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The Assyrian TaiXuanZhun YiGuaMing (); the "great black standard guideline of changes fortunes names, titles and positions" diagram or sigil represents in Arian age the 27 Xiu (宿); "mansions" of the Horites (חורי), the 12 zodiac (צדק: -zedek) houses and the 81 chief royal families of the kings (מלכי: Melchi-) of Ashur, Assyria and the Assyrian empire of the Assyrian Kings list continuing through and based on Heaven's Code's formula of the 9 houses of the kings of the Northern Kingdom of Israel plus 7 kings of the Neo-Assyrian period after the kings list was compiled concluding with the fall of Nineveh (נינוה) in BC AYN 622.

The "great black" is referred to in Genesis 15:12 as the "great darkness" (חשכה גדלה) which fell upon Abram, a portent of the changing of the age; Taurean age of Sumer to the Arian age of Ashur (אשור) and Yashar-el (ישראל); "God prevailed,"[1] or Israel and the Age of Restoration or Image Time-identity.

The 1st/3 sons of Noah (נוח) is Shem (שם) the source of the terms Semite or Semitic, who for the first 100 years covering the Annual Reports of BC AYN 2402 through BC AYN 2303 is an eponymous period for the Akkadian state and after Shem's progeny and the Biblical flood of Noah (נוח) ending in BC AYN 2303 is an eponymous period for the Akkadian dynasty of BC AYN 2303 through BC AYN 1803 the end of the 600 year period of Shem. Genealogically Ashur (אשור) is the 2nd/5[2] sons of Shem (שם) having come out of the land of Shinar (שנער); "Sumer" whence came out and went forth Asshur (אשור); "step" by step according to Genesis 10:11 with the Semitic root-stem for Ashur (אשור) of Asher (אשר); meaning: "happy."

TaiXuanZhunYiGuaMingTu and TianFuJing (-) in Arian age

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Assyrian Great Black Standard Guideline of Changes Fortunes Names, Titles and Positions

In Hebrew heaven (שם) or more precisely heavens (שמים) are always plural as in the JiuTian 9 () heavens or underworlds called shamayim (שמים), the masculine plural heavens. Each of the JiuTian 9 () heavens encompasses 40 degrees of 360 degrees of a Tun (תען) solar year in the Galactic Underworld. In Hebrew the letter Mem (מ) is the numeral 40 as for 40 degrees while the letter Mem (מ) is singular as in a single 40 degrees, the masculine plural is mayim [3](מים); "water" or more precisely "waters" of 40 degrees each times 9 heavens or 9 members (of the solar system) is 360 degrees. Heavens, the heavens of Genesis 1:1 is the term shamayim (שמים) composed of Shin as the verb S (ש) pronounced es compounded with MIM (מ) for S-MIM, the 9[4] Mim X 40 degrees each heavens that are the JiuTian 9 () shamayim heavens which in the beginning of the creation of things is begun by assembling, organizing or ordering them into groups.[5]

The JiuTian 9 () heavens of [TianFuJing (); "Heaven's Code's" are components of the TaiXuanZhun YiGuaMingTu (); the "great black standard guideline of changes fortunes names and titles positions diagram or image" as illustrated in the Tu () diagram or picture in the inner 3rd ring of planets or the destined and the 4th ring of orbits or the destinies.

TaiXuanZhun YiGuaMing () great black standard guideline is similar to the simple drawing found at Susa circa 3200 BCE where the drawing consists of a triangle with three 120 degree sides echoing the 3 seasons of the Egyptian calendar with the northern most triangle tip centering at 340 degrees illustrating where the 1st/81 Shou () begins followed by the other 80 going clockwise encompassing 4.44 degrees each in the spacetime continuum around the 360 degree solar year.

The JiuTian 9 () heavens constitutes the 2nd/2 types of castles of Mictlan's Nine Underworlds called ShiDaXing (, 실달성; SilDalSung); the "real castle city or area," with 9 floors or terraces (mictlan; "underworlds"). The real castle area ShiDaXing () is represented by the structure called Bolon Yokte; the Mayan "9 heavens or underworlds" of creation.[6]

In Hebrew the working order [7](וערכת) of the Solar system is the 9 planets (מערכת: market) of the sun (השמש) in the same relationship as the 9 houses of the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah in the position DaYi (); the “great one,” the north star BeiJiXing ().

These are the "lights in the firmament (רקיע) of heaven to divide the day from the night" that are for signs, seasons, days and years.[8] And God (ALHIM אלהים; the gods, Neterot נטרות; the keepers) made the firmament and divided the waters which were under the firmament,[9] the inner solar system, the 1st/3 stories of the ark of the solar system: XiaoTian () plus TianErYi (, 천이일);[10] "heaven two one" from the waters which were above the firmament, beginning with DiErEr (, 지이이);[10] "earth two two" of the outer solar system including the near outer solar system, the 2nd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system: XiaoDi () and the far outer solar system, the 3rd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system: XiaoRen () and they called the firmament: heaven; the "nine heavens of the ark of the solar system," all centered upon XiaoYi (); the "small one," the Sun.

The consortium of TianGong[11] (, 천궁); "heaven's dwelling or temple palace" of the 3 stories of the ark of the solar system are embodied by the 3 FuRen (, בו-רען, 부인, בו-ען) consorts, a term that is the compound of con; "with" and sort [12](שורת); "type," or Madams for The Emperor with each of the 9 Zhou () states or planetary plains embodied by the 9 Pin (, 빈, בנות); "palace maids" (נערות) or imperial concubines (כבנת) according the ZhouLi (); the "rites of Zhou." The Emperor is the tree of life[13] (עץ החיים) called in the Norse Yggdrasil "which is in the midst of the garden" and the 3 Madams consortium called in the Norse Norns (נערן) goddesses of fate represent the tree of knowledge.

TianGong () heavenly dwelling or temple palace of 3 Madam consorts, hereafter known as the "consortium" or the 3 stories of the ark of the solar system.

Tablets of Destiny

The JiuTian () 9 heavens in Sumerian are called Dup Shimati (דף שמעתי); the "Tablets of Destiny," a permanent legal document on a clay tablet inscribed with cuneiform writing and impressed with cylinder seals conferring upon the god Enlil (ענליל) his supreme authority as ruler of the universe.

1st/3 Stories of the Ark of the Solar System XiaoTian

The first of three; "lower[14] or under" (תחתית) stories (תשים) in the Heavens[15] (שמים) is called XiaoTian (); the "small heaven," the 1st/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the inner solar system and called Patala-lokah (לכה) in the Srimad-Bhagavatam 3.11.28 and CheonIlGuk or TianYiGuo (천일국, ) the "heavenly unified nation" in Unificationism. XiaoTian () constitutes the 1st/3 tri-orbital plains or destinies consisting of TianYiYi (), DiYiEr () and RenYiSan () in Heaven's Code's and approximates the Egyptian season of Peret (פרת); "fruits" within Mictlan's Nine Underworlds.

The first (בראשית) or beginning of the firstfruits [16](בכורי) of the Peret (פרת) fruits season is Mercury (מר-כורי) the liquid planet ShuiXing (), the Hebrew compound of Mer- (מר) or Mar (מר); "sea" or liquid () and -cury (כורי); the "first" planet, the liquid or sea planet.

XiaoTian () the small heaven is the 1st/3 objects or pieces [17](איש-בתרו) of the birds (הצפר) offered by Abram in Genesis 15:9 as the condition for his symbolic offering symbolizing the ark of the solar system in the formation stage.

TianYiYi Heaven One One

1st/9 () heavens JiaTian () in Heaven's Code is the orbit [18](ערבת); "plane" [19](פל-ענה) or destiny area of TianYiYi (, 천일일);[10] "heaven one one" where heaven one () is the heaven that is "one," of XiaoTian (); the "small heaven," the 1st/3 stories of the solar system, the inner or lower[14] (תחתית) story (תשים) solar system and the second one () is the 1st/3 planes of XiaoTian (), the 1st/9 orbits (ערבת); "plan" [20](פל-ען) or destined of ShuiXing (); the "liquid or water planet" (פל-ענת) of Mercury (מר-כורי).

JiaTian (); the "shell (current) heaven" or TianYiYi () heaven one one attributed ShuiXing () Mercury, the 1st/3 parts of XiaoTian () small heaven inner or lower story solar system is also the 1st/3 directions XiaoTian YuanFangYi ( ); the "heavenly principal direction or guidance one" of 340° through 19° of a compass circle, a total of 40° or 40.582 Gregorian calendar days of December 1-January 9, the temporal direction of the 1st/9 (תענ-חו, , 천주, כענ-חו) heavenly states or provinces of JiaTianZhou (גא-תענ-חו, , 갑천주, גאב-כענ-חו); "shell heavenly [21]town-city/state."

1st/3 tri-manors of TianYiYi () heaven-one-one encompasses 9 families or houses or 3 tri-families, of the fowls [22](העיט); birds of prey, swoopers or ravens, the 1st/3 types of birds or aves of the 1st/3 objects XiaoTian () in Genesis 15:11 which precede and initialize the "great black" or "great darkness" (חשכה גדלה) which occurred during Abram's 3 great offerings in BC AYN 1928.

The 27 Xiu (סיו, 宿, 숙, סוך) mansion lodges or Hindu nakshatra (נחש-טרא) of the Celestial Caliphate are integrated in the TaiXuanZhun YiGuaMing (); the "great black standard guideline of changes fortunes names, titles and positions," the 81 Shou (), beginning with:

9th/27 Mansion Departments: Zaavan

Zaavan [23](זעון: ZION); "our sweats,"[24] the 2nd/3 sons of Ezer (אצר); "treasure" of Arian age, embodying:

NuXiuBu (宿); the millennial "female girl mansion department” in HR 509 termed Nu-Ra (-ﺭ), where the letter-head Ra (ﺭ), a derivative of the Hebrew Resh (ר) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

Akiya #29 son of Kikkiya #28

Puzur-Ashur I #30

  • 2nd/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhouShou (, 주수); the "surrounding head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings kings is the 2nd/4 kings with unknown eponyms the old Assyrian period of Puzur-Ashur I [27](פזר-אשור); "scattered or dispersed."

Shalim-ahum #31

  • 3rd/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs XianShou (, 함수); the "slowly head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings is the 3rd/4 kings with unknown eponyms of the old Assyrian period of the son of Puzer-Ashur I, Shalim-ahum (שלמ-אחם) recorded as Sallim-ahhe (שלמ-אחה), inscribed sal-lim-PAB-MES.
    • After the destruction and slaughter of Chedorlaomer (כדרלעמר) and the kings that were with him in BC AYN 1930 at the valley of Shaveh (שוה), which is the king's dale, Melchizedek (מלכי-צדק) king of Salem (שלם) brought forth bread and wine and blessed Abram[31] in BC AYN 1929. Melchi- (מלכי); “kings” refers to the Assyrian “kings” list and Salem (שלם) refers to Salim-Ahum (שלם-אחם).
    • 1st/8 titled Issiak (יצחק) Assur; "vice regent of Assur," in conjunction with the rank usually written in Sumerian as PA.TE.SI, [32](פטשי); "hammer" meaning ENSI; "governor," covering the period of time of BC AYN 1929, the blessing of the king of Salem followed by the time of the gestation of Isaac (יצחק) in the womb of his mother Sarah BC AYN 1913 and through BC AYN 1912, the 1st/180 years of the life of Isaac (יצחק) through BC AYN 1904, the 9th/180 years of the life Isaac and the 40th/40 years of the Period of the Royal Priesthood of Abraham, concurrent with the reign of Issiak Assur-Shalim-ahum.

