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hierarchy of gods in Olympic pantheon and canon i-jing

 

Hierarchy of gods in Olympic pantheon and canon i-jing.
The fourth page shows parities of symbols Ba Gua of Chinese canon i-jing with numbers of Pythagorean numerology and logical structure of hierarchical interrelations of mythological gods in Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece within magic square.

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Olympic pantheon and canon of changes i-jing.
Pythagorean numerology and symbols Ba Gua.

Greek mythological gods form Olympic pantheon which corresponds to magic square of nine numbers of Pythagorean numerology. Also mythological gods of Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece within magic square of Pythagorean numerological numbers form logical structure of hierarchical interrelations which are equivalent to parities of symbols Ba Gua with hierarchy of children and parents in family in the context of Chinese canon of changes i-jing, that is possible to see on charts.

Olympic pantheon and canon of changes i-jing

Zeus - Leto - Apollo - Artemis form correct quadrangle in space of magic numerological square and Olympic pantheon of mythological gods of Ancient Greece.
Apollo and Artemis are brother and sister or twins.
Leto and Zeus are parents of Apollo and Artemis.
Leto is not lawful wife of Zeus, and consequently Apollo and Artemis have been born as illegal children.
Apollo - sixth symbol Ba Gua - second middle son - number 8.
Artemis - third symbol Ba Gua - second middle daughter - number 2.
Leto - eighth symbol Ba Gua - mother - number 4.
Zeus - first symbol Ba Gua - father - number 6.

Pythagorean numerology and symbols Ba Gua

Zeus - Demeter - Dionysus - Persephone form rectangular triangle in space of numerical Pythagorean square and hierarchy of Olympic pantheon of Greek mythology.
Dionysus and Persephone are brother and sister.
Zeus and Demeter are spouses and parents of Dionysus and Persephone.
Demeter is second lawful wife of Zeus alongside with Hera.
Dionysus - sixth symbol Ba Gua - second middle son - number 8.
Persephone - third symbol Ba Gua - second middle daughter - number 2.
Zeus and Demeter - first symbol Ba Gua - father - number 6.
Zeus and Demeter correspond with first symbol Ba Gua of the canon of changes i-jing and hierarchical status of father in structure of Olympic pantheon. Because goddess Demeter alongside with Zeus has divine status of supreme deity in Olympic hierarchy, that is equivalent to father.

rectangular triangle in space of numerical Pythagorean square

Zeus - Hera - Eilithia - Angelos - Hebe form truncated rhombus in space of numerical square of Pythagorean numerology and hierarchy of Olympic pantheon of mythological gods of Ancient Greece.
Eilithia and Angelos and Hebe are three sisters.
Zeus and Hera are spouses and parents of Eilithia and Angelos and Hebe.
Hera is main lawful wife of Zeus.
Angelos - fourth symbol Ba Gua - first elder son - number 1.
Hebe - fifth symbol Ba Gua - first elder daughter - number 7.
Zeus - first symbol Ba Gua - father - number 6.
Hera and Eilithia - eighth symbol Ba Gua - mother - number 4.
Eilithia alongside with Hera corresponds with eighth symbol Ba Gua of canon i-jing and status of mother in hierarchical structure of Olympic pantheon, but she is daughter of Hera. Because goddess Eilithia is favorite daughter of Zeus with hierarchical status which is equivalent to mother.
Goddess Angelos is daughter of Zeus and Hera, but she corresponds with fourth symbol Ba Gua of canon i-jing, that corresponds to divine status of elder or senior son in hierarchy of Olympic pantheon.

divine status of elder or senior son in hierarchy of Olympic pantheon

Hera - Ares - Hephaestus form acute-angled triangle in space of magic numbers of Pythagorean numerology and divine hierarchy of Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece.
Ares and Hephaestus are brothers.
Hera is mother of Ares and Hephaestus.
Hera is lawful wife of Zeus, but Ares and Hephaestus are not children of Zeus.
Hera - eighth symbol Ba Gua - mother - number 4.
Ares - fourth symbol Ba Gua - first elder son - number 1.
Hephaestus - fifth symbol Ba Gua - first elder daughter - number 7.
Hephaestus is son of Hera, but he corresponds with fifth symbol Ba Gua of canon i-jing, that corresponds to divine status of elder or senior daughter in hierarchical structure of Olympic pantheon.

magic square of Pythagorean numerology and heavenly hierarchy of Ancient Greece

Zeus - Hermes - Aphrodite form acute-angled triangle in space of magic square of Pythagorean numerology and heavenly hierarchy of Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece.
Hermes and Aphrodite are stepbrother and stepsister, because these mythological deities are illegal children of Zeus from different mothers.
Hermes - seventh symbol Ba Gua - third younger son - number 3.
Aphrodite - second symbol Ba Gua - third younger daughter - number 9.
Zeus - first symbol Ba Gua - father - number 6.
At first Zeus and Hera in lawful matrimonial attitudes have given birth to Angelos and Hebe which have hierarchical status of elder children.
Then Hera besides lawful matrimonial attitudes with Zeus has given birth to Ares and Hephaestus which too have hierarchical status of elder children.
Then Zeus and Demeter in lawful matrimonial attitudes have given birth to Dionysus and Persephone which have hierarchical status of middle children.
Then Zeus and Leto in illegal union have given birth to Apollo and Artemis which too have hierarchical status of middle children.
Then Zeus besides mutual attitudes with lawful spouses became father of Hermes and Aphrodite who are younger children.

