Friday, 30 September 2011

The minor stars in the Children palace

Translated from here.

祿存 Lu Cun

The native... [?]. There is a lack of children.

If Lu Cun shares palace with Tian Tong, Tian Ji, Tai Yang or Zi Wei, the person could have one child.

Because the individual has difficulties obtaining children, he or she takes extra good care of them. The children are able to grow up in favourable circumstances and environments. They are reverent and respectful toward their parents; to be extremely deferential, to show great respect. The children are very obedient and show unusual filial piety. They are also a bit antisocial and reclusive. But with regard to their parents they are extraordinarily gentle and agreeable.

天馬 Tian Ma

When young the children leave the home. There are few opportunities for the person to meet together with his or her children. The children are partial to change and variation.

The native and his or her children are together in circumstances marked by changes and alterations. Because there are so many changes and shifts and fluctuations parent and child more and more drift apart and become estranged.

左輔 Zuo Fu

The native does not need to worry about his or her children. It is moreover unlikely that the children will cause trouble for their parents. When young and small the children seldom weep and make noise. As they grow up they tend toward 整理 zhěnglǐ = to put in order, to sort out, to list systematically. They keep things clear and orderly, neat and tidy. The parents do not need to worry about stuff to do with their children's schoolwork and life and living.

Zuo Fu # Ke: The children have good relations with others, popularity. Also... [?].

右弼 You Bi

The children are intelligent, smart, bright, quick-witted and clever and fast in responses. They are very considerate of their parents. There are kind feelings and regard. The children provide with assistance and help in the home. A daughter especially is fond of helping her mother.

You Bi # Ke: The children have good relations with people, popularity. Also... [?].

文昌 Wen Chang

The children have outstanding outward appearances. They are moreover partial to and gifted in literature and art. Regarding literature and art they have accomplishments excelling the common; to be eminent above all others; to be distinguished from one's kind; to rise out of the crowd.

When Wen Chang is in this palace the individual is able to receive good fortune and shade from his or her children. During his or her later years the person can take to leisure and peaceful enjoyments and there is the occurrence of 天倫之樂 tiānlúzhīlè = family happiness, family love and joy, domestic bliss.

Wen Chang # Ke: The children are cultured and refined; gentle and graceful.

Wen Chang # Ji: This star combination indicates that the children are excessively emotional and sentimental, or crude and coarse in movement and gestures.

文曲 Wen Qu

There are very friendly relations and harmonious feelings between parent and child; to be on awfully good terms with one another. The children are bright, clever, intelligent, obedient and lovable and charming. They are very much so able to make their parents happy and delighted. The person's children are good at literature and art. When young they could be a bit well-known. Later on the native can become of note because he or she has as a child that turns into a great master of literature.

Wen Qu # Ke: The children are gentle and graceful; cultured and refined.

Wen Qu # Ji: The children or the individual him- or herself easily have worries re feelings and emotions.

天魁 Tian Kui

The children do not cause trouble to their parents. The children are intensely independent; to stand alone, to be one's own master.

Should Tian Kui be alone in the Children palace, the children will be of more renown and reputation than the native him- or herself. In the future the person will acquire shade and good fortune from his or her children.

天鉞 Tian Yue

The children are of great talent and abilities. These talents are not so much related to intelligence and cleverness as such, bur rather to being able to handle and deal with everyday life and living situations, where the children are of unusual ability and competence.

火星 Huo Xing

The individual's children are very fiery, irritable and impetuous. Disciplining and teaching them will certainly be a painstaking effort and take a lot of trouble.

鈴星 Ling Xing

There is a lack of predestined affinity with children. Possibly the person won't have own children. If the native chooses to adopt, the child will be weird, monstrous, strange, unusual. Parent and child have differing opinions and viewpoints. The child is eccentric, peculiar, stubborn and obstinate.

擎羊 Qing Yang

The children are somewhat violent, fierce, vehement, volcanic. Also, since childhood there would have been the case of a slight illness or indisposition or ailment. Bringing up and rearing the children is awfully difficult.

陀羅 Tuo Luo

If Tuo Luo is alone in this palace, possibly the individual has only one son. The number of daughters is indefinite.

The person's one son will be enormously destructive; to cause serious damage, to destroy. The personality is weird, grotesque, monstrous, unusual. There are difficulties being in contact with each other. There is a lack of favourable interpersonal relationships. Thus... [?].

地空 Di Kong

The children are innately ruthless, merciless, pitiless and heartless. They are cold and detached toward others; to be unconcerned and indifferent. The children are solely preoccupied with their own benefits and interests, and seldom consider other people's needs. Therefore, when Di Kong is in the Children palace there is not necessarily the greatest of wishes to hug or embrace the children. Because one only gets what's ice-cold in return.

地劫 Di Jie

The children do not at all attach importance to kindness, affection, grace and favour toward the person. Parent and child appear to resemble passers-by in a street; not taking notice of each other. The children don't rely upon the individual for support, etc. The native ought to realise this asap.

化祿 Hua Lu

Children mean ennoblement. They are smart, clever, bright and intelligent. The children are lively, brisk and active. For the individual him- or herself Hua Lu in this palace is furthermore indicative of much peach blossom. There is... [?].

化權 Hua Quan

Power and authority enters the Children palace. The children are stubborn and strong and unyielding. They are competitive and eager to win; to love to outshine others, to seek to do others down, to have a desire to excel. The children are fearless and not worried by setbacks and difficulties and hardship.

化科 Hua Ke

The children are brainy and smart and acute of sight and hearing. They are gifted and talented in literature and art.

化忌 Hua Ji

Children are indicative of 虧欠 kuīqiàn = to have a deficit; to be in arrears. Children are spoilt and pampered. The native worries about his or her children, or there is peach blossom.


kt said...

what happens when children palace is empty? does it means one does not have any children? thanks

Viktor said...

Hi kt.

There are no empty palaces. If a palace is devoid of any of the major stars, the major stars in the opposite palace are reflected in and become major stars in the empty palace also.

If the You palace is empty and Tian Ji and Ju Men are in Mao, Tian Ji and Ju Men are reflected in to You and become You palace stars. And so on.