Sunday, 29 May 2011

將前十二星 The Jiang Xing star series

Translated from here.

將星 Jiang Xing

- turns unfavourable things into what's auspicious

In Ming or Shen, military ennoblement.

Jiang Xing has to do with vigour, power, energy; physical or mental strength or force.

攀鞍 Pan An

- 功名 gōngmíng = scholarly honour or official rank; fame and achievement, rank, glory

In Ming or Shen, military display.

This star has to do with rank obtained in the imperial examinations; scholarly honours. It is beneficial for taking an exam.

歲馹 Sui Ri

- Tian Ma

Sui Ri represents 遷移 qiānyí = to move to a different address; to remove; to migrate, drift; transplant. And 變動 biàndòng = a change, alteration, variation; to vary, to make an alteration. This star indicates going on a long journey or a rather busy period or phase.

息神 Xi Shen

- 消沉 xiāochén = downhearted, low-spirited, depressed, dejected, demoralised, despodent, in the mopes

If in Ming or Shen and there are no lucky stars present to ease off sha, the individual will lack vitality and spirit.

華蓋 Hua Gai

- Yang Wood

- 孤高 gūgāo = haughty, arrogant, proud, unsociable

Hua Gai enables scholarly honours and rank obtained in the imperial examinations. It has to do with 文章 wénzhāng = literary works, writings; an article, essay, composition, theme. The native of this star has a majestic presence and an awe-inspiring bearing. Hua Gai is related to appearance and bearing. With this star the individual tends toward religion and faith.

In Ming or Shen, the person ought to take to the dao of the monk. It is not advisable tending toward the commonplace and mundane.

On the outside the native is of a beautiful appearance. However, he or she lacks substance.

The individual has a dignified, imposing and awe-inspiring appearance. He or she happens upon loneliness and tends toward religion. The person of Hua Gai is haughty and proud and does not enjoy taking part in groups and crowds. The native is fond of helping those who are weak and feeble. Also, with this star the individual does not abstain from speaking forthright; to call a spade a spade.

劫煞 Jie Sha

- 盜 dào = to steal, rob, plunder; a thief, robber, bandit

There ought to be lucky star doing away with this star's sha. Avoid the unfavourable stars.

With Jie Sha midway there is obstruction; to stop and detain.

Regarding work, the individual can not have it according to his or her wishes.

災煞 Zai Sha

- 災患 zāihuàn = calamity, disaster

Lucky stars should be present to remove the ominous enabled by this star. Avoid malevolent stars.

Zai Sha gives the means to external disaster and calamity. The person ought to guard against blackmail and fraud.

天煞 Tian Sha

- adverse for husband and father

Tian Sha should not be in Ming, Shen, Parents or Spouse.

指背 Zhi Bei

- 誹謗 fěibàng = slander, defamation; to libel, malign

This star should not be in Ming or Shen.

Behind the native's back vile characters start a rumour and try to frame him or her with false evidence; or there is slander, maligning, libel.

咸池 Xian Chi

- 桃花 táohuā = peach blossom

The person is licentious, wanton, and easy in his or her morals. The individual is partial to what is imaginary and illusory. The native is lecherous and given to lust and wants sex. The person comes across loneliness. And there are numerous ailments and diseases. In behaviour and conduct the individual appreciates liquor and gambling.

With Xian Chi the native ought to guard against disputes and adversity what with emotions, feelings, likes and dislikes, affections.

In Ming or Shen or Happiness and Virtue, this star effectuates wanting sex and being horny and given to lust.

Xian Chi signifies 男歡女愛 nánhuānnǚài = passionate love. With this star the native really does understand how to enjoy him- or herself (in Ming or Happiness and Virtue).

月煞 Yue Sha

- adverse for mother and wife

Avoid this star in Ming, Shen, Parents or Spouse.

亡神 Wang Shen

- 耗敗 hàobài = wastage, squandering, defeat, loss

Wang Shen signifies lawsuits and legal proceedings.

