The fourth page describes the calendar system which is known in ancient Chinese Book of Supreme Mystery Tai Xuan Jing, and also describes the ancient Egyptian calendar of heavenly Decans, which are ancient numerological calendars. And also the fourth page describes methods for calculations of numerological celestial maps (charts) which are similar to the Egyptian calendar of Decans but are intended for calculations of time in modern numerology.
Nine numerological numbers correspond with astronomical movement of the moon
and the sun that allows to correlate numbers to lunar and solar calendars and to
establish conformity of numbers with movement of time, and also allows to
calculate astrological cycles of time and to predict events. But the ratio of
numerological numbers with heavenly bodies' movement is not completely direct and
consequently special calendars are necessary for calculations of time in numerology.
In the ancient Chinese book "Tai Xuan Jing" tritetragrams form calendar system which describes a cycle of time equal to one solar year and makes a sequence of tritetragrams coordinated with days of one year that is shown on scheme:
|Solar year according to the calendar Tai Xuan Jing
consists of nine periods "qian (jian)" and each period includes the
sequence of tritetragrams from 1 up to 81 (81x9=729), but 729/2=364,5
and consequently tritetragrams during one year correspond with half of
24-hours days. Namely each period qian consists of 40,5 24-hours days
(81/2=40,5) during which tritetragrams from 1 up to 81 are equal to half
of 24-hours day, and all during one year the sequence of tritetragrams from 1 up
to 81 repeats 9 times in nine periods qian.
Besides year in the calendar Tai Xuan Jing consists of 81 periods "shway (shui)" with duration of 4,5 days which correspond with tritetragrams from 1 up to 81 (4,5x81=364,5)..
The beginning of year in the calendar Tai Xuan Jing is connected to a winter solstice.
Calendar Tai Xuan Jing is not exact as has duration of 364,5 day, and real
duration of solar year of 365,25 day and consequently returning of the sun in the point of a winter solstice
occurs later, rather than specify calendar calculations, but nevertheless the
calendar Tai Xuan Jing is a symbolical calendar which is based on approximate
ratio of numerological numbers with movement of the sun.
Movement of the moon also is connected to numbers in numerology as duration of sidereal lunar month is 27,3 days that approximately allows to compare star movement of the moon to nine numerological numbers. In the calendar Tai Xuan Jing similar comparison consists that year is divided into three intervals by duration of 121,5 day in which tritetragrams from 1 up to 27, from 28 up to 54, from 55 up to 81 are connected to three intervals of lunar movement within one year provided that at comparison of the moon's movement with tritetragrams consider the periods shway with duration of 4,5 days (81/3=27x4,5=121,5x3=364,5/81=4,5), and also (121,5/3=40,5).
Comparison of tritetragrams with the periods of lunar movement in the calendar Tai Xuan Jing too is approximate and symbolical the same as comparison of tritetragrams with the periods of solar movement, as the sequence of tritetragrams from 1 up to 81 cannot be correlated with a real lunar calendar precisely.
Taking into account the aforesaid it is possible to assert that it is necessary to use other calendar for numerological calculations, or it is necessary to correct the calendar Tai Xuan Jing, i.e. it is necessary to correlate tritetragrams for real duration of solar year and to determine duration of the solar periods "qian" and the lunar periods "shway" with hour accuracy. Namely duration of the period "qian" should be 365,25/9=40,583... and duration of the period "shway" should be 365,25/81=4,509... from the point of view of the calendar's accuracy, and it is too difficult for practical numerology. But nevertheless the calendar Tai Xuan Jing is a magnificent symbolical calendar which undoubtedly is numerological.
The detailed information on the calendar Tai Xuan Jing look in the books: "Nylan M. The Canon of Supreme Mystery by Yang Xiong: A Translation with Commentary of the T’ai Hsuan Ching" and "The elemental changes: the ancient Chinese companion to the I Ching / the Tai hsuan ching of Master Yang Hsiung; text and commentaries translated by Michael Nylan", or look in the book: "The Alternative I Ching, Reconstructed and Translated by Derek Walters".
Other calendar for numerological calculations is the ancient Egyptian calendar or otherwise to tell "the diagonal table of conditions for visibility of Decans" which is shown in the photo:
|Decans are the zone of constellations which used for
visual determination of time according to occurrence of constellations
above a line of horizon. When the next constellation ascended above
horizon then by means of the shown table determined time of the next Decan
that allowed to calculate numerological numbers as from the point of
view of numerology Decans are comparable to numbers of decimal system of calculations.
In ancient Egypt the table of Decans was used for determination of time at night on stars, and in the afternoon time measured by means of a sundial and consequently it is accepted to think that the table of Decans are ancient Egyptian table-clock (the chronological adaptation for indications of time), but in essence the table of Decans is system which allows to correlate numerological numbers to movement of time. Therefore it not the simple chronological table but is the system of ancient numerological symbols which specify values of time.
The detailed information on the Egyptian calendar of Decans and on the heavenly order of constellations which personify Decans, look in other sources of the information. Application of the shown table from the point of view of modern numerology and astrology is not actual as modern methods of calculations differ from observation of heavenly bodies in the past, but nevertheless a source of modern knowledge is the shown table.
