BC AYN 2115
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
Reu or Ragau
59th/239 years of Reu (רעו) or Ragau (Ραγαυ: רגו) the son of Peleg (פלג) when the Jubilee tower of Babel incident where YHVH (יהוה, through Jiao; normalized Hebrew: יהו) did “confound (בלל ,נבלה) their language” (שפתם) occurred after 43 years of building according to the Book of Jubilees Chapter 10 verse 18-27.
This occurred in the 1st year of the 4th week of the 34th Jubilee; the “22nd/49 years” of the Jubilee after the 4th year of the 2nd week of the 33rd Jubilee; the “11th/49 years” of the Jubilee making the difference between the two references 60 years (38 + 22) after the birth of Reu (רעו) the son of Peleg (פלג) in BC AYN 2174 including the birth year of Reu.
6th Raven Generation
Xiang of Xia Dynasty
8th year of King Xiang’s (相) regime (רגם) in the Xia Dynasty (夏朝: XiaChao), when HanZhuo’s (寒浞) son Jiao (浇; normalized Hebrew: יהו); “spray or sprinkle water,” killed (הרגו) HouYi (后羿) similar to when Krishna (כרשנא) died as a result of a freak bow hunting accident in BC AYN 3101 sense HouYi (后羿, as XiaoYi: 小一; The Sun XIX, 日) was a legendary Chinese archer and a leader of DongYi (東夷) who shot nine of the ten ravens or 3 legged sun-birds (三足烏: SanZuWu). The nine ravens or 3-legged sun-birds are exemplified by JiuTian (九天); the "9 heavens" in the Universal Syphers™.
HouYi and Wife ChangE
HouYi’s wife ChangE (嫦娥, 항아); “moon (☽) goddess (嫦) of beauty” (娥; “みめよい MiMeYoi, יפי) or ChangNgo (also the name of a lunar crater), also known as HengE (姮娥: “mistress of beauty”), is the mother of ShaoHao (少皞, see BC AYN 2556) and the Chinese lunar deity of the moon.
HouYi Chief of YouQiongGuo
Xiang’s capital is ShangQiu (商丘). During the reign of King Xiang of Xia Dynasty HouYi is referred to as the chief of the YouQiongGuo (有窮國); “exist or is poor, destitute or impoverished nation or state.”
FuShang Tree and the 10 Ravens
Chinese legend has 10 birds (typically ravens) living in the FuSang tree (扶桑; support mulberry tree), and as 9 rested, the 10th would carry the sun on its journey. This legend has similarities with the Chinese tale of the hero HouYi (后羿) sometimes referred to as the archer, who is credited with saving the world by shooting down 9 of the suns when in a day all 10 took to the air simultaneously.
Emperor Ku (BC AYN 2393-BC AYN 2323) is considered the father of the 10 black birds (10 raven generations of Shem שם through Abram אברם) called XuanNiao (玄鳥, הערב; “raven” BC AYN 2303) via the 1st raven (רעון) generation JianDi (简狄); “simple succinct letter of the fire dog” the wife of YiLu (乙履) the ancestral daughter of GaoXinShi (高辛氏); “Emperor Ku” and his wife JiangYuan (姜嫄); “ginger (Zingiber officinale) empress;” (an ancient queen mother). Yuan (嫄) is decomposed of girl (女) and field (原)” with a recomposed meaning of a “field girl;” a “ginger field girl.” The black birds XuanNiao (玄鳥, העיט); “the ravenous” fowls” in BC AYN 1928 descended  (נרדה BC AYN 2115) through the matrilineal lineage of JianDi (简狄) the 1st/13 raven (רעון) generations concluding with ZhuGui (主癸) the father of King Tang (BC AYN 1677) of Shang the 1st ruler and founder of the Shang Dynasty, the original source of the ShiGan (十干); “10 shields” or TianGan (天干); “heavens (10) stems” of the Chinese representing the 10 clan or tribes of Shang.