With this star the person encounters loss of position and standing. What the individual engages in doesn't bear fruit. Or there could be loss of wealth and money. The native's memory power is not especially good.

歲前十二星 The Sui Jian series of stars

Translated from here.

歲建 Sui Jian

- Fire

- one year of 休咎 xiūjiù = lucky and inauspicious

Sui Jian represents a year of both disaster and happiness.

This star should not be opposite the Ming palace.

If Sui Jian meets with 凶 xiong stars, there's an increase of what's unfavourable and ominous. There is the occurrence of 糾纏 jiūchán = to get entangled, to be in a tangle, to twist, to foul; to pester, worry, harass. Lucky stars ought to be present to ironing out difficulties.

晦氣 Hui Qi

- 咎 jiù = fault, blame; censure, blame, punish.

Lucky stars will lessen the malevolence of Hui Qi. The inauspicious stars make Hui Qi worse.

This star signifies 爭執 zhēngzhí = to disagree, dispute; disagreement, feud, skirmish.

Hui Qi has to do with being out of luck. In action and when handling stuff, things won't go smoothly. The person becomes depressed; to be of a bad mood and low spirit.

喪門 Sang Men

- Wood

- 喪亡 sàngwáng = to die, to meet one's death

Sang Men betokens 孝服 xiàofú = mourning clothes; 妨妻 fángqī = harm to wife; 虛驚 xūjīng = a nervous fear, false alarm.

Lucky stars ought to be present to do away with the inauspicious stuff of this star.

Sang Men is indicative of 凶兆 xiōngzhào = an ill omen, an evil boding, a knell, a threat of.

Sang Men has to do with mourning clothes or matters of grief and sorrow. Handling issues and managing things the individual is unable to be satisfied.

貫索 Guan Suo

- 獄災 yùzāi = prison calamity

Lucky stars lessen what's unfavourable. Xiong stars increase the ominous.

Guan Suo stands for 凶兆 xiōngzhào = an evil boding, a knell, a threat of, an ill omen.

This star represents lawsuits (... [?]).

官符 Guan Fu

- Fire

- 訟 sòng = litigation

Guan Fu is associated with matters of the law and litigation.

This star denotes a punishment equipment; to be sentenced and punished with a rod, cane, club.

Lucky stars should be present to do away with sha.

小耗 Xiao Hao

- Fire

- 小失 xiǎoshī = small losses

Lucky stars decrease the sha of this star. Malevolent stars and Kong Wang increase sha.

Xiao Hao is associated with small losses and only a little damage.

This star is unfavourable what with handling circumstances and executing stuff. The native could happen upon financial loss or bankruptcy. Spending money the person does not know moderation and temperance.

歲破 Sui Po (大耗 Da Hao)

- Fire

- 大敗 dàbài = to suffer a crushing defeat

This star should not be in Ming, Shen, Wealth or Property.

Sui Po signifies rather big losses and major damages. There is great destruction to money and wealth.

龍德 Long De

- has the ability to turn the unfavourable into what's lucky and auspicious

This star is especially advantageous in Ming or Shen.

Long De enables pleasant circumstances and situations.

The individual comes across mutual assistance and help from guiren.

There is the instance of 轉運 zhuǎnyùn = luck turns in one's favour; to have a lucky break; a lift in fortune; one's luck takes a turn for the better.

The native meets with aid and assistance that are real, concrete, actual.

白虎 Bai Hu

- Metal

- 凶 xiōng = ominous, inauspicious; unproductive, bad for crops, threatened with famine; ferocious, fierce; fearful, terrible; act of violence, murder

Bai Hu represents 刑傷 xíngshāng = to kill and injure; wound, injury and trauma after being beaten or tortured.

Lucky stars should be present to dissolve the sha of this star.

Bai Hu betokens 凶兆 xiōngzhào = a knell, a threat of, an ill omen, an evil boding.

This star signifies disaster and calamity to do with blood or an accident or mishap.

天德 Tian De

- is capable of transforming the inauspicious into what is lucky.