In a modern astrology Decans are parts of an astrological circle in size of
10 degrees. All astrological circle makes 36 (360/10=36) Decans and each of 12
signs of the zodiac includes 3 (30/10=3) Decans that is similar to 36 Decans who
were known in ancient Egypt.
According to rules of a modern astrology and according to Babylon tradition the Decans correlate to planets of solar system and correlate to "Star of Magian" by which principle the parity of planets with Decans is established. But it is incorrect as 7 planets and the Star of Magian are structure according to which 7 days of week are constructed, but Decans of an astrological circle have connection with numerological numbers. In ancient Babylon knew about 36 motionless stars that is similar to 36 constellations on which in ancient Egypt determined time of Decans and consequently it is possible to approve that Decans of an astrological circle it is impossible to describe by means of 7 planets which apply to the description of weekdays, but it is necessary to describe by means of 9 numerological numbers (9x4=36) and it is necessary to correlate to 36 constellations and 36 stars in constellations.
In ancient Egypt the times of Decans determined visually two ways: by horizon which is a natural visual orientation or by means of the tool "merchat" on middle of the sky that corresponds to modern concepts AS/DS (a line of horizon) and MC/IC (a line of middle of the sky).
In a modern astrology calculation of Decans can be carried out by means of computer astrological programs (processors or calculators) and consequently it is possible to not look at the sky but to know time of occurrence of Decans above horizon, and is possible to know time of Decans not only at night but also in the afternoon, that allows to connect movement of time to numbers in numerology and to describe movement of time by means of numerical values. I.e. in a modern astrology the celestial map of the sky can be calculated by means of the astrological processor then it is possible to name numerological numbers which matter during movement of points AS and MC. Namely if points AS and MC coincide within the framework of the astrological circle with those or other Decans then at this time have values of numerological numbers which correspond to these Decans.
In some cases it is possible to determine positions of points AS and MC and to name two numerological numbers for a line of horizon and for middle of the sky if for calculations the "non-equal" system of astrological houses is used, or it is possible to calculate position of any one point if the "equal" system of astrological houses is used. Used systems of astrological houses and concrete techniques for calculation of numerological numbers, which are necessary for descriptions of those or other phenomena, can be different and consequently I can not give concrete recommendations.
The following scheme shows the blank form of the numerological celestial map (chart) which allows to correlate movement of heavenly objects to 36 deans and numerological numbers. The shown blank form is the modern table of Decans and is compared to astrological circle but is similar to the ancient Egyptian table of Decans, which is shown in the previous photo:
|The blank form of the numerological celestial chart consists of the external
astrological circle and the internal magic square.
The astrological circle includes 12 signs of the zodiac and each sign of the zodiac includes 3 Decans. The magic square has 9 cells in which 9 numerological numbers (are shown by dark color) are located, and also cells of the magic square have 9 tridigrams which correspond with numerological numbers and allow to see graphic images of numbers.
Red ciphers in cells of the magic square show serial numbers which correspond with a sequence of numbers in the external astrological circle. I.e. numerological numbers are correlated to Decans of the astrological circle according to a linear sequence which is shown in cells of the magic square by red ciphers.
The sequence of numbers within the framework of an astrological circle is linear that is necessary for expression of a calendar sequence of time as time is linear parameter which is necessary for describing by means of a linear sequence.
The information on linear and nonlinear sequences of numbers in numerology look on the previous page of this site section.
Pay attention that in the magic square: numbers of the top horizontal
correspond with cardinal signs of the zodiac, numbers of the middle horizontal
correspond with the fixed signs of the zodiac, numbers of the bottom horizontal
correspond with changeable signs of the zodiac (the information about cardinal,
fixed and changeable signs of the zodiac look in books on an astrology). And
also numbers of the left vertical correspond with initial Decans, numbers of the
middle vertical correspond with the central Decans, numbers of the right
vertical correspond with final Decans in each sign of the zodiac, that
determines a calendar ratio of numerological numbers with astrological circle
and determines a ratio of logic structure of the magic square with astrological circle.
Methods of use of the shown numerological celestial chart consist in the following.
For example, by means of the computer astrological processor it is determined that within the framework of the astrological circle the point AS has position in 256th degree (16th degree of zodiac constellation Sagittarius), that coincides with numerological number 9, and it means that at the appointed time number 9 matters. I.e. when point AS (line of horizon) is in 16th degree of constellation Sagittarius and when above horizon it is possible to see the Decan who corresponds with 16th degree of constellation Sagittarius then at this time the numerological number 9 matters.
In a similar way it is possible to determine concurrences of numerological numbers with any other points of heavenly sphere that are necessary for those or others numerological calculations and are necessary for the description of those or other phenomena of world around which are considered from the point of view of an astrology and/or numerology.
The most significant events (phenomena of the world) are births of people, which coincide with those or other positions of heavenly bodies and heavenly points that specifies appropriate numerological numbers in charts of human births.
|For an example look the numerological birth chart of Carl Gustav Jung.
