The I Ching (Book of Changes) dates back thousands of years. It contains Confucian philosophy and was also heavily influenced by Lao Tzu when he founded Taoism around 600 BC.
To do an I Ching reading, one tosses coins or painted sticks in order to determine patterns of solid or broken lines representing yin and yang. The querent creates six lines beginning with the base, which creates a structure known as a hexagram. The hexagram corresponds to a number between 1 and 64, determining which scripture is read.
Tarotsmith uses Aleister Crowley’s poetic translation of the Book of Changes. To get your I Ching reading, simply click the yin yang image below.