IngredientsThe Book Of I Ching
DescriptionBibliomancy is the first method of divination, and the I Ching is the first book to be used for bibliomancy.
The I Ching has 64 different hexagrams; each hexagram has six lines, with each line being either divided or undivided. All of the combinations of division and undivision out of six lines are in the I Ching, with each hexagram being one of the combinations. Each hexagram has a meaning; the meaning depends on which hexagram. Each line also has an additional meaning, the meaning of which depends on which line of which hexagram. The I Ching hexagrams are Khien, Khwan, Kun, Mang, Hsu, Sung, Sze, Pi, Hsiao Khu, Li, Thai, Phi, Thung Zan, Ta Yu, Khien, Yu, Sui, Ku, Lin, Kwan, Shih Ho, Pi, Po, Fu, Wu Wang, Ta Khu, I, Ta Kwo, Khan, Li, Hsien, Hang, Thun, Ta Kwang, Zin, Ming I, Kia Zan, Khwei, Kien, Kieh, Sun, Yi, Kwai, Kau, Zhui, Shang, Khwan, Zing, Ko, Ting, Kan, Kan, Kien, Kwei Mei, Fang, Lu, Sun, Tui, Hwan, Kieh, Kung Fu, Hsiao Kwo, Ki Zi and Wei Zi.
Randomly pick a hexagram from the I Ching. The I Ching says what that hexagram means. Also randomly pick a line from that hexagram. The I Ching says what that line's meaning is. The I Ching says what all of its hexagrams and lines mean.
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