Sunday, 20 November 2011

Tian Tong in Property

Translated from here.

When young the individual does not easily get hold of property. During the native's later years he or she happens upon good luck and the person can obtain large quantities of real estate and property.

The individual's amount of work leads to him or her being able to acquire real estate surpassing family property. The native has property that is lush, luxuriant, flourishing.

Tian Tong # Lu: The person has the opportunity to purchase a grand residence/mansion.

Tian Tong # Quan: The individual appreciates buying furniture and household appliances that are high grade and of superior quality.

Tian Tong # Ji: There are easily problems related to water and electricity.

Tian Tong and Tai Yin: There is the case of 白手起家 báishǒuqǐjiā = to build up from nothing; to start from scratch. In Zi: a life/fate of great wealth. In Wu: a home/family of a comparatively good living standard.

Tian Tong and Ju Men: There isn't much property.

Tian Tong and Tian Liang: First there is loss of property, afterwards the native can buy it him- or herself.

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