The Tao is One.
One showed its dual Nature.
Duality manifested itself as Trinity.
And the Trinity multiplied to Infinity, One (The Alpha and the Omega).
DAO DE JING (English arrangement by P. Ribalta)
The FU XI drawing, the Universal Periodic Table, shows two groups of trigrams set out in a circle positioned orthogonally on the radius, four with YIN predominance (negative polarity) plus four with Yang predominance (positive polarity). The table is based on the description of the atom which, in the form of an analogical drawing, shows the code of creation and the development of the Cosmo-Universe. Reading from the center of the circle to the outside, the YIN phase describes the primitive Universe (the Big Crush), the beginning of creation, and the Yang phase describes the Universe currently expanding (the Big Bang) (see the Fu Xi image as an Atom) (see the trigrams from Fu Xi are the color frequencies).
This equation by FU XI presents an analogical quantum energy signal of the elements comprising the atom; following the dynamics of the electromagnetic corollary of the atom in negative phase (four trigrams YIN): neutrinos, protons, electrons and neutrons; and in positive phase: antineutrons, antielectrons (positrons), antiprotons and antineutrinos, as well as its fundamental particles quarks and leptons (see the trigrams from Fu Xi as a fundamental particles).
As the ancient Chinese masters explained, the FU XI Universal Periodic Table is the true code of the Law which describes the reason for the origin and development of the Cosmo-Universe together with all the events and phenomena giving it structure, including life. This Universal Equation is the description of the atom, therefore each of the monograms making up the eight trigrams of the equation is representative of one of the twenty-four fundamental particles described by modern day particle physics. These fundamental particles break down into two groups: twelve are considered matter (YIN) and are represented by a broken line (a string in vibration), and the twelve remaining are antimatter (Yang), represented by a full line (string at rest). These particles of antimatter were recently detected by scientists at CERN in France, thus confirming predictions made by experts some time ago.
The monograms coincide with the description a certain collective of particle physicists make of the particles. According to these scientists, they are not spherical objects in the form of a dot, but rather long objects which vibrate like a violin string. This is why they have been called "strings". The strings of the broken trace, YIN-matter, are the "strings" that vibrate, and the Yang-antimatter, are the full line and represent the "string" in a state of rest. The similarity between the scientific description of the fundamental particles and the monograms (traces) of the trigrams is more than obvious.
A description of the fundamental particles of the atom as a kind of "strings" is found in an article published in the journal "Scientific American", signed by the journalist Madhusree Mukerjee, a specialist in matters of quantum physics. The work was carried out by a group of VIP particle physicists at the Aspen Center for Physics, and the article is entitled "The Theory of Everything." In the caption to illustration number two of the same article, which deals with the possible vibrations that may be induced in a string, it says:
VARIOUS TYPES OF VIBRATION MAY BE INDUCED IN A STRING. Quantum Mechanics admits that waves can be interpreted as particles. If the curls of a string of some 10-33 centimeters in length are the fundamental constituents of matter, their vibratory energy will be the masses of the elementary particles: electrons, quarks and photons.
The drawing we refer to shows four different vibratory moments, set out in the order in which the different vibrations may be induced in a string. The drawings fit perfectly into the layout and the form of the four YIN matter trigrams of the FU XI equation. The fourth YIN trigram makes up a single body together with the fifth, which is considered Yang. Curiously, the vibratory form of the drawing of the fourth string obeys the integrated form of the two trigrams (see image as the trigrams are strings).
These four trigrams represent matter. The Yang trigrams are components of the anti-atom and therefore of antiparticles. The FU XI equation is therefore the design of the atom in its entire holo-dimension and, as we will describe further on, includes the kinetics of its electromagnetic corollary. With all of this, we must not forget that our bodies are made up integrally of these kinds of elements, which also form the Cosmo-Universe, therefore, a living system must inevitably respond to this archetypal equation. The data achieved from this brief description of the FU XI is such that we might conclude that the ancient Chinese masters possessed knowledge thousands of years ahead of modern science.
Those who know this equation might feel suspicious because the trigrams, which are differentiated as matter and antimatter, are composed of both types of monogram, of YIN (matter) and Yang (antimatter), but there is a simple explanation for this. The ancient sages, who were extraordinarily ahead of our time, understood the interactive symbiosis of the duality of the Universe, that is, that matter and antimatter are found together due to the nature of quantum mechanics. They also grasped the sense of a third concept, the concept of the immaterial or the fusion of the previous two, "The Unit." This notion, which is too complex to be dealt with, but which readers should ponder over, will go a long way in dispelling many doubts that they might have on the existence of things and of themselves. As biotic units, we are also made up of three levels or aspects; ovule (matter), sperm (anti-matter) and spirit (immaterial).