This Chinese book of mysticism by Empire Fo-Hi dates back to the year 3468 B.C. The book has ten chapters and is seen by Eliphas Levi as a reliable appendix to 'The Zohar'. It was recorded that Fo-Hi saw a dragon and a horse whilst meditating on the banks of the river. A mystic Trigrammic symbol shone on each of the dragon's scales, inspiring him in to international science. He developed the tables of the Y-Kim from the relationship of the scales, and they match the Kabala perfectly.