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 Page 2. Canon of changes I-Ching and Chinese numerology. The second page describes ratio of digrams in hexagrams I-Ching and numbers of Chinese numerology with logical system of mimic motions of a human face and versions of facial emotions which can be identified according to physiognomic images in five online galleries: impressions - oracle - conditions - relations - times within this website. Information of this online page about hexagrams of the canon of changes I-Ching and Chinese numerology can be interesting for experts and scientists who study culture and philosophy of ancient China, as values and meanings of numerological numbers, and also ratio of numerical signs with symbols of 64 Kwa are unknown from the view point of modern or contemporary science.

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Faces of people and hexagrams I-Ching. Chinese numerology and physiognomy of emotions.

Hexagrams or 64 Kwa of the canon of changes I-Ching are universal symbols of binary logics, as they allow to systematize diverse phenomena of global world validity and aspects of human life. In essence 64 hexagrams can be considered as logical schemes of universal mathematical design of global world space, and also can be correlated to lineaments or features of a human face from the view point of physiognomy, because facial parameters of people are displays or symbols of spatial spheres of universe. Or it is possible to tell that spheres of universe are displayed in human faces in physiognomic outlines and shapes according to which binary logics of the canon of changes I-Ching and numbers of Chinese numerology correspond with logical system of facial mimic motions and emotional expressions, that is shown in the table.

 Table of face-reading. Three physiognomic spheres of a human face, namely eyebrows, eye and mouth correspond to horizontals of the table. Four digrams the Chinese canon of changes I-Ching and variants of mimic motions of eyebrows, eyes and mouth correspond to verticals of the table. In aggregate four digrams and three physiognomic spheres allow to correlate 64 hexagrams of the canon of changes I-Ching and numbers of Chinese numerology to symbolical images which designate variants of emotional expressions in faces of people. Namely this table allow to correlate combinations of lines in hexagrams I-Ching to features of a human face and variants of emotions.

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Variants of emotions in the table are symbolical scheme or chart which designates the most obvious mimic motions and does not consider valid range of real physical movements of facial features, but however any possible human moods are within the scheme and can be correlated with 64 physiognomic symbols in online galleries of this website.
It is necessary to tell that three physiognomic spheres of a human face and four digrams of the canon I-Ching with corresponding numbers of Chinese numerology can be correlated to twelve signs of zodiac and astrological circle which is formal-symbolical model of global world space, as 4x3=12, that is in detail described on pages of this website in section which has the name: divine categories.
Four digrams of the canon I-Ching correspond to Chinese numerological numbers 6, 7, 8, 9 which can be correlated to philosophical categories or values according to which various phenomena of world validity are objective or subjective, and also can be manifested or concealed, stable or unstable.
Namely combinations of twofold binary lines in hexagrams I-Ching have the name "digrams" and have ratio with numbers in the context of Chinese numerology, and consequently versions of emotional expressions of three physiognomic spheres of a human face can be interpreted according to numerological or numerical values of digrams.

Concealed digrams of I-Ching and number 9 in the Chinese numerology.
External objective and internal subjective do not influence each other.

- two entire lines in the top position - physiognomic symbol of quiet eyebrows.
Eyebrows in lineaments of a human face correspond with physiognomic sphere of consciousness.
Quiet equal eyebrows symbolize facial emotions according to which human consciousness is closed in itself.

- two entire lines in the middle position - physiognomic symbol of closed eyes.
Eyes in facial lineaments correspond with physiognomic sphere of individuality.
The closed or quiet eyes symbolize emotions according to which human personality is abstract from external world.

- two entire lines in the bottom position - physiognomic symbol of a quiet mouth.
The mouth within lineaments of a face corresponds with physiognomic sphere of feelings.
The closed quiet mouth symbolizes silence or emotions according to which sensual sensations are not shown in world around.

Stable digrams of I-Ching and number 8 in the Chinese numerology.
External objective influences on internal subjective.

- break line above entire line in the top position - physiognomic symbol of sad eyebrows.
Sad eyebrows symbolize perceiving consciousness which is subject to influence of external information.

- break line above entire line in the middle position - physiognomic symbol of sad eyes.
Sad eyes symbolize facial emotions according to which individuality of a man is subject to influence of objective validity.

- break line above entire line in the bottom position - physiognomic symbol of a sad mouth.
The sad mouth symbolizes human emotions according to which subjective feelings are caused by external objective sensations.

Unstable digrams of I-Ching and number 7 in the Chinese numerology.
Internal subjective influences on external objective.

- entire line above break line in the top position - physiognomic symbol of joyful eyebrows.
Joyful eyebrows in facial lineaments symbolize active consciousness which influences information of external world.

