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Today's I Ching for John Wilkes Booth

Yin (New)
Yin (Old)
Yang (Old)
Yin (Old)
Yang (Old)
Yin (New)
The present is embodied in Hexagram 40 - Hsieh (Deliverance): Advantage will be found in the southwest. If no further operations are called for, there will be good fortune in returning to the old conditions. If some operations are called for, there will be good fortune in the early conduct of them.
The second line, undivided, shows its subject catch, in hunting, three foxes, and obtain the golden arrows. With firm correctness there will be good fortune.
The third line, divided, shows a porter with his burden, yet riding in a carriage. He will only tempt robbers to attack him. However firm and correct he may try to be, there will be cause for regret.
To the subject of the fourth line, undivided, it is said "Remove your toes. Friends will then come, between you and whom there will be mutual confidence".
The fifth line, divided, shows its subject, the superior man, executing his function of removing whatever is injurious to the idea of the hexagram, in which case there will be good fortune, and confidence in him will be shown even by the small men.
The situation is changing rapidly, but neither Yin (the passive feminine force) nor Yang (the active masculine force) is gaining ground.
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
The future is embodied in Hexagram 39 - Chien (Obstruction): Advantage will be found in the southwest, and the contrary in the northeast. It will be advantageous to meet with the great man. With firmness and correctness, there will be good fortune.
The things most apparent, those above and in front, are embodied by the upper trigram Chen (Thunder), which is transforming into K'an (Water). As part of this process, movement, initiative, and action are giving way to danger and the unknown.
The things least apparent, those below and behind, are embodied by the lower trigram K'an (Water), which is transforming into Ken (Mountain). As part of this process, danger and the unknown are giving way to stillness and obstruction.