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

  Yi Jing, Oracle of the Moon

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I am not a sinologist, and this website is not about the science of the Chinese language, it is about its imagery.
Each Chinese character contains a range of meanings, such as a landscape or a painting, a novel, a symphony, brimming with nuances and beauty. Even if you only see a small part of an answer today, you may see a lot more after a while, or even if you find it again after years.
This oracle reconnects our western mind to its deep origin. We have an inner oracle: our dreams. The Yijing works the same way: images that may seem strange, but our soul recognizes much more than we realize. Even without understanding a dream or oracle, just by contemplating the images, it can bring about changes in us.

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sun up and down
  The origin of the hexagrams:
From sundial GUI to
hexagram GUA

 

Alligator
Yi-mages
Dragons
Images
Dao's origin
Imaginings

 

Marrying maiden
The structure of a hexagram
The line places
Earth-Man-Heaven

 

Mirrors
Yao Ying, mirrors and reflections
Moving lines and their relations

 

bian - change
Omen-terms
Etymology and meaning of characters

 

Diviner
Yi-magic
Old oracles
Shenshu
Lingqijing
Geomancy
etc

 

Trigrams
Trigrams
The characters of their names with their real meanings

 

 

bagua

The Bagua pattern
for the hexagram lay-out
and a Bagua-reading

 

books

 

Anton Heyboer

 

Harmen Mesker

 

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last update: 04.12.2022

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