I Ching, Yijing or Zhou Yi
"Oracle of the moon": © 2000 LiSe

  Yi Jing, Oracle of the Moon



  1 qian-heaven
  2 kun-earth
  3 li-fire
  4 kan-water
  5 xun-wind
  6 zhen-thunder
  7 gen-mountain
  8 dui-lake

SOURCES: books and links

  From GUI to GUA: the origin of the hexagrams?
  The TaiJi symbol
  From GUI to GUA: the search for information
  The meaning of Yi in Yi Jing (I Ching)
  Ancient texts from excavations
  Shaman: oracle, consulting, heaven and earth, and the YI-sacrifice
  Omen terms: good/bad fortune, the mandate, the right time
  Yuan-Heng-Li-Zhen (sublime success, furthering through perseverance)
  Divination and repentance: the upper and lower trigrams
  'Maybe' on turtle carapaces (the character qi)
  Do ghosts leave footprints? (Hex.10)
  Hexagram 29 and patterns
  Completing and fixing the omen (hex. 31-32)
  Many arrows in the quiver Hexagram 35)
  Zhong Central, hex.61
  The six dragons of hexagram 1
  The horses of King Mu (Hex. 36, line 2)
  Tigers and snakes, hex. 61, line 1)
  COME like the wheat and GO like the king (and hex 39)
  Chance and danger: crisis (the characters wei and ji), hex.59
  The king and the temple (45, 59, 55 and 37.5)
  Captives and human sacrifice (by Thomas Hood)
  Two wars against the Gui: hex.63 and 64 (by Thomas Hood)

UNEARTHED oracle-texts

STRUCTURES of hexagrams and lines
Relations between hexagrams
King Wen's sequence
Multiple moving lines
Yao Ying, line mirrors: lines which belong together
MingTang temple: the Bagua as lay-out map
The Big Pattern (Boering): the Bagua as lay-out map
The Bagua as lay-out map (Boering): the stations

YiLin, forest of changes

Hexagram stories by Anton Heyboer

The Sabian Symbols

Downloads (Chinese texts etc)

  Yarrow divination
  The moon and the name of the YiJing
  The big bang
  Dao (Tao) and Chan (Zen)
  How to begin