When a hexagram is created from six coin tosses in the most common method of divining, there is a chance that one or more of the lines will a moving or changing line.
The results will be the creation of a hexagram of six stacked lines that are either broken or solid and correspond to one of the I Ching Explanations.
Among some of the ancient methods, a turtle shell is heated until it cracks and the lines along the cracks are used to create a hexagram.
The explanation that corresponds to the seekers hexagram addresses his question and reveals truths that will provide guidance.
This is a marker that your situation is in a state of transition and indicates two readings are hidden within the hexagram.
Any changing-lines of the hexagram are provided, and the seeker can click a link to analyze and interpret the changes.
The seeker tosses three virtual or real coins and the resulting corresponding line, either broken or solid, appears on the hexagram starting with the first draw being placed on the bottom of the hexagram.
To unlock the I Ching explanations, you will need to look up the hexagram by number, as well as any hexagrams created by the changing lines that occurred by casting sixes and nines.
This paper is principally based on the following general theorem, which is a remarkable extension of Pascal's hexagram: "If a polygon move so that each of its sides passes through a fixed point, and if all its summits except one describe curves of the degrees m, n, p, &c., respectively, then the free summit moves on a curve of the degree 2mnp. ..
This proposition, which he called the mystic hexagram, he made the keystone of his theory; from it alone he deduced more than 400 corollaries, embracing, according to his own account, the conics of Apollonius, and other results innumerable.