Friday, 30 September 2011

Zi Wei in Children

Translated from here.

The children are exceptional and outstandingly good. They have unusual talent and ability. In reactions and responses they are extraordinarily adept.

Zi Wei # Quan: The children appreciates being in power.

Zi Wei # Ke: Children tends toward ennoblement.

Zi Wei and Tian Fu: The children are inquisitive and curious and learn and study a lot, becoming able of much. The children tend toward ennoblement. There is a comparatively large probability that the children will rise to power and position to do with wealth and money.

Zi Wei and Tan Lang: The children are active, restless and energetic. They are not capable of enduring what's still, not moving, and calm. They are impatient. The children are intelligent, clever, bright, smart, and precocious and early-maturing. They are talented; to have brilliant minds.

These two stars in the Children palace are furthermore indicative of the individual him- or herself experiencing disorder and chaos what with intimate relationships. And there is the instance of 上行下效 shàngxíngxiàxiào = subordinates follow the (usually bad) example of the superiors. [I.e. the children take after their parents.] The person's children are affected. There are easily complications in the matters of feelings, emotions, affections.

Zi Wei and Tian Xiang: The children are bright, acute of sight and hearing, intelligent, and honest and truthful. They are gifted at mathematical logic. The children can have great progress and success in political and government circles.

Zi Wei and Qi Sha: The native's children are stubborn and unbending and unyielding. They are competitive and eager to win; to seek to do others down, to love to outshine others. And they have rebel natures; to resist, to react against, to rebel against, to be in revolt against.

Zi Wei and Po Jun: The children are curious and inquisitive and willful, headstrong and uninhibited. The individual's children are quite disobedient and resist being restrained and supervised. The person and his or her children have different opinions and points of view; or they are away from each other; to leave or part from each other.

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