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Halacha - I Ching
Submitted by michael golomb  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: I am not personally familiar with this book, but according to what I read it seems to be a method of divining the future. The Torah absolutely forbids all forms of divination.
posted:2010-12-13 00:16:30

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