Gallery of universal triangles.
Hexagram i-jing 57

mythological legends of ancient druids and plants of northern Europe

1. Perfect world.
ARIES - cardinal sign and first quarter of zodiac.
SCORPIO - firm sign and third quarter of zodiac.
PISCES - mutable sign and fourth quarter of zodiac.

2. Person.
CAPRICORN - cardinal mark and elements of ground.
SCORPIO - firm mark and elements of water.
SAGITTARIUS - mutable mark and elements of fire.

3. Imperfect world - unconscious sphere.
TAURUS - initial third of astrological circle and symbol of earth element.
SCORPIO - middle third of zodiacal circle and symbol of water element.
SAGITTARIUS - last third of astrological circle and symbol of fiery element.

4. Imperfect world - conscious sphere.
CAPRICORN - third segment of zodiacal chart and ground natural elements.
SCORPIO - second segment of zodiacal chart and water natural elements.
ARIES - first segment of zodiacal chart and fire natural elements.

5. Discrete world - astral sphere.
CAPRICORN - area of slow planets - earth elemental nature.
SCORPIO - area of less rapid planets - water elemental nature.
LEO - area of fast heavenly bodies - fiery elemental nature.

6. Discrete world - ethereal sphere.
VIRGO - slow heavenly bodies and ground elementals.
CRAB - less rapid heavenly bodies and water elementals.
ARIES - fast planets and fire elementals.


The shown images of triangles and astrological charts of world reality allow to correlate hexagrams of the Chinese Book of Changes i-jing with names and kinds of trees which according to mythological legends of ancient druids or otherwise to mystical knowledge of pagan priests of northern Europe corresponded to zodiacal signs before classical or modern astrology, the same as twelve animals of traditional calendar in China.
Natural flora of China differ from plants of northern Europe, but however comparison of hexagrams with trees of druids can interest researchers of the Book of Changes i-jing and Chinese philosophy.

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Information about mythological legends of ancient druids and conjectural oracle of northern Europe.