Hexagrams i-ching and chronology of time.
This section of website results information about various chronological
cycles and calendar tables which are correlated with hexagrams of the
Chinese Book of Changes i-ching.
Namely this section shows various charts according to which 64 hexagrams i-ching can be coordinated with calendar dates and chronology of events in human life.
Calendar chronologic tables are shown on separate pages.
First page compares solar chronological cycle or 365 days of
annual astronomical movement of the sun with hexagrams of the Chinese
Book of Changes i-ching, and also with meteorological atmospheric
processes which determine alterations of weather.
And also hexagrams i-ching and calendar numbers of solar chronological cycle are compared with "three foundations and five constancies" of the Chinese Confucian philosophy.
Second page shows ratio of symbols of the Chinese Book of Changes i-ching with architectural chronological system of the step pyramid of Kukulkan and geodetic measurements of the Earth, and also with the Qumran calendar and astronomical cycle of Uranus according to which it is possible to calculate epochs and eras of evolutional development of human civilization.
Third page shows spheres or geometrical spatial arrangements in which hexagrams of the Book of Changes i-ching are compared with five substances of Chinese philosophy and zodiac signs within astrological circle.
And also with mathematical numbers according to which 64 hexagrams are sequenced in the Chinese Book of Changes, namely consecutive order which has been created by King Wen who was legendary emperor of ancient China.
Fourth page shows chronologic table according to which hexagrams of the Book of Changes i-ching in five spatial spheres correspond with zodiacal symbols or otherwise to tell animalistic signs of traditional Chinese calendar. And namely correspond with twelve zodiacal animals of Chinese astrology.
And also this page shows schematic charts according to which hexagrams i-ching form symmetric geometrical ratios in five spatial spheres.
Fifth page shows positions of 64 hexagrams in tables which are prospective reconstructions of mantic predictive systems Lian Shan and Gui Cang which alongside with the Book of Changes i-ching existed in ancient China, and which could be used not only for predictions or divinations, but also for designations of chronological cycles and periods of time in calendars.
Sixth page shows charts and tables in which hexagrams of the Book of Changes i-ching are compared to astronomical phases of the moon and celestial sectors of lunar zodiac which alongside with solar zodiacal signs was known in astrology of ancient world. And also this page shows ratio of chronological periods of lunar astronomical cycle with ciphers of dominoes and card deck of minor Tarot Arcana.
Seventh page shows interrelations of 64 Chinese hexagrams i-ching and physiognomic symbols of emotional expressions of a face with astronomical cycle of the planet Uranus and zodiacal "point of human life" within astrological circle in celestial birth maps and horoscopes of people.
As example celestial birth map of the French artist or painter Paul Gauguin is shown.
Eighth page shows configurations of geometrical spatial spheres according to which hexagrams of the Chinese Book of Changes i-ching and physiognomic symbols of emotions of a human face correspond with names of twelve apostles and signs of zodiac, and also with planets and jewels or precious stones in walls of Heavenly Jerusalem, that corresponds with calendar numbers of biblical chronological cycle.
Ninth page describes ratio of days and years of biblical chronological cycle with periods of Christian liturgical calendar and chronology of new era from the birth of Jesus Christ, and also with symbols of Cabbalistic Sefirot and divine aeons which are mystical image of the God in the context of Christian Gnostic philosophy.
Hexagrams of the Chinese canon of changes i-ching in the shown charts and
chronologic tables are necessary for correlation with phenomena and events which
form life of people. In particular with convulsion of nature or eruptions of
volcanoes and earthquakes, meteorological alterations of weather and natural
disasters or catastrophes, train crashes at railways and accidents of passenger
planes at aviation airlines, social cataclysms and political revolutions,
variations of public opinions and emotions of human society, and also many other
Namely it is necessary to collect statistics of those or other events, and to correlate with various logic sequences of hexagrams of the canon of changes i-ching in the shown charts and chronologic tables, and as a result it is possible to predict and foretell eruptions of volcanoes and earthquakes, meteorological alterations of weather and natural disasters, train crashes and accidents of airplanes, social cataclysms and political revolutions, variations of public opinions and emotional moods of human society.