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Today's I Ching for Robert E. Lee

Yin (New)
Yin (Old)
Yang (Old)
Yin (New)
Yang (Old)
Yang (Old)
The present is embodied in Hexagram 54 - Kuei Mei (The Marrying Maiden): The action will be evil, and in no way advantageous.
The first (bottommost) line, undivided, shows the younger sister married off in a position ancillary to the real wife. It suggests the idea of a person lame on one leg who yet manages to tramp along. Going forward will be fortunate.
The second line, undivided, shows here blind of one eye, and yet able to see. There will be advantage in her maintaining the firm correctness of a solitary widow.
The fourth line, undivided, shows the younger sister who is to be married off protracting the time. She may be late in being married, but the time will come.
The fifth line, divided, reminds us of the marrying of the younger sister of king Ti-yi, when the sleeves of her the princess were not equal to those of the still younger sister who accompanied her in an inferior capacity. The case suggests the thought of the moon almost full. There will be good fortune.
The situation is changing rapidly, and Yin (the passive feminine force) is gaining ground.
Yin (New)
Yang (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
Yin (New)
The future is embodied in Hexagram 8 - Pi (Union): There is good fortune, but let him reexamine himself. Let him divine whether his virtue be great, unremitting, and firm. If it be so, there will be no error. Those who have not rested will then come to him. With those who are too late in coming, it will be ill.
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 Tui (Lake), which is transforming into K'un (Earth). As part of this process, joy, pleasure, and attraction are giving way to docility and receptivity.