Saturday, 12 March 2011

天哭 Tian Ku

Translated from here.

- Yang Metal (Geng 庚)

- signifies 刑克 xíngkè = injury, wound; disease, sickness; disaster, calamity; to be separated in life and death, to be parted forever

- stands for 憂傷 yōushāng = distressed, weighed down with sorrow, laden with grief

      Tian Ku puts forth 哭 kū = to cry, weep; 憂傷 yōushāng = grieved, sorrowful, distressed, blue; 傷心 shāngxīn = sad, broken-hearted; to feel deeply hurt, to be sick at heart, to break one's heart; 哭喪 kūsāng = to wail at a funeral, to wail while offering sacrifice to the departed.

The native of Tian Ku is a little bit antisocial, reclusive, eccentric. The person is fond of 庸人自擾 yōng​rén​zì​rǎo = to worry about troubles that do not exist; to fret unnecessarily; to get upset over nothing. Tian Ku represents toil and what's tiring. Should the major star sharing palace with Tian Ku be favourable, there is instead the likely instance of the individual becoming well-known for something; to make one's mark, to make a name for oneself. If there are many sha stars present, the native will rather meet with defeat and ruin. Tian Ku seeing Tian Xu indicates the person grieving, being broken-hearted, and/or having to tend to funeral arrangements, etc.

Tian Ku assists Ju Men effectuating what's ominous and vicious.

This star brings about trouble and disturbances what with love, romance, and relationships. There is wear and tear to affections and love affairs.

If the major star sharing palace with Tian Ku is inauspicious as regards Tian Ku (for example Ju Men or Tai Yin), the individual has a sour expression on his or her face; to pull a long face, to look sullen.

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