7th/12 Earthly Branches WuZhi

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7th/12 DiZhi (地支); Earthly Branches WuZhi (午支)

7th/12 DiZhi () earthly Branches Wu (; HanGul: 오: O); meaning: noon;[1] time of day when the sun is at zenith, which is the WuZhi () regional division or branch () covering the ShiChen () double-hour period of 11:00 AM through 1:00 PM or 165° through 195° of a compass circle.

WuZhi () corresponds in image to the Queen of swords or spades of the minor arcane tarot.

7th/12 earthly branches generations, WuZhi () illustrated by the minor arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) face or court cards of the Queen of Swords or Spades attributed to Rahab (רחב); "room or broad" which according to Luke as elucidated by John of Damascus is Salmon (שלמון), the 30th/76 unionized generations or folds [2](הרבים/רבון) since Allahim (אלהים) until Yeshua (ישוע) through Mary the mother of Yeshua in the matrilineal genealogy of Yeshua.

7th/12 earthly branches generations of Adam's Tarot, WuZhi (), the Queen of Swords court card, equivalent to the 2nd/3 astrological signs fixed (, ח) of the 1st/4 classical elements of fire (), all attributed to Salmon (שלמון), are analogous to the p-block orbital shell containing the 11th/12 Other metals of Ununpentium Uup 115 in sub-shell 7p2/6 top electron configuration.

Salmon (שלמון) is associated with Solomon's stables, the Rahab (רחב); "room or broad" for the horses of Salmon; Shalmaneser I, reigning BC AYN 1279 through BC AYN 1250. By the time of Israel's King Solomon's (שלמה, BC AYN 1048-BC AYN 1009) stables in Jerusalem located near the south (direction of WuFang ) wall of Solomon's Temple, they were part of a larger stable bestowment [3](ינחה) that also consisted of the 3 chariot cities[4] (North to South) of Hazor (חצר), Megiddo (מגדו) and Gezer (גזר). These Iron age stables may have numbered 4000[4] stalls (אריות) at the time of Salmon (שלמון); Shalmaneser I (שלמונו-אשרדו) and 40,000[5] stalls (ארות) by the time of Israel's King Solomon and numbered 12,000 horsemen (פרשים).

7th/12 earthly branches generations in providential history represents the 400 Year Period of the Divided Christian Empire of East and West.

7th/12 earthly branches generations on the national level extent is represented in ShiErHuanGuo (, 십이환국);[6] the "12 strong nations" by JuMouEGuo (, 구모액국); the "sentence to obtain or to seek inscribed tablet or specified amount country."

WuZhi () division when centered upon the GanZhi () stem-branch division of time of 1130 to 1230 hours i.e. 1200 hours plus and minus a half hour is the hour of WuShi (), GMT+0 time zone of Greenwich Mean Time, the Prime Meridian including Monrovia out of the south to Casablanca then north to Lisbon and London and Edinburgh and finally Reykjavik.

WuFang () direction when centered upon GanZhi () stem-branch division of space is 172.5° to 187.5° (180° plus and minus 7.5°) or the geographic terrestrial longitudinal 15° gore of 0° E/W plus and minus 7.5° (7.5° E to 7.5° W) and in the nautical time zone system is UTC+00:00 the area of West Africa including West Nigeria, Benin, West Niger and Togo, Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire to Mali and Eastern Mauritania and out of the south to Eastern Morocco then north to Spain and Algeria then north to England and Scotland and in which the one-hour step corresponds to a time zone width of 15° longitude uninterrupted pole-to-pole.

ShengXiao () Chinese zodiac animal mnemonic for Wu () is Ma (); "horse" of the scientific classification the (domestic) horse is the species Equus caballus of the genus Equus and the family equidae.

References

12 Earthly Branches Revenue Court
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Also See

  1. Period of Noah's Family Generations

Footnotes

  1. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 236;
  2. "Manifold" (הרבים) Nehemiah 9:19, "manifold" (רבון) Psalms 104:24
  3. Hebrew Strong's #5148 1 Kings 10:26
  4. 4.0 4.1 1 Kings 9:25
  5. 1 Kings 4:26
  6. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991), page 317

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