Sorry to hear that. I thought a little bit of criticism would lead to improvement of what you write, after all, it is easy to shout something in the air and expect everyone to take it as hard fact without giving them the chance to check what you say. It is harder, but more convincing, if you can back up what you say with reliable sources. Is that hard for you to believe? I wonder why you refuse to mention sources. Or aren't their any?Couple days ago, I was motivated to write the secret of the numbers in the Hetu drawing. Now that motivation is gone.
I have heard that so many times before. It's a lame excuse, you should still mention your background, your foundation, your starting point, in other words, your sources. Otherwise what you say is just plain fantasy.After ten years looking at HeTu drawing, I understand things that no other books has dare to consider.
Here you go again. You just say something ridiculous without backing it up. Why do you think that yin represents odd numbers and yang represents even numbers? Tell about it, instead of just saying it.I still remembered the first time that I saw HeTu. I saw that Yin represent the odd number and Yang represents the even numbers. I was so puzzle because the logic had contradicted most of the sources out there.
Sure. But if you want to tell about it and make it sound acceptable shouldn't just say something - you should also make it possible to check what you say. Otherwise it is just nonsense.Currently the books and old writing have only opened the small part of secrets of HeTu. There are still undiscovered secrets lies within the HeTu. It's more than just random number.
But I think I made my point. It is up to you to boldly go where no man has gone before - to stay in galaxy phrasing.