If you are looking for the whole Creation plan, six Days does not complete it. This diagram shows how the Days must be viewed from "God's perspective" and not thought of as a line. That's man's way of seeing "time".
If this diagram seems strange to you consider the following questions.
Why is the center square area divided into 4 segments? Because the text about Peleg called for a divided earth.
Why is there an 8th Day listed on the top? Because God's creation isn't complete and when He no longer rests we will see it completed.
Why are the Days not showing on a horizontal line? Because, in this diagram, we are looking at the Days from God's perspective, not man's.
What is the colorful part that looks like a bird's wing pointing to the lower left corner of the whole diagram? That's the diagram of the Chronology going from Adam to Moses entering the land of Promise. (Free Download of the Chronology diagram PDF.)
It took almost 20 years to get this many elements of the Plan onto the "framework" that was first constructed with the text of Genesis and Exodus.
For a full understanding of how I came to this view of the Creation, you may find the book about it very interesting.
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