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  Fu Xi
Fu Xi taught mankind many arts, such as the use of fishing nets, the breeding of silk worms, and the taming of wild animals.
Furthermore, Fu Xi is said to have invented the one hundred Chinese family names and decreed that marriages may only take place between persons bearing different family names.
Fu Xi is represented as a human being with the body of a snake.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
Fu Xi was born on the lower-middle reaches of the Yellow River in a place called Chengji (possibly modern Lantian, Shaanxi or Tianshui, Gansu).
Fu Hsi is said to have discovered the arrangement in markings on the back of a mythical dragon-horse (sometimes said to be a turtle) that emerged from the river Luo.
Fu Hsi is also credited with the invention of the Guqin, together with Shennong and Huang Di.
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 QP85 S63
Mien i huo hsing hsi pao yu mien i fang fa chin chan / Ko Hsi-jui pien.
Hsi Tai-ping yang je tai shui yu fu yu sheng wu lun wen chi = Proceedings of the plankton from the tropical waters of the Western Pacific Ocean / K...
Feng ching ming sheng yen chiu / chu pien Ting Wen-kuei ; fu chu pien Lin Yuan-hsiang, Hsu Yao-ming.
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 East Asian Collection
Hsi Chou chin wen yu fa yen chiu.
Liang Chou chin wen tz'u ta hsi t'u lu k'ao shih.
Han Chin hsi ch'ui mu chien hsin k'ao.
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Thus we find Chu Hsi concentrating on the inner life of the individual, on the Great Learning's premise that "self-cultivation is the root" of social and political order.(8) Chu's fundamental problematic, the basis of all his intellectual concerns, was the possibility and the difficulty of attaining sagehood by means of self-cultivation.
Chu Hsi's hermeneutical principle that meaning is part of a broader intentionality that also includes practice is the basis for much of his criticism of previous commentators on the I, especially those of the i-li school.
Chu Hsi's claim that divination is the detection of incipient change is found in his commentary on chapter 24 of the Doctrine of the Mean.
www.thedragonscave.org /archives/tdc/i-ching/ICHING06.TXT   (15417 words)

Fabricius fu particolarmente fortunato in quanto, a causa della combinazione delle periodicita', il massimo del 1596 fu uno dei piu' alti: la magnitudine raggiunta fu intorno alla seconda e in questo modo si spiega perche' la ritenne piu' luminosa di alfa Arietis la quale ha magnitudine visuale apparente 2,0.
Fu necessario attendere, nel nostro secolo, lo sviluppo della teoria della pulsazione stellare sviluppata da Sir Arthur Eddington per avere la corretta spiegazione della curva di luce di omicron Ceti.
Un'altra fu vista nel giorno di i-mao a est di Wang-Liang e nel giorno di ting-ssu nell'undicesimo mese a ovest di Wang-Liang rimanendo visibile fino al secondo mese dell'anno successivo.
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 Fu Xi - Comprehensive Romance of the Three Kingdoms Biography
Fu Xi is the first of three noble emperors, the San Huang, in Chinese mythology (1).
Fu Xi is also said to have invented the one hundred Chinese family names, and ordered that marriages may only take place between persons bearing different family names (3).
One note suggests that since Nu Wa was a heavenly being, while Fu Xi was a human, who later on became a God.
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Ruler Fu Hsi devised the eight tri-grams through Taoist observation of the natural world as seen on the patterns on the back of a tortoise's shell as the animal emerged from the Yellow River.
King Wen transformed Fu Hsi's eight-sided diagram, the ba-gua, which is still in use today as a primary feng shui tool.
Fu Hsi paired the eight tri-grams according to their opposites.
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One of these shamans, King Fu Hsi, who lived circa 2,800 BCE, was the first to construct a system by which the underlying structure of the universe could be expressed and understood.
Modern academics generally consider Fu Hsi to be mythical due to the fanciful stories that surround him.
Jade figures have been unearthed that are consistent with the legend of Fu Hsi and has led some to refer to this period as the Jade Age.
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 Cybermacro - Macrobiotics + Macrobiotic Food - Original Yin Yang and Five Transformations by Bill Neall
Fu Hsi came up with this idea after observing all natural phenomena for many years, then using his own body began to make comparisons that were relative to his stand.
We are told that when Fu Hsi looked UP at the SKY and waved his hands that there was only the void which he called The Yielding or great Yin.
Fu Hsi then began to make three line graphs out of broken and solid lines (solid for yang/broken for yin) and began to make a system of eight variants that he related to the family.
www.cybermacro.com /Macrobiotic_Articles/Macrobiotic_Times/Original_Yin_Yang_and_Five_Transformations_by_Bill_Neall   (1589 words)

