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The original Richard Wilhelm translation for the hexagram line...

Hexagram 27
I - The Corners of the Mouth (Providing Nourishment)

yin above: Kên / Keeping Still, Mountain
yin below: Chên / The Arousing, Thunder


Hexagram Twenty-Seven/Line Six

Nine at the top means:
The source of nourishment.
Awareness of danger brings good fortune.
It furthers one to cross the great water.

Edgar Fernhout - Zee (4)

'Zee (4)', 1958  - Edgar Fernhout (1912 - 1974) - Museum Van Bommel van Dam - Venlo Holland

This describes a sage of the highest order, from whom emanates all influences that provide nourishment for others. Such a position brings with it heavy responsibility. If he remains conscious of this fact, he has good fortune and may confidently undertake even great and difficult labours, such as crossing the great water. These undertakings bring general happiness for him and for all others.

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