Yijing Hexagram Symbols

Yijing Hexagram Symbols is a block of the Unicode standard that contains a set of 64 symbols used in the Yijing, or Book of Changes, an ancient Chinese divination text. Each symbol, known as a hexagram, consists of six lines that are either solid or broken. The lines are arranged in a specific pattern, and each hexagram has a unique meaning. In the Yijing, the hexagrams are used as a tool for divination and for understanding the dynamics of change and the underlying patterns of the universe. These symbols are used in various ways in Chinese culture, including in art, literature, and spiritual practices.
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