William Douglas Horden has been an independent researcher of the indigenous divinatory systems of ancient China and Mexico for the past forty years. He lived in the Copper Canyon of Mexico with the Tarahumara Indians for two years and numerous other indigenous communities over the past few decades, allowing him to become steeped in the shamanic world view. William was initially trained by I Ching Master Khigh Alx Dhiegh. He is currently a writer, photographer, and lecturer living in Roseburg, Oregon and Coatepec, Mexico.
The Toltec I Ching, by Martha Ramirez-Oropeza and William Douglas Horden has just been released by Larson Publications. It recasts the I Ching in the symbology of the Native Americans of ancient Mexico and includes original illustrations interpreting each of the hexagrams. Its subtitle, 64 Keys to Inspired Action in the New World, hints at its focus on the ethics of the emerging world culture. Information, excerpts, sample pages, selections of its indigenous images by co-author Martha Ramirez-Oropeza, and early review highlights are available at http://www.larsonpublications.com