10th/27 Mansion Departments: Akan

Akan [23](עקן); "sharp-sighted," the 3rd/3 sons of Ezer (אצר) in Arian age, c.f. Achan[33] (עכן); “throubler,” the son of Zerah (זרח); “rising,” in the valley of Achor (עכור); “troubling.”

In Norse creation mythology aligning with the Chinese HaoXiuBu (宿) is the Ginnungagap/Ginungagap; "gaping or vast emptiness or abyss,"[34] or the "primordial emptiness" stylized as the "yawning void" in the Gylfaginning, faced toward the northern quarter, the 2nd/4 SiXiang () XuanWu (, 현무); the "black turtle" or "military officer" quadrant, became filled with heaviness, and masses of ice and rime (frost), and from within, drizzling rain and gusts; but the southern part (שפל; "valley") of the yawning emptiness was lighted by those sparks and glowing masses which flew out of Muspellheim; the "fire world/heaven". In the northern part of Ginnungagap lay the intense cold of Niflheim (Hebrew normalized: נבל-חמר; "dusty ass"); "mist world/heaven" and to the southern part (שפל; "valley") lay the equally intense heat of Muspelheim (משפל-חמר). The cosmogonic process began when the effulgence of the two met in the middle of Ginnungagap.

HaoXiuBu (宿); the millennial "empty hollow mansion department” in HR 210 termed Hao-Zain (-ﺯ), where the letter-head Zain (ﺯ), a derivative of the Hebrew Zayin (ז) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

Ilu-suma #32

  • 4th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs XianShou (, 한수); the "barrier head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings is the 4th/4 kings with unknown eponyms of the old Assyrian period of the son of Salim-Ahum (שלמ-אחם), Ilu-suma (עלו-סםא) written DINGIR-sum-ma [35](סםא); "divine sweet."
    • Ilu-suma raids Sumero-Akkadian City-States in southern Mesopotamia.
    • 2nd/8 title Issiak (יצחק) Assur; "vice regent of Assur," along with "belove of the god Assur and the goddess Istar” in the Synchronistic King List verse 17.
    • With basis upon the 40 year period of E-ri-su son of Ilu-suma and Isaac (יצחק) for Issiak (יצחק) both the same cognate in Hebrew, is concurrent within the 40 year Period of the Royal Priesthood of Isaac son of Abram with Isaac as co-regent or vice regent covering the period of time of BC AYN 1903 through BC AYN 1864, the 10th/180 through the 49th/180 years of the life Isaac, concurrent with the reign of Issiak Assur Ilu-suma of BC AYN 1903 through BC AYN 1898.
    • The period of time eponym term Abram (אברם) is a compound of Ab (אב); "source or origin" and ram (רם); "alt or high;" Greek: "Aries;" Assyrian: E-ri-su, the origin or beginning of the ram of Aries of the Arian age specific to the successful offering of the 12 year old Isaac when: “Abraham lays the wood (העצים) in sequence (יערך) and bind Isaac his son and lays him upon the altar upon the wood” in BC AYN 1901, latter being with fulfillment with a ram.

Sagittarius.png Sagittarius: Hayani #20 Parallels the Generation of Serug

Sheng () Binary #13 Sagittarius.png

The annual sun transits Sagittarius in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Sagittarius is Temperance with symbology of the Roman numeral XIV.

The Tamil terms sagotharan (כגתרן); “brother” and sagothari (כגתרי); “sister” is with root form through the Sanskrit term sahodara (सहोदर) means: co-uterine or born of the same womb. The Hebrew common root-stem term gether [36](גתר), the 3rd/4 sons of the Biblical Aram (ארם) and anglicizing as to-gether or gather (תגתר/לגתר) is the same root-stem for the Sanskrit term gotra (גתרא) means (patrilinealy) “lineage.” Among those of the Brahmana caste gotras (גתרים) are with reckoning patrilinealy.

24th/32 Path-items is the 14th/22 Hebrew letters of Nun (נ), the 8th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Sagittarius (Sagittarius.png); the "archer."

OLD ASSYRIAN PERIOD

1st/77 Erisum I #33

  • 5th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShaoShou (, 소수); the "least or small head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #33, the 1st/77 and the 1st/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Erisum I (הרסם), written: e-ri-su [37](הרסו) and APIN-is (אופן: OPEN); "wheel," the image Tarot of Mem-path, covering [38](עטה) a total of 40 annual limmum [39](לימים); "years" of BC AYN 1897 through BC AYN 1858.
    • BC AYN 1897: 1st/40 years of Erisum I (הרסם) is the year of the fixing of the temple 126 years before the 9th/9 and last year of the reign of Erisum II (הרסם) in BC AYN 1772, the eponym of Ibni-Adad according to Esarhadon.
    • E-ri-su, the son of Ilu-suma, founds distant karum, trading posts, in central Anatolia, the best known being that located at Kultepe, ancient Kanes (כנס), as the city’s merchant family firms vigorously pursue commercial growth.
    • 3rd/8 title Issiak (יצחק) Assur; "vice regent of Assur," in conjunction with the rank usually written in Sumerian as PA.TE.SI, [32](פטשי); "hammer" meaning ENSI; "governor."
    • When using the eponym as a period identifier Isaac (יצחק) for Issiak (יצחק) both the same cognate in Hebrew, is the 40 year Period of the Royal Priesthood of Jacob son of Isaac with Isaac as co-regent or vice regent covering the period of time of BC AYN 1863 through BC AYN 1824, the 50th/180 through the 89th/180 years of the life Isaac, concurrent with the reign of Issiak Assur E-ri-su.
    • BC AYN 1858, 40th/40 years is 580 years previous to the 2nd/30 years of the reign of Shalmaneser I in BC AYN 1278 and Shalmaneser I's own fixing of the temple commemorating Erisum I's building of the temple for Assur, with the name of “wild bull,” with a courtyard and two beer vats.
    • BC AYN 1897 through BC AYN 1878: 186th/205 through 205th/205, the last 20 years of the life of Terah (תרח) who's fathers dwelt on the other side of the flood is concurrent with the reign of Erisum I, verifying Erisum I begins the 1st/39 kings of the old Assyrian period on the other side of the flood, within the first 90° beginning BC AYN 1912, the 1st/180 years of the life of Isaac (יצחק) the December or winter solstice where each gradation-day augments in width the amount of light during the length of Deva (דוע) Uttara (עטרה) Ayana (עינא); goddess' northern direction," the initializing of the maximizing of the Sun (ecliptic) from the earth's horizon opening (אופן), the amount of light during the length of Samekh-path's (סמך) evolving process during 90° the full tour or course of the northern direction 1 gradation through 90 gradations, with the Mayan World of the Jaguar coinciding and the Hindic Deva Uttara Ayana; "goddess' northerly movement" of 6 months initializing at the Five of Cups Solar Decan until coming to the 0° or the 90th/180 years of Isaac at BC AYN 1823.

2nd/77 Ikunum #34

  • 6th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs LiShou (, 려수); the "tribulation head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #34, the 2nd/77 and the 2nd/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ikunum (עקנם) the son of Ilu-suma, covering 15 annual limmum (לימים); "years," through the scheduling of royal officials names since the year of succession in BC AYN 1857 to Ikunum's passing in BC AYN 1843 in the eponym of Irisum son of Iddin-Assur.
    • 4th/8 titled Issiak (יצחק) Assur; "vice regent of Assur," in conjunction with the rank usually written in Sumerian as PA.TE.SI, (פטשי); "hammer" meaning ENSI; "governor," deals with the eponym for the period of Jacob (יעקב) son of Isaac with Jacob being the same Hebrew root-stem of Ikunum (עקנם) of Ayin-Qoph (עק) with the forms Ayin-Qoph-Nun-sophit (עקן) for AQN (עקן) or Ikun (עקן) root of Ikunum (עקנם) and Ayin-Qoph-Beth (עקב) for AQB (עקב); "heal" the root-stem for Jacob (יעקב); "healed."
    • BC AYN 1823: 1st/40[40] years of the 4th/6 historical periods of Symbolic Time-identity of the providential Period of Two Manner of Folks;[41] “two nations” (שני גיים), the year Jacob buys the birthright (בכורה) in the 30th/147 years of the life of Jacob (יעקב).

11th/27 Mansion Departments: Uz

Uz [42](עוץ); "wooded," the 1st/2 sons of Dishan (דישן) in Arian age, embodying:

WeiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "dangerous rooftop mansion department” in HR 211 termed Wei-Seen (-س), where the letter-head Seen (س), a derivative of the Hebrew Samekh (ס) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

3rd/77 Sharru-ken (Sargon I) #35

  • 7th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShangShou (, 상수); the "top (ascent) head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #35, the 3rd/77 and the 3rd/39 kings of the old Assyrian period; Akkadian: Sharru-ken (שרו-קין); "to cause possession (of) royalty;" normalized in Hebrew: Sargon I (סרגון) son of Ikunum, covering 41 annual limmum (לימים); "years" over 40 years beginning in the eponym of Irisum son of Iddin-Assur in BC AYN 1843 through BC AYN 1803, the eponym of Assur-iddin son of Suli.

4th/77 Puzur-Ashur II #36

  • 8th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs GanShou (, 간수); the "to oppose or shield head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #36, the 4th/77 and the 4th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Puzur-Ashur II (פזר-אשור), the son of Sargon I, covering 9 annual limmum (לימים); "years," over 8 years beginning in , the eponym of Assur-iddin son of Suli in BC AYN 1803 through BC AYN 1795.

5th/77 Naram Suen or Naram Sin #37

DiYiEr Earth One Two

2nd/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) NieTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of DiYiEr (, 지일이);[10] "earth one two" where earth one () is the earth that is "one" or heaven called XiaoTian (); the "small heaven," the 1st/3 parts of the solar system, the inner or lower[14] (תחתית) story (תשים) solar system and the number two () is the 2nd/3 parts of XiaoTian (), the 2nd/9 orbital plain or destiny of JinXing (); the "metal or gold planet" of Venus.

DiYiEr () encompasses TianYuanFangEr (); the "heavenly origin or currency direction two" of 20° through 59° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

2nd/3 tri-manors of DiYiEr () earth-one-two encompasses 9 families or houses or 3 tri-families, of the turtledoves [43](תר, תור), the 2nd/3 types of birds or aves of the 1st/3 objects XiaoTian () in Genesis 15:11 which occurred during Abram's 3 great offerings in BC AYN 1928.

Singular turtledove (תר) or plural turtledoves [44](תרות); "law," direction or instruction, combined with the Hebrew verb ASh (Ayin Shin: עש); "do" is Ishtar (עש-תר) of the temple of Ishtar the Assyrian version of Venus located in the capital Ashur.