matrimonial attitudes as hierarchical interrelations of father and middle daughter

Persephone - Hades - Poseidon - Amphitrite - Rhea - Dionysus form not closed quadrangle in space of magic square and heavenly hierarchy of mythological gods of Olympic pantheon.
Persephone - third symbol Ba Gua - second middle daughter - number 2.
Hades and Poseidon - first symbol Ba Gua - father - number 6.
Amphitrite and Rhea - eighth symbol Ba Gua - mother - number 4.
Dionysus - sixth symbol Ba Gua - second middle son - number 8.
Persephone and Hades are spouses.
Matrimonial attitudes of Persephone and Hades correspond to hierarchical interrelations of father and middle daughter. Therefore goddess Persephone personifies spring awakening of nature, but she comes back in gloomy empire of Hades before middle of autumn.
Poseidon and Amphitrite are spouses.
Dionysus is mythological god who has no matrimonial attitudes, but he is devoted in orgies of Rhea or Great Mother who corresponds with number 4 of Greek Pythagorean numerology and eighth symbol Ba Gua of Chinese canon i-jing.

mythological gods of Ancient Greece and symbols Ba Gua of Chinese canon i-jing

Prometheus - Hebe - Epimetheus - Heracles - Pandora - Pasiphea - Hypnos form not closed quadrangle in space of magic square and divine hierarchy of Olympic pantheon.
Prometheus and Hebe - fifth symbol Ba Gua - first elder daughter - number 7.
Epimetheus and Heracles - fourth symbol Ba Gua - first elder son - number 1.
Pandora and Pasiphea - second symbol Ba Gua - third younger daughter - number 9.
Hypnos - seventh symbol Ba Gua - third younger son - number 3.
Prometheus and Epimetheus are brothers.
Hebe is wife of Heracles whose characteristics are equivalent to cumulative qualities of Ares and Epimetheus who correspond with fourth symbol Ba Gua of Chinese canon of changes i-jing and numerological number 1.
Matrimonial attitudes Hebe and Heracles correspond to hierarchical interrelations of elder daughter and elder son.
Pandora is wife of Epimetheus.
Matrimonial attitudes of Pandora and Epimetheus correspond to hierarchical interrelations of younger daughter and elder son.
Pasiphea is wife of Hypnos.
Matrimonial attitudes of Pasiphea and Hypnos correspond to hierarchical interrelations of younger daughter and younger son.
In total logical structure of hierarchical interrelations of mythological gods in Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece and symbols Ba Gua of Chinese canon of changes i-jing within magic square of Pythagorean numerology form 36 numerical combinations which are shown on following charts.

ratio of symbols Ba Gua in cells along verticals or horizontals
 
First chart shows numerical combinations which correspond to ratio of symbols Ba Gua in cells which are adjacent along verticals or horizontals or diagonals.
15/51 - 35/53 - 67/76 - 78/87 - along verticals.
14/41 - 46/64 - 23/32 - 28/82 - along horizontals.
45/54 - 47/74 - 27/72 - 25/52 - along diagonals.
positional configurations of human body poses and emotional displays
 
Second chart shows numerical combinations which correspond to ratio of symbols Ba Gua in cells which are opposite along verticals or horizontals or diagonals.
13/31 - 24/42 - 68/86 - along verticals.
16/61 - 57/75 - 38/83 - along horizontals.
18/81 - 36/63 - along diagonals.
numerical combinations and serial numbers of symbolical images in gallery Third chart shows numerical combinations which correspond to ratio of symbols Ba Gua in cells which have displacement displaced along verticals or horizontals.
12/21 - 48/84 - 34/43 - 26/62 - along verticals.
17/71 - 58/85 - 56/65 - 37/73 - along horizontals.

Also it is necessary to consider numerical combinations which correspond to ratio of identical symbols Ba Gua of canon i-jing 11 - 22 - 33 - 44 - 55 - 66 - 77 - 88.
The listed numerical combinations are formed by serial numbers of symbols Ba Gua and correspond to symbolical images in gallery where positional configurations of human body poses and emotional displays in mutual relations of people are compared to hierarchical interrelations of mythological gods in Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece.

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images of configurations

According with information in gallery it is possible to correlate poses and emotional displays of people to hierarchical interrelations of mythological gods in Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece and values of symbols Ba Gua of Chinese canon i-jing.

Following page describes mutual relations of mythological gods of Olympic pantheon of Ancient Greece according to ratio with fundamental world elements.

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