I Ching (Classic of Changes) (Yìjīng 易经)

Richard John LYNN

Diagrams from the I-Ching, (the Book of Changes). On the left is a Luo Shu diagram, on the right is a He Thu diagram. They represented a simple magic square and a cruciform array of the numbers from 1 to 10. Even or Yin numbers are represented in black and odd or Yang ones in white. The Luo Shu is a magic square in which the figures, added up along any diagonal, line or….

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