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The Yijing originated from Vietnam???

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charly

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Hi Optimalist:

Things are not what they seem and nothing belong to us, all we have is borrowed.
Robbery is so old than property, even maybe it is in the origin of property.
Peoples used to take culture and property from other peoples. But there is not issue about that the providers were the original owners, they could take it from anothers. Maybe the cycle has no begining and sure no end.

TaoBabe surely reads viet, she was in this forum. Maybe she still chechks from time to time.
Why not ask her?
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http://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/friends/showthread.php?15798-Plant-Oracle

Yours,

Charly
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Japanese made already the pretence that the Yi was theirs.
Ch.
 
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My thought about the origins of I Ching leans more toward the Hmong's (AKA Miao's) whom was driven out from their places in China thousands of years ago partly south and southeast.
But anyway, here's an interesting article:
http://hmongstudies.com/NgPaper2003.pdf
 
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And some people will say it came from men from outer space.
 
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svenrus

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On #3 I wrote:"was driven out from their places in China thousands of years ago partly south and southeast. " Sorry for that. It's partly south and southwest..... Toward and into Laos, Vietnam and Hainan.
 
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