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The name means "Diagram of the world in the Earth's gravity range".
The letter "日" at the top means the sun. It is the sun that we experience in our daily lives, that is, the sun as it moves through the sky from morning to evening and brings changes in the four seasons.
Baien named the original structure of the ecological system "JORI" (条理). The word is a combination of "JO"(条) and RI"(理). The term "JO" means binary tree directly, and the "RI" says the opposed system lies each object.
The above diagram depicts the environment surrounding the Earth by the system of Gengo named "JORI." I have been wondering how to translate the term for many years. Recently I have come to think that "Holonic Dual Path System" is probably best.
But Mrs. Rosemary Mercer, who is the author of "Deep Words," the first English guide book for Gengo, translated the words as "one is one and one." Her idea is excellent, but I am afraid most readers who do not know about "Gengo" can not understand what the three "one" mean.
For example, there are day and night, male and female, stopping and moving, plants and animals, space and time, present and past, infinitely small and infinite, and other elements consist pairs. And all pair beings build up the global ecosystem.
And I think these should recognize as one of the general system theory. The following image is a real scientific depiction of the environment surrounding the earth. Miura Baien criticized the description of natural science by saying it was just a sketch of nature. He believed the duality is the basic structure of nature.
However, in the present day, when natural science is well developed, BAIEN's criticism cannot be accepted as it is. Because having the possibility of positioning natural science within his Holonic Dual Path System is the most significant possibility of Gengo.
BAIEN's philosophy has the possibility that natural science can be controlled not to destroy nature, but to nurture the environment and bring humanity to an abundance without excess or deficiency.
Just as the great monk NINMON reconciled the two religions of Buddhism and Shinto, the idea of BAIEN, who was born 1000 years after NINMON, will bring "beautiful harmony" to nature and natural science.
BAIEN only described the following conceptually and rigorously. He tried to cover the entire global ecosystem using only paper, writing brush, and a traditional compass. The Japanese paper at that time was handmade and very expensive, so BAIEN compressed the expression very much. That is the reason why GENGO became a very complex book.