Tian De should be in Ming or Shen.

Tian De stands for 吉祥 jíxiáng = lucky, auspicious, propitious, heaven-sent.

The person happens upon mutual assistance and help from guiren.

弔客 Diao Ke

- Fire

- 孝服 xiàofú = mourning clothes

Diao Ke indicates 孝服 xiàofú = mourning clothes; 妨妻 fángqī = harm to wife; 虛驚 xūjīng = false alarm, a nervous fear.

Lucky stars should remove the sha of this star.

Diao Ke signifies what is inauspicious, ominous, unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky.

病符 Bing Fu

- 災病 zāibìng = disaster and disease, ailment, sickness

Lucky stars will decrease the sha of this star. Maleficent stars will increase sha.

Bing Fu represents 小病 xiǎobìng = minor illness, indisposition.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Keywords for the stars in the cycle charts

Translated from here.

紫微 Zi Wei

財利: wealth and profit, riches

考試: to take an exam; examinations, tests

事業: undertaking, project, activity, career, occupation, profession

名譽: fame, reputation, honour

夫運: to do with husband

天機 Tian Ji

交際: communication, social intercourse; to socialise, to engage in social functions

宗教: religion

名譽: reputation, honour, fame

考試: to take an exam; tests, examinations

健康: health, physique, fitness; healthy, fit, sound

太陽 Tai Yang

事業: career, occupation, profession, project, activity, undertaking

住宅: residence, dwelling, house, tenement

財物: property, belongings

名譽: fame, repute, honour, reputation

夫運: to do with husband

武曲 Wu Qu

財利: riches, wealth and profit

刃傷: injury or wound due to the edge of a blade

健康: fitness, health, physique; healthy, wholesome, fit

旅行: travel, journey, trip

天同 Tian Tong

交際: social intercourse, communication; to engage in social functions

合夥: to act jointly, to form a partnership

健康: physique, fitness, health; sound, wholesome, fit, healthy

夫妻: man and wife, husband and wife

色情: sex, eroticism, pornography

廉貞 Lian Zhen

事業: profession, career, occupation, activities, undertaking, project

夫妻: husband and wife

疾病: disease, ailment, sickness

官非: lawsuit

財利: riches, wealth, profit

色情: sex, pornography, eroticism

天府 Tian Fu

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

財利: wealth and riches, profit

恆產: immovable property, residence, real estate

太陰 Tai Yin

妻運: to do with wife

母運: to do with mother

財利: profit and wealth and riches

恆產: immovable property, residence, real estate

田宅: field, farm, residence

貪狼 Tan Lang

財利: wealth and riches, profit

夫妻: husband and wife, man and wife

健康: healthy, fit, wholesome; physique, fitness, health

色情: sex, eroticism, pornography

巨門 Ju Men

是非: quarrelling

財利: wealth and riches, profit

健康: health, physique, fitness; sound, fit, healthy

天相 Tian Xiang

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

夫運: to do with husband

學問: learning, knowledge, scholarship, wisdom, letters, erudition; systematic learning, a branch of knowledge, know-how

天梁 Tian Liang

旅行: travel, trip, journey

健康: healthy, fit, sound; fitness, physique, health

學問: learning, knowledge, scholarship, wisdom, letters, erudition; systematic learning, a branch of knowledge, know-how

交際: communication, social intercourse, social functions; to socialise

七殺 Qi Sha

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

健康; fitness, physique, health; healthy, sound, fit

傷害: harm, hurt, injury, wound, maul

破軍 Po Jun

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

健康: healthy, sound, fit, wholesome; physique, fitness

傷害: wound, injury, maul, hurt, harm

財利: wealth and riches, profit

火鈴 Huo Xing and Ling Xing

財利: profit, riches and wealth

健康: health, fitness, physique; fit, wholesome, sound, healthy

昌曲 Wen Chang and Wen Qu

科名: scholarly honours, rank obtained in imperial examinations

學問: learning, knowledge, scholarship, wisdom, letters, erudition; systematic learning, a branch of knowledge, know-how

