Razing Cycle or Period XiangKe (相克)
2.3 DPI: In the modern reference source of oriental ideology called TianFuJing (天符經; HanGul: 천부경; HanGul pinyin: CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) interpreted as heaven’s evidence or identification of warp or pass through, is the concept of the razing cycle XiangKe (相克) of 5 periods of 5 Elements; WuXing (五行) corresponding to the concept as eschatology; which literally means the study of the eschaton; the times of the end; last days or end times of razing.
The term eschatology is composed of eschat; “last” or the English phonetic spelling of the Hebrew term “the Succoth” (הסכת) and “logy;” the English suffix of the Greek: logos; “count, tell, say, or speak, word” or “the study thereof.”
Succoth (הסכת) is in the 2nd/10 Sepherah Chockmah (חכמה)/NieGan (乙干) of the Universal Syphers™ Second National Course and in Hebrew the non articled singular neutral of Succoth (הסכת) is succ (סך); meaning booth or tabernacle, and has the same phonetic sound of the Korean term; pinyin: Suc (宿; Xiu) HanGul: 숙; meaning “lodge.”
Suc (宿: 숙, סך); Booth or Lodge
This Suc (宿: 숙); “booth or Lodge” is the Chinese astrological rest stop (see 6.6 DPI) and illustrates the character of eschat; “astrological.” Eschat; “last” refers to the “last days” of the astrological age (see 6.5 DPI) succeeded by the “first days” of the construction cycle or period (see 3rd/32 PI) of the next new astrological age.
Lifespan of Brahma
In Hindu units of measurement of time using the lifespan of Brahma (ברא-חמא), razing eschatology is the 1st/2 parardha; 1 through 50 years of the lifespan of Brahma.
Parardha; 50 Brahma years equals 18,000 Brahma days and when divided by 5 WuXing (五行) XiangKe (相克) periods of the razing cycle equals 3000 Brahma days for each Xing (行) element.
A parardha is such a tremendous amount of time; 155.52 trillion years, that this gives rise to the static universe and subsequent steady state theory; also known as the Infinite universe theory in which the universe has no beginning and no end, see 6.4.2 DPI.
An ordering of the 5 elements and their 5 color divisions is as follows (but is not limited to such an ordering):
1st/5 Razing Elements of Earth: TuKe
2nd/5 Razing Elements of Water: ShuiKe
3rd/5 Razing Elements of Fire: HuoKe
4th/5 Razing Elements of Metal: JinKe
5th/5 Razing Elements of Wood: MuKe