This ancient method of Chinese fortune-telling apparently pre-dates both tarot and runes. The origins of I-Ching are so obscure that some believe it may even date back to prehistoric times, over 5000 years ago. The I-Ching uses what is known as hexagrams to do readings. Traditionally, six sticks or coins are cast; each has the possibility of coming up as either a continous or broken line. After the six lines are recorded, the reader consults I-Ching writings, also known as the Book of Changes, which contains scriptures corresponding to each of the 64 possible outcomes.
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