The Magical I Ching

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 247 pages
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It's one of the oldest books on Earth, and it has a message for you. The I Ching is a mystical collection of ancient wisdom, generally explained as a simple look-up-the-answer method of fortune telling. Now, J.H. Brennan reveals to Western practitioners the magical spiritual techniques behind this most ancient oracle, in The Magical I Ching.

This is a unique, exciting, and easy-to-use version of the ancient oracle. Using the information in The Magical I Ching, you will be able to contact the spirit sage waiting to tell you the inner meaning of any of the six-line symbols you bring forth (the hexagrams) and how that meaning can change your life.

The Magical I Ching explains the history of the I Ching and how to develop the symbols by using several different methods, including using six sticks or wands, sixty-four wands, eight coins, or the popular three-coin technique. The book analyzes each of the possible sixty-four hexagrams that form the basis of the oracle, in clear, modern language anyone can understand.

That is just the beginning. The I Ching has survived for so long because of its spirituality. You'll learn how to use the book to enter astral doorways to mystic realms of reality. It will allow you to create a new framework for operations of real magic. You'll probe the deepest mysteries of Eastern esoteric thought. It even shows you ways to put your life on a new and better course.

After 5,000 years, the I Ching remains one of the most popular sources of spiritual wisdom in the world. If it puzzled you in the past, you'll be able to understand it at the deepest level possible when you read The Magical I Ching.
 

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Contents

One
1
Two
9
Three
19
Four
31
Five
39
Six
49
Seven
61
Eight
69
Nine
75
Ten
87
Eleven
97
Twelve
107
Afterword
239
Bibliography
241
Index
243
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

J. H. Brennan (Ireland) is the acclaimed author of over 90 books, both fiction and non-fiction, including Forbidden Truth, The Alien's Handbook, and The Spy's Handbook (all published by Faber & Faber), Death: The Great Mystery of Life (Carroll & Graf), Martian Genesis and The Atlantis Enigma (both published by Dell), The Magical I Ching and Time Travel (both published by Llewellyn), and the popular Book of Wizardry (Llewellyn) under the alias Cornelius Rumstuckle. His works have appeared in more than fifty countries in Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia.

Brennan is best known for his young adult fiction series, Herbie Brennan's Faerie Wars (Bloomsbury) with combined sales exceeding 7.5 million. The creator of several role-playing books, his solo fantasy gamebook series GrailQuest (Dell) has sold over 6.5 million copies.

He resides in County Carlow, Ireland with his wife and ten cats.

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