I Ching Symbols
This is more than a graphic, it is a symbol library. It uses the symbol element of SVG to define all symbols seen in the graphic. Some software can import such symbols for its own internal use. Some other software has no clue about the symbols (sadly, Serif DrawPlus X8 is one of those). For example, if you copy or move this SVG file to the share/symbols directory of Inkscape, and select Object/Symbols from the menu (or press Shift+Ctrl+Y), a new symbol set called I Ching Symbols will appear there and you will be able to just drag any of these symbols into your own work. You’ll be able to move them, resize them, change their color, apply filters to them, and whatever else you can do to other objects.
Tags: Bagua, China, Confucianism, Confucius, Dao, Daoism, I Ching, King Wen, Tao, Taoism, Yang, Yi Jing, Yijing, Yin, Yn, ancient, book, cleromancy, digram, feng shui, hexagram, monogram, mystic, mystical, sacred, symbol, trigram,
Safe for Work? Yes