 Amphibious Gods - Crystalinks
In Chinese mythology, Fu Xi or Fu Hsi was the first of the mythical Three Sovereigns of ancient China.
Fu Xi then came to rule over his decedents although reports of his long reign vary between sources from 115 years (BCE 2852-2737) to 116 years (BCE 2952-2836).
By this tradition, Fu Hsi had the arrangement of the trigrams of the I Ching revealed to him supernaturally.
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 Legends of the I Ching's origins
The story of the I Ching begins with Fu Hsi, the first and greatest emperor of China, a founding hero of the culture.
Fu Hsi observed these markings, and in time he transcribed them as the Before Heaven Sequence of the trigrams.
Not until many centuries after the time of Fu Hsi were the trigrams grasped and understood by Wen Wang, wise king of the Chou.
www.onlineclarity.co.uk /learn/history/legend.php   (606 words)

 martial arts explorer. kung fu page
Little is known about the history of Iron Palm kung fu as it's secret was kept to a small few for many a year and until recently is becoming known to people in the west.
Tai sing or Monkey kung fu is famous in North China; it uses tumbling and rolling manoeuvres with constantly changing footwork.
It is one of the three internal styles of kung fu close to Tai Chi Chuan and Hsing-I. It is said that 90% of the hand techniques while training are with the palms and 80% palms in a fighting situation.
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 Mystical Unicorn:  Legends Of The Unicorn - The Four Sacred Beasts And The Chinese Unicorn
The earliest recorded appearance of the Ch'i lin was to a legendary Chinese sovereign called Fu Hsi c.
On its back it carried certain magical sigils from which Fu Hsi was able to devise the first written Chinese language.
The signs which had inspired Fu Hsi are called the Pa Kua, or eight trigrams.
www.unicornlady.net /legends/four_sacred_beasts_and_chinese_unicorn.html   (1247 words)

 Chu Hsi and Divination
In other words, Chu Hsi's commentaries were not intended to develop the specific moral implications and lessons to be learned from the text and applied to the life of the reader.
Chu Hsi refocused attention on the practical use of the I as a manual of divination, reinterpreting this ancient ritual in terms of his theory of mind and incorporating it into his religious-philosophical system.
Chu Hsi's contradictory statements on whether ghosts and spirits were "regular" aspects of the pattern of the way should not obscure the fact that he consistently describes them in terms of the pattern of yin-yang change.
www2.kenyon.edu /Depts/Religion/Fac/Adler/Writings/Divination.htm   (18410 words)

 Tsu Hsi - Encyclopedia.com
Tsu Hsi Chinese empress dowager: see Tz'u Hsi.
anthology that was coedited by Chu Hsi and Lu Tsu-ch'ien.
Chuan [Chinese Text Omitted], the following is said to have occurred in the year 657 B.C. (i.e., the third year of Duke Hsi of Lu [Chinese Text Omitted], and in the twenty-ninth year of Duke Huan of Ch'i [Chinese Text Omitted]): The Lord of Ch...
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-X-TsuHsi.html   (826 words)

 Chinese Philosophy & Religion: EightTrigrams
The Fu Hsi or Early Heaven arrangement of the trigrams is said to have existed prior to the Book of Changes.
The Szu-Yu (four corners) of the Fu Hsi diagram are composed of the trigrams Sun, Chen, Tui, and Ken. To the right of the Heaven trigram (Southwest) we find the trigram Sun.
In accordance with the concept of "Early Heaven," the Fu Hsi arrangement, with its polar opposites placed in axial positions around the circle, represents the innate, primal, time-independent forces.
qi-journal.com /philosophy.asp?-Token.FindPage=6&-Token.SearchID=EightTrigrams   (754 words)

 Chinese Philosophy & Religion: EightTrigrams
Thus we find that these Five Emperors; Fu Hsi (Subduer of Animals), Shen Nung (the Divine Farmer), Huang-Ti (the Yellow Emperor), Shao Hao, and Chuan Hsu, have each been credited with many inventions the I-Ching (as well as inventing hunting, fishing, and trapping) nearly 5,000 years ago.
It is thought that the patterns that typically reappeared when the shell was heated were given meaning, and this practice eventually led to the formation of the trigrams and hexagrams.
While tortoise shell divination could very well have led to the formation the trigrams and explain one of the Fu Hsi myths, I tend to believe that the formation of the trigrams and hexagrams came about through an evolutionary numerological process which started with the concept of yin and yang.
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 ***Famous Dragon Slayers and Dragonologists***
Fu Hsi: MMCMLXII B.C. Fu Hsi was a Chinese man and the first dragonologist.
He spotted a lung on the banks of China’s Yellow River in the year 2962 B.C. The dragon taught him the ways of writing.
Fu Hsi used the skill and taught people this, eventually teaching them how to use a compass, to make music, to fish, and to domesticate animals.
library.thinkquest.org /04oct/01925/famousdragonologists.html   (616 words)

