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[Unsolved Mystery]Who is the new emperor of China? | Tuibei Diagram | Fuyao | Prophecy

[Unsolved Mystery]Who is the new emperor of China? | Tuibei Diagram | Fuyao | Prophecy
[Unsolved Mystery]Who is the new emperor of China? | Tuibei Diagram | Fuyao | Prophecy

The best prediction about China’s future! What mystery does the 44th image in “Tui Bei Diagram” reveal? Will there be a new emperor in China? (Provided by “Unsolved Mysteries”)

Hello everyone, I am Fuyao. Welcome to explore the unsolved mysteries with me.

In previous issues, we introduced to you the 46th image of “Tui Bei Tu”. The divination image predicts that a person in power will be plotted against by those around him. “Tui Bei Tu” is considered to be China’s first prophetic book. It is said that to this day, everything that can be interpreted is not inaccurate. So who does this 46th image correspond to? Recently, there has been a crazy rumor on the Internet that Emperor Xi himself has taken the throne and started a purge of those around him.

This matter hasn’t settled yet, another rumor has spread on the Internet. It is said that China is about to have a new emperor. “Tui Bei Tu” 44 makes it very clear that Emperor Xi will not be able to sit firmly on the throne. It does not matter whether he is purged or not.

“Tui Bei Tu” 44 images

Today we are going to talk about the 44th image of the Tuibei diagram that makes Emperor Xi restless and the predicted new emperor of China.

Let’s first take a look at what the 44th image prophecy says:

Forty-fourth Xiang Dingwei
Hexagram: Weiji

The prophecy says:
Sun Moon Litian Qun Yinweiwei
Bai Ling comes to court with two feathers and four legs

The song says:
There are saints in China now
Although he is not a hero, he is still successful
Siyi was re-translated as Son of Heaven
Will the Spring of Nine Kingdoms Come in Peace?

Jin Shengtan, a famous literary critic in the late Ming Dynasty and early Qing Dynasty, spoke highly of this image and said: “This image is a sign of the resurrection of a saint and the coming of foreign barbarians to the court, which will lead to great rule.”

So how do everyone interpret this new emperor?

China’s new emperor

Let’s look at the first sentence first: “The sun and the moon are beautiful and the sky is full of darkness.”

Some friends who are proficient in the “Book of Changes” said that the 44 hexagrams are “Weiji”, with Lihuo at the top and Kanshui at the bottom. The word “Li” is similar to the word “Li”, which means it is beautiful because of attachment. Tuan, the ancient classic interpretation of the Book of Changes, says this:

Li, Liye. The sun and the moon are as beautiful as the sky, and the hundreds of grains and trees are as beautiful as the earth. Chongming is as beautiful as the righteousness, and it turns into the world.

That is to say, the sun and the moon are attached to the sky to make the sky beautiful, the grass and trees are attached to the land to make the earth beautiful, and the light is attached to the right path to make the right path manifest. If you follow this rule, you can educate the people of the world.

So it can be seen from here that “the sun and the moon are beautiful in the sky” should mean that the new emperor follows the right path and his majesty is shocking to the world. Therefore, “the crowd is frightened into submission” means that the villains succumb because of fear. “Qunyin” can be understood as little people who do bad things secretly. The word “戰submit” in the dictionary means to give in because of fear.

So how should we interpret “The Bailing comes to court with two feathers and four legs”?

The dictionary says that “Lark” can be interpreted as a lark or various gods. The great poet Li Bai once wrote in an inscription: “Today, the Lord is Mingsheng, and he is pregnant with hundreds of spirits.” (“Tianchang Festival Envoy Wei Gongde, Ezhou Governor”) Liu Bowen, the founding hero of the Ming Dynasty, also wrote such a poem : “Don’t you see, Tianmu Mountain is two thousand feet tall, so the Emperor of Heaven covets Bailing.” (“Jun Tian Le”)

From this point of view, this new emperor is really amazing, even the gods come to worship him. Then could this “two feathers and four legs” be the vehicle of the gods, a Pegasus? You see, doesn’t this Pegasus have a pair of wings and four legs, “two feathers and four legs”?

The year of the Rooster and the Dog has changed.

A friend said that your imagination is so rich and unconstrained. This “two feathers and four legs” may have another meaning, pointing out the time when the new emperor appears. When will that be?

You see, among the 12 zodiac signs, only the chicken has a pair of wings. Behind the chicken is a four-legged dog. So will this “two feathers and four legs” correspond to the Year of the Rooster and the Year of the Dog? The closer it is, the two years of 2029 and 2030, and the further one, 2041, 2042, or 2053, 2054 are all possible.

