The I Ching is no magic; it is a science we don’t understand.
- not only conceptual polarities, but also visual symmetries
- not only in visual diagrams, but also numerical interpretations
- of time and consciousness.
The use of octal numbers has allowed me to find ‘stable’ hexagrams, i.e. those with dual octal digits: the values 00, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77.
In digital designs, they can be represented from four ‘view points’ or ‘cornerstones’:
The position of two hexagrams within a set of hexagrams and eight different sets add new scope for interpretation:
1. Which ‘quadrant’ or ‘directional context’ of change do our two hexagrams occupy? That depends on the ‘intensity’ of change, as indicated by the ‘stability’ of the two hexagrams:
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