12th/27 Mansion Departments: Aran

Adad (Ishkur: ישחר)

Aran [42](וארן); "joyous;" literally: "and our light," the 2nd/2 sons of Dishan (דישן) in Arian age, is the Hebrew root-stem of ARON (ארון); "ark," coincides with:

ShiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "room, chamber or encampment mansion department” in HR 212 termed Shi-Sheen (-ﺵ), where the letter-head Sheen (ﺵ), a derivative of the Hebrew Shin (ש) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

6th/77 Erisum II #38

7th/77 Shamshi-Adad I #39

  • 11th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ChaShou (, 차수); the "mistake head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #39, the 7th/77 and the 7th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Shamshi-Adad I (שמשי-אדד), the son of Ila-kabkabu (אל-עקב-קבו), covering 33 annual limmum (לימים); "years" beginning in BC AYN 1771 494 years since BC AYN 1278, the 2nd/30 years of Shalmaneser I according to Esarhaddon and continuing through to and expiring in BC AYN 1739, the 159th year after the year of the restoration of the temple of Assur by Erisum I in BC AYN 1897 according to Shalmaneser I.
    • Shamshi-Adad I #39 and his older brother Aminu #26 the next heir apparent of the Mari bordering kingdom of Ekallatum are contemporary with the two sons of Leah and Jacob of Simeon whose 1st/120[48] years is BC AYN 1767 and Levi whose 1st/137[49] years is BC AYN 1766 verifying the Prophecy of Jacob where Simeon and Levi, brethren are in the position of Gemini so to are the brothers Aminu and Shamshi-Adad respectively and when combined with Jacob in the position of Ila-kabkabu (אל-עקב-קבו) as the 12th/12 vertical Biblical generations of history and both parents of the pairs of brothers in the positions of Gemini demonstrating identical characteristics.
    • BC AYN 1764: 641 years before the Temple of Anu and Adad was restored according to a year 6 inscription in BC AYN 1123 by Tiglath-Pileser I after the construction by Shamshi-Adad I.
    • Shamshi-Adad I ousted Erisum II, son of Naram-Suen, establishing the pre-form Assyrian Empire encompassing much of Mesopotamia, Syria and Asia Minor often referred to as the Kingdom of Upper Mesopotamia. Shamshi-Adad I founded his own capital at Shubat-Enlil (שבת-ענליל) formerly Shekhna (שכנה); "dwell or settle," entrusting Ekallatum to his elder son Ishme-Dagan (ישמע-דגן) while his other son, Yasmah-Adad (ישמע-אדד), was placed on the throne of Mari at the time.

Capricorn.png Capricorn: Ilu-Mer #21 Parallels the Generation of Nahor

Xian () Binary #4 Capricorn.png

The annual sun transits Capricorn in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Capricorn is The Archangel with symbology of the Roman numeral XV.

The goat (געת) is a mammal in the genus Capra, consisting of nine species. The animal most commonly known as a “goat” is the domestic goat; Capra aegagrus hircus, with domestication subspecies of the wild goat. Goats are bovids; members of the family Bovidae and caprins; subfamily Caprinae.

25th/32 Path-items is the 15th/22 Hebrew letters of Samekh (ס), the 9th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Capricorn (Capricorn.png); the "goat."

8th/77 Ishme-Dagan I #40

  • 12th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs TongShou (, 동수); the "young boy head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #40, the 8th/77 and the 8th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ishme-Dagan I (ישמע-דגן), the son of Shamshi-Adad I, covering 40 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1738 through BC AYN 1698 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
    • The much later Assyrian king list credited Ishme-Dagan I with 40 years, but a recently (2003) discovered limmu-list of eponyms unearthed at Kanesh, that his reign in Assur lasted 11 years. This allows for the inclusion of a dating chronology after BC AYN 1728 for the 7th/77 through the 15th/77 constituents of the Assyrian kings list who were not really Assyrian kings, until the time of Belu-Bani who began to reign in BC AYN 1697.
    • Ishme-Dagan I was put on the throne of Ekallatum by Shamshi-Adad I after a successful military campaign. He ruled the area of the upper Tigris, including the city-state of Assur. Following Shamshi-Adad's expiration, Ishme-Dagan I managed to rule Assyria until being ousted by Hammurabi of Babylon (r. BC AYN 1686-BC AYN 1625).
    • Mut-Ashkur the son of Ishme-Dagan I was a vassal of Hammurabi of Babylon and married to a Hurrian queen, daughter of the Hurrian king Zaziya.
    • BC AYN 1733: 180th/180 years of the life of Isaac (יצחק) the son of Abraham where each year symbolizes each of the 180 degrees of the southern solstice; the increasing of light tour or course of 1 degree (BC AYN 1912) to 180 degrees (BC AYN 1733).

9th/77 Ashur-dugul #41

  • #41, the 9th/77 and the 9th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-dugul (אשור-דגל); the "Ashur standard," the 1st/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 1st/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1727.

10th/77 Ashur-apla-idi #42

  • #42, the 10th/77 and the 10th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-apla-idi, the 2nd/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 2nd/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1726.

11th/77 Nasir-Sin #43

Jupiter with Galileans
Galileans Concentrically
  • #43, the 11th/77 and the 11th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Nasir-Sin, the 3nd/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 3rd/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1725.

12th/77 Sin-namir #44

  • 12th/77 and the 12th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Sin-namir, the 4nd/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 4th/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1724.

13th/77 Ipqi-Ishtar #45

  • #45, the 13th/77 and the 13th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ipqi-Ishtar, the 5th/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 5th/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1723.

14th/77 Adad-salulu #46

  • #46, the 14th/77 and the 14th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Adad-salulu, the 6th/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 6th/6 annual limmum (לימים); "year" of BC AYN 1722.

15th/77 Adasi #47

  • #47, the 15th/77 and the 15th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Adasi (עדשי), the 7th/7 sons of nobody or no one, covering 25 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1721 through BC AYN 1697 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
    • Adasi drove Babylonians and Amorites out of Assyria.

13th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Lotan

Duke (אלוף) Lotan [50](לוטן: Lawton); "covering" is the 1st/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

BiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "partition wall mansion department” in HR 213 termed Bi-Sad (-ﺵ), where the letter head Sad (), a derivative of the Hebrew Tzade (צ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

16th/77 Belu-bani #48

  • 13th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhengShou (, 증수); the "increase head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #48, the 16th/77 and the 16th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Belu-bani (בעלו בני); "lord of creation," the son of Adasi, covering 10 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1697 through BC AYN 1687 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
    • Belu's (בעלו) root-stem in Hebrew is BAAL (בעל); "lord," which is an anagram and cognate in sound with Bela (בלע) which when utilized with the Hebrew reflexive pronoun (Vow: ו) is cognate in meaning: "flow" (בלעו) for the meaning of Shobal (שובל); "flowing" and an anagram of Belu (בעלו).
      • Based upon the birth of Benjamin the of son Jacob in BC AYN 1752, Belu-bani (בעלו בני) is a contemporary of the first son of Benjamin of Bela (בלע) involved in Benjamin's Sons and the War in Heaven.
      • Bela (בלע) the first son of Benjamin (בן-ימין) is contemporary with the 1st/8 Edomite (אדומי) kings of Bela (בלע) the son of Boar (בעור) who reigned for 30 years during BC AYN 1702 through BC AYN 1673 and whose city was Dinhabah (דנהבה).
    • Belu-bani (בלע בני) along with the next 4 kings, known as the dynasty of the Adasides represents Jupiter and the Galilean inner moons which participate in a 1:2:4:9.4 orbital resonance with Jupiter.

17th/77 Libaya #49

  • 14th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs DuiShou (, 태수); the "sharpness head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #49, the 17th/77 and the 17th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Libaya [52](לביא); "old lion," the son of Belu-bani, covering 17 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1686 through BC AYN 1670 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
    • Libaya (לביא) the old lion is the image pre-cursor of and like Jehoahaz (יהואחז) of the House of Jehu in the Northern Kingdom of Israel who also reigned for 17 years corresponds to the 2nd/4 Galilean moons of Europa (הורופה).
      • BC AYN 1686: 1st/17 years of Libaya king of Assyria is synchronized with the 1st/43 years of the reign of Hammurabi (עמו-רפי), the 6th king of Babylon in the Babylonian Standard Guideline. Hammurabi (עמו-רפי); Hebrew: "his people's doctors" or "human my doctor" is consistent and co-synchronous with Europa (הורופה); Hebrew: the "doctoring [hers]."

18th/77 Sharma-Adad I #50

14th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Shobal

Duke (אלוף) Shobal [50](שובל); "flowing" is the 2nd/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

KuiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "legs stride or crotch mansion department” in HR 214 termed Kui-Dad (-ﺽ), where the letter head Dad (), a derivative of the Hebrew Tzade sophit or sofit (ץ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

XVIII The Moon (מוען), 17th/81

19th/77 Iptar-Sin #51

  • 16th/81: 1rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs JiaoShou (, 교수); the "exchange head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #51, the 19th/77 and the 19th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Iptar-Sin (יפת-תאר סין); "beautiful and well thorn or moon" or IB.TAR.Sin [53](יבתר סין); "cut or divide thorns or moon(s)," the son of Sharma-Adad I, covering 12 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1657 through BC AYN 1646 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt. The Synchronistic King List A.117: 1-10 places LIK.KUD Samas (ליהוד שמש), homophone and namesake for the modern Likud (ליכוד); "consolidation" and #6a of the Sealand Dynasty (Dynasty II of Babylon) in the position of Iptar-Sin.
    • Iptar-Sin (יפת-תאר סין) beautiful and well thorn or moon is the image pre-cursor of and like Jeroboam II (ירבעם) of the House of Jehu in the Northern Kingdom of Israel corresponds to the 4th/4 Galilean moons of Callisto.
    • IB.TAR (יבתר) is cognate with the Arabic: Iftar; "break fast," the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset.

20th/77 Bazaya #52

  • 17th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs RuanShou (, 연수); the "soft head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #52, the 20th/77 and the 20th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Bazaya (בעזיח); "in strength or goat lord," the son of Iptar-Sin I, covering 28 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1645 through BC AYN 1618 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
    • Bazaya (בעזיה) the in strength or goat lord is the image pre-cursor of and like Zachariah (זכריה) of the House of Jehu in the Northern Kingdom of Israel corresponds to the planet of Jupiter (יפטר).
      • Like Bazaya (בעזיח) the in strength or goat lord Zachariah (זכריה) in the 38th/52 years of Azariah-Uzziah (עזריה-עזיה) the Uzziah (עזיה); “lord strength or goat,” that began in BC AYN 823 and overlapping the days of Zachariah[54] BC AYN 805 through BC AYN 786 for 20 years concurring in character Bazaya (בעזיח) with Uzziah (עזיה) and in time both incur as reigning during representing Jupiter.
    • BC AYN 1644: 2nd/28 years of Bazaya king of Assyria is synchronized with the 43es/43 years of the reign of Hammurabi (עמו-רפי), the 6th king of Babylon in the Babylonian Standard Guideline.

21st/77 Lullaya #53

#53, the 21st/77 and the 21st/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Lullaya, the son of nobody or no one, thus not part of the 81 Shou () royal chiefs, covers 6 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1617 through BC AYN 1612 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

22nd/77 Shu-Ninua #54

  • 18th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs XiShou (, 혜수); the "waiting head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #54, the 22nd/77 and the 22nd/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Shu-Ninua or Kidin-Ninua, the son of Bazaya, covering 14 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1611 through BC AYN 1598 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.
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Aquarius.png Aquarius (Tetragram Binary #9): Yakmesi #22 Parallels the Generation of Terah

The annual sun transits ShuiPingZuo (); "Aquarius" in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Aquarius is The Star with symbology of the Roman numeral XVII.

