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I Ching : The Book of Changes

As legend has it, the wise Fu-Hsi taught Chinese soothsayers the art of I Ching interpretation around 3000 BC; however, there is no way to prove that claim. What we know, though, is that sometime before 1000 BC, King Wen and his son, Duke Tcheou, codified and wrote comments in a corpus known as the I Ching (translated as The Book of Changes), whose origin even in the past. Confucius himself, a few centuries later, wrote about an I Ching, not so dissimilar from the one we know today, commentaries which have survived to this day.

Although we cannot prove that the I Ching is the oldest book in the history of humanity, there is reasonable evidence that it antedates at least Homer and the Pentateuch (we are not introducing here last year's best-seller!) Respect for the I Ching has endured throughout its history: it was a pillar of Taoism; an inspiration for Chinese Ch'eng and Mahayana Buddhism; the I Ching is the ONLY book known to have been saved from the notorious "burning of the books" ordered by Emperor Shih Huang Ti some 2000 years ago; only the Bible, Koran, and Vedas can claim an influence on par with that of the I Ching.

By: Malaysia I Ching, Astrology, Numerology, Feng Shui and Psychics.

 
 


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