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Spring: Huan / Oracle
Table of Contents
- Long after the sky stretches his long arch, and the earth
rounds her mounted ponds, living things flourish as the accounted
of Chinese Verse
Image: Huan -
Huan February 5 - 12 - Under the power code of Tempered
Strength, Thunder over Heaven Hexagram, February brings
about the coldest season of a year...
Year Cycle of Natal Destiny - Huan
to Interpret the Natal Oracle (text and
charts) - As we see from the numerical values mapped
around the hexagram, Wind over Water, from 59, 5, and
2/2, to F6, 19, and 63b, the entire history of I Ching
is speaking numerically here...
Analysis (text and charts) - In
Animal and Vegetation wheels, top trigrams begin to spin first,
right to left. While in Solar and Lunar wheels
- lower trigrams rotate, and with solar from
left to right, or counter clockwise loop ...
Huan - Oracle
BY PURPLE YANG
King Wen placed the Huan Hexagram, Wind over Water,
into his numerical order, he carried through a specific power
code of human lifespan before the cycle of 60. This 60-cycle
is played out by the numerical exchange between ten fingers
and their relating body parts on one side and twelve months
and meridians on the other. Equally speaking, when five fingers
are working on particular six senses, or five toes on the other
six, the completion is a combination of ten and twelve. When
the basic five senses add the sixth one, whether head-on thought
or gut-looped feeling, or left brain of thinking or right brain
of intuiting, five fingers and toes complete the four-cornered
stretching cross, while six senses on both ends deliver twelve
lyric meridians or musical notes.
the Tao Te Ching
A good traveler leaves no trace.
A good speaker is without artifice.
A good diviner needs no tool.
A good guardian uses no locks, yet their doors cannot
be pried open. A good weaver binds no edge, yet their
fabric does not unravel.
Therefore, the sage is good at rescuing people with no
abandon. Nothing of value is lost. This is called
being in the tow of enlightenment.
Chapter 27:1-2: PRINCIPLE