26th/32 Path-items is the 16th/22 Hebrew letters of Ayin (ע), the 10th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Aquarius (Aquarius.png); the "water or cup bearer."

RenYiSan Man One Three

3rd/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) BingTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of RenYiSan (, 인일삼);[10] "human one three" where human one () is the human that is "one" or heaven called XiaoTian (); the "small heaven," the 1st/3 parts of the solar system, the inner or lower[14] (תחתית) story (תשים) solar system and the number three () is the 3rd/3 parts of XiaoTian (), the 3rd/9 orbital plain or destiny of DiQiu (); the "earth globe, sphere or pearl."[55]

RenYiSan () encompasses TianYuanFangSan (); the "heavenly origin or currency direction three" of 60° through 99° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

3rd/3 tri-manors of RenYiSan () human-one-three encompasses 9 families or houses or 3 tri-families, of the pigeons [43](גוזל), the 3rd/3 types of birds or aves of the 1st/3 objects XiaoTian () in Genesis 15:11 which occurred during Abram's 3 great offerings in BC AYN 1928.

Pigeons (גוזל) also means "robbeth" [56](גוזל), reminiscent of Thessalonians 5:1: "the day of the lord comes as a thief in the night."

15th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Zibeon

Duke (אלוף) Zibeon [50](צבעון); "coloured" is the 3rd/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

LouXiuBu (宿); the millennial "bond, drag or pull often mansion department” in HR 215 termed Lou-Teh (-ﻁ), where the letter head Teh (), corresponds with the Hebrew Nun sofit (ן) encompassing 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

23rd/77 Sharma-Adad II #55

  • 19th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs CongShou (, 종수); the "compliance head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #55, the 23rd/77 and the 23rd/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Sharma-Adad II, the son of Shu-Ninua, covering 3 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1597 through BC AYN 1595 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

24th/77 Erisum III #56

  • 20th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs JinShou (, 진수); the "advancing head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #56, the 24th/77 and the 24th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Erisum III (הרסם), the son of Sharma-Adad II, covering 13 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1594 through BC AYN 1582 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

25th/77 Shamshi-Adad II #57

  • 21st/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShiShou (, 석수); the "release head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #57, the 26th/77 and the 25th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Shamshi-Adad II (שמשי-אדד), the son of Erisum, covering 6 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1581 through BC AYN 1576 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

16th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Dishon

Duke (אלוף) Dishon [28](דשון); "threshing" is the 5th/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

  • WeiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "stomach mansion department” in HR 216 termed Wei-Zah (-ﻅ), where the letter head Zah (), corresponds with the Hebrew Pe sophit or sofit (ף) encompassing 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

26th/77 Ishme-Dagan II #58

  • 22nd/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs GeShou (, 격수); the "pattern head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #58, the 26th/77 and the 26th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ishme-Dagan II, the son of Shamshi-Adad II, covering 16 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1575 through BC AYN 1560 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

27th/77 Shamshi-Adad III #59

  • 23rd/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YiShou (, 이수); the "harm [57](חרם) head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #59, the 27th/77 and the 27th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Shamshi-Adad III (שמשי-אדד), the son of [another] Ishme-Adad the brother of Sharma-Adad II, the son of Shu-Ninua, covering 16 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1559 through BC AYN 1544 concurrent with the Period of Slavery in Egypt.

28th/77 Ashur-Nirari I #60

17th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Ezer

Duke (אלוף) Ezer [28](אצר); "treasure" is the 6th/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

  • MaoXiuBu (宿); the millennial "hairy head mansion department” in HR 217 termed Mao-Ain (-ﻉ), where the letter head Mao (), a derivative of the Hebrew Ayin encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

29th/77 Puzur-Ashur III #61

  • 25th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhengShou (, 쟁수); the "contention head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #61, the 29th/77 and the 29th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Puzur-Ashur III (פזר-אשור), the son of Ashur-nirari I, covering 24 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1517 through BC AYN 1494 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
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Pisces.png Pisces (Tetragram Binary #14): Yakmeni #23 Parallels the Generation of Abram

The annual sun transits ShuangYuZuo (); "Pisces" in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Pisces is The Moon with symbology of the Roman numeral XVIII.

The fish is a poikilothermic (cold-blood) water-dwelling vertebrate (subphylum) with gills.

28th/32 Path-items is the 18th/22 Hebrew letters of Tzade (צ), the 11th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Pisces (Pisces.png); the "fish."

30th/77 Enlil-nasir I #62

  • 26th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs WuShou (, 무수); the "scrutiny head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #62, the 30th/77 and the 30th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Enlil-nasir I, the son of Puzur-Ashur III, covering 13 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1493 through BC AYN 1481 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

31st/77 Nur-ili #63

  • 27th/81: 3nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShiShou (, 사수); the "transactions head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #63, the 31st/77 and the 31st/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Nur-ili, the son of Enlil-nasir I, covering 12 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1480 through BC AYN 1469 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
XiaoDi ()

2nd/3 Stories of the Ark of the Solar System XiaoDi

The second[14] of three (שנים) stories (תשים) in the Heavens[15] (שמים) is called XiaoDi (); the "small earth," the 2nd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the near outer solar system and called martya-lokah (לכה) in the Srimad-Bhagavatam 3.11.28 and JiIlGuk or DiYiGuo (지일국, ) the "earthly unified nation." XiaoDi () constitutes the 2nd/3 tri-orbital plains or destinies consisting of TianErYi (), DiErEr () and RenErSan () in Heaven's Code's and approximates the Egyptian season of Shemu (שמו); "his heaven" within Mictlan's Nine Underworlds.

XiaoDi () the small earth is the 2nd/3 objects or pieces [17](איש-בתרו) of Caprinae, the sub-family of the Bovidae family offered by Abram in Genesis 15:9 as the condition for his symbolic offering symbolizing the ark of the solar system in the growth stage.

The 1st/3 parts of XiaoDi () of TianErYi (, 천이일) is considered as part of the complex known as TianErSan[59] (); "heaven-two-three," the western zodiac by way of the 6 X 6 = 36 dot matrix of 36 Decans and also termed HaoKongTu (); "empty palace diagram" related to the HaoXiuBu (宿); "empty hollow mansion department” in HR 210.

TianErYi Heaven Two One

4th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) DingTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of TianErYi (, 천이일);[10] "heaven two one" where heaven two () is the heaven that is "two" called XiaoDi (); the "small earth," the 2nd/3 parts of the solar system, the near outer or second[14] (שנים) story (תשים) solar system and the one () is the 1st/3 parts of XiaoDi (), the 4th/9 orbital plain or destiny of HuoXing (); the "fire planet" of Mars [60](מרס); Greek: Ares (ארס).

TianErYi () encompasses DiYuanFangYi (); the "earthly origin or currency direction one" of 100° through 139° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

DiYuanFangYi () 40 degree-days in Biblical history originates the 40 day period of Joshua’s Spying the Land[61] in BC AYN 1459 during the reign of Ashur-Rabi I.

1st/3 tri-manors of TianErYi () heaven-two-one encompasses 9 families or houses or 3 tri-families, of the ram [43](איל); "aries" (אריס), the 1st/2 types of the Caprinae sub-family of the Bovidae family of the 2nd/3 objects XiaoDi () in Genesis 15:11 which occurred during Abram's 3 great offerings in BC AYN 1928.

18th/27 Mansion Departments: Duke Dishan

Duke (אלוף) Dishan [28](דישן); [cause] "thresher" is the 7th/7 sons of Seir (שעיר); "shaggy or hairy" the Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

  • BiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "completed net mansion department” in HR 218 termed Bi-Ghain (-ﻍ), where the letter head Mao (), a derivative of the Hebrew Gimel (ג) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

32nd/77 Ashur-shaduni #64

  • 28th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs GengShou (, 경수); the "change head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #64, the 32nd/77 and the 32nd/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-shaduni, the son of Nur-ili, covering 1 month of an annual limmum (לימים); "year" during BC AYN 1469 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

33rd/77 Ashur-rabi I #65

34th/77 Ashur-nadin-ahhe I #66

  • 30th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YiShou (, 의수); the "fortitude head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #66, the 34th/77 and the 34th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-nadin-ahhe I, the son of Ashur-rabi, covering 14 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1450 through BC AYN 1436 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

19th/27 Mansion Departments: Hori

Hori [63](חורי); "cave dweller," the 1st/3 children of Lotan (לוטן), also known as Seir (שעיר); the "shaggy or hairy" Horite (חורי) in Arian age, embodying:

  • ZuiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "hairy horn[64] (털 뿔) or turtle beak mansion department” in HR 219 termed Zui-Peh (-ﻑ), where the letter head Peh (), a derivative of the Hebrew Pe (פ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

35th/77 Enlil-nasir II #67

  • 31st/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhuangShou (, 장수); the "pretence head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #67, the 35th/77 and the 35th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Enlil-nasir II (ענליל), ousted his brother Ashur-nadin-ahhe I, both sons of Ashur-rabi I, covering 6 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1436 through BC AYN 1431 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

Aries.png Aries (Tetragram Binary #1): Yazkur-el #24 Parallels the Generation of Isaac

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The annual sun transits Aries in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Aries is The Heirophant with symbology of the Roman numeral V.

A male sheep is a ram, with comparison to a ewe (רחל). Domestic Sheep; Binomial name: Ovis aries, is a woolly ruminant quadruped and the most common species of sheep, one of 8 species of sheep; genus Ovis and part of the goat antelope subfamily Caprinae the family Bovidae. Sheep in Hebrew is kebes [65](כבש), root stem is bes (בש), with the Hebrew conjunction (ו) combining in the command imperative tense (י) forms beysh (ביש) yields obeysh (ביש) or an alternate Anglicizing spelling of Ovis.

29th/32 Path-items is the 19th/22 Hebrew letters of Qoph (ק), the 12th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Aries (Aries.png); the "ram."

