Period of Chaos Matched with Chance and Randomness

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5th Period of Chaos Matched with Chance and Randomness

5th/21 Periods of the Cosmos, the 5th/7 Periods of Restrained Quantum Gravity is the Period of Chaos Matched with Chance and Randomness, symbolized by the 5th/7 double (כפולות) letters[1] (ספרים) of Pe (פ) matched with Pe-dagesh (פּ) paired respectively (former rain and latter rain) with chaos () matched with chance and randomness (indetermination,[2] , tohu:[3] תהו) gives birth to or produces () the Period of Potentiality Matched with Symmetry Breaking.

Chaos[4] (Χαος: [5]כעש, כוש) as the idealized (: divine image)[6] anthropomorphized nature[7] (: divine character,[8] Sumerian: Mummu,[9] מאומ-מו), a member of the Protogenoi (Πρωτογενοι,) that produced the Greek idealized anthropomorphic natural 4 diagrammed images SiXiang ()[10] descendents of:

  • Erebus (Eρεβος, [11]ערב) attributed with mists [12](אד) of darkness (חשך, Genesis 1:2, , FengBai: ) correlates with the XiaoYang (); the “lesser positive” (indirect light) the 3rd/4 images of TzouYan’s (צו-ין BCE 305-240) naturalistic academy of thought matched with:
    • Nyx (Νυξ); “night,"[13] (ליל, Genesis 1:4-5, 율려: 律呂, LaiLu, ) correlates with the TaiYin (); the “greater negative,” the 4th/4 images of TzouYan’s () naturalistic academy of thought. Erebus (young yang) a long with Nyx (old yin) gives birth to or produced:
  • Aether (Αιθηρ, עתר) the sky god () attributed with mists (אד) of light (אור, Genesis 1:3-5, ) correlated with the TaiYang (); the “greater positive” (direct light), the 1st/4 images of TzouYan’s naturalistic academy of thought. Aether the son of Erebus and Nyx is matched with:
    • Hemera (Ημερα, המערה) goddess () of the day (יום, Genesis 1:5, ) correlates with the XiaoYin (); the “lesser negative,” the daughter of Erebus and Nyx and sister and consort of Aether is the 2nd/4 images of TzouYan’s naturalistic academy of thought.

5th/21 Day-periods of the Period of the Cosmos in Mayanism is transliterated as the 8th/20 trecenas with the 1st/13 prime predominant of Eb/Malinalli beginning with the 93rd/260 count of days, with the ruling energy deity over the entire trecena of Mayahuel occurring during the 2nd/4 worlds of the Mayan and the 2nd/5 suns of the Aztec.

5th/7 letters of the Hebrew term ABRAShITh (אבראשית); "will be in the beginning, first or origin," of Shin (ש) indexes the first chapter and first word of the Hebrew Torah as the foundational concept restrained, the same as the first seven of 20 periods restrained in the Mayan Underworld Terraces.

The semi-dynamic image (10-12 FPS) of the major arcana [14](אר-כנע) tarot (טרות) trumps that corresponds to the 5th Period of Chaos Matched with Chance and Randomness is Last Judgement symbolized by the Roman numeral XX.

References

Periods of Restrained Quantum Gravity
First Second Third
Period of Conception Matched with Boundaries and Conditions Period of Chaos Matched with Chance and Randomness Period of Potentiality Matched with Symmetry Breaking

Footnotes

  1. Sepher Yetzirah Chapter 4 verse 1
  2. Essentials of Unification Thought p15, Unification Thought Institute (1991)
  3. Hawaiian; Olelo: Makai (מקע); “toward the sea (side),” with the use of the preposition-less (without: מ) Kai (קע); “sea” (water)
  4. Numbers Game, Three Standard Relationships and Pandora's Cube Facets
  5. Genesis 10:6; Hebrew Strong’s #3568: black, Cush, Ethiopia
  6. unification-thought.org 01
  7. Essentials of Unification Thought p15, Unification Thought Institute (1991)
  8. unification-thought.org 02
  9. Primeval Universe Epic
  10. Essentials of Unification Thought p18, Unification Thought Institute (1991)
  11. "Evening" Genesis 1:5 Hebrew Strong’s #6153
  12. Genesis 2:6
  13. In Hesiod's Theogony, Night (Genesis 1:5) is born of Chaos; together with her brother Erebus, Night gives birth to Aether; “atmosphere,” and Hemera; “day.”
  14. Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdue or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665

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