The external circle of birth chart corresponds to signs of the zodiac and corresponds to Decans of the astrological circle where positions of planets are shown and are specified numerological numbers to which there correspond positions of planets:
- Sun in 3rd degree of zodiac constellation Leo (numerological number 7);
- Moon in zodiac constellation Taurus (position of the moon approximately coincides with numerological numbers 7 or 5);
- Mercury in 13th degree of zodiac constellation Crab (numerological number 1);
- Venus in 17th degrees of zodiac constellation Crab (numerological number 1);
- Mars in 21st degree of zodiac constellation Sagittarius (numerological number 4);
- Jupiter in 24th degree of zodiac constellation Libra (numerological number 8);
- Saturn in 24th degree of zodiac constellation Aquarius (numerological number 3);
- Uranus in 15th degree of zodiac constellation Leo (numerological number 5);
- Neptune in 3rd degree of zodiac constellation Taurus (numerological number 7);
- Pluto in 23rd degree of zodiac constellation Taurus (numerological number 3).
Symbols of astrological planets are placed inside of birth chart in cells of
the magic square according to appropriate numerological numbers. Accommodation
of planets in cells of the magic square allows to interpret events which are
connected to C.G.Jung's destiny, i.e. concurrences of planets with numerological
numbers allow to speak about the importance of numerological numbers. But
provided that symbols of planets cannot be compared to images of mythological
gods as from the point of view of Pythagorean numerology the planets and numbers
are mathematical sizes which are not identical but are phenomena of the world
which influence life of people in parallel each other.
Contradictions of Pythagorean numerology and philosophy with traditional representations about the world in times of Pythagoras consist that traditionally planets compared to gods, but Pythagoras approved other space model according to which planets are mathematical magnitudes that cause the conflict to a public opinion. Namely Pythagoras considered planets as space objects which are organized according to mathematical laws of numbers and consequently influence life of people, and directly Pythagoras correlated numbers to gods.
In the subsequent in an astrology comparison of planets with gods was kept and also in the modern astrology compare planets to gods or correlate to names of gods of the Roman mythology, but it is not true as planets are space objects and essence of gods consist not in planets but in numerical ratio which exist in the world and including exist in mathematical harmony of planets.
Therefore values of planets are not identical to numbers, and in effect parities of planets with names of gods in the Roman mythology are not identical to parities of numbers with gods in the Greek mythology in that case when the Greek gods are identified to the Roman gods. For example, numerological number 1 corresponds with the Greek Ares and the appropriate god of the Roman mythology Mars corresponds with a planet, but it does not mean that the planet mars corresponds with numerological number 1 as planets and numbers are different phenomena though there are correlations between planets and numbers.
That is from the point of view of Pythagorean numerology it is necessary to consider planets irrespective of numbers, and it is necessary to consider values of planets from the point of view of Pythagorean cosmological concepts which are comparable to concepts of the modern psychological astrology and somewhat differ from associations which arise in connection with the Roman names of planets:
- Sun means individuality;
- Moon means a principle of an identification with other individuality;
- Mercury means a principle of an information exchange;
- Venus means a principle of an emotional choice and an estimation of world around;
- Mars means a principle of a realized and strong-willed actions;
- Jupiter means a principle of a comprehensive scope of world values;
- Saturn means a principle of a restriction and a loss of world values;
- Uranus means a principle of a knowledge and overcoming of world borders;
- Neptune means a changed conditions of consciousness;
- Pluto means a principle of a change (transformation) of individuality.
For example, planets Mercury and Venus in the shown chart of birth correspond with numerological number 1 that allows to perceive Carl Gustav Jung as the person sure during dialogue and sure in judgments as appropriate god Ares is sure and self-valuable. Or for example, the planet Uranus corresponds with numerological number 5 that characterizes Carl Gustav Jung as the person wise as appropriate goddess Athena is personification of wisdom.
Detailed numerological and astrological analysis of Carl Gustav Jung's person in a context of this site is inexpedient, as the birth chart of Carl Gustav Jung is given for an example to show methods of numerological calculations, and also examples are the listed astro-psychological planetary principles which are rather conditional. More detailed values of planets look in astrological books, and characteristics of gods at the Greek mythology and values of numerological numbers look in section of this site which is called as numerology.
It is necessary to tell that zodiac position of the moon and also position of points AS and MC can be determined precisely if the exact times of birth is known. Therefore in the numerological birth chart of Carl Gustav Jung are not specified the moon and points AS/MC (position of the moon is specified approximately) as the exact times of birth is not known. But if the exact times is known then it is possible to take into account positions of the moon and points AS/MC.
Except for a birth chart it is possible to calculate ratio of numerological numbers with planets and points of heavenly sphere during life, and to compare to position of planets in a birth chart that allows to define influence of Decans on life of people during movement of time. Namely it is possible to apply complex methods of calculations in which it is taken into account not only position of planets in a birth chart but movement of planets in continuation of life is taken into account.
The following page describes simple methods of calculations of time in numerology according to calendar dates of usual (daily) calendars, and also represents methods of descriptions for human age by means of numbers in numerology, and represents anthropocosmic schemes for the numerological analysis of the person.
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