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Bazi / Re: Yin Wood Snake and Self-combining pillar
« on: February 09, 2019, 04:16:04 PM »
Pig is Hai Water. The Yang Jia Wood is supported and well looked after by the water. This is like the a guy who is interested in a girl, and the guys family supports the guys interest in pursuiing this particular girl.

The Snake, is Bing Fire. The Yang Metal, has every intention to combine with the Yin Wood in the Stem, cannot for whatever the reason Bing Fire wants. This is like Romeo and Juliet In short, Bing Fire is the Family Fued (doesn't matter which side really; but assume male side). The Yang Metal is Romeo, and Yin Wood is Juliet. But neither can go against the say of the most important (and strongest) influence: Bing Fire, which does not let Geng Yang Metal do anything it doesn't want. Therefore, it cannot combine like the rest despite it's desire to do so.

All together:
Ji (Yin Earth) over Hai (Pig Water): Ji Earth with Jia Wood. Wood is strong as it is supported by the main element, not an issue.
Ding (Yin Fire) over Hai (Pig Water): Ding Fire with Ren Water. Water is strong as it is the main element itself, not an issue.
Yi (Yin Wood) over Si (Snake Fire): Yi Wood wants to combine with Geng Metal. Metal is weak and subdued within by Fire, unable to combine.
Xin (Yin Metal) over Si (Snake Fire): Xin Metal wants to combine with Bing Fire. Fire is strong as it is the main element itself, not an issue.
Gui (Yin Water) over Si (Snake Fire): Gui Water wants to combine with Wu Earth. Earth is strong as it is supported by the main element, not an issue.

In short, it still combines (because it has every intention to do so). But also doesn't (because it can't get past Bing Fire who's in the way).

Thank you very much @The-Monk for your generosity!!!

Happy New Chinese Year

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Miscellaneous / Re: Good luck for Chinese New year of Pig 🐷
« on: February 06, 2019, 10:58:56 AM »
Happy New Year 2019 !

All the Best...


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Hi All,

Thank you Gmuli for your researches, maybe TenVirtues and Rapanui will help again to clarify..

Article written by Danny H.Van den Berghe: The Chinese Calendar
"The Chinese calendar is based on planetary cycles in our solar system.
You can also download the PDF here:
https://fourpillars.net/pdf/chincal.pdf
https://fourpillars.net/chincal.php

North Pole, Big Dipper, Equatorial, Sun and Moon conjunction to begin the lunar months, Planets, Chinese Constellations, seem to be used in ancient China...



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Hi All, continue the puzzle..

(...)"Trigram Gen in Yin Wood of Hetu (河圖)

This is also the basic difference between Chinese ancient book and principle from Viet civilization.

* Trigram Gen in Viet civilization has the original conventional feature of Yin Wood (Has proved in “Back to the origin of I Ching”).

* Trigram Gen in Chinese ancient book, Gen (艮 gčn) has the original feature of “Mountain”. With the principle of Trigram Gen is “Mountain” in Chinese ancient book, it explains nothing. But with Trigram Gen with the original feature of Yin Wood from Viet civilization, we will explain the issue persisted–

The Earth in the interrelationships of the solar system from Yin and Yang theory and Five element theory.

Therefore, from the basic principle of Lac Viet “Later Heaven” Bagua (eight symbols) combining Hetu (河圖), Trigram Gen is in Yin Wood, so how is the relationship between Yin Wood - Gen (艮 gčn) with the Earth in the interrelationships of the solar system?

Now would you reassess the order of the Solar system from inside to outside:

Before explaining this issue, the writer would like to note of the names of two planets in the solar system of Venus and Mercury:

* Mercury is named after contemporary Astronomy, or Venus is called according to the ancient Oriental astronomy book.

* Venus is named after contemporary Astronomy, or Mercury is called according to the ancient Oriental astronomy book (according to Pangu (盤古), Book of Han (漢書).

The order of the following solar system – with two names of these stars named after ancient book - will be:

@ Sun => Venus => Mercury => Earth => Mars.

This is the “Planet system of group I”, according to the categorization of the contemporary Astronomy)

@ The belt of meteorite with hundreds of million of large and small meteorite blocks is also moving around the Sun (The largest block has the length of hundreds of Km).

@ Jupiter => Saturn =>Uranus => Neptune => Pluto.

(Planet system of group II, according to the categorization of the contemporary Astronomy)

If now the Sun is taken as Earth element (According to the principle of center of Earth in Yin and Yang and Five element theory), ta will see one direction of generating Wu Xing from inside to outside – compare with the name of Sun and planets – as follows: Wu Xing (五行): Earth (Sun) => bears Metal (Venus/ According to the ancient book) => carries Water (Mercury/ According to the ancient book) => nourishes Wood (Equivalent to Earth) => feeds Fire (Mars).

In planet of group II, ancient book only mentioned two stars but it is enough to see the overcoming principle is: Jupiter (Wood) parts Earth (Saturn)

Therefore, you can see that the Earth is equivalent to Wood element. According to Yin and Yang theory and Five element theory, when the generating principle is in the Yang, physical object will be in the Yin (the Yin of the Yang). Therefore, the Sun and planets inside the belt of meteorite is in the Yin and our Earth is Yin Wood: That is position of Trigram Gen in Hetu (河圖).

Refer the below picture:


So, according to the above proving, the earth is Yin Wood, the statue of Trigram Gen in Hetu (河圖) and in the direction of generating cycle of the solar system from inside to outside and the sun is in the Earth. With this current structure of the solar hệ thống, this is the perfect explanation of Yin and Yang theory and Five element theory. (...)

http://diendan.lyhocdongphuong.org.vn/chu-de/3560-principle-of-ancient-oriental-astrology-and-the-secret-of-the-universe/

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When the Jupiter, Moon and Sun conjunct in Zi constellation the baZi Would be:

Jia Jia Jia Jia
Zi Zi Zi Zi

If the year begins in Zi month, this chart is possible.  8)

Hi All,

Rapanui !!! Thank you...

"The branch names are not usual month names; the main use of the branches for months is astrological. However, the names are sometimes used to indicate historically which (lunar) month was the first month of the year in ancient times. For example, since the Han dynasty, the first month has been jiŕnyínyuč, but earlier the first month was jiŕnzǐyuč (during the Zhou dynasty) or jiŕnchǒuyuč (traditionally during the Shang dynasty) as well."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexagenary_cycle

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Hi Gmuli,

Yes poetic... A small obvious mistake placed in a text written by a Scholar or a Master can be a sign of humility, or a simple typo, or a call for concentration for the student ...

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Very well said and explained by Wencang thank you Dao for sharing, couldn't of said it any better myself.

Yes TenVirtues! these pages with explanations by Wencang are precious...
All the best

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Hi All,

You may find some interesting informations...

Books of Fate and Popular Culture in Early China: The Daybook Manuscripts of the warring states, Qin and Han

https://books.google.fr/books?id=eoJ1DwAAQBAJ&pg=PA490&dq=books+of+fate+and+popular+culture+in+early+china&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiLl6Ce1YzgAhVozoUKHQ7oC9IQ6AEILTAA#v=onepage&q=books%20of%20fate%20and%20popular%20culture%20in%20early%20china&f=false

Best Regards

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