羊陀 Qing Yang and Tuo Luo

傷害: harm, hurt, maul, injury, wound

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

爭執: disagree, dispute, argue opinionatedly, wrangle

疾病: ailment, sickness, disease

魁鉞 Tian Kui and Tian Yue

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

名譽: honour, reputation, fame

左右 Zuo Fu and You Bi

工作: work, job, employment, practice, situation; to work, operate, labour, practise

名譽: fame, reputation, honour

空劫 Di Kong and Di Jie

財失: loss of money, wealth, riches

健康: fit, healthy, wholesome; physique, fitness

驛馬 Tian Ma

旅遊: trip, journey; a tour, tourism, travels

財利: money, wealth, riches, profit

化忌 Hua Ji

是非: quarrelling

傷害: wound, harm, maul, hurt, injury

疾厄: adversity to do with disease or sickness

天喜 Tian Xi

喜慶: festivities, a joyous event, jubilation

老年血災: when old, blood calamity

紅鸞 Hong Luan

喜慶: a joyous event, jubilation, festivities

老年血災: when old, blood adversity

天姚 Tian Yao

色情: eroticism, sex, pornography

疾病: sickness, disease, ailment

白虎 Bai Hu

血光: blood wound

疾厄: difficulty to do with sickness or disease

天刑 Tian Xing

官非: legal proceedings, lawsuit

The major stars in the big cycle charts

Translated from here.

Zi Wei

Young: The individual is of a strong intention to learn and study. The native is willing to make progress and move forward and improve him- or herself. However, the person lacks perseverance. The individual is energetic, restless, active and is fond of making friends

Middle-aged: The native tends toward 老謀深算 lǎoóushēnsuàn = to make every move only after mature deliberation; to think deeply and plan carefully; to be circumspect and farseeing. Zi Wei seeing Zuo Fu, You Bi, Tian Kui and/or Tian Yue: ennoblement.

Old: There is the occurrence of sudden change, or sudden outbursts of disaster and calamity, or the person could be lonely and having difficulties associating with other people.

Tian Ji

Young: The native is lively, mercurial, active, brisk, restless and energetic. He or she tends toward moving about and taking to activities.

Middle-aged: Interacting with other people the individual is flexible, elastic, agile and nimble. The person enjoys seeking contact with others for his or her own benefit; to scrape acquaintance with somebody; to seek special favour or help from somebody by elaborating on one's relationship with him or her.

Old: The native is of a rather deep shrewdness and mental agility. He or she takes to tactics or strategies that are designed for variable conditions. The individual is intelligent and has brainpower. The person comes across much change.

Tai Yang

Young: The individual is brisk, active, vivacious and lively. There is emphasis on feelings, emotions, likes and dislikes, affections. The native does not accentuate reason and rationality. And there is much to take care of and be in charge of and look after.

Middle-aged: The heart and mind are kind, compassionate, gentle and humane. The person appreciates giving in charity; to give alms. The individual is partial to entrepreneurship or doing pioneering work and is capable of starting from scratch and building up from nothing.

Old: The native emphasises what's rational and of reason. The person is excessively firm, hard, strong and solid. There is a fondness for a woman's beauty and feminine charms. Yang... [?].

Wu Qu

Young: There are easily quarrels and disputes. The individual is fond of using military force, military power, military might. In action and doing the person is rough and crude. There is the instance of 鬧事 nàoshì = to create a disturbance, to make trouble.

Middle-aged: The native works with his or her brain; to rack one's brains. He or she enjoys competing arguing and disagreeing with others.

Old: The person can obtain financial resources. The older the better.

Tian Tong

Young: The individual is able to obtain shade and protection from the parents.

Middle-aged: The native should not initiate things and start stuff. He or she ought to take to 坐享其成 zuòxiǎngqíchéng = to sit idle and enjoy the fruits of others' work; to just sit back and leave others to find a way out.

