The Judgement
The Clinging. Perseverance furthers. It brings success. Care of the cow brings good fortune.

The Image
That which is bright rises twice: The image of Fire. Thus the great man, by perpetuating this brightness, Illumines the four quarters of the world.

The lines:
Nine at the bottom means:
The footprints run crisscross.
If one is seriously intent, no blame.

() Six in the second place means:
Yellow light. Supreme good fortune.

Nine in the third place means:
In the light of the setting sun,
Men either beat the pot and sing
Or loudly bewail the approach of old age.
Misfortune.

Nine in the fourth place means:
Its coming is sudden;
It flames up, dies down, is thrown away.

() Six in the fifth place means:
Tears in floods, sighing and lamenting.
Good fortune.

Nine at the top means:
The king uses him to march forth and chastise.
Then it is best to kill the leaders
And take captive the followers. No blame.

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