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On October 12, 2017 at 11:33 PM 

when would be a good time to move out?

and received a response of:
old yin
yin
old yang
old yin
yin
old yang
 

51 Thunder

The Statement of the first hexagram

Thunder everywhere.
Thunder comes frighteningly.
People laugh and exclaim.
Thunder terrifies for one hundred miles,
but do not lose the ladle
of sacrificial wine.

The changing lines

The first line:
Thunder brings fright and terror.
Afterward, laughter and talk: ha ha.
Fortune.
The third line:
Thunder: awake, awake!
Shaking without injury.
The fourth line:
Thunder, followed by mud.
The sixth line:
Thunder menacing, menacing. Eyes wide
in fright. Going brings misfortune.
He does not shake, but his neighbor does.
No fault: a marriage has talk.
yang
yin
yin
yang
yin
yin
 

52 Stilling

The Statement of the second hexagram

One stills one's back
and does not move one's body.
There is movement in one's courtyard,
but one does not see one's people.
No fault.
 
 

The Image of the first hexagram

Continuous thunder
on thunder.
The noble one examines
his morals
in fear and dread.
 
 

The Image of the second hexagram

Doubled mountains:
stillness.
The noble one
does not consider matters
beyond his position.