Electronic Oracle!!! I-Chinger(TM)... Ask Your Questions... Outcome?
INSTANT - Gives a quick answer to your question. Press "Instant" twice.
PENDULUM - Uses dowsing technique to divine information specific to your question.
Move finger across colors. When it sticks on a color, lift up finger.
6 INPUTS - Repeat for a total of six times to obtain your answer.
18 INPUTS - Repeat for a total of eighteen times to obtain your answer.
An option button to simulate the 18 coin tosses to produce two hexagrams, present and future. This is the most precise method of divining an answer to your question.
NOTE1: For greater pendulum sensitivity, after pressing the "PENDULUM" button, press the 18 INPUTS option button to increase the sensitivity of the pendulum from from 6 to 18 inputs per question.
NOTE2: To use coins instead of the pendulum, Select 18
inputs; assign "0" to Tails and "1" to Heads; press 0 or 1 buttons.
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Print off Diary Page and record:
1. The Creative
2. The Receptive
3. Difficulty at the Beginning
4. Youthful Folly
7. The Army
8. Holding Together
9. The Taming Power of the Small
13. Fellowship with Men
14. Possession in Great Measure
18. Work on What has Been Spoiled
21. Biting Through
23. Splitting Apart
26. The Taming Power of the Great
27. The Corners of the Mouth
28. Preponderance of the Great
29. The Abysmal
30. The Clinging, Fire
34. The Power of the Great
36. Darkening of the Light
37. The Family
44. Coming to Meet
45. Gathering Together
46. Pushing Upward
48. The Well
50. The Cauldron
51. The Arousing
52. Keeping Still
54. The Marrying Maiden
56. The Wanderer
57. The Gentle
58. The Joyous
61. Inner Truth
62. Preponderance of the Small
63. After Completion
64. Before Completion
Hints for Use
I-CHINGER - HINTS ON ASKING QUESTIONS
1. Start with your mind in a state of relaxed concentration on your question.
2. Ask about only those things/experiences that you want. Don't ask, "Should I do this?". Ask, "What is the outcome if I select this option?" or "What is the outcome if I do nothing?".
3. Avoid complex questions on such subjects as real estate, future employment, sources of investment, marketing, or the timing of an event. The I-Ching assumes that anyone else involved in the question is equally interested in the result that the questioner desires.
4. Read the I-Ching wisdom for the resulting hexagram(s) by looking up the number(s) received in the classic Wilhelm/Baynes translation (Princeton University Press) or a text such as the Illustrated I-Ching by R. L. Wing (Doubleday Books).
5. The more practice the questioner has using the "Orbital Ring Pendulum" the more accurate will be the results.
6. Use common sense. Don't ask about doing something you don't have the interest,
talent, training, time, or power to do.
I-CHINGER - COLOR CALCULATION: The advantage of the "I-CHINGER"
is that the hexagrams are color-coded in the internal programming based on their
action significance. For example, #1, the Creative, is coded green ("GO"); #2,
the Receptive, is coded blue ("GRADUAL"); #20, Contemplation is coded yellow
("CHANGE"); #52, Keeping Still, is coded red ("STOP"). The change lines for
each hexagram are coded: +, -, 0 (Neutral). The program logic takes all these
variables into acount when arriving at a summary color. Long-time I-Ching fans
will understand the clarity this color coding system brings to the interpretation
of divergent hexagrams and obscure change lines.
Orbital Ring Pendulum
ORBITAL RING PENDULUM
Pendulums and divining rods are familiar to many as tools of dowsers
used in locating water wells. In France, Abbe' Mermet was the recognized
master dowser who became famous for extending the usefulness of the pendulum
from the search for water to locating oil and other minerals. Abbe' Mermet
also demonstrated the practical use of maps as "witnesses" of remote geographical
sites instead of visiting the site in person. In England, dowsing is called
radiesthesia. Practitioners of radiesthesia have successfully expanded
the scope of the pendulum into the area of question and answer techniques
for any subject. Itzhak Bentov in his book Stalking the Wild Pendulum
states that the pendulum works because it can readily change state, that
is, from motion to rest (stopped) based on the concept of an energy-based
(on/off) "blinking" universe which allows for change and growth complemented
by stability and form. Bentov states that an orbital pointer will function
as well as a pendulum suspended on a string.
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