Judging from its Yin and Yang structure, the Book of Change I Ching was most likely founded on binary logic and judging from what is left of the I Ching, that logic must have been lost thousands of years ago In this book Dr Tran builds a geometric model of the Yin Yang theory and uses it to reconstruct the meanings of the 64 hexagrams When he compares these reconstructed meanings against those recorded in the I Ching, the agreement is both puzzling and remarkable Could it be that Dr Tran has stumbled on the lost scientific code of the I Ching You ll be the judge...
|Title||:||Scientific Code of the I-Ching|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform February 20, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||262 pages|
|File Size||:||877 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Scientific Code of the I-Ching Reviews
A Review of "Scientific Code of The I-Ching: Decoding the secrets of the Book of Change.
If you have been struck by the guileless accuracy of the I Ching oracle; If you think I Ching seems like an intelligence without physical or temporal boundaries; Then you have been persuaded to approach it just as a talented apprentice approaches an accomplished sorcerer.
Dr. Tran presents as simply as possible, a means to decipher the ancient language of the I-Ching using solid logic and scientific methodology. This book is not something to breeze through. It is a complete, challenging means to look at a language, text and context all at once. I like it. It is almost a textbook in that the subject begs for study and memorization before acceptance and application of the language of the I-Ching is possible.