The I-Ching and the Seven Days of Genesis

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The I-Ching

In this article, we will look at the use of the ancient Chinese text the I-Ching or Book of Changes. This text is made up of sixty-four hexagrams. The word hexagram means six lines. Each hexagram is made of six lines which come in two varieties, whole or broken.




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Timothy James Lambert

Timothy James Lambert

Author of The Gnostic Notebook series, stand-up comedian, and Gnostic. Known as the Judas Iscariot of Gnosticism for revealing that which is not to be revealed.

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