links

Here is a collection of websites, books and media which we strongly advise exploring or viewing at least once. 

Calling Crane in the Shade 
<https://www.biroco.com/yijing/index.htm>

“One of the very first sites I want to acquaint people with is Joel Biroco’s site. Joel is a consummate artist and a hard thinking individual when the matter turns to eastern metaphysics. His site is both elegant and powerful and he will point you in the right direction with respect to the I Ching without exception. Do yourself a favor and check him out.” 
Magister Ouroboros 729

Secrets of the I Ching 

(Formerly, The Wisdom of the Changes) Bettina Wilhelm, filmmaker and granddaughter of Richard Wilhelm, author of the best translation of the I Ching worldwide, explores the history of the I Ching and the excellent scholarly work of her grandfather. Highly recommended. Available on Vimeo, Amazon, Google Play, among others. 

The I Ching Sequencer @ Tao Lodge
<http://taolodge.com/flash/sequencer.html> “      “At the side is a scale showing how many hexagrams of the 64 have played and position in the sequence. You can even play a techno soundtrack to accompany the animation. A fascinating and beautifully executed piece of work. An elegant hexagram sequence is like a mesmerizing dance.” – Biroco, author of Calling Crane in the Shade (site)

G.W. Leibniz: Texts and Translations
<http://philosophyfaculty.ucsd.edu/faculty/rutherford/Leibniz/index.php>
“Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) was one of the most distinguished intellectual figures of the early modern period. Celebrated as a philosopher and mathematician, he also made significant contributions to the natural sciences, historiography, legal theory, and linguistics—to mention only a few of his interests. He is often described as the last universal genius: a thinker whose range extended to all that was known in his day.”  – Donald Rutherford