, pp. 162, 307
  2. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) pp. 14, 864
  3. Go; הלך Hebrew Strong's #1980
  4. Walk; תהלך Psalms 73:9
  5. Step; הליך Hebrew Strong's #1978 (Footsteps: עקבותיך) Psalms 77:19
  6. Ezekiel 37:9, Jeremiah 49:36, Hebrew Strong's #7307 4 winds of heaven (without the center earth wind)
  7. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) Diagram 147, pp 323
  8. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) Diagram 138, pp 299
  9. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 279
  10. Numbers 33:46
  11. Kum Sung New Ace Character Dictionary 1989, pp 1535
  12. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 118
  13. Jeremiah 52:23 Hebrew Strong’s #7308 (Ezekiel 42:17 north) side, wind, spirit or mind Daniel 5:20
  14. Jeremiah 52:23 Hebrew Strong’s #7308 (Ezekiel 42:16 east) side, wind, spirit or mind Daniel 5:20
  15. Jeremiah 52:23 Hebrew Strong’s #7308 (Ezekiel 42:18 south) side, wind, spirit or mind Daniel 5:20
  16. Jeremiah 52:23 Hebrew Strong’s #7308 (Ezekiel 42:19 west) side, wind, spirit or mind Daniel 5:20
  17. Knowledge Hebrew Strong’s #3045
  18. Joshua 15:42 6281 abundant, Judges 13:8 Hebrew Strong's #6279 entreat, supplicate or plead
  19. Exodus 4:2
  20. Numbers 2:5
  21. see 6.3 DPI
  22. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) pp 732; ①글
  23. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 137, pp 298, 158
  24. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) page 228
  25. Judgement Hall (πραιτωριον); praitorion, John 18:28
  26. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) diagram 139, pp 305, Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) pp 864
  27. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 147
  28. John 5:2 (אכסדראות בעלות עמודים) Bible Society of Israel (1991), (אלמים); Hebrew New Testament-Delitzsch
  29. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 274; 1 이름; name, (famous), Wictionary: 1. name, rank, title, position
  30. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 1109; 칭1 일컫다; call, Wictionary: 1. call 2. name, brand 3. address 4. say
  31. Exodus 28:11
  32. Genesis 2:20
  33. Nowadays such a term is used in distributed computing to identify services within a network, Communications and networking for PC, New Riders Publishing, Jordan and Churchill (1994), see Network Area
  34. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 1171
  35. Root stem of Strong’s 3049; Knowing
  36. see Superloops ShiGan TaiJi
  37. 1 Chronicles 7:24
  38. Genesis 6:16
  39. New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 674; ① Garuda: 가르다; divide, same as the winged disk or bird: Garuda (vainateyah) in the Bhagavad Gita 10.30
  40. Similar to the Sumerian Double-hours, When Time Began pp 9
  41. Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdued or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665
  42. See Yahuda Kingdom and the Four Worlds
  43. Genesis 6:1, Exodus 33:16, Numbers 12:3, Numbers 22:5
  44. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 (1991) diagram 136, page 297; 최초의 그림과 맞추어 본다
  45. See Second National Continuing Courses Departures
  46. Revelation 4:4 (כסאות); thrones or houses
  47. When Time Began 05-01, When Time Began 05-02, When Time Began 05-05, When Time Began pp 9-10, 84, 271
  48. Shang Grail
  49. Amos 9:6
  50. Jonah 1:5
  51. Genesis 43:21
  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 270
  53. Ezekiel 1:4
  54. Jeremiah 10:9, Esther 8:15

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