I Ching Hexagram Table:
Upper row shows upper trigrams. Left column shows nether trigrams. (This
is King Wen's Hexagram Arrangement). - Click on numbers to see guiding hexagram images and comments. Along with the symbolic images there are some explanations or oracle "statements" abstracted and paraphrased from Richard Wilhelm's (W) translation, Christopher Market's (M) I Ching rendition, and from the translation of James Legge (L) - and very rarely from R. L Wing's text (R).
The hexagrams can be arranged for a "happy fare together" and for making your libido (zest-life) outlets matter on the whole, This unique "natural-harmony arrangement" brings the I Ching in structural alignment with the houses and signs and dwadashamsas of the main structural astrology of East and West. You find the zodiac parts by reading the King King table downward. Feel free to try it out. Note that Aries 0 - 5.38 degrees is aligned to hexagram 50 ("Baboon 5"), and that the zodiac starts there. (Hover to view the sequences.) Why not have a look at the hexagram of your birthday degree while you're at it? [More]
-so that you can easily find the ones you are looking for:
Any information given on annexed pages to this one is not to be taken as a replacement for sensible advice. Those needing medical attention should consult a likable therapist. Besides, sensible reservations are presupposed throughout.
(B) Baynes, Cary F., tr. I Ching or Book of Changes: The Richard Wilhelm Translation. London: Penguin Books, 2003.
(H) Barrett, Hilary. I Ching: Walking Your Path, Creating Your Future. London: Arcturus, 2010.
(L) Legge, James, tr. The Yî King. Part II of The Texts of Confucianism. Sacred Books of the East Vol. 16. The Sacred Books of China. Vol. 2. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1882. - Online version.
(M) Markert, Christopher. I Ching. The No. 1 Success Formula. Wellingborough: Aquarian, 1988.
(R) Wing, R. L. I Ching arbejdsbogen (I Ching Workbook). Copenhagen: Borgen, 1988 (New York: Doubleday, 1979).