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steve

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well said, Moss Elk , pretty much happened like that, i like the way you simplified the line, that i couldnt do, the line became complicated

is the line connected with 49 in anyway, directly?


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Thank you steve,

I appreciate that we all are respectful towards one another, though there are differing opinions. We will all see how things play out anyway. Keep your popcorn handy.
 

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( you had have the last word and your were drivin quezon city round for 15 bux wernt you)
 

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Ok, this is what I think and only with the hindsight that the inauguration actually took place.
Contrary to what someone posted I think people were concerned/scared that the inauguration would not occur. I think this is evident in sixth sense question he asked after the election. We don't ask what we are sure of.
At any rate, trumps inauguration takes place. He didn't have to take it in an underground bunker, he didn't have to use the national guard to pull Obama from the Oval Office. A lot of things didn't happen to prevent this transfer of power.
But trump still needs to be wary of his enemies that want to overthrow him.
Of course the whole crowd size issue is another level of meaning and the I Ching not exactly joking or punning but commenting as the I Ching acting like the cryptic sage it can be.
I think trump is right to combat these crowd size stories, they are not as superficial as some people think. I think it's part of the 46.3 answer.
He also campaigned on drain the swamp- so emptying the city of its corruption is a corallary here and part of the advice for trump to succeed.
Also interesting the question was will he be inaugurated, answer 46 Ascension.
He actually had to go down steps from the Capitol building to the inaugural platform.
of course he had to go up steps to Capitol in first place, I think I didn't see that arrival, but idk if he took an elevator but he had to ascend into the Capitol building somehow.
 

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Iams girl said

There is no longer a question of Trump being sworn in as president, but I think "disappointment" is a little off the mark regarding what he faces. To me, it suggests that danger lurks behind the scenes lying in wait for him which, when revealed over the course of time, will entangle him until he "gets off the hook."

I agree with this, in essence.
I don't know where you got the "until he gets off The hook" part of the interpretation but that's very interesting. Where does it come from?
 

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The draining away of joy and the ascending tide of the abysmal seems a strikingly fitting image for this scene... and yes, a sense of greater exhaustion... for the US political system and for the emotional state of the multitude as well. Voters rising out of a sea of discontent in a moment of clear militancy to perhaps and very surprisingly vote out the system as much as vote in Trump.

Water above, water below, this is also much an issue of emotions over reason.

Hex 47.4.5 I'm sure Donald Trump is probably an exhausted man going in to office... he's getting on and the US electoral trail is a long and demanding one even for someone of middle age let alone someone born in 1946. The prospect of being thrown into one of the most demanding jobs in the world very late in life with no previous experience of public office may make continuing exhaustion a potential theme for his office.

Surrounded by enemies, poverty stricken - Trump's campaign emotively motivated the masses with these very issues, walls were to be erected against a threatening sea of outsiders to give jobs to Americans.

Growing upward without stopping surely exhaustion follows - The American econmy is the premier example of mass consumerism and of linear systems thinking. Continuous growth exhausts resources, including people. This model of economic behaviour is not sustainable.

There are words. Not believed - It didn't even matter if there were outed lies and a sea of disinformation.

He who believes the words are important falls into exhaustion - broad loss of faith in the US electoral system from many sides, inside and outside the US.

4 Exhausted in a golden carriage. There will be humiliation - the impending threat of a 'golden' scandal leading up to the inauguration and the ongoing potential for humiliation in a range of spheres, business and private, could be quite a real possibility during his tenure given the track record and Trump's colourful behaviour.

5. The line is straight and central. Favourable to use it for ceremonial offering, he will receive blessings - he did get inaugurated in a place that is very very straight and very very central, generally a great description of the inauguration event itself.

Traditionally initiating moments like inaugurations, weddings, births carry the DNA of that life cycle.

Bigger picture of exhaustion may well be also the perhaps reflect the decline of the American dream. The rise of Trump may signal that the mass are exhausted by a loss of hope in the system itself. Perhaps there will be a sense of abandoning the capital. In a Vice documentary on the Trump election one of the chief strategists of the Republican party said after how things had gone since the Obama terms and the breakdown in political processes he felt like abandoning and moving off to New Zealand.

The multitude, and the army - how the masses may ultimately fair and the militaristic outcomes of a more Nationalistic US building walls, and being more hard line, who can say. So often inaugurations and intiating ceremonies carry the seed of the DNA of that life cycle. Certainly 47.4.5 to 7 seems to fit the whole story

PS Happy New Year to all, hoping that the fiery rooster brings you clarity, precision and order and the rising flames of inspiration... this one may well prove even more of a Phoenix than your average rooster.
 

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46.3 to me is one of the most facinating lines in the book of changes, it always reminds me mainly of Napoleons advance into Russia only to find deserted citys with nothing to really conqueor. Then having to retreat back through a Russian winter, only to be picked off by cosacks, not many survived.

Nice image, steve
 

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Li chien
That's very poetic
The reading was 46.3
Sixth relative said 47 was a typo
 

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Thanks Granma, missed reading on the original typo... a little too much new year fiery rooster energy might have played out here. I did however love the joy sinking into the abysmal as an image for the original scene.
 

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Iams girl said

There is no longer a question of Trump being sworn in as president, but I think "disappointment" is a little off the mark regarding what he faces. To me, it suggests that danger lurks behind the scenes lying in wait for him which, when revealed over the course of time, will entangle him until he "gets off the hook."

I agree with this, in essence.
I don't know where you got the "until he gets off The hook" part of the interpretation but that's very interesting. Where does it come from?

Hi Granma,

I developed a quick rapport with someone who turned out to have a Jekyll and Hyde type personality related to this line. I had to disengage by not reacting to being baited by negative barbs until I basically "got off the hook" and moved on.
 
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City infected with nasty protestors who probably keep many supporters home.
 

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On the one hand, this is a great thread with some excellent discussion of a very on-target reading.
On the other hand, we seem to have exhausted discussion of the reading and landed in pure politics. There's Open Space for that - or, you know, all the rest of the internet.

So... we'll keep the thread as is for its valuable contribution to the archives, and close it.
 
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