I Ching Holitzka

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In this deck, artist Klaus Holitzka has tried to capture the spirit of the I Ching using the style of classical Chinese water color paintings. The I Ching is an ancient Chinese oracle based on 64 hexagrams of 6 lines each. The meaning of each hexagram is drawn from the unique configuration of its lines. Each card shows one hexagram, an illustrative drawing, and the card's number in a red rectangle. A red circle also appears in every card. There are no titles although keywords are given in the instruction booklet. This booklet provides fairly detailed interpretations and suggestions. Traditionally, the I Ching is consulted by using coins or yarrow stalks. With this deck, you draw two cards and compare them. Your guidance is a combination of the general sense of the two cards plus the specific meanings of the lines in the first card that do not match those in the second. Special coins are also available to use with the I Ching.

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Copyright Publisher Card Back Design
64 2 7/8"
4 7/8"
1994 U. S. Games [back design]
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Also Included: instruction booklet (114 pages)

Category: Non-tarot

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