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A unique and challenging perspective on the the Chinese classics, the I Jing and the Dao De Jing

Section 1 - Cracking bones

Taking a fresh look at the ancient Chinese oracle of the divination, the author revises the hexagram meaning and the text of the moving lines by considering the hexagrams as pairs encompassing a whole, and by considering each moving line's relative rar
Paperback, First, 187 pages
Published 2006 by Gravity Publishing
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Interesting research in probability for casting the I Ching using 38 tokens.
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Andrew Kennedy is an independent researcher into consciousness and the philosophy of science, the founder of the Chronolith Project and originator of the Chronolith experiment (to which the Cosmology of People refers). He studied Chemistry at Edinburgh University and later studied Chinese, Daoism and Daoist medicine, translated two Chinese philosophy classics and wrote an original tract on the evo ...more

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