MindSports features a limited number of I Ching sites of proven quality and consistency.
Some of them do have an additional commercial interest in their visitors, while others don't.
However, none of the online divination sites feature the refinement of interpretation made possible by the I Ching Connexion.
- I Ching Bookmarks
Lorraine's search engine and directory dedicated to the I Ching.
- The I Ching on the net.
Greg Whincup's links to I Ching resources on the Internet.
- YiJing (I Ching) - The Book of Changes.
- LiSe Heyboer's Yi Jing, book of Sun and Moon
A lot of care and attention to detail went into Lise Heyboer's I Ching site.
- The Great Vessel
The I Ching site of Stephen Karcher (diviner, author and teacher) et al.
- Consult the Yijing (I Ching) online
Free I Ching readings based on Ewald Berkers' own translation of the Book.
- I Ching at Facade.com
Free I Ching readings, rendering both the present and future hexagram.
- Yijing Algebra
Andreas Schöter's Yijing (I Ching) and Taiji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan) site.
Special focus is given to the relations between Boolean Algebra and the Yijing.
- I Ching with Clarity
Hilary Barrett (Clarity) offers courses and personal readings.
- Original I Ching
Developed and presented by Dan Stackhouse, 'Original I Ching' is an attempt to capture the spirit of the Oracle as it was practiced in the time of King Wên, before the written Chinese language became a representation of spoken language.
By contrast, 'Pathfinder' is a modern interpretation, with additional results stemming from the 'Tao of Power' and 'The Art of War'.
- San Shan Yi Jing
Mark Griggs-Smith (San Shan) offers a Yi Jing program, the lite version of which is free.
- Sacred Texts - I Ching: James Legge's translation
James Legge's translation, his second in fact, is the one used in ICC.
- I Ching - Richard Wilhelm's translation, rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes
This is the most widely used translation, but of course it's a two-step one, Chinese to German to English.