Author(s): Jim Edward Lucier
For over 3,000 years, people have used the famous I-Ching oracle, otherwise known as the Book of Changes and it permeates every aspect of Chinese culture, including Feng-Shui, Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Based on the divination of the Yin (masculine) and Yang (feminine) through 64 six-line figures, these hexagrams represent all possible changes in the universe and mankind. The I-Ching has influenced the lives of millions; and now you, too, can be blessed by the dragon (Yin) and peacock (Yang) symbolising good luck. By simply turning eight interconnecting I-Ching wheels containing 8 hexagrams each, read the associated meanings. Discover an understanding of your past, present, future, ambitions, desires, hopes, dreams, strengths, and your question outcomes. A centrepiece including eight special figures used in Feng Shui gives you instant results in the Art of Placement. Attaining the fortunes of the I-Ching has never been easier.
Jim Edward Lucier is a professional in the fields of the paranormal and the esoteric and has studied divination for over 30 years. He was first introduced to the I Ching in 1983 and still considers himself a student of the art.