The I Ching Connexion is an ever-changing but always consistently interlocking graphic representation of the way the 64 hexagrams interrelate. As such it is the key to widen and deepen the interpretation of the outcome of a divination.
It features the translation James Legge made (published in 1882, England) of the Imperial Edition of the I (published in 1715, China). This alone makes the program useful for anyone interested in the I Ching.
Apart from that it adds two radical new views to the ancient Book of Changes: the Connexion and the Mediator.
It also features an I Ching clock, a presentation of the link between the I Ching and astrology. And it allows you to calculate your natal hexagram. Please note it requires CarbonLib v1.4 when used in a classic OS.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed crash on new document after finding a connexion
- Corrected scrollbar display glitch on OS X 10.3.4
- Changed internet address to mindsports.nl
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