The Image of the Cosmos in the I Ching: the Yi-globe

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References

DRASNY József: A Ji King elfeledett világképe – A Ji-gömb (The forgotten worldview of the I Ching – The Yi-globe). Szenzár Kiadó, Budapest, 2005. (In Hungarian)
Szenzár:  A Ji king elfeledett világképe. A Ji-gömb by Drasny József (Summary, in Hungarian)
BAYNES, Cary F.: The I Ching or Book of Changes. The Richard Wilhelm Translation rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. 1997. (First ed.: Bollingen/Pantheon Books, Inc., NY, 1950.)
BIEDERMANN, Hans: Knaurs Lexikon der Symbole. Droemer Knaur, München, year n. a.
ELIADE, Mircea: Vallási hiedelmek és eszmék története. (Histoire des croyances et des idées religieuses). Transl. by Saly Noémi. Osiris Kiadó, Budapest, 1995. (In Hungarian)
GOVINDA, Lama Anagarika: The Inner Structure of the I Ching. Wheelwright Press, San Francisco, 1981.
GUÉNON, René: The Symbolism of the Cross. Transl. Angus Macnab. Fourth ed.,  Sophia Perennis, Hillsdale NY, 2004.
KHANNA, Madhu: Yantra. The Tantric Symbol of Cosmic Unity. Thames and Hudson, London, 1997.
LAO Tzu, R. B. BLAKNEY (translator): The Way of Life: Tao Te Ching: The Classic Translation. Signet Classics, 2001.
LEGGE, James: The Sacred Books of China. The Texts of Confucianism. Part II. The Yi King. Translated by James Legge. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 1966. (First ed.: Oxford, 1882.)
MASPERO, Henri: Az ókori Kína. (La Chine antique). Transl. by Csongor Barnabás. Gondolat, Budapest, 1978. (In Hungarian)
VEIT, Ilza: Huang Ti Nei Ching Su Wên - The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 2002. (Orig. publ. Baltimore, 1949)
WILHELM, Hellmut: Change: Eight Lectures on the I Ching. In: Hellmut Wilhelm, Richard Wilhelm: Understanding the I Ching. The Wilhelm Lectures on the Book of Changes. Transl. from the German. Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 1995.
WILHELM, Hellmut: Heaven, Earth and Man in the Book Changes. University of Washington Press, Seattle and London, 1997.
WILLIAMS, C. A. S.: Outlines of Chinese Symbolism and Art Motives. Dover Publications, New York, 1976.


Further readings

BLOFELD, John: I Ching, the Book of Changes. Arkana, New York, 1991.
HUANG, Alfred: The Complete I Ching. The Definitive Translation by the Taoist Master Alfred Huang. Inner Traditions, Rochester, Vermont, 1998.
KARÁTSON Gábor: ji king. A változások könyve. Fordította és a kommentárokat írta Karátson Gábor. Q.E.D. kiadó, Budapest, év n.
RITSEMA, Richard and KARCHER, Stephen: I Ching. The Classic Chinese Oracle of Change. The First Complete Translation with Concordances. Translated by Rudolf Ritsema and Stephen Karcher. Barnes & Noble Books, New York, 1995.
WILHELM, Richard: I Ging. Das Buch der Wandlungen. Übersetzt von Richard Wilhelm. Diederichs, München, 1998.
CHOAIN, Jean: The Dao of Chinese Medicin. Transl. by: Paul F. Volgyesi. 3.8.3 Publishing, Dublin, 1996.
DENG Ming-dao: The Living I Ching. Using Ancient Chinese Wisdom to Shape Your Life. HarperSanFrancisco, 2006.
HAMVAS Béla: Scientia Sacra. Magvető, Budapest, 1988.
HERTZER, Dominique: Das alte und das neue Yijing. Die Wandlungen des Buches der Wandlungen. Diederichs, München, 1996.
JUNG, C. G.: Foreword. In: BAYNES, pp. xxi–xxix.
LIU I-Ming (author) and CLEARY, Thomas (transl. and editor): The Taoist I Ching. Shambhala, Boston, Ma., 1986.
MARSHALL, S. J.: The Mandate of Heaven: Hidden History in the Book of Changes. London: Curzon Press; New York: Columbia University Press, 2001.
NEEDHAM, Joseph: Science and Civilization in China. Vol. 2. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1956.
SHAUGHNESSY, Edward L.: I Ching – The Classic of Changes. Ballantine Books, New York, 1997.
WU, Jing-Nuan (translator): Ling Shu or The Spiritual Pivot. The Taoist Center, Washington D.C.  2002.
YANG LI: Book of Changes and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Beijing Science and Technology Press, 1998.
ZHOU Chun-cai (author) and LIU Guang-di (translator): The Illustrated Book of Changes. (In Chinese and English.) Dolphin Books, Beijing, 2006.


External links

Yijing Dao - Calling crane in the shade:  by Steve Marshall. A website dedicated to reviews of books and sites on the I Ching, also containing a good many other works of the author.
The YiJing:  by Chris Willmot. Everything about the hexagrams: hexagram families, maps, toolkits, etc. and two documents on the subject of biologically inspired intelligent systems
Taoism Directory - Taoism and Taoist Issues:  including, among many others, sites with content related to the I Ching or Book of Changes
The I Ching on the Net:  by Greg Whincup. Links to I Ching resources on the Internet, and a brief introduction to the I Ching and to Whincup's own translation, Rediscovering the I Ching
Dao House... of discourses and dreams.  A compendium of links to great online Daoist (Taoist) resources, including the Yijing (I Ching)
Yijing Algebra:  by Dr. Andreas Schröter
I Ching Plus:  by C. J. Lofting
The explanation of King Wen’s order of the 64 hexagrams:  by D. H. Van den Berghe
Classical Chinese Combinatorics :  Dr. Richard S. Cook, Jr. (Preview Pages)
Flux Tome (I Ching) Perspective:  Dr. Frank R. Kegan
Разгадка тайны Книги Перемен:   a link to the book: Принцип нумерации гексаграмм в Книге Перемен  by Г.А.Фомюк, Е.А.Кудина;
- Link to the English version: The principle of hexagrams’ numbering in the Book of Change


Groups, forums

I Ching with Clarity :  A remarkably many-sided site on the I Ching (Yijing): information, downloads, courses on divination, shared readings, and talks in a most friendly and active community. In all this with Hillary Barrett who "keeps the Well in good repair so you can easily reach the water you need".
Midaughter · MidaughtersIChing /intermediate-advanced:   One of the most active group and forum on the I Ching. "Our focus philosophically is Sung Dynasty I Ching theories and philosophy. We accept the premise that the Yi is primarily an oracle and dedicated to the idea that the Book of Changes will aid all in achieving Tao."

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