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From Mandarin 太玄經太玄经 (Tàixuánjīng, literally “Canon of Supreme Mystery”).

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Taixuanjing

  1. A Chinese divinatory text composed by the Confucian writer Yang Xiong (53 BCE-18 CE), similar to, and inspired by, the I Ching, and having 81 ternary tetragrams.

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