The Pocket I-Ching

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Tuttle Publishing, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
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Unravelling the secrets of the I-Ching oracle is almost as easy as tossing a coin--provided you have the right interpreter. For over 2,000 years, the Chinese have divined the hidden meanings of the sixty-four prophetic hexagrams and applied their wisdom to questions of love, marriage, family, business, and health. At last, you can answer your most perplexing questions, predict the future and determine your fortune with the help of The Pocket I-Ching. Follow its simple, clear directions to allow the wisdom of the I-Ching oracle to enter your life.

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About the author (1989)

Gary G. Melyan presently lives in Taipei. Having lived as a youth in Japan and Taiwan, he returned to there in pursuit of a doctorate in Chinese literature. Currently he is a University of Washington Ph.D. candidate in that subject.

Wen-kuang Chu, a noted authority on Chinese literature, received his doctorate in biochemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. Educated in the West, and a permanent U.S. resident, he is nonetheless motivated by traditions from China's past, among them the I-Ching.

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