Fantasy






Oracle of Love




Guide to Interpreting
About Love
Should You Cast
Another Hexagram?

Introduction
to the Oracle

How to Cast
a Hexagram

Find a
Hexagram


Too good to be true.

The hexagram means false perfection. Since everything must change, a perfection can never be maintained and so any absolute perfection is a mirage.

Only in fantasies can dreams of perfection be indulged. In real life they lead to disappointment.

The hexagram also means falsity, in the sense of a veil or apparition disguising a truth. It can also mean seeing through a veil to an underlying reality.

The hexagram may be relating to a fiction in which reality is idealised, or a dream of perfection that one aspires to, or a belief system that one follows.

Fantasy is not without value. In the world of theatre and art, for example, the use of imagination and the lure of perfection is often appropriate. Fantasy can be used to stimulate desire. Teasing and foreplay enhance sexual delight.


The hexagram is most likely pointing to a situation that you are interpreting too positively, where things are not as rosy as they seem.

It may be pointing to a difficulty that is imaginary, perhaps arising from a misunderstanding.

It may be that you have unrealistic expectations of an enterprise and are setting your sights too high.

There is a possibility that you are being deliberately deceived. Be wary of theatrical displays of sincerity.

Alternatively, the hexagram may be relating to the enjoyment of an imaginary perfection.

Accents:


The dream is over, yet one is reluctant to leave it.

Enjoy the ride but make no investment.

A dream beyond reach.
Or, The dream evaporates.

Foolishly believing the fantasy.

The real thing is worth more than the fantasy.

Disillusionment.
Or, one doesn’t fall for the fantasy.