Gallery of universal triangles.
Hexagram i-jing 08.
1. Perfect world.
LIBRA - cardinal sign and third quarter of zodiac.
LEO - firm sign and second quarter of zodiac.
VIRGO - mutable sign and second quarter of zodiac.
CRAB - cardinal mark and elements of water.
AQUARIUS - firm mark and elements of air.
GEMINI - mutable mark and elements of air
3. Imperfect world - unconscious sphere.
CRAB - initial third of astrological circle and symbol of water element.
LIBRA - middle third of zodiacal circle and symbol of air element.
AQUARIUS - last third of astrological circle and symbol of air element.
4. Imperfect world - conscious sphere.
PISCES - third segment of zodiacal chart and water natural elements.
LIBRA - second segment of zodiacal chart and air natural elements.
GEMINI - first segment of zodiacal chart and air natural elements.
5. Discrete world - astral sphere.
PISCES - area of slow planets - water elemental nature.
LIBRA - area of less rapid planets - air elemental nature.
GEMINI - area of fast heavenly bodies - air elemental nature.
6. Discrete world - ethereal sphere.
SCORPIO - slow heavenly bodies and water elementals.
AQUARIUS - less rapid heavenly bodies and air elementals.
GEMINI - fast planets and air elementals.
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Information about ratio of hexagrams with twelve zodiacal signs and religious concepts of Hinduism.