The I Ching

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The I Ching Prophecy

Yi Ching
The I Ching (Yi Ching or Yi Qing) is the ancient Chinese book of change. It is regarded as one of the oldest books in history, and has been used for over 3,000 years as a guide for fortune and prediction. It has been refered to as an oracle and was used by heads of state to predict outcomes in wartime and by investors to profitable investments.

The underlying premise of the I Ching is a unifying relationship between heaven, earth and humans. The text of the I Ching is a series of prophetic statements consisting of 64 sets of six lined figures called hexagrams. The fundamental element of the book is a flat line, which may be solid or broken, representing the yin and yang, dark and light, 0 and 1, etc… Three lines make a trigram, and two trigrams together is a hexagram. Combinations of six solid or broken lines make up the 64 possible hexagrams. Each hexagram is different and has a unique message or prediction to the reader.

Many researchers believe that the I Ching is also an ancient Chinese calendar. Many aspects of the I Ching have correlations to larger astronomically significant time periods. For example, 6 x 64 = 384, which is very close to the number of days in 13 lunar months (13 lunar months is equal to 383.898 days). A researcher in the 1970′s named Terrence McKenna first analyzed the astronomical significance of the book and came upon the following solutions.

1 day x 64 x 6 = 384 days = 13 lunar months

384 days x 64 = 67 years, 104.25 days = 6 minor sunspot cycles (11.2 years each)

67 years, 104.25 days x 64 = 4,306+ years = 2 Zodiacal ages

4306+ years x 6 = 25,836 years = 1 precession of the equinoxes

McKenna found that the patterns within the 64 hexagrams were deliberatly ordered, and showed the degree of change from one hexagram to the previous or next. A noticable pattern emerged, and when graphed, it showed a boundary singularity with the patterns of change beginning and ending in the same place. McKenna then used a computer program called Timewave Zero, that makes mathematical comparisons of the patterns observed in the I Ching. Timewave Zero is the same software used in the Web Bot predictions. Rather than analyzing internet search traffic, it was used to calculate patterns in the I Ching’s hexagrams.

By then looking at the correlations or Novelity between the I Ching and the computer program data, he was able to match events that have taken place in history to peaks and troughs in the data. He thus showed that the I Ching predicted the great London fire, the French revolution, both world wars, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The lunar landing by NASA, September 11, and the 2008 economic crisis. The most important result of all, is the singularity convergence that the I Ching reaches in 2012. Based on his data, the graph of the hexagram patterns ends on December 22, 2012. In fact, throughout the 25,836 years of the I Ching’s wave cycle, the only point in which the wave equates to a value of zero is on its end date in 2012.

Is this evidence that the ancient divine book is predicting a coming transition or end to our time?