Old: The person obtains what's calm, still, quiet, safe, content, and is able to relish his or her life. The individual is able to make sightseeing tours; to visit various scenic spots; to relax by enjoying the landscape.

Lian Zhen

Young: The native is reckless and a daredevil; to act in a foolhardy manner; to rush in where angels fear to tread. He or she is easily impulsive; to explode, to lose one's head. The individual tends toward 盲從 mángcóng = blind obedience, blind deference; to follow blindly, to follow like sheep, to conform slavishly. With Lian Zhen there are quarrels and disagreements. The person easily violates the law and commits crimes; to commit offences against law and discipline.

Middle-aged: The individual is intelligent, clever, bright and smart. It is easy for the native to deceive, swindle, cheat, pretend and feint; to mislead or intimidate someone into giving information, to try to extract information by deceit or bluff. There is the occurrence of what's sinister, evil, wicked and vicious. The person is extreme in thought and circumstances. The individual... [?]. He or she has wisdom, intelligence and knowledge. The native does not happen upon what is serene, undisturbed and tranquil.

Old: Official/governmental stuff and career and profession go smoothly and well. With a low rating, legal proceedings and lawsuit.

Tian Fu

Young: The native has intelligence, wisdom and knowledge. Attending school and reading books and studying goes well. Tian Fu meeting with Wen Chang, Wen Qu, Zuo Fu, You Bi, Tian Kui and/or Tian Yue is even more good.

Middle-aged: The person... [?]. However, the individual is haughty, arrogant and proud and comes across sudden changes.

Old: Being conservative and standpat is good.

Tai Yin

Young: The individual is timid and cowardly. The person is fond of what's placid and graceful and quiet, and is of an elegant demeanour.

Middle-aged: The native is eager to speed toward starting an enterprise or doing pioneering work. The individual appreciates nearing feminine charms; a woman's beauty.

Old: There are wealth and riches and the person tends toward enjoying him- or herself. But, Tai Yin is a money star; it won't enable much fame and renown.

Tan Lang

Young: The person... [?]. The individual should guard against wasting money.

Middle-aged: The native happens upon 漸入佳境 jiànrùjiājìng = from bad to good conditions; gradually entering blissful circumstances; to go into a more beautiful place; turn out for the best; grow better. Nevertheless, he or she ought to beware being avariciously insatiable; greedy as a wolf; greedy and never satisfied.

Old: The individual meets with good fortune and luck. Still, with the presence of Qing Yang and/or Tuo Luo, circumstances won't be fine.

Ju Men

Young: The person is of satisfactory words and remarks. He or she is fond of arguing and disputing and debating.

Middle-aged: There is easily the occurrence of 挑撥離間 tiǎobōlíjiàn = to sow discord; to foment dissension; to make mischief; to alienate one person from another; to drive a wedge between. The native comes across numerous quarrels and disputes.

Old: Tending toward religion and religious beliefs will be good.

Tian Xiang

Young: The individual is cowardly and timid. The native is lazy where industriousness is expected; to lie down on the job; to keep one's hands in one's pockets; to dawdle. Studying and reading a book and attending school will be good. The person has a sympathetic heart and mind and is eager to be of service.

Middle-aged: The native appreciates fighting for justice; to come to the aid of somebody suffering an injustice. He or she is honest and tolerant, sincere and kindly. Circumstances to do with an official career will go fine.

Old: There is the instance of 父慈子孝 fùcízǐxiào = natural love between parents and children; benevolent father, filial son. The person is able to enjoy family love and joy; domestic bliss.

Tian Liang

Young: The native is of wisdom and intelligence and knowledge, and can when young take to 持重 chízhòng = to be in charge of ritual ceremonies; to hold an important office; to be prudent and cautious and dignified. However, being excessively ripe and sophisticated won't be good.

Middle-aged: The person is fond of speculating in a risky adventure and gambling and taking risks and chances. He or she has knowledge and intelligence and makes use of strategies or tactics designed for variable conditions and easily breaks the law.

