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-- Mysterious Tao threading its way through the ever-changing whole of human and cosmic existence
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dolf
2018-06-01 14:03:44 UTC
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I've just purchased a further translation of Yang HSIUNG titled
"Elemental Changes, The, The Ancient Chinese Companion to the I Ching"
and published within 2 BCE by Michael Nylan and it gives further
illumination to the #81 TETRA that define the HYPOSTATIS AS DAO OF
NATURE (Chinese: ZIRAN) / COURSE (Greek: TROCHOS) OF NATURE (Greek:
GENESIS) [James 3:6]

<http://www.grapple369.com/nature.html>

The Elemental Changes and called the Mystery by its devotees as a true
guide for those seeking the Way of the sages. Today, in the West,
readers will find the Mystery an essential tool for understanding the Tao
as it operates in the cosmos, in the psyche, or in sacred texts like the
l ching. Written in 2 B.C., the Mystery represents the first grand
synthesis of the dominant strands of Chinese thought. As it weaves
together elements of Confucian ism, Taoism, Yin/yang Five Phases theory,
alchemy, and astrology into a systematic, organic whole, all the
fundamental components of early Chinese belief appear within its pages.

As a book of divination, the Mystery provides a method for weighing
alternative courses of action. As a book of philosophy, it conveys a
sense of the elemental changes in life. Intricately structured in
eighty-one tetragrams (four-line graphs), the Mystery accounts for the
movements of the sun, moon, and stars, the shifting rhythms of the
seasons, the alternations of night and day, and the ebb and flow of
cosmic energy—in short, all the dynamic relations of the realms of
Heaven, Earth, and Man. It addresses questions of Fate, assessing the
degree of control that individuals have over their destinies. It
suggests the fabric that binds families, communities, and states
together. As a book of poetry, the Mystery unfolds a literary vision of
seeming simplicity but surpassing depth. The long poem divides into
short sections of rhyming couplets that focus upon a single mundane
event or familiar phenomenon. An ancient Chinese proverb says. “If you
don‘t know what is far away, look for it near by.” It is through the
concrete and the obvious that the Mystery approaches the intangible and
the abstruse. At the same time, Yang Hsiung drew upon his vast knowledge
of archaic texts to construct imagery that is allusive, multilayered,
and complex—a fit paradigm for the mysterious Tao threading its way
through the ever-changing whole of human and cosmic existence.

SO I VERY MUCH LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING THAT COPY OF TEXT.
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YOUTUBE: "The Meerkat Circus"



SEE ALSO AS RELATIONSHIP: *INVALIDATING* {Perennial philosophy (HETEROS
{#390 - ROBBERS} v’s HOMOIOS {#391 - STEWARDS OF GOD’S HOUSE} THEORY OF
NUMBER) as universal of right and wrong...} *THE* *ORTHODOX* *AND*
*ROMAN* *CATHOLIC* *CHURCH'S* *CLAIM* {#390 as 1, #100, #80, #1, #3, #5,
#200 as harpax (G727): {#11 as #242} 1) rapacious, ravenous; 2) a
extortioner, a robber} *TO* *JUBILEE2000* *AS* *BEING* *DELUSIONAL*
*AND* *FRAUDULENT*

Private Street on the edge of the Central Business District dated 16th
May, 2000 - This report is prepared in response to a TP00/55 as a Notice
of an Application for Planning Permit

<http://www.grapple369.com/jubilee2000.html>

SEE ALSO: HYPOSTATIS AS DAO OF NATURE (Chinese: ZIRAN) / COURSE (Greek:
TROCHOS) OF NATURE (Greek: GENESIS) [James 3:6]

Chinese HAN Dynasty (206 BCE - 220CE) Hexagon Trigrams to Tetragram
assignments proposed by Yang Hsiung (53BCE - 18CE) which by 4BCE
(translation published within English as first European language in
1993), first appeared in draft form as a meta-thesis titled T'AI HSUAN
CHING {ie. Canon of Supreme Mystery} on Natural Divination associated
with the theory of number, annual seasonal chronology and astrology
reliant upon the seven visible planets as cosmological mother image and
the zodiac.

It shows the ZIRAN as the DAO of NATURE / COURSE-trochos OF
NATURE-genesis [James 3:6] as HYPOSTATIS comprising #81 trinomial
tetragrammaton x 4.5 day = #364.5 day / year as HOMOIOS THEORY OF NUMBER
which is an amalgam of the 64 hexagrams as binomial trigrams / 81 as
trinomial tetragrammaton rather than its encapsulated contrived use as
the microcosm to redefine the macrocosm as the quintessence of the
Pythagorean [Babylonian] as binomial canon of transposition as HETEROS
THEORY OF NUMBER.

<http://www.grapple369.com/nature.html>

The Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities No. 43 of Act 2006
defines a "PERSON MEANS A HUMAN BEING” and the question is, if it is
permissible to extend this definition to be a "PERSON MEANS A HUMAN
BEING AS A CONSCIOUS REALITY OF HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T] WHO IS INSTANTIATED
WITHIN THE TEMPORAL REALITY AS THEN THE CAUSE FOR REASONING AND
RATIONALITY."

That my mathematical theoretical noumenon defines the meta-descriptor
prototypes which are prerequisite to the BEING of HOMO[iOS] SAPIEN[T] as
EXISTENCE.

<http://www.grapple369.com/Grapple.zip> (Download resources)

After all the ENNEAD of THOTH and not the Roman Catholic Eucharist,
expresses an Anthropic Cosmological Principle which appears within its
geometric conception as being equivalent to the Pythagorean
TETRAD/TETRACTYS.
Lions Growl of Butchers Foul
2018-06-02 00:11:34 UTC
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Post by dolf
I've just purchased a further translation of Yang HSIUNG titled
"Elemental Changes, The, The Ancient Chinese Companion to the I Ching"
and published within 2 BCE by Michael Nylan and it gives further
illumination to the #81 TETRA that define the HYPOSTATIS AS DAO OF
GENESIS) [James 3:6]
Sounds like a book full of gibberish.
Post by dolf
The Elemental Changes and called the Mystery by its devotees as a true
guide for those seeking the Way of the sages. Today, in the West,
readers will find the Mystery an essential tool for understanding the Tao
as it operates in the cosmos, in the psyche, or in sacred texts like the
l ching. Written in 2 B.C., the Mystery represents the first grand
synthesis of the dominant strands of Chinese thought. As it weaves
together elements of Confucian ism, Taoism, Yin/yang Five Phases theory,
alchemy, and astrology into a systematic, organic whole, all the
fundamental components of early Chinese belief appear within its pages.
Yep, definitely a book full of gibberish.

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