 Yellow River Cultures
The two earliest Yi Jing cults that are known are the Clans of Pao Hsi and Fu Hsi, are probably related to this village of the wise women, the Fu.
Female-headed clans, the shih fu were in charge of sacrifices, the reception of guests, and funerary services, and basically the managed the internal affairs of the court.
The Female clan, the shih fu of the Ministry of Spring was one of the highest offices according to Commentary of Chou Ch'i (see Chang Cheng Lang, ibid.
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 The Lost Diagram
The old story goes that Fu Hsi was watching his camp fire one night and noticed within it three logs that reminded him of a trigram.
Let me suggest that the diagrams named "Fu Hsi" and "King Wen" contain valid understandings, but the diagram that Fu Hsi discovered, and that you just observed has gone unwritten.
In the traditional King Wen diagram, the trigrams are related as a circle, in the relationship of earth.
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 Acupuncture Therapists Directory: About_Acupuncture
Legend has it that Fu Hsi formulated the first two symbols, a broken line and unbroken line by observing nature.
Fu Hsi then discovered that when yin-yang fuse, a creative action occurs, and this gives birth to a third aspect.
Fu Hsi then pondered on how this triplicity occurs eight times and this led to the eight trigrams and then 64 hexagrams of the I-Ching (Book of Change).
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Fu Xi was the emperor credited for bringing the Chinese nation from the hunting and fishing age to the agricultural age.
The Fu Xi's hexagram table in decimal values is shown in: Table 3.
Fu Xi replaced the white circle with a solid line, and the fl spot with a broken line.
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 East Asian Collection
Hsi ssu liu p'ing chiu wu nien: chang Wei- han hsien sheng hui i lu.
T'ai-pei: Ch'en Hsiung- fu hsien sheng pa shih hua tan ching chu ch'ou pei wei yuan hui,1967.
Pei-ching: Chung-kuo hsi chu ch'u pan she, 1986.
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 Fu Hsi
Fu Hsi (伏羲; pinyin fu2 xi1; Pao-hsi), was the mythical First Emperor of China.
He is reputed to be the inventor of writing, fishing and trapping.
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 Chinese - Timeline Index
Fu Hsi of the San Huang Dynasty, was the first of the mythical Three Sovereigns of ancient China.
Called the Poet Immortal, Li Bai is often regarded, along with Du Fu, as one of the two greatest poe...
Du Fu or Tu Fu was a prominent Chinese poet during the Tang Dynasty.
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 The Qilin and Kongzi
In that year, there was an eclipse of the sun on April 23rd according to modern retrocalculations.
On the animal’s coat, Fu Hsi saw markings.
Mythology also attributes the invention of the Qin (lyre) to Fu Hsi who wished to harmonize mind-heart with the universe.
www.webspawner.com /users/qilinkongzi/index.html   (2126 words)

 Unicorn_History: Ancient Oriental Unicorns in Unicorn Dreams at Lair 2000
The creature was approximately the size of a calf but had a silvery horn extending from the middle of its forehead and was multicolored.
Thus a unicorn, or a ki-lin, was responsible for the introduction of a written Chinese language, which, of course, made it possible to record ideas and philosophy for posterity.
Following the death of Fu Hsi, the unicorn was not seen again in China until the reign of Huang, the Yellow Emperor, who designed houses and the first cities.
lair2000.net /Unicorn_Dreams/Unicorn_History/eastern_unicorns.html   (682 words)

 Great National Treasures of China
Fu Hsi was a legendery emperor of remote antiquity.
In this painting Emperor Fu Hsi is seen seated, his hair loose and a deerskin cast over his shoulders.
At the top is a preface and a eulogy in standard script by the emperor Li-tsung of the Sung dynasty, which refer in particular to Fu Hsi's association with the mystic diagrams.
parallel.park.org /Taiwan/Culture/museum/npmtr/B1115/B111501/index.htm   (153 words)

 I Ching PLUS : Cracked the Code -- Traditional Sequence
The Fu Hsi pattern, derived vertically, develops into a left-right sequence of hexagrams at level 6 with an ORDINALITY bias in that each hexagram is the quantitative successor of the previous when 'read' left-right.
Since we are applying the Fu Hsi method of derivation, we apply one of the principles of Fu Hsi, namely that of opposition/complementarity.
Thus the Fu Hsi derivation process works at an intuitive level that is hard to symbolise and can even be blocked by symbolisation; the ordinality in the form of lines in the hexagrams etc acted to hide full expression.
pages.prodigy.net /lofting/cracked.html   (2696 words)

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