Old: The individual is cautious and dignified and can be in charge of ritual ceremonies or holding an important office. He or she tends toward religion and faith. The native has a benevolent, charitable and philanthropic heart. However, he or she also feels lonely; to have a lonely feeling.

Qi Sha

Young: If Qi Sha is the only major star in the palace and has a low rating and meeting with Kong Wang or Qing Yang, the person will easily be wounded or harmed or sustain injuries, and could die young. Or it will be difficult in one's sickbed escaping from having an operation. The native will not have much success reading an studying because of being changeful and mercurial.

Middle-aged: A military position will be fine. There are many changes and shifts in the individual's career and profession and undertakings. There are great ups and downs what with accomplishments and failure.

Old: The person happens upon much sickness and disease. The body will be weak and the native in poor health.

Po Jun

Young: The native is restless, energetic and active. He or she is mercurial and changeable. Attending school and studying will be below the average.

Middle-aged: Family property is ruined and destroyed. The individual is unable to settle and drifts all over the place.

Old: Gradually the person comes across success and accomplishments. He or she... [?].

Three kinds of palaces

Translated from here.

Yin, Shen, Si, Hai

四長生地  (also called 四馬地 ) [長生 Chang Sheng and 天馬 Tian Ma always go in either one of these palaces.]

These four palaces are associated with 人 Man. And they represent 驛馬 yìmǎ = a post horse, a courier horse [i.e. movement]. The native of Yin, Shen, Si or Hai takes to proud loneliness. He or she moreover encounters a whole lot of change. The individual has to toil and work hard, and tends toward 自尋煩惱 zìxúnfánǎo = to worry oneself needlessly; to torture oneself with unpleasant thoughts; to upset oneself for no reason.

Yin, Shen, Si and Hai stand for 勞 láo = work, labour; toil, fatigue; service, meritorious deed.

Tian Ma always goes in either one of these palaces.

The person is easily influenced by circumstances in his or her environment and what's going on left and right. The native is quick, swift, agile and nimble. The individual attaches importance to wealth and money. The person is also quite partial to pulling a fast one; to take an opportune short cut; to take to cheap tricks to get what one wants; to resort to trickery to serve oneself.

Zi, Wu, Mao, You

四旺地 (also called 四桃花地 and 四敗地) [帝旺 Di Wang goes in one of these palaces. 桃花 = peach blossom. Additionally called the four 敗 palaces: 敗 bài = be defeated, lose; fail; spoil; counteract; wither, decay.]

These four palaces betoken 天 Heaven. The individual... [?].

The native is partial to wine and beauty and debauchery. Zi, Wu, Mao and You are peach blossom palaces. The individual easily tends toward 風流 fēngliú = amorous, romantic, licentious, dissolute; refined, tasteful, elegant; unrestrained in spirit and behaviour.

These four palaces have to do with 惡 ě = vice, wickedness, evil; ferocious, fierce; 惡 wù = to loathe, hate, dislike.

The person is fond of making friends and keeping company. The native can hardly avoid drifting and leading a wanderer's life. The individual of Zi, Wu, Mao or You is optimistic, carefree, happy-go-lucky, and buoyant. He or she... [?]. Working the person feels that he or she is on a mission. However... [?].

Chen, Xu, Chou, Wei

四墓地 (also called 四庫地) [墓 Mu goes in one of these four palaces. 庫 kù = storehouse, warehouse, bank.]

These four palaces represent 地 Earth. The native happens upon what's toilsome, hard and painstaking. With these four palaces there is moreover emphasis on fame and fortune. The individual meets with solitude and loneliness. When young the person ought to leave his or her native place and go to other parts of the country or foreign lands and there struggle and strive and seek prosperity and growth.

Chen, Xu, Chou and Wei are associated with 刑 xíng = punishment, sentence, penalty, torture, corporal punishment.

The native is conservative and hidebound. He or she tends toward resigning oneself to destiny; to admit that one's misfortune is predetermined by God. In all matters the individual appreciates making decisions without consulting others. And... [?].