- entire line above break line in the middle position - physiognomic symbol of joyful eyes.
Joyful eyes symbolize expression of emotions according to which individuality of a man actively exists in world around.

- entire line above break line in the bottom position - physiognomic symbol of a joyful mouth.
The joyful mouth symbolizes emotional displays according to which subjective sensual sensations of a person influence feelings of people.

Manifested digrams of I-Ching and number 6 in the Chinese numerology.
External objective and internal subjective influence each other.

- two break lines in the top position - physiognomic symbol of open eyebrows.
The open or lifted eyebrows symbolize emotions according to which personal consciousness reacts on objective information of world around.

- two break lines in the middle position - physiognomic symbol of open eyes.
The open eyes symbolize facial emotions according to which individuality of a person is involved in objective validity.

- two break lines in the bottom position - physiognomic symbol of an open mouth.
The open mouth symbolizes emotions according to which subjective feelings of a person are concerned with objective sensations of world around.

Namely philosophical and psychological concepts of offered logic system of mimic motions consist that eyebrows, eyes and mouth are basic facial features, or otherwise to tell key physiognomic parameters of human emotions which are correlated with combinations and positions of lines in hexagrams of the canon of changes I-Ching and also numbers of Chinese numerology, that symbolizes various movements of a face and emotional expressions or modifications.
Break lines in hexagrams I-Ching symbolize objectivity and validity of the world, and entire lines mean subjective idealistic world.
Therefore open emotions correspond with two break lines and Chinese numerological number 9, as it seems that open facial features perceive objective reality and have communion with surrounding validity.
Quiet emotions correspond with two entire lines and Chinese numerological number 6, as in this case it seems that emotional displays are latent in own or internal ideal world, namely human personality is abstract from objective validity of world around.
Sad emotions correspond with break line above entire and numerological number 8, as it seems that sad facial features mean psychological emotional processes according to which objective world predominates over ideal subjective reality.
Joyful emotions of a face correspond with entire line above break and number 7 of Chinese numerology, as it seems that joyful mimic features mean emotional processes according to which ideal subjective world predominates over objective reality.
It is necessary to mean that logical order of six lines in hexagrams is directed from below upwards, and consequently top lines predominate above bottom. Though bottom lines are coming, and top lines are receding according to symbolical design and traditional philosophy of the Chinese canon of changes I-Ching.
If objective world predominates above ideal reality then physiognomic symbols of emotions have lowering eyebrows and drooping eyelids, and also a mouth which repeats symbolical images of lowering eyebrows and drooping eyelids, that corresponds to psychical grief.
If ideal world predominates over objective reality then physiognomic symbols of facial emotions correspond with uplifting eyebrows and elating eyelids, and also with outlines of a mouth which is similar to uplifting eyebrows and elating eyelids, that corresponds to psychical joy.
It is conditionally possible to speak that if subjective world is a subject for objective reality then eyes are sad, and also eyebrows and mouth express psychical grief. And if subjective world is an object for objective reality then emotional displays express psychical joy.
It is necessary to tell that the resulted philosophical categories according to which lines in hexagrams symbolize objectivity and subjectivity of global phenomena, or logical values according to which four digrams mean emotional modifications of mimic motions, or also ratio of hexagrams with three physiognomic spheres of a human face are not derivatives from classical concepts of the canon of changes I-Ching, and in essence are not derivatives from ancient Chinese philosophy. But however the resulted philosophical categories and logic values are comparable to binary logics of the canon of changes I-Ching, and also do not contradict fundamental principles of ancient Chinese philosophy and numerology.
Besides it is necessary to tell that information on ratio of four digrams with numerological numbers is not derivative from concepts of the canon of changes I-Ching and principles of ancient Chinese philosophy. And differently to tell this information is unknown from the view point of scientists who study and investigate culture of ancient China. Because commenting texts to hexagrams in the classical Chinese Book of Changes I-Ching or I-Jing have ratio of entire and break lines with numbers 9 and 6, but there is no information on numbers 7 and 8. And also commenting texts to hexagrams in the classical Chinese Book of Changes nothing told about ratio of four digrams with numerical signs of Chinese numerology, though such ratio is obvious.
Look detailed information on numbers of Chinese numerology on pages of this website in section which has the name: half faces (concepts 2).

Following page results further descriptions which are necessary for understanding of binary logics of the Chinese canon of changes I-Ching and logical system of human emotions in the context of facial physiognomy and face-reading, and in particular descriptions of physiognomic images in the online gallery of emotional impressions.

Also it is possible to find information in this part of website about mimic motions of human face and visual symbols of emotional impressions, mantic values of physiognomic oracle and puppet character of Punch or Punchinello, rules of analytical face-reading for psychology and psychoanalysis, psychological processes as images of facial outlines and features of physical shapes.

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