28. The Aneristic Illusion
Western philosophy is traditionally concerned with contrasting one grid with another grid, and amending grids in hopes of finding a perfect one that will account for all reality and will, hence, (say unenlightened westerners) be True. This is illusory; it is what we Erisians call the ANERISTIC ILLUSION. Some grids can be more useful than others, some more beautiful than others, some more pleasant than others, etc., but none can be more True than any other.
This hexagram reminds that the weight of large, bulky things is excessive and warns that the load is currently too heavy to bear. There will soon be a collapse of some kind, probably (hopefully) of an Aneristic bulk.