36th/77 Ashur-nirari II #68

  • 32nd/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhongShou (, 중수); the "multitude head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #68, the 36th/77 and the 36th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-nirari II (אשור-ניררי), the son of Enlil-nasir II, covering 7 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1430 through BC AYN 1424 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

37th/77 Ashur-bel-nisesu #69

  • 33rd/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs MiShou (, 밀수); the "intimacy head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #69, the 37th/77 and the 37th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-bel-nisesu [66](אשור-בעל-נססו); "Ashur lord his people," the son of Ashur-nirari II, covering 9 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1423 through BC AYN 1415 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

20th/27 Mansion Departments: Hemam

Hemam [63](הימם); "exterminating," the 2nd/3 children of Lotan (לוטן) in Arian age, embodying:

  • CenXiuBu (宿); the millennial "take part in, intercede or intervene mansion department” in HR 220 termed Cen-Qaf (-ﻑ), where the letter head Peh (), a derivative of the Hebrew Qoph (ק) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

38th/77 Ashur-rem-nisesu II #70

  • 34th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs QinShou (, 친수); the "relatives head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #70, the 38th/77 and the 38th/39 kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-rem-nisesu [66](נססו), the son of Ashur-bel-nisesu, covering 8 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1414 through BC AYN 1407 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

39th/77 Ashur-nadin-ahhe II #71

  • 35th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs lianShou (, 렴수); the "accumulation head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #71, the 39th/77 and the 39th/39 and last of the kings of the old Assyrian period is Ashur-nadin-ahhe II [67](נדנ-אחה), the son of Ashur-rim-nisheshu II, covering 10 annual limmum (לימים); "years" during BC AYN 1406 through BC AYN 1397 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
MIDDLE ASSYRIAN PERIOD

40th/77 Eriba-Adad I #72

  • 36th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs QiangShou (, 강수); the "boundaries head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #72, the 40th/77 and the 1st/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Eriba-Adad I [68](חרב-אדד), the son of Ashur-bel-nisheshu, covering 27 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1396 through BC AYN 1370 concurrent with the Period of Judges. Eriba-Adad styled himself “regent of Enlil,” the first Assyrian monarch to do so since Shamshi-Adad I.
DiErSan (); Earth-Two-Three

The 2nd/3 parts of XiaoDi () of DiErEr (, 지이이); "earth two two" is considered as part of the complex known as DiErSan; "earth-two-three"[59] (), the Celestial Caliphate of Chinese 28 Xiu (סיו, 宿, 숙, סוך) Mansions or lodges by way of the 8 X 8 = 64 dot matrix.

DiErEr Earth Two Two

5th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) WuJiTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of DiErEr (, 지이이);[10] "earth two two" where earth two () is the earth that is "two" called XiaoDi (); the "small earth," the 2nd/3 parts of the solar system, the near outer or second[14] (שנים) story (תשים) solar system and the two () is the 2nd/3 parts of XiaoDi (), the 5th/9 orbital plain or destiny of MuXing (); the "wood or tree planet" of Jupiter.

DiErEr () encompasses DiYuanFangEr (); the "earthly origin or currency direction two" of 140° through 179° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

2nd/3 tri-manors of TianErYi () heaven-two-one encompasses 9 families or houses or 3 tri-families, of the she-goat [43](עז), the 2nd/2 types of the Caprinae sub-family of the Bovidae family of the 2nd/3 objects XiaoDi () in Genesis 15:11 which occurred during Abram's 3 great offerings in BC AYN 1928.

21st/27 Mansion Departments: Timna

Timna [63](תמנע); "restraining," the 3rd/3 children of Lotan (לוטן) in Arian age, embodying:

  • JingXiuBu (宿); the millennial "well mansion department” in HR 221 termed Jing-Caf (-ﻑ), where the letter head Caf (), a derivative of the Hebrew Caph (כ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

41st/77 Ashur-uballit I #73

  • 37th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs SuiShou (, 수수); the "year head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #73, the 41st/77 and the 2nd/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ashur-uballit I (ובעלות), the son of Eriba-Adad, covering 36 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1369 through BC AYN 1334 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

42nd/77 Enlil-nirari I #74

  • 38th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShengShou (, 성수); the "abundance head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #74, the 42nd/77 and the 3rd/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Enlil-nirari (ענליל-ניררי), the son of Ashur-uballit I, covering 10 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1333 through BC AYN 1324 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

Taurus.png Taurus (Tetragram Binary #6): Ila-Kabkabu #25 Parallels the Generation of Jacob

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The annual sun transits Taurus in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Taurus is The Emperor with symbology of the Roman numeral IV.

In Hebrew the bull is para (פרא); the singular form of the Hebrew plural Priam [69](פרים); bulls of the species bos primigenius. Brahman cattle are called zebus; scientific classification: bos primigenius indicus, also known as bos Taurus indicus.

15th/32 Path-items is the 5th/22 Hebrew letters of He (ה), the 1st/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizes Taurus (Taurus.png); the "bull."

43rd/77 Arik-den-ili #75

22nd/27 Mansion Departments: Alvan

Alvan [72](עלון); "tall," the 1st/5 children of Shobal (שובל) in Arian age, embodying:

GuiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "ghost carriage mansion department” in HR 222 termed Gui-Lam (-ﻝ), where the letter head Lam (), a derivative of the Hebrew Lamed (ל) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

44th/77 Adad-nirari I #76

45th/77 Shalmaneser I #77

  • 41st/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YingShou (, 응수); the "befitting head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #77, the 45th/77 and the 6th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Shalmaneser I [73](שלמונ-אסר), the son of Adad-nirari I, covering 30 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1279 through BC AYN 1250 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
    • BC AYN 1279: 1st/30 years of Shalmaneser I when Shalmaneser conquered 8 countries in the northwest and destroyed the fortress of Arinnu, the dust of which he brought to Ashur. Assyrian inscriptions of the first year of Shalmaneser I also mention Uruartri as one of the states of Nairi (נערי) – a loose confederation of small kingdoms and tribal states in the Armenian Highland [74](ארמן); “palace or castle” in the 13th – 11th centuries BC. Urartu (אררטו) or Uruartri itself was in the region around Lake Van or Upper Nairi Sea.
    • BC AYN 1278: 2nd/30 years of the reign of Shalmaneser I when he restores the temple of Ashur, 586 years before the 2nd/12 years of and according to Esarhaddon in BC AYN 694.

46th/77 Tukulti-Ninurta I #78

  • 42nd/81: 3nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YingShou (, 영수); the "greeting head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #78, the 46th/77 and the 7th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Tukulti-Ninurta I (תקלתי-נענערתא), the son of Shalmaneser I, covering 37 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1249 through BC AYN 1213 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
    • Tukulti-Ninurta I is the first Assyrian king to be shown kneeling before the Nusku [75](נסך) thrown alter of a non-present divinity, illustrative of the chastisement of "the angels who kept not there first estate" or seat of Jude 1:6 or cast out in Revelation 12:9 in Celestial Caliphate 503. Julian Jaynes calls this the historical precedent of the breakdown of consciousness in the bicameral mind[76] in antiquity.
    • Boaz (בעז), a mighty man of wealth, the son of Salmon (שלמון) of the family of Elimelech[77] (אלימלך); "my God king" and husband of the Biblical Ruth is a contemporary of Tukulti-Ninurta I the son of Shalman-eser I a contemporary with Shalman (שלמן), both having the same Hebrew root-stem of Salmon (שלמון).

23rd/27 Mansion Departments: Manahath

Manahath [72](מנחת); "rest," the 2nd/5 children of Shobal (שובל) in Arian age, embodying:

LiuXiuBu (宿); the millennial "willow tree or pleasure mansion department” in HR 223 termed Liu-Meem (-ﻡ), where the letter head Meem (), a derivative of the Hebrew Meem (מ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

47th/77 Ashur-nadin-apli I #79

  • 43rd/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YuShou (, 우수); the "meeting head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #79, the 47th/77 and the 8th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ashur-nadin-apli (אשור-נדנ-אפלי), the son of Tukulti-Ninurta, covering 4 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1212 through BC AYN 1209 concurrent with the Period of Judges after having seized the throne of Tukulti-Ninurta.

48th/77 Ashur-nirari III #80

  • 44th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZaoShou (, 조수); the "stove head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #80, the 48th/77 and the 9th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ashur-nirari III (אשור-ניררי) inscribed As-sur-ERIM.GABA, the son of Ashur-nadin-apli, covering 6 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1208 through BC AYN 1203 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

49th/77 Enlil-kudurri-usur I #81

  • 45th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs DaShou (, 대수); the "great or big head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #81, the 49th/77 and the 10th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Enlil-kudurri-usur (ענליל-כדרי-אצר), the son of Tukulti-Ninurta, covering 5 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1202 through BC AYN 1198 concurrent with the Period of Judges.
    • BC AYN 1198: 5th/5 and last year of the reign of Enlil-kudurri-usur (ענליל-כדרי-אצר) king of Assyria according to the Khorsabad list is identical with and synchronized[78] to the 30th/30 and last year of the reign of Adad-sumi-linnasir/Adad-shuma-usur (אדד-שמא-אצר) king of Babylon dynasty III, the Kassites dynasty.

Gemini.png Gemini (Tetragram Binary #11): Aminu #26 Parallels the Generation of Simeon and Levi, Brethren along with Shamshi-Adad I in the Position of the Twins

Zhong () Binary #11 Gemini.png

The annual sun transits Gemini in Arian age.

Hebraically in the "prophecy of Jacob," Simeon and Levi are the only 2 “brethren”[79] grouping together when their father speaks unto them, and blesses them,”[80] thus Simeon and Levi corresponds with the twins;[81] Gemini.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Gemini is The Lovers with symbology of the Roman numeral Ⅵ. The Lovers are the first ideal realizing standard relationship of brother and sister and then husband and wife. The term twin most notably is specific to two individuals share the same uterus or womb.

16th/32 Path-items: the 6th/22 Hebrew letters of Vaw (ו), the 2nd/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizes Gemini (Gemini.png); the "twins."

RenErSan (); Man-Two-Three

The 3rd/3 parts of XiaoDi () of RenErSan (, 인이삼); "man two three"[59] () includes the 64 LiuShiSiGua () called MingCheng/KingWen (/) by way of the 10 X 10 = 100 dot matrix.

RenErSan Man Two Three

6th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) GengTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of RenErSan (, 지이삼);[10] "human two three" where human two () is the human that is "two" called XiaoDi (); the "small earth," the 2nd/3 parts of the solar system, the near outer or second[14] (שנים) story (תשים) solar system and the three () is the 3rd/3 parts of XiaoDi (), the 6th/9 orbital plain or destiny of TuXing (); the "peasant planet" of Saturn.

RenErSan () encompasses DiYuanFangSan (); the "earthly origin or currency direction three" of 180° through 219° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

24th/27 Mansion Departments: Ebal

Ebal [72](עיבל); "stone or bare mountain,"[82] the 3rd/5 children of Shobal (שובל) in Arian age, embodying:

XingXiuBu (宿); the millennial "star or planet mansion department” in HR 224 termed Xing-Noon (-ﻥ), where the letter head Noon (), a derivative of the Hebrew Nun (נ) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

50th/77 Ninurta-apal-Ekur #82

51st/77 Ashur-Dan I #83

  • 47th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs WenShou (, 문수); the "literature head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #83, the 51st/77 and the 12th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ashur-Dan I (אשור-דן); "judge Ashur," the son of Ashur-nadin-apli, covering 46 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1194 through BC AYN 1149 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

52nd/77 Ninurta-tukulti-Ashur #84

  • 48th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs LiShou (, 례수); the "propriety head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #84, the 52nd/77 and the 13th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ninurta-tukulti-Ashur (נענערתא-תקלתי-אשור), the son of Ashur-Dan, covering briefly a time during BC AYN 1148 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

25th/27 Mansion Departments: Shepo

Shepo [72](שפו); "bold," the 4th/5 children of Shobal (שובל) in Arian age, embodying:

ZhangXiuBu (宿); the millennial "extended net mansion department” in HR 225 termed Zhang-Heh (-ه), where the letter head Heh (ه), a derivative of the Hebrew He (ה) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

53nd/77 Mutakkil-nusku #85

  • 49th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs TaoShou (, 도수); the "escape head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #85, the 53rd/77 and the 14th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Mutakkil-nusku, the brother of Ninurta-tukulti-Ashur, covering briefly a time during BC AYN 1147 concurrent with the Period of Judges.

