I Ching, Yijing or Zhou Yi
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  Yi Jing, Oracle of the Sun

Origins of characters and ancient stories

The meaning of Yi in Yi Jing (I in I Ching)

Zhen and hui, divination and repentance, inner and outer trigram

From GUI to GUA: the origin of the hexagrams?

Ancient texts from excavations

The 6 dragons of heaven, hex.1

The origin of the Chinese dragon

Hexagram 29 and patterns

Completing - and fixing the omen, hex.31 and 32

Arrows in the quiver - hex.35

Shaman: oracle, consulting, heaven and earth, and the YI-sacrifice.

Omen terms: good and bad fortune, the mandate and the right time.

Several other characters in the yijing, like great man, junzi, dao etc.

Yuan Heng Li Zhen (sublime success, furthering through perseverance)

'Maybe' on turtle carapaces (the character qi)

Do ghosts leave footprints? Hexagram 10 top line

Many arrows in the quiver: hexagram 35

Zhong, central: hexagram 61

The horses of King Mu: hexagram 36, line 2

Tigers and snakes: hexagram 61, line 1

COME like the wheat and GO like the king (and hexagram 39)

Chance and danger: crisis (the characters wei and ji, hexagram 59)

The king and the temple (Hex. 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)

last update: 20.03.2017

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