Hexagram 22

“By contemplating the forms existing in the heavens we come to understand time and its changing demands. Through contemplation of the forms existing in human society it becomes possible to shape the world.” – I Ching, The Book Of Changes

The Book of Changes

“The Mayan of Mesoamerica called their codices the Book of Changes, or the Tzolkin Augurs, because of their emphasis on sorting out the emblems that would foretell things to come.” (The Winged Prophet: From Hermes To Quetzlcoatl)


“The I Ching, also known as Classic of Changes or Book of Changes, is an ancient Chinese divination text and the oldest of the Chinese classics.” (Wikipedia https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Ching)

Parallel Symbolism

“None of this has anything to do with ‘fortune telling’. We are concerned exclusively with the philsophical aspects… We mean to define and interpret these, while we establish their parallel symbolism and explore the essence of the occult relation.” – Guadelupe Rivera, The Winged Prophet: From Hermes To Quetzlcoattl¬†