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Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 6
This discussion thread is for sharing good I Ching websites. There are many websites about the I Ching. Some offer discussion boards; some provide translations and commentary; some have historical and Chinese linguistic resources; some offer online castings.

Tell us about the I Ching websites that you enjoy, and what distinguishes those websites.
Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 7
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Midaughter/­

This is a very active discussion group on the I Ching. It is five years old and has over 200 members worldwide. Several of the members are people who have published books and articles on the I Ching. There is a very diverse range of thinking exchanged on the discussion board.

A large number of resources are collected in the Files section and Links section. You will not want to overlook those sections.

The group moderator is Mary V. Halpin.
Mary describes the meaning of the group name:
Many have written to ask what the name 'Midaughter' signifies. "Midaughter" is the shorthand name for " The Middle Daughter" of Hexagram 30. It means I am an I Ching Diviner and belong to that lineage and follow the Taoist and Buddhist path The Middle Way of that lineage.


Check it out and let me know what you think.

Some of you may not have participated in Yahoo discussion groups before, so here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

What is Yahoo! Groups?
Yahoo! Groups is a free service that allows you to bring together family, friends, and associates through a web site and email group. Yahoo! Groups offer a convenient way to connect with others who share the same interests and ideas.

How much does it cost to use Yahoo! Groups?
Yahoo! Groups is free [sponsored by advertising].

How do I join the Yahoo Midaughter discussion group?
There are two steps:
1. Login/Register with your Yahoo ID
2. Go to the Midaughter website and click on "Join This Group!"

If you need more help you can send send me email or go to the Yahoo Groups help pages: http://help.yahoo.com...­
Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 8
Has anyone tried visiting the Midaughter Yahoo group?

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Midaughter/­

Let me know if you have trouble accessing it.

Also, post your favorite I Ching websites.
Ezpost
ezpost
Dallas, TX
Post #: 5
My dad found this site

http://www.eclecticen...­

It looks interesting. It will throw coins for you or let you enter your own throws.

There is also a lookup for studying.
Monique
grekgodes
Frisco, TX
Post #: 3
My dad found this site

http://www.eclecticen...­

It looks interesting. It will throw coins for you or let you enter your own throws.

There is also a lookup for studying.

I really like this one!tongue
Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 38
I want to recommend Hillary's site I Ching with Clarity ( http://www.onlineclar...­ ). There is much here, which may not be immediately apparent from the home page for the site. You can get a better sense of the material here by going to the site index at http://www.onlineclar...­

This site is different from most websites on the I Ching because it has an I Ching blog in which Hillary frequently posts comments. http://www.onlineclar...­

I was familiar with the Clarity website, and Hillary's postings on Yi Jing message boards, but I had not come across her blog until now.

Let me know what you think of the I Ching With Clarity site http://www.onlineclar...­ and Hillary's I Ching blog Answers http://www.onlineclar...­
Monique
grekgodes
Frisco, TX
Post #: 6
I said I would send everyone the web sites I have found on my journey.
http://www.eclecticen...­[url=http://www.eclecticenergies.com/ich­ing/findhexagrams.php]Eclectic Energies[/url]

I also like this one for the native Indian saying: http://www.anton-heyb...­[url=http://www.anton-heyboer.org/i_chin­g/index.html]Heyboer[/url]

Lastly, there's this one but it is more towards divination as the title suggests; http://www.aquarianag...­
The Oracle

Let me know what your thoughts are.

:::III Peace,

Monique
Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 49
Monique listed the Anton Heyboer website at Anton-Heyboer.org

I have enjoyed the articles found on this website. In particular, I liked the article "From Gui to Gua" that describes the relationship between the Chinese sun tablet (gui) and the waxing and waning hexagrams (gua).

After seeing your post I returned to the website. It seems that Anton Heyboer died this year. At http://www.anton-heyb...­ there is a photograph that appears to be his grave site. The text mentions the date 2005 April 09, but I cannot read the language (which I believe to be Dutch).

There are still many articles to be found at http://www.anton-heyb...­

Thank you, Monique!
Craig Anthony L.
CraigLeger
Group Organizer
Wylie, TX
Post #: 72
GreatVessel.com­

Stephen Karcher, Kevin Sheffield, and Peter Sheffield launched a great new website in January called GreatVessel.com.

The GreatVessel.com website has many articles on Yi Jing and divination. It contains rich annotated bibliography organized by subject, links to other websites on the Yi Jing and divination (with comments), a discussion forum, and even a blog. The blog is called The Blog of the Wandering Sages: Wanderings, News and Views from the World of the Yijing and Divination.

I have configured my internet browsers to download onto my home page a summary of both The Blog of the Wandering Sages and Hilary's OnlineClarity Answers blog.

Stephen Karcher is the author of several books on the I Ching. Perhaps you have one of his books on your bookshelf:


  • The Original I Ching Oracle: The Pure and Complete Texts with Concordance, 2005
  • The I Ching Plain and Simple: A Guide to Working With the Oracle of Change, 2004
  • Total I Ching: Myths For Change, 2003
  • The Two Traditions of the I Ching: The Shaman and the Sage, 2003
  • I Ching: The Classic Chinese Oracle of Change -- The First Complete Translation with Concordance, 2002
  • Way of the I Ching (Thorsons Way of), 2002
  • Ta Chuan: The Great Treatise, 2000
  • How to Use the I Ching: A Guide to Working With the Oracle of Change, 1998
  • Illustrated Encyclopedia of Divination: A Practical Guide to the Systems That Can Reveal Your Destiny (Illustrated Encyclopedia S.), 2002
  • The elements of the I ching, 1995
  • I Ching: The Classic Chinese Oracle of Change : The First Complete Translation With Concordance, 1994.
  • Chou yi : the oracle of encompassing versatility
    translated from the Chinese and edited by Rudolf Ritsema and Stephen L. Karcher.
  • The Yi Ching and the Ethic of the Image: Papers Presented at the 1992 Round Table Session (Eranos Yi Ching Project, Pt. II, 1), 1994.

Monique
grekgodes
Frisco, TX
Post #: 8
Oh my gosh! I was so excited to give this web site to the group and then I see it here! I'm so glad I think this si
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