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A little over a year ago I posted a circular chart of the Hexagrams. I was inspired to do this by a comment Luis Andrade made regarding a question about the Hexagrams in a previous post. Well I have to thank Luis again. I received a request from Princeton University Press to include this chart in a book on math to be published in October, 2011. The book is by Persi Diaconis and Ron Graham, titled Magical Mathematics: Revealing the Secrets behind Great Card Tricks of the World. In this book, the authors include a section on the I Ching and its relation to mathematics.

Needless to say, I am thrilled to be included in such a book and most especially since it was Princeton University Press that published our I Ching bible, the Wilhelm translation with Carl Jungs’s famous forward.

I will include here again the image to be included in the book as well as a link to the original post.

I sell this image in several different at my Zazzle store. Clicking on the image will take you to that link.

Chart of I Ching Hexagrams in circular arrangement

7 Comments on I Ching Chart: Princeton University Press

  1. […] when I wrote about it about being included in a math book published by Princeton University Press. (Here.) The image is also available as a poster. This image will be the first in the new book. Stay tuned […]

  2. Hello is there anyone who can help me to know that how I can use this ching chart.

    • AdeleNo Gravatar says:

      If you read the post about why this chart was created, it tells how the I Ching is a circular concept rather than a linear one. How would you use it? That’s up to you. I just like to see the I Ching as a concept with no actual beginning or ending, one hexagram leading to the next. However, there are many other variations of I Ching charts. Maybe I should crate and post all of them. ? ?

  3. Luis AndradeNo Gravatar says:

    Wow, thank you Adele for mentioning me!! The merit for your art is all yours.

    All the best,

    Luis

  4. pete s.No Gravatar says:

    Hey Adele, CONGRATULATIONS on the inclusion of your I Ching chart into the math book!! Quite a nice ‘feather in your cap’ moment!
    Celebrate!

    Cheers!
    pete

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