54th/77 Ashur-resh-ishi I #86

  • 50th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs TangShou (, 당수); the "dodder-plant head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #86, the 54th/77 and the 15th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Ashur-resh-ishi I (אשור-רש-ישי) inscribed as-sur-SAG-i-si, the son of Mutakkil-nusku, covering 18 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1146 through BC AYN 1129 ending the Period of Judges.

55th/77 Tiglath-Pileser I #87

  • 51st/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs SanShou (, 상수); the "rule head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #87, the 55th/77 and the 16th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Tiglath-Pileser I (תגלת-פול-אסר), the son of Ashur-resh-ishi, covering 39 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1128 through BC AYN 1090 beginning the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel concurrent with the reign of Saul the son of Kish of the family of Matri.
    • Tiglath-Pileser I [84](תגלת-פול-אסר) in Akkadian is Tukulti-apil-Esarra [85](תקלתי-אפיל-השרה) means “my trust is in the son of Esharra" (השרה).
    • BC AYN 1123 in a Year 6 inscription that the Temple of Anu and Adad was restored by Tiglath-Pileser 641 years after re-construction by Shamshi-Adad I in BC AYN 1764.

Cancer.png Cancer: Sulili #27 (שללי) Parallels the Generation of Jamin (ימין) the 2nd Son of Simeon (Aminu)

Xian () Binary #2 Cancer.png

The annual sun transits JuXieZuo (, 거해좌, חוא); Cancer in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Cancer is The Chariot with symbology of the Roman numeral VII.

The term crab is often with application to several different groups of short (nose to tail) decapods with thick exoskeletons, but only members of the Brachyura are true crabs i.e. a crustacean of the infraorder Brachyura that is with five pairs of legs, the foremost of which are in the form of claws, and a carapace.

17th/32 Path-items is the 7th/22 Hebrew letters of Zayin (ז), the 3rd/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Cancer (Cancer.png); the "crab."

26th/27 Mansion Departments: Onam

Onam [72](ואונם); "vigorous," the 5th/5 children of Shobal (שובל) in Arian age, embodying:

YiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "wings mansion department” in HR 226 termed Yi-Waw (-ه), where the letter head Waw (ه), a derivative of the Hebrew Vau (ו) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

56th/77 Asharid-apal-Ekur #88

  • 52nd/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs DuShou (, 도수); the "degree head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #88, the 56th/77 and the 17th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Asharid-apal-Ekur (אשרד-אפל-הקור), the son of Tiglath-Pileser I, covering 2 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1089 through BC AYN 1088 in the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel concurrent with the reign of Ish-bosheth (איש-בשת) the son of Saul.
  • Aya (איה); "falcon" (homing pigeon, 3rd flight) is the Akkadian language, while in the Sumerian language Aya is known as Serida (שרדה), E.BABBAR; "bright (white) house," in the cult cities of Larsa and Sippar (צפר). In the Sumerian literary composition Nanna-Suen's journey to Nibru dating to the Old Babylonian period, Serida is one of several goddesses who tempt Nanna-Suen during his boat journey to Enlil's temple in Nibru. As Nanna-Suen sails past Larsa, Serida/Aya tries to persuade him to deposit the boat's precious cargo there, but he rebuffs her and continues on his way. The cult of Serida; Hindu: "faith," is attested in the early dynastic and Old Babylonian periods.

57th/77 Ashur-bel-kala #89

58th/77 Eriba-Adad II #90

  • 54th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs KunShou (, 곤수); the "posterity head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #90, the 58th/77 and the 19th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Eriba-Adad II (חרב אדד), the son of Ashur-bel-kala, covering 2 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1069 through BC AYN 1068 in the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel concurrent with the reign of David (דוד) the son of Jesse (ישי).

3rd/3 Stories of the Ark of the Solar System XiaoRen

The third[14] of three (שלשים) stories (תשים) in the Heavens[15] (שמים) is called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 stories of the ark of the solar system, the far outer solar system and called Svarga-lokah (לכה) in the Srimad-Bhagavatam 3.11.28 and InIlGuk or RenYiGuo (인일국, ) the "humanly unified nation." XiaoRen () constitutes the 3rd/3 tri-orbital plains or destinies consisting of TianSanYi (), DiSanEr () and RenSanSan () in Heaven's Code's and approximates the Egyptian season of Akhet (אחת); "sister" within Mictlan's Nine Underworlds.

XiaoRen () the small human is the 3rd/3 objects or pieces [17](איש-בתרו) of the heifer, a young cow before she has had her first calf of the Bovinae sub-family of the Bovidae family offered by Abram in Genesis 15:9 as the condition for his symbolic offering symbolizing the ark of the solar system in the completion stage.

TianSanYi Heaven Three One

7th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) XinTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of TianSanYi (, 천삼일);[10] "heaven three one" where heaven three () is the heaven that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 parts of the solar system, the far outer or third[14] (שלשים) story (תשים) solar system and the one () is the 1st/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 7th/9 orbital plain or destiny of TianWangXing (); "heavens's king planet" of Uranus.

TianSanYi () encompasses RenYuanFangYi (); the "humanly origin or currency direction one" of 220° through 259° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

27th/27 Mansion Departments: Aiah

Aiah [88](איה); "falcon," the 1st/2 children of Zibeon (צבעון). Aya (איה) is the wife of the sun god Shamash/Utu. A late recension of the god list An-Anum, Tablet III, during Achaemenid Uruk (c.550-331 BCE) syncretises several other goddesses with Aya; Ninkar, Sudag, Sudgan, Ninmulguna, Munusulsutag.

ZhenXiuBu (宿); the millennial "running board of a chariot mansion department” in HR 227 termed Zhen-Yeh (-ی), where the letter head Yeh (ی), a derivative of the Hebrew Yodh (י) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

59th/77 Shamshi-Adad IV #91

  • 55th/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs JianShou (, 감수); the "diminishing (חסור) head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #91, the 59th/77 and the 20th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Shamshi-Adad IV (שמשי אדד), the son of Tiglath-Pileser I, covering 4 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1067 through BC AYN 1064 in the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel concurrent with the reign of David (דוד) the son of Jesse (ישי).

60th/77 Ashur-nasir-pal I #92

61st/77 Shalmaneser II #93

  • 57th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShouShou (, 수수); the "prosperity head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #93, the 61st/77 and the 22nd/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Shalmaneser II (שלמנ-אסר); “Shulmanu (שלמה-נע) pre-eminent or foremost,” inscribed SILIM-ma-nu-MAS/SAG (משח), the son of Ashur-nasir-pal I, covering 12 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 1044 through BC AYN 1033 in the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel.

1st/27 Mansion Departments: Anah

Anah [89](ענה: ONE as in 1/27; "answer," the 2nd/2 children of Zibeon (צבעון) in Arian age, embodying:

JiaoXiuBu (宿); the millennial "horn or angle mansion department” in HR 201 termed Jiao-Alef (-ﺍ), where the letter head Alef (), a derivative of the Hebrew Aleph (א) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

62nd/77 Ashur-nirari IV #94

Leo.png Leo: Ushpia #16 Parallels the Generation of Shelah

Dui () Binary #7 Leo.png

The annual sun transits ShiZiZuo (, 사자좌, חוא); Leo in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Leo is The Strength with symbology of the Roman numeral VIII.

the lion (a large cat); Binomial name: Panthera Leo is a mammal of the family Felidae.

18th/32 Path-items is the 9th/22 Hebrew letters of Heth (ח), the 4th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Leo (Leo.png); the "Lion."

63rd/77 Ashur-rabi II #95

64th/77 Ashur-resh-ishi II #96

2nd/27 Mansion Departments: Dishon

Dishon [90](דשן); "thresher," the 1st/2 children (son) of Anah (ענה) in Arian age, embodying:

GangXiuBu (宿); the millennial "neck, high, proud or skilled mansion department” in HR 202 termed Gang-Beh (-ﺏ), where the letter head Beh (), a derivative of the Hebrew Beth (ב) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

65th/77 Tiglath-Pileser II #97

  • 61st/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShiShou (, 식수); the "adorn head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #97, the 65th/77 and the 26th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period is Tiglath-Pileser II (תגלת-פול-אסר) the son of Ashur-resh-ishi II, covering 32 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 981 through BC AYN 950 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • Tiglath-Pileser II [84](תגלת-פול-אסר) in Akkadian is Tukulti-apil-Esarra [85](תקלתי-אפיל-השרה) means “my trust is in the son of Esharra" (השרה).

66th/77 Ashur-Dan II #98

NEO-ASSYRIAN PERIOD

67th/77 Adad-nirari II #99

  • 63rd/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs JiShou (, 시수); the "inspect head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #99, the 67th/77 and the 1st/11 kings of the Neo-Assyrian period is Adad-nirari II (אדד-ניררי) the son of Ashur-Dan II, covering 21 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 926 through BC AYN 906 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South. "The reign of Adad-nirari II marks a new era, not only in the history of Assyria, but in that of the world, for another reason. It so happens that from his time the list of the limmi (לימי) or eponymous magistracy of the years was kept without omission till the close of the Assyrian empire."[91]

DiSanEr Earth Three Two

8th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) RenTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of DiSanEr (, 지삼이);[10] "earth three two" where earth three () is the earth that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 parts of the solar system, the far outer or third[14] (שלשים) story (תשים) solar system and the two () is the 2nd/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 8th/9 orbital plain or destiny of HaiWangXing (); "ocean or sea king planet" of Neptune.

Neptune; Mandarin: HaiWangXing (); Korean: HaeWangSeong (해왕성); the "sea king star or planet" is diagrammed as DoHae (, 도해, [93]דוחה; “her chase”); the “image or diagram [of the] sea,” or “sea diagram” as part of the FuXi LongXie ( ); the “hidden breath or vapor of the dragon solution, untying or loosening.”

DiSanEr () encompasses RenYuanFangEr (); the "humanly origin or currency direction two" of 260° through 299° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

RenYuanFangEr () 40 degree-days in Biblical history originates with the 40 Days of the Prophecy of Jonah (יונה) of the overthrow (נהפכת) or fall of Nineveh [94](נינוה) in BC AYN 622.

3rd/27 Mansion Departments: Aholibamah

Aholibamah [90](אהליבמה); "tent of the beast," the 2nd/2 children (daughter) of Anah (ענה) in Arian age, embodying:

DiXiuBu (宿); the millennial "foundation or root mansion department” in HR 203 termed Di-Teh (-ﺕ), where the letter-head Teh (ﺕ), a derivative of the Hebrew Teth (ט) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

68th/77 Tukulti-Ninurta II #100

Virgo.png Virgo: Apiashal #17 Parallels the Generation of Eber

Sui () Binary #12 Virgo.png

The annual sun transits ChuNuZuo (, 처녀좌, חוא); Virgo in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Virgo (בירגו); the "virgin" [95](עלמה) is The Hermit with symbology of the Roman numeral IX.

Traditionally, virgin [96](בירגן) is with use to specify a person without participating in sexual corelationships. In the most general sense, virginity is characterizing by a state of vaginal purity. In Dutch virginity is Maagdelijk with the root stem in Dutch maagd meaning virgin. The use of these Dutch terms is the phonetic equivalent to Magdala; “Mary of Magdala” or Mary Magdalene.[97] The virgin is specific the species Homo Sapiens Sapiens.

