The result is the immediacy of the coin tossing method with the reliability of the yarrow stalk method.
Use the drop down box to select the translation you want. Click on the Create Hexagram(s) button to generate the hexagrams. Red indicates a changing line.
Clicking on the Hexagram 1 or the Hexagram 2 buttons will replace the corresponding frame with the hexagram's details. Clicking on Hexagrams 1 & 2 will load both frames.
To change translations, just select the desired translation from the drop down box and resubmit.
If either frame is too small, you can move the center frame border to the left or right by putting your mouse over it until the mouse changes to a split bar, holding down the left button, and pulling it in the direction you want it to move.
The versions of these translations are based on existing on-line versions and I take no credit or blame for mistakes or omissions. I don't have the time to proof or research these translations, however I will make any corrections or additions brought to my attention.
I owe a debt of graditude to Steve VanDevender for his markup of the Wilhelm/Baynes translation of the hexagrams. These are individual hexagram versions which can be found as a single file version (it's a large file - 391 KB), courtesy of Akira Rabelais. I've made several minor changes to Steve's version, including; renaming of the files, removal of the circle & square images, and markup
I also owe a thanks to Charlie Higgins for his markup of the The James Legge translation of the hexagrams. I've made several changes, including; renaming the hexagrams and trigrams to correspond to the Wilhelm/Baynes version, renaming the files, punctuation, exclusion of some parts, and markup.
If you have a translation you'd like included with this oracle, drop me a line and I'll see what I can do. I have a minimmum requirement the translation be in an electronic text format (ascii).