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# Tag Archives: Binary I Ching

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## Excerpt: I Ching Mathematics for the King Wen Version

The following is from Chapter Two of I Ching Mathematics for the King Wen Version. ~ Despite the efficacy and elegance of the traditional model of interpretation, much of the efforts of advanced diviners over the past few millennia have been … Continue reading

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## Nine Emanations of the Oracle

The diagram below is from I Ching Mathematics: The Science of Change. It illustrates the eight pairs of hexagrams that derive from the initial “Predictive” pair obtained by divination via coins or yarrow stalks or random number generators. Each of the … Continue reading

## Addendum to I Ching Mathematics

The material below details the mechanism by which binary calculations are made using only the hexagram figures. This information supplements the other mechanisms illustrated in I Ching Mathematics, which was published earlier this year. It is necessary to actually work … Continue reading

## I Ching Mathematics

I Ching Mathematics: The Science of Change permits extended interpretations of I Ching divinations based on mathematical permutations of the single hexagram and line changes obtained through either the coin or yarrow stalk method. The culmination of 45 years of … Continue reading