by Stefan Stenudd
I Ching Hexagrams
Their names and divination meanings
I Ching is one of the oldest books of Ancient China. It contains 64 hexagrams and texts on how to understand them in the case of divination. You find links to all of the hexagrams and their divinatory texts below.
The 64 I Ching HexagramsAn I Ching hexagram is composed of two trigrams. Each of the 64 hexagrams has its own name, meaning, and divinatory text. Here they all are, in the traditional order. Click on the image of an I Ching hexagram to get to its webpage.
Free I CHING Reading
Get the hexagram that answers your question.
I CHING Hexagrams
The 64 hexagrams and their meanings in divination.
I CHING Trigrams
The eight trigrams and how they combine into the hexagrams.
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I CHING Books
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I'm a Swedish author and aikido instructor. In addition to fiction, I've written books about Taoism as well as other East Asian traditions. I'm also a historian of ideas, researching ancient thought and mythology. Click the image to get to my personal website.