Annual Report (AR) beginning:
January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 2761 BCE) Gregorian calendar.
5thEcclesiastical Lunar New Year
57th/60 years; GengShen (庚申) of the Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia (六十花甲) -2 begins:
5 February (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: 陰曆) is the prepared straight (正: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正一) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正月) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi (陰曆).
132nd/950 years of Noah (נוח) is 458 years before the Biblical Deluge.
1st/64 years of the reign FuXi (伏羲, בחשי, same normalized Hebrew root-stem of Kish: חיש); "hidden breath or vapor" or FuHsi (see Enki BC AYN 10,856) a.k.a: TaiHaoShi (太皞氏) the 1st/3 Sovereigns (三皇: SanHuang) of ancient China. According to the Chinese Classic of History (書經) called ShangShu (尚書; HanGul: SangSeo 상서); “esteemed documents,” FuXi (伏羲) is the 1st/3 Sovereigns or “august (皇: Huang) emperors.”
The 64 years of the lifespan of FuXi ((伏羲) is calibrated with 64 Gua (卦) hexagrams of the LiuShiSiGua (六十四卦) divided into 64 Gua divinatory symbols one for each year of life.
FuXi (伏羲) is the fulfillment of the Period of Preparation for the Sovereign.
FuXi along with the other 2 constituents of the SanHuang (三皇) of ancient China are the Chinese figures for 3 beings of later liturgical historical usage wherein:
FuXi's Mother HuaXu
FuXi’s (伏羲) mother HuaXu (华胥); “illustriously flowery mutually” walked and made a VIP footmark in the thunder pool LeiZe (雷泽) and give birth to PaoXi (庖羲); “cuisine vapor,” surname: Feng (风/風) “wind,” in the ChengJì (成纪); “finished annals or records.” FuXi’s (伏羲) birthplace ChengJì ((成纪) is textually researched to DaDiWan (大地湾), TianShui (天水) City, GanSu (甘肃) Province. FuXi (伏羲) meaning “hidden breath or vapor” is the Chinese version of the Sumerian Enki (ענקי).
Book of Lineages and the Sovereign Series
Universal Syphers™ uses the Chinese classic references of ShiBen the book of Lineages (世本); “generation’s origins” and DiWangShiXi the Sovereign series (帝王世系) which count the Three Sovereigns as:
The ShangShu DaZhuan (尚書 大傳) and BaiHu TongYi (白虎 通義) 2nd variation replace NuWa the 1st/3 Sovereigns of the SanHuang (三皇) with SuiRen (燧人), the inventor of fire, and with ZhuRong (祝融); “pray for happiness and blessings;” further decomposed as: “show elder brother” harmony or blend, the Chinese god of fire and ruler of the southern hemisphere since pre-Qin mythology according to the BaiHu TongYi (白虎 通義) 1st variation.
- ↑ Genesis 5:32
- ↑ according to YunDou Shu (運斗 樞) and YuanMing Bao (元命 苞)
- ↑ The son of crown prince Tae-U-Ui (太虞儀, וי, TaiYuYi), is Tae-Ho (TaiYu) who annexes territory held by Hua (ancestors of the Han Chinese) chieftain ZhuiRen (Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors, SuiRen: 燧人). TaiYu (Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors/3,6) introduces animal husbandry and agriculture to the annexed area, also devising the Eight Trigrams. In Chinese history, TaeHo; “ox tamer” is also known as FuXi
- ↑ Full text of ShangShu in Chinese and English: Chinese Text Project
- ↑ Ancient Korea and the Dawn of Human History on the Pamirs, Chung Yenkyu (2007) page 65
- ↑ Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors/6
- ↑ Genesis 3:1, Isaiah 14:12
- ↑ Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors/5