19th/32 Path-items is the 9th/22 Hebrew letters of Teth (ט), the 5th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Virgo (Virgo.png); the "virgin."

69th/77 Ashur-nasir-pal II #101

70th/77 Shalmaneser III #102

4th/27 Mansion Departments: Hemdan

Hemdan [101](המדן); "desire," the 1st/4 children of Dishon (דישן) in Arian age, embodying:

FangXiuBu (宿); the millennial "building, house or room mansion department” in HR 203 termed Fang-Theh (-ﺙ), where the letter-head Theh (ﺕ), a derivative of the Hebrew Tou or Thou (ת) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

71st/77 Shamshi-Adad V #103

72nd/77 Adad-nirari III #104

73rd/77 Shalmaneser IV #105

5th/27 Mansion Departments: Eshban

Eshban [101](ואשבן); "fire of discernment," the 2nd/4 children of Dishon (דישן) in Arian age, embodying:

XinXiuBu (宿); the millennial celestial caliphate “heart mansion department” of HR 205 termed Xin-Jeem (-ﺝ), where the letter-head Jeem (ﺝ), a derivative (contraction of Mayim; “m-jeem”: מים) of the Hebrew Mem sophit or sofit (ם) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

74th/77 Ashur-Dan III #106

75th/77 Ashur-nirari V #107

Shao () Binary #3 Libra.png

Libra.png Libra: Hale #18 Parallels the Generation of Peleg

The annual sun transits Libra in Arian age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Libra is Justice with symbology of the Roman numeral XI.

20th/32 Path-items is the 10th/22 Hebrew letters of Yodh (י), the 6th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Libra (Libra.png); the "weighing scale or balance" [102](מאזן; Cheng ).

76th/77 Tiglath-Pileser III #108

  • 72nd/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs JianShou (, 견수); the "obduracy head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #108, the 76th/77 and the 10th/11 kings of the Neo-Assyrian period is Tiglath-Pileser III (תגלת-פול-אסר) the son of Ashur-nirari V, covering 18 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 762 through BC AYN 745 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • Tiglath-Pileser III [84](תגלת-פול-אסר) in Akkadian is Tukulti-apil-Esarra [85](תקלתי-אפיל-השרה) means “my trust is in the son of Esharra" (השרה). Tiglath-Pileser III seized the Assyrian throne during a civil war and killed the royal family. The Assyrian army, already the greatest fighting force in the world, now became the world's first professional standing army.
      • The Assyrians in the eighth century B.C. had conquered the entire ancient Near East, including Egypt, to build the first world empire.[103] Tiglath-Pileser III's conquests and reforms led to the establishment of the Neo-Assyrian Kingdom as a first true world empire.
    • BC AYN 762: 1st/18 years of the reign of Tiglath-Pileser III (תגלת-פול-אסר); Akkadian: Tukulti-apil-Esarra (תקלתי-אפיל-השרה) providentially synchronized with the 12th/20 years of Pekah (פקח) the son of Remaliah (רמליהו) King of Israel of the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the 8th/9 orbital plains or destinies of Neptune.
    • BC AYN 750: 1st/3 years of the reign of Nabu-nadin-zeri king of Babylon in the ninth dynasty of Babylon (dynasty E).
    • BC AYN 748: 15th/18 years of the reign of Tiglath-Pileser III (תגלת-פול-אסר); Akkadian: Tukulti-apil-Esarra (תקלתי-אפיל-השרה), his forces with the capture of the stronghold of Sapia (Sapiya) brought to end the reign of Nabu-nadin-zeri king of Babylon after 3 years in the ninth dynasty of Babylon (dynasty E).

RenSanSan Man Three Three

9th/9 heavens (, 6.2.6 DPI) GuiTian () in Heaven's Code's is the orbital plain or destiny of RenSanSan (, 인삼삼);[10] "earth three three" where earth three () is the earth that is "three" called XiaoRen (); the "small human," the 3rd/3 parts of the solar system, the far outer or third[14] (שלשים) story (תשים) solar system and the three () is the 3nd/3 parts of XiaoRen (), the 9th/9 orbital plain or destiny of MingWangXing (); "dark king planet" of Pluto.

RenSanSan () encompasses RenYuanFangSan (); the "humanly origin or currency direction two" of 300° through 339° of a compass circle of tri-manors.

6th/27 Mansion Departments: Ethran

Ethran [101](יתרן); "advantage," the 3rd/4 sons of Dishon (דישן) also means "profit" [104](יתרון), a characteristic of a plutocracy; "wealth rule," consistent with the orbital plain of MingWangXing (); "dark king planet" of Pluto and those things in the orbital resonance with the 1st/3 Trans-Neptunian objects conventional divisions of the Kuiper belt.

WeiXiuBu (宿); the millennial celestial caliphate “tail or extremity mansion department” in HR 206 termed Wei-Hath (-ﺡ), where the letter-head Hath (ﺡ), a derivative of the Hebrew Heth (ח) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

77th/77 Shalmaneser V #109

  • 73rd/81: 1st/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ChengShou (, 성수); the "completing head or chief" in the original list of Assyrian kings #109, the 77th/77 and the 11th/11 and the last of the kings of the Neo-Assyrian period is Shalmaneser V (שלמונ-אסר) the son of Tiglath-Pileser III, covering 5 annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 745 through BC AYN 740 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • ChengShou () the completing head or chief Shalmaneser V is the completion of the document known as Assyrian King List.
POST ASSYRIAN KING LIST

Sargon II/Sharru-Kin #110

  • 74th/81: 2nd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ZhiShou (, 지수); the "will or closure head or chief" of the Assyrian kings #110, and the 1st/8 kings after the Assyrian king list was completed is Sharru-kin II (שרו-קין); "to cause possession (of) royalty" Sargon II (סרגון) the successor of Shalmaneser V, covering 18+ annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 740 through BC AYN 722 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • BC AYN 728: 12th/18+ years of the reign of Sargon II (סרגון) or Sharru-Kin II (שרו-קין) King of Assyria according to the List of Assyrian kings when Sargon’s name appears in the Bible in Isaiah 20:1, which records the Assyrian capture of Ashdod (אשדודה) when Sargon sent the Tartan (תרתן); the “commander-in-chief” of the Assyrian Army.
      • In Assyria, the Tartan ranked next to the king. The office was also duplicated, since there was a tartanu imni (תרתנו-ימני); “tartan of the right,” modern day “second division commander" as well as a tartanu shumeli (תרתנו-שמלי); “tartan of the left,” modern day “first division commander.”

Sennacherib #111

Sennacherib on Chariot
  • 75th/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs ShiShou (, 실수); the "error head or chief" of the Assyrian kings #111, and the 2nd/8 kings after the Assyrian king list was completed; Akkadian: Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies;" normalized in Hebrew: Sennacherib (סנחריב); "moon sword," the flaming (להט) sword (חריב) turning (מתהפכה) every way (I Ching), the successor of and son of Sargon II, covering 26+ annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 722 through end of BC AYN 696 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • BC AYN 722: 1st partial year of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies," is providentially synchronous with the 14th/29 years of the reign of king Hezekiah (חזקיה) of the Southern Kingdom of Judah did Sennacherib (סנחריב) King of Assyria came up against all the cities [with] fences of Judah, and took them, as Isaiah specifies in Isaiah 36:1.
      • Sennacherib ascended to the throne upon the death of his father, Sargon, on Abu[105] (6th/12 lunar month) 12 of Sargon’s 17th year; BC AYN 722.
    • BC AYN 721: 1st/26+ full regnal[105] year of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies" King of Assyria.
    • BC AYN 720: 2nd/26+ years of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies" King of Assyria when Sennacherib’s first campaign extended from the month of Shabatu (11th/12 lunar month), near the end of his 2nd regnal year (BC AYN 720) and continued beyond the first of Nisanu (1st/12 lunar month), the beginning of Sennacherib’s 3rd regnal year; BC AYN 719.[106] Sennacherib’s 3rd regnal year, therefore, equals the 1st regnal year of Bel-ibni, who Sennacherib placed upon the throne of Akkad in Babylonia during his first campaign.
    • BC AYN 719: 3rd/26+ years of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies" King of Assyria is the end of Sennacherib's first campaign resulting in a puppet king named Bel-ibni being placed on the throne, see the Babylonian Standard Guideline.
    • BC AYN 705: 17th/26+ years of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies" King of Assyria when Sennacherib completely destroyed and sacked Babylon.
    • BC AYN 696: 26th/26+ years of the reign of Sennacherib (סנחריב); Sîn-ahhi-eriba (סנ-אחי-חריב); "moon my brother pleads or multiplies" King of Assyria was worshiping the house of Nisroch” (נסרך); “eagle thyself,” his god or deity that Addrammelech (אדר-מלך) and Sharezer (שר-אצר) his two sons smote him with the sword (חרב), and they escaped into the land of Armenia (אררט).
      • 56th/102 years of the life of Tobiah I [107](טוביה) in the Book of Tobit 2:11 and 14:3 when Tobiah/Tobias was made blind and lost his sight after Sennacherib was assassinated by Addrammelech and Sharezer his sons.

7th/27 Mansion Departments: Cheran

Cheran [101](כרן); "lyre," the 4th/4 sons of Dishon (דישן) is cognate with Charon (כרן), the largest satellite of Pluto and named after Charon (mythology) of Greek mythology, the ferryman who ferried the dead to the underworld is consistent with the orbital plain of MingWangXing (); "dark king planet" of Pluto and those things in such orbital area.

Cheran (כרן) is the same term used for the Age of Kali or Kali Yuga commencing the Period of Sumerian Predynastic Nephelim in BC AYN 440,696 known as a Charana (; “doctrine:” こう ろん, כרן; “lyre”)[108] beginning a 432,000 year period: 7200 Sexagenary cycles (LiuShi HuaJia: ) concluding in BC AYN 8697.

JiXiuBu (宿); the millennial celestial caliphate “winnow basket mansion department” in HR 207 termed Ji-Khah (-ﺥ), where the letter-head Khah (ﺥ), a derivative of the Hebrew Caph sophit (ך) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

Esarhaddon #112

Ashur-bani-pal with Queen (British Museum)

Ashurbanipal #113

Ashur-etil-ilani #114

Kuiper Belt Orbital Resonance

8th/27 Mansion Departments: Bilhan

Bilhan [23](בלהן); "our decrepitude," the 1st/3 sons of Ezer (אצר); "treasure" is in the position of the 3rd/3 Trans-Neptunian objects conventional divisions of the Oort cloud.

Bilhan (בלהן) has the Hebrew root-stem of BLE (בלה); "old,"[112] the same root-stem as Bilhah (בלהה); "trouble," Rachel's handmaid and the mother of Naphtali (BC AYN 1765-1634) and Dan (BC AYN 1762-1643) in Arian age.

