When the going gets tough, the tough asks iKing..
iKing is an ancient algorithm that offers hints for life.

iKing is a renewed version of the ancient Chinese oracle "I Ching" (We spell it the old way, "i King").

Whenever you feel lost and need an impartial advice from above and beyond, you can ask iKing.

How to ask

It is very simple to use: just focus on the simplest linguistic form of your problem, possibly in the form of a noun, for example:

"my partner" or "the new job offer" or "New York".

There is no particular need to describe in too much details your question.

Keep it simple and short. The less complex language you use, the better.

Whatever your question might be, iKing will divinate, touch and ring the relation between you and your question.

How it works

iKing's ancient algorithm reasons - and resonates with your questions/intentions - by responding through psychological archetypes and onirical images that are incredibly conveyed by yourself (!) to the Highest Universal Metaphorical Principle and back to yourself, through a synchronic intention that sparks by your very use of this application.

Don't ask for more explanations. This is a mystery going on since millenia, no matter the mean of divination.

How to read the Responses

Normally you get 2 images (hexagrams) of your situation, the first being "the current state of things" and the second being "the naturally upcoming cosmic change in relation to the timing of your question".

Sometimes, rarely, you get only one hexagram. You can interpret this occurrence as the lack of a particular change in your situation, but still better read what iKing has to advice to you. If you are stuck in a situation, you may be missing the solving point, distracted by social and personal implications of your problem.


Do not use too much.

Treat iKing as a real wise person. Do not stalk it.

Ask for a response only if you have a clear question hurdling your life.

This is not AI. This is AK.

This is just yourself in resonance with Ancient Knowledge.

Your Question
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