Of course, these are all interpretations of netizens. But prophecies, before they become reality, do have all kinds of interpretations. Okay, let’s say that the new emperor will appear in the year of the Rooster and the Year of the Dog. So, what will this new dynasty or new regime look like? Then look down.

“There are saints in China today, although they are not heroes, they are all successful.”

It seems that the new emperor is not only a king, but also a “saint” who educates the world. As for the next sentence, “Although he is not a hero, he is still successful”, despite the small number of words, it actually contains a huge amount of information. Let’s break it down.

Let me first talk about the four words “although not a hero”. Since ancient times, every dynasty change in the land of China has been a drama of “conquering the world with military force and ruling the country with kings”, following the law of the jungle where the strong are the heroes. The emperors gained their world from horses. However, this saint and emperor was not such a “hero”. Then this new dynasty was probably established in a peaceful way.

So what is the story behind the word “Zhou Cheng”? Friends who are familiar with Chinese history say that this most likely refers to King Cheng of Zhou 3,000 years ago, the second emperor of the Western Zhou Dynasty. When King Zhou Cheng was in power, he had two outstanding political achievements. One was to ask his uncle Zhou Gongdan to re-formulate etiquette, compose elegant music, and formulate a ritual and music system. In ancient times, people attached great importance to rituals and music. Because etiquette actually establishes social order, and “music”, including dance and music, is not just an entertainment activity, but a way for ancient people to communicate with gods and communicate with each other in various social situations. Basic way. If the ritual and music system is established, society will basically be stable.

Then another major achievement of King Zhou Cheng was to enfeoff the vassals. A total of 71 vassal states were enfeoffed and implemented loose management. Using today’s concept, it is roughly a federal monarchy. During the reign of King Zhou Cheng and his son King Zhou Kang, the people lived in harmony and the world was at peace. It is said that the criminal law was not used for more than 40 years (the penalty was not used for more than 40 years). It was called the “Chengkang Rule” in history.

Okay, let’s sum it up. Judging from the above analysis, the new emperor will come to power in a peaceful way, establish a loosely managed federal state, re-establish social order, and educate people’s hearts with righteousness. At that time, there will be peace in the world and a scene of singing and dancing.

The last two sentences of the prophecy seem to confirm this inference. The “Siyi” in “Siyi was re-translated as the Son of Heaven” referred to the tribes from all directions in ancient times, but now it can be said to be the surrounding countries. The surrounding countries all bowed to the new emperor, and the majesty of the celestial dynasty was greatly displayed.

Let’s take another look at “The Spring of the Nine Kingdoms”. Does this “Nine Kingdoms” mean that there will be 9 federal states in the future? China used to have Kyushu, and in the future there will be “Nine Kingdoms”. It is reasonable and reasonable. But how to interpret this “Nothing will come in peace”?

Fu Ji Tai Lai is an idiom that describes a situation that goes from bad to extreme, rebounds from the bottom, and gradually gets better. Therefore, this sage and emperor should be an epoch-making king who led China out of its darkest moment, from its most difficult times to new life, and created an era. Look at “Spring of the Nine Kingdoms”, China’s spring is coming.

Therefore, some people say that this is the best prediction in the nearly 200 years of history of “Tuibei Tu”. So, are you looking forward to this new emperor?

Of course, some friends will say that although this interpretation depicts a bright future, is this the ultimate interpretation of this prophecy? Indeed, before a prophecy becomes a reality, there are always multiple interpretations, and sometimes they can be very different. Regarding the 44th image of “Tui Bei Tu”, there are two other different versions of interpretations circulating on the Internet. Let me introduce them to you below. It’s up to you to pick and choose which version of the interpretation is the most reasonable.

Interpretation 2──Emperor Yongle

Before 2012, one of the most popular interpretations was that this corresponded to Zhu Di, the founder of the Ming Dynasty. Look at the first sentence, “The sun and the moon make the sky beautiful.” Don’t the two words “sun and moon” together form the word “ming”? This is in line with the usual style of tuibeitu, which uses simple word puzzles to point out the time points or the names of key figures.

There is also the fact that Zhu Di was named King of Yan before he became emperor. Later, after becoming emperor, he moved the capital from Nanjing to Yanjing, which is now Beijing. The character “Yan” has a pair of wings, and the four little dots at the bottom look like four legs. Isn’t this very vivid, it means “two feathers and four legs”.

However, some friends may ask, the 36th image in the push-back diagram corresponds to the Empress Dowager Cixi of the Qing Dynasty, so can the 44th image of yours be related to the Ming Dynasty? You don’t know this. In fact, Tuibeitu caused panic among those in power because it predicted the fate of the country so accurately that it is said to have been disrupted in history. In this way, it is difficult to say which poem predicts which dynasty. It is not impossible to say that 44 Elephants is about the Ming Dynasty.

