A client wrote a book and took it to an editorial to be evaluated for a possible impression. Editorial accepted the sending but never answered even when its author required several times a commentary on his work. Although later the author desisted to publish through the editorial, and being that it´s an original work, he wonders about why the editorial never answered. A reading with coins signalled the following hexagram:
Probably material´s first sending had been well received or would have produced enthusiasm, with sight focused on the present, in the future and its possibilities rather than the past, traditions, costumes or publishing habits. Bur oracle´s answer is very clear: the editorial assumed an obedience and submission position and received orders or commands as a way to avoid some kind of detriment, all this due to assumed compromises that although meant cooperation bonds and mutual help they were also bonds that could turn threatening.
Being about a simple book, although original, the oracle´s explanation is not rational and it should be supposed other situations related with the editorial and making it dependent to the point that it cannot even answer an author about his work.
The mentioned obedience refers to a non-union command, non-bonding because it would be inadvisable due to the characteristics of the parts involved, the editorial ones, the author ones.
The reading with coins also gave other details about the submission: it seems that the editorial was an environment with repeated concerns, worries and fears originated in a permanent perception of dangers that didn´t stop to be reproduced.
Maybe these editorial´s characteristics are not related to the author himself nor his work but oracle through two main hexagrams has described silence causes, such as the consultant required.
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