Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Ju Men in Siblings

Translated from here.

Together with brothers and sisters the person... [?]. The individual... [?].

Ju Men # Lu: The native is fond of making friends.

Ju Men # Quan: The person's siblings are good at eloquence; to have oratorical ability. The individual ought not take part in disputes with siblings because they'll have the native suffer losses; to lose out, to be at a disadvantage.

Ju Men # Ji: In the matter of siblings and friends there are easily verbal contentions, arguments, bickering, spats.

Ju Men and Tian Ji: The person and his or her siblings have contact that is natural and free from affectation; to feel at ease. The individual gets assistance and help of the material kind. Nevertheless, the siblings' temperament and nature are not constant. There is the happening of non-cooperation.

Ju Men and Tai Yang: The feelings and emotions between the native and his or her siblings are not profound and deep. The predestined affinity is weak. The siblings are fond of complaining and whining; to grumble.

Ju Men and Tian Tong: Feelings and emotions between the person and his or her siblings are weak. There are many instances of not getting along well with each other; to be on bad terms, to be at odds.

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