the second line, undivided, shows the cauldron with things to be cooked in it. if its subject can say, "my enemy dislikes me, but he cannot approach me", there will be good fortune.
the fourth line, undivided, shows the cauldron with its feet broken; and its contents, designed for the ruler's use, overturned and spilt. its subject will be made to blush for shame.
the sixth line, undivided, show the cauldron with rings of jade. three will be great good fortune, and all action taken will be in every way advantageous.