Rivers to cross.







Danger repeated.

If your attitude is correct

your spirit is strengthened

and your actions bring honour.



Streams repeatedly full.

Repeating danger.

A wise man bases his actions on moral laws and uses repetition when teaching and training.



Sometimes there is danger and this chapter is about danger and how you should deal with it. This does not mean misfortune; it means that you can come through it well providing you handle things correctly.
There are often dangers that occur during your life.
If you have this chapter then it means that the danger is not hidden it will be there to be seen. You will be alright providing you can deal with it carefully and bravely.
It is also important that your behaviour is correct at all times.




1) 6 at the start

a) Repetition of danger. In the danger he falls into a pit. Misfortune.

b) He lost the way; misfortune indeed.

This is someone who has become used to dangerous situations and does not bother to consider precautions or correct behaviour. You can become relaxed and careless; and therefore fall into something that might have been avoided.


2) 9 in 2nd throw

a) The path is dangerous. Try for small things only.

b) Not safe yet to leave the centre.

This is a strong person hemmed in by a dangerous position. The advice is to understand the circumstances and realise that this is not the time to push forward. Keep to small things until the situation is safer.


3) 6 in 3rd throw

a) Coming and going; danger and risk.
Stop and rest between ventures.
If you get caught in the danger you will not make it.

b) Achieving nothing.

This is somebody who is restless in the face of danger. This is dangerous since any movement will get them into trouble. You are advised to rest and relax.


4) 6 in 4th throw

a) A cup a drink and plate.
Put in a container and hauled in through the window.
No blame in this.

b) Crossing the boundary.

This is a picture of a sincere relationship expressed in a simple form due to the difficult times. Help and support during a time of danger.


5) 9 in 5th throw

a) The dam is not overflowing. It is filled to the rim. No blame.

b) Not yet great.

This means you are a strong person in a strong place. The dangers are contained; provided you do not stir anything. The advice is not to feel strong and powerful; you should only do enough to get out of the dangers safely. Then there will be no blame.


6) 6 at the top

a) Tied-up with rope. Sentenced by the courts.
For three years he gains nothing. Misfortune.

b) He has lost the way.

The person represented here has committed serious crimes and is therefore dealt with severely. This ends the time of danger.