BLE (בלה) old, is also the same root-stem as Nebula (נבלה), which before galaxies were discovered by Edwin Hubble originally was a term for any extended astronomical object, including galaxies beyond the Milky Way or any object beyond the end of the ark of the solar system being the last of 27 mansions in the Assyrian Standard Guideline in Arian age, embodying:

DouXiuBu (宿); the millennial "contentious dipper, dry peck or liquid measure mansion department” in HR 508 termed Dou-Dal (-ﺥ), where the letter-head Dal (ﺥ), a derivative of the Hebrew Daleth (ד) encompasses 3 sub-department heads or Chiefs (: Shou, שוע):

Scorpio.png Scorpio: Samani #19 (שמני); the "eighth" sign of Arian Age Paralleling the Generation of Reu

Geng () Binary #8 Scorpio.png

The annual sun transits Scorpio in Arian Age.

The dynamic image of the major arcana (אר-כנע) Tarot (טרות) corresponding to Scorpio is La Mort] with symbology of the Roman numeral XIII.

A scorpion is an invertebrate animal with eight legs belonging to the order Scorpiones in the class Arachnida.

  • In ancient Greece the chief magistrate in various Greek city states is an Archon (αρχων: ארכון), the root of Arachnida (ארכנ-ידע).

22nd/32 Path-indexes is the 12th/22 Hebrew letters of Lamed (ל), the 7th/12 simple or elemental letters symbolizing Scorpio (Scorpio.png); the "scorpion."

Sin-shumu-lishir #115

Sin-shar-ishkun #116

Ashur-uballit II #117

  • 81st/81: 3rd/3 sub-department heads or chiefs YangShou (, 양수); the "nourishing head or chief" of the Assyrian kings #117, and the 8th/8 kings after the Assyrian king list was completed; Akkadian: Ashur-uballit II (אשור-ובעלת), a royal family constituent and possible brother of Sin-shar-ishkun, covering 4 known annual limmum (לימים) during BC AYN 622 through BC AYN 619 concurrent with the Period of the Divided Kingdom of Israel of North and South.
    • BC AYN 622: 1st/4 known years of the the reign of king Ashur-uballit II (אשור-ובעלת) who is made King of Assyria after the Battle of Nineveh and the death of Sin-shar-ishkun in the month of Abu (אב) and who subsequently refused to submit and successfully fought his way out of Nineveh, founding a final capital at Harran in the 6th/12 lunar month of Ululu (אלול) according to the Fall of Nineveh Chronicles (Chronicle 3 or ABC 3) of the Babylonian Chronicles.
    • BC AYN 619: 4th/4 known years of the the reign of king Ashur-uballit II when after Josiah was defeated at Meggido, and was killed in the battle in BC AYN 620 Pharaoh Nechoh II marched on together with Ashur-uballit II, to besiege Harran in BC AYN 619. They were defeated and the Egyptians retreated into northern Syria. Ashur-uballit II disappears from history, bringing an end to the Assyrian empire and the TaiXuanZhun YiGuaMing (); the "great black standard guideline of changes fortunes names, titles and positions" diagram or sigil.
      • Limmu (לימי) new-year officials were appointed down to the very end of his recorded reign; his final known year (BC AYN 619) is known eponymously for the limmu as Gargamisayu; the “Carchemishite,” the last year ever in history so to receive an official Assyrian name.

End of Assyrian Kingdom.

Absolute Chronology and the Ussa-year Factor

The absolute chronology (including: BC AYN Annuals) in the Assyrian Standard Guideline as well as other Universal Syphers documents in the WikiSyphers™ is calibrated with a maximum tolerance of + or - one half a year due to the ussa-year[113] factor; due to determining the exact year in the reign of the subject in which the subject assumed the status of king or central figure officially.

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Footnotes

  1. Genesis 32:28 Hebrew Strong's #3478
  2. Genesis 10:22
  3. Genesis 1:2
  4. CheonBuGyeong (천부경, 天符經) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991), page 171
  5. The Shou Tai Hsuan Ching, pp 60, 2nd/81 Shou (, 수, שוע) of Zhou (); "surrounding or circumference" in the TaiXuanJing, The Alternative I Ching Derek Walters The Aquarian Press (1983, 1987)
  6. Coba Stele, The Mayan Calendar and the Transformation of Consciousness, Calleman, The Mayan Code; Barbara Hand Clow (2007)
  7. Exodus 40:4 Hebrew Strong's #6186 IRCh (ערכ); to arrange, set, put or lay in order, ordain or direct
  8. Genesis 1:14
  9. Genesis 1:7
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 270
  11. CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 313-314 Earth's heavenly dwelling or temple
  12. Job 24:11
  13. Genesis 2:9
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 Genesis 6:16
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Amos 9:6
  16. Exodus 23:29
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Genesis 15:10
  18. Numbers 26:63 Hebrew Strong's #6160
  19. Answer, respond, testify or speak Hebrew Strong's #6030
  20. Numbers 26:63 Hebrew Strong's #6035
  21. Numbers 32:41 Hebrew Strong's #2333
  22. Genesis 15:11
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Genesis 36:27
  24. Genesis 3:19
  25. SLL; Shell, "handfuls of purpose" Ruth 2:15 similar to glean (לקת; Lakota)
  26. Book of Jasher Chapter 13 Verse 20
  27. Psalms 53:3
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Genesis 36:21
  29. 3rd Earth Chronicles: The War of Gods and Men pp 298-299, Zacharia Sitchin (1985)
  30. see Preparation for Offering in Adam's Family Habilitated
  31. Genesis 14:17, Genesis 14:18, Genesis 14:19
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 Isaiah 41:7
  33. Joshua 7:24
  34. An alternative etymology links the ginn- prefix with that found in terms with a sacral meaning, such as ginn-heilagr, ginn-regin (both referring to the gods) and ginn-runa (referring to the runes), thus interpreting Ginnungagap as signifying a "magical (and creative) power-filled space", >De Vries (1977:167)
  35. "The sweets" (חסמים) Exodus 25:6 Hebrew Strong's #5561
  36. Fear Genesis 10:23, First Communities and Noah's Family Generations/2
  37. Overthrow Exodus 23:24
  38. Psalms 104:2
  39. Year Hebrew Strong's #3117 Judges 17:10
  40. Genesis 25:33
  41. Genesis 25:23
  42. 42.0 42.1 Genesis 36:28
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 43.3 Genesis 15:9
  44. Jeremiah 32:23
  45. Judges 18:25
  46. Genesis 10:16
  47. Eponyms of Erisum II
  48. 2nd/6 sons of Leah Genesis 35:23, Book of Jasher Chapter 61 Verse 4,see BC AYN 1648 when Simeon died in the 75th year since the Israelites going down to Egypt in BC AYN 1722
  49. 3rd/6 sons of Leah Genesis 35:23, Book of Jasher Chapter 63 Verse 1,see BC AYN 1644 when Levi died in the 93rd year since the Israelites going down to Egypt in BC AYN 1722
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 Genesis 36:20
  51. [http:/mlbible.com/genesis/25-34.htm Genesis 25:34]
  52. Genesis 49:9
  53. Beautiful and well (יפת-תאר) Genesis 29:17, Divided (יבתר) Genesis 15:10
  54. 2 Chronicles 26:5 “the days of Zachariah”
  55. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary (1988) page 996
  56. Proverbs 28:24
  57. flat nose, destroy, accursed Leviticus 21:18, Hebrew Strong's #2763
  58. Judges 3:8
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 CheonBuGyeong by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) pp 313 Earth's heavenly dwelling or temple
  60. "Lofty" Esther 1:14
  61. Joshua 2:1
  62. Joshua 2:1
  63. 63.0 63.1 63.2 Genesis 36:22
  64. Kum Sung New Ace Chinese Character Dictionary Pp 1368
  65. Hebrew Strong's #3532
  66. 66.0 66.1 Standard-bearer (נסס) Isaiah 10:18 fainteth (מסס) for: inscribed As-sur-EN-UN.MES--SU, Isaiah 59:19 standard (נססה)
  67. Gift (נדן) Ezekiel 16:33
  68. Dagger (חרב; "sword") of the contemporary Ehud 2nd/15 Judges of Israel Judges 3:16
  69. Genesis 32:15, The Big Bang Flock Prepares for Egypt/8
  70. Compare 1 Chronicles 7:39 children of Asher: Arah (ארח) the 1st son of Ulla (עלא)
  71. Hebrew Strong's #1438 Psalms 107:16
  72. 72.0 72.1 72.2 72.3 72.4 Genesis 36:23
  73. Rush 4:1
  74. Hebrew Strong’s #764, 2 Samuel 21:8 and Hebrew Strong’s #759, Isaiah 23:3 (ארמון), “palaces” Jeremiah 17:27 (ארמונות)
  75. Genesis 35:14
  76. The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind pp 223-224, Julian Jaynes (1976)
  77. Rush 2:1
  78. SECOND DYNASTY OF ISIN ACCORDING TO A NEW KING-LIST TABLET pp. 28
  79. Genesis 49:5
  80. Genesis 49:28
  81. 6 Earth Chronicles: The Cosmic Code pp. 35-37, Zacharia Sitchin (1998)
  82. Mt. Ebal Deuteronomy 27:13
  83. Na'aman 1984, pp 117
  84. 84.0 84.1 84.2 C.f. North-central Turkey; Galatia (גלתיה); “springs” Joshua 15:19
  85. 85.0 85.1 85.2 “Thou or she Thunderites” a derivative of “Thunder” (קלת) Hebrew Strong’s #6963 1 Samuel 12:18
  86. 2 Samuel 5:5
  87. 2 Samuel 5:5
  88. Genesis 36:24, 2 Samuel 3:7
  89. Genesis 36:24
  90. 90.0 90.1 Genesis 36:25
  91. The Ancient History of the Near East, from the Earliest Times to the Battle ... Harry Reginald Hall p.44
  92. Synchronistic History iii 8/21 of the Babylonian Chronicles Synchronistic History (ABC 21) another translation
  93. “Chase” Psalms 35:6 Hebrew Strong's #1760 also “outcast, driven out or cast down, CheonBuGyeong SamIlSinGo (천부경 삼일신고, ) by Choe DongHoan: 최동환 Publisher © HyaunMyoJiDo: 현묘지도 (1991) page 110 도해 (TuXie, )
  94. Jonah 3:4
  95. Song of Solomon 1:3
  96. Murmur or whisper Psalms 106:25
  97. Unification Ministry/6
  98. 2 Kings 13:5, Genesis 36:25
  99. Synchronistic History iii line 26: 5/25 of the Babylonian Chronicles Synchronistic History (ABC 21) another translation
  100. Synchronistic History iii line 27: 6/25 of the Babylonian Chronicles Synchronistic History (ABC 21) another translation
  101. 101.0 101.1 101.2 101.3 Genesis 36:26
  102. Isaiah 40:15 Strong’s Hebrew #3976-3937
  103. Dp-II-4.7.1 The Progress of History in the Age of the Providence of Restoration
  104. Ecclesiastes 5:9
  105. 105.0 105.1 The Assyrian Version Chapter IV pp. 39
  106. The Assyrian Version Chapter IV pp. 40
  107. Zechariah 6:10
  108. Hebrew Strong’s #3763 Genesis 36:26
  109. Daniel 2:1 Hebrew Strong's #6470
  110. Iddina (עדינא); Hebrew: "slender" or slim 1 Chronicles 11:42 Hebrew Strong's #5721
  111. 2 Kings 19:37
  112. (בלה) Lamentations 3:4, (בלהה) Genesis 29:29
  113. Cambridge Ancient History Part I pp 209, 219

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