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Asian Four Directional Position Foundation on the Feudal Civilization Context and the Sedes of Maitreya

Asia 4 Feuds

The terminology used in the court of GoRyeo (고려, , גוריו) was that of an empire, not of a kingdom. The capital, GaeGyeong (개경, ) contained the imperial capital (황도, ) and the palace was referred to as the imperial palace (황성, ). The mere use of this system and the nomenclature or use of the character Gyeong (京) implied that GoRyeo functioned internally as an empire. Compare the national geographical GoRyeo imperial capitals with the greater (international) Asia capitals.

4th/4 regional feudal culture civilizations of the south is Sini-Asian begun in BC AYN 2696 followed by the first dynasty, the XiaChao (, 하조, חא-חו); the "summer-morning dynasty" or Xia dynasty (חיא-חו) beginning in BC AYN 2172 elucidated in the Chinese Standard Guideline.

The 4th/4 regions was set aside for the Great Anunnaki, a region not for mankind but for there own exclusive use. In Sumerian the 4th/4 regions of the World of Fire-rain or the lake of fire is called TIL.MUN (Sinai: סיני); the "land of missiles."[1] In charge of this post-Diluvial Spaceport they put the son of Sin (סין; "moon," pillar of fire[2]), a grandson of Enlil and twin brother of IR.NI.NI/Ishtar (Inanna), whose name is UTU (עטו); the "bright one" and Shamash (שמאש) in Akkadian, chief of the spacemen based on Earth; the Eagles.[1]

The resultant modern-day Sini-Asian four directional positions 4th/4 regional feudal cultures of the World of Fire-rain are classified by there location.

DongJing; Tokyo

DongJing (); “east capital” (R♣: 217/260) modern-day ToKyo” (תחיו; "she live") capital of Japan or Nihon (נחן; "led, lead or guide").

1st/4 feudal societies, total 16 GuaYao () matched and synchronized with the 196th/260 through 211th/260 Tzolkin globalized Katuns of 19.71 years each.

BeiJing Northern China

BeiJing (); the “north capital” (R♥: 213/260), capital of Han (חן) China.

2nd/4 feudal societies, total 16 GuaYao () matched and synchronized with the 212th/260 through 227th/260 Tzolkin globalized Katuns of 19.71 years each.

XiJing; PyeongYang

XiJing (서, שעו, 경, 西); the “west capital” (R♦: 210/260) modern-day PyeongYang,” capital of North Korea.

3rd/4 feudal societies, totaling 16 GuaYao () matched and synchronized with the 228th/260 through 243rd/260Tzolkin globalized Katuns of 19.71 years each.

NanJing Southern China

NanJing (); the “south capital” (R♠: 211/260), legally the capital of Republic of China, now Taiwan.

4th/4 feudal societies, totaling 16 GuaYao () matched and synchronized with the 244th/260 through 259th/260 Tzolkin globalized Katuns of 19.71 years each.

Korean 4 Clan-tribes

The 4th World of Fire-rain called Kawak or Cauac (כוח) is the world of the red-haired people,[3] (Olelo: Ehi Hui, אחי חוי) is finalized by the 4th/4 positions of the SiXiang (); "four positions" of LaoYang (), the digram or bigram of "old yang" (||) itemized as the 65th/65 in the Xiuhcoatl (חיוה-כעתל) temple (חיו) of the fire (חיוה) serpent (כעתל) AGMuller I Ching cards sequence or the 260th/260 covering the period of time of Quantum Numeral Baktun (QNB) 12.19.0.0.0: AD 1993, April 5, through QNB 12.19.19.17.19: AD 2012, December 20.

Korean Four Directional Positions Foundation with Center Clan/Tribe Level Context

The nation of GoRyeo (고려, , גוריו) utilized a system of multiple (national) capitals and is calibrated according to the 5 Worlds.

DongGyeong; GyeongJu

DongGyeong (동경, ; “east capital,” modern-day GyeongJu (경주, ), the Aztec 1st/5 worlds of Chuen (כוען); “monkey”[4] (3 Chuen-52nd/260).

GaeGyeong; KaeSong

GaeGyeong () modern-day KaeSeong (개성, ); "open, initiate, begin or start," being the main capital, the Aztec 2nd/5 worlds of Akbal (אקבל); “night,” by association fish (3 Akbal-104th/260).

SeoGyeong; PyeongYang

SeoGyeong (서경, שעו, 西; “west capital,” modern-day PyeongYang), the Aztec 3rd/5 worlds of Men (מן); “eagle, turkey vulture or condor” (3 Men-156th/260).

NamGyeong; Seoul

NamGyeong (남경, ; “south capital,” modern-day Seoul, שאול), the Aztec 4th/5 worlds of Manik (מנך); “hand” (3 Manic- 208th/260).

HoangDo

HoangDo (황도, ); the “imperial capital” and palace, the fifth component is referred to as HoangSeong (황성, ); the "imperial palace," the Aztec 5th/5 worlds of Cauac (כוח; Hebrew: "powering"); "fire-rain" or "electric current" (3 Cauac- 260/260).

Other terms, such as Your (Imperial) Majesty (폐하, へいか, 陛下; literally: “throne down”), Empress (황후, ), Imperial Crown Prince (태자, ), Empress dowager (태후, ) and the GoRyeo term of an “emperor” (황제, ) for rulers instead of a supreme king (대왕, ) or sometimes using the term of an “emperor of the east of the ocean” (해동천자, ) along with Imperial ordinance ( or ) also suggest that GoRyeo adopted the title system of an empire.

References

TaiXuanZhun () YiGuaMingTu () and TianFuJing () with Final 4
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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Stairway to Heaven, pp. 115, 1980, Avon Books (Bear & Company, 1992, Zecharia Sitchin
  2. Exodus 13:21
  3. 4th Earth Chronicles: The Lost Realms pp 32, Zecharia Sitchin Avon Books, 1990, ISBN 0-380-75890-3
  4. Beginning with the 52 = 4 X 13 Trecena suits of the minor (1-10) and court cards (Jack, Queen, King) of the 4 of clubs through the rest of the clubs, hearts, diamonds and finishing with 3 of clubs
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Isaiah 38:13 reckon or equal Hebrew Strong's #7737
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Shine or light Psalms 119:135 Hebrew Strong's #215 and Humble, subdued or lowly Leviticus 26:41 Hebrew Strong's #3665

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