Moreover, Zhu Di can be said to be the most accomplished emperor of the Ming Dynasty, creating the most glorious “Yongle Era” of the Ming Dynasty. “Yongle” is Zhu Di’s reign name, and he is also known as the “Yongle Emperor”.

At that time, the Ming Dynasty was prosperous and the people were prosperous and healthy. Zhu Di wanted to share the secret of happiness and “share the blessings of peace” with the people all over the world, so he sent Zheng He to the West to open up the Maritime Silk Road. Chen Cheng went to the Western Regions to restart the land silk road. Along the way, he simultaneously conquered Mongolia in the north and Ping An in the south, which is now Vietnam, to expand territory. At that time, the Ming Dynasty had close contacts with many countries in the world, and the scope was wider than that of any previous dynasty. “History of the Ming Dynasty” says that under the rule of Chengzu of the Ming Dynasty, “the great power and virtue were so great that guests from all over the world were convinced” and “the breadth of Yun (Yuanzi Tongyuan, pronounced Yuan) was so vast that it was as far away as the Han and Tang Dynasties.” So is this quite consistent with what is said in the prophetic poem about “the four barbarians were re-translated and called the Son of Heaven”?

But some friends said, wait a minute, although the country’s fortunes were prosperous during the Yongle period, the throne of Zhu Di was snatched from his nephew Emperor Jianwen, and there was always a little bit of injustice, so in order to maintain stability, some of them were indispensable during his reign. Killings and repression. If you look at the history books, it is also objectively commented that he once acted in a perverse way, and his faults and mistakes cannot be covered up. (If you are acting in the opposite direction, you can hide your shameful virtue.) So, although he is an “Emperor”, does he deserve the title of “Saint”?

Besides, the prophecy says that the emperor will lead China to “a peaceful future”, which can be said to have the power to turn things around. The Ming Dynasty was conquered by Zhu Di and his father, Zhu Yuanzhang. Zhu Di was just a peaceful emperor and did not seem to have such courage.

Interpretation Three──Emperor Xi

Time has arrived in 2012, and the long-rumored doomsday has not happened. However, a major event has happened in China, that is, Xi Jinping came to power. Soon after, hunting tigers and swatting flies was a great pleasure. A year later, Emperor Xi also decided to restart the Silk Road, perhaps inspired by the experience of Emperor Yongle 600 years ago. The “One Belt, One Road” plan was quickly launched, and the two Silk Roads, sea and land, were opened at the same time, and the momentum was huge.

At this time, someone suddenly discovered, hey, there is a feather on the head of the word “Xi”, could it be the “feather” in the “two feathers and four legs” in the push-back picture 44? Furthermore, due to historical reasons, Xi Jinping was not highly educated and had no meritorious service on the battlefield, but he still became the president of the country. Isn’t this what “even if you are not a hero, you are still successful”?

Those who were interested dug deeper and said that if you look at the two leaders before Xi Jinping, Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao, they are called Hu and Wen for short. Half of the Chinese character for Hu is “month”, and the simplified Chinese character for “Wen” has “日” on the top of the head. Let’s take a look at who Mrs. Xi is? Peng Liyuan, with the word “丽” in the middle. Together, “the sun, the moon and the sky are beautiful”.

Could it be that Xi Jinping is the predicted saint and emperor, who can lead China out of the cold winter and towards spring?

In 2015, the Xi-Hockey Club meeting pushed everyone’s expectations to the extreme. On November 7 of that year, Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou and Xi Jinping met in Singapore. Although it was just a few pleasantries, no substantive dialogue, and no joint statement, this was still considered a historic breakthrough. Because this is the first meeting between the top leaders of the two sides of the Taiwan Strait since 1949, it is an ice-breaking trip in 60 years.

At this time, everyone suddenly discovered that the “horse” of President Ma happened to have four legs, which coincided with the “feather” in the character “Xi” for Xi Dazhao. Don’t they make up the “two feathers and four legs”. Could it be said that this “sage and emperor” is really Xi Jinping? The reunification of both sides of the Taiwan Strait and the rise of China will soon be realized?

Unfortunately, things did not develop as everyone expected. Eight years have passed in the blink of an eye, and the “One Belt, One Road” initiative has encountered resistance and opposition from more and more countries. And what about Taiwan? Everyone has seen what happened with the mainland. On the mainland, there are frequent natural and man-made disasters, the economy has been declining, and there are more and more complaints among the people. It looks like a cold winter is coming.

It seems that with the four words “No, Tai will come”, “No” is about to reach its extreme, but when will “Tai” come? Is it during Xi’s third term? Or, as we analyzed at the beginning, will a new emperor appear and put the world back on track?

So, who do you think it will be?

Okay, that’s it for today’s story. Unsolved mystery, I am Fuyao. See you next time.

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