I am ardent fan of Andy. To me, he will always be one of the “Heavenly Kings” in HK TVB entertainment. So, his accident and injury on 17 January 2017 while filming a tea product commercial in Thailand left me sad and praying that he would recover soon. Entertainment News reported that he suffered a fractured pelvic bone after falling off a horse he was riding and was also stepped on by the horse (GOSH!)
After reading what other folks said and wrote about the upcoming year, and finally after months of busy-ness, floods and depreciating Ringgit syndromes, I am posting an article after a 3 month-long hiatus. Following the tradition and timing at the end of each solar or lunar year as one tracks it, this post is about the upcoming Fire Rooster Year 二0 一七.
Years which end with “7” would have a “Ding” (丁) stem on top. Since the last 丁year was 10 years ago i.e. 丁亥 year, the return of the 丁 is most welcome and awaited. In Bazi, Ding is is synonymous with Li (离) Fire, internally yin and externally Yang, with its trademark nature depicted as “yielding at the core” and “accommodating nature”. In short, it’s like a candle-light fire that is soft but can burn violently if in a combustible environment.
In Chinese Astrology circles, most masters use the Annual Shen Sha method to predict annual luck and fortune of the 12 Earth Branches (“EB”) according to year of birth in their annual or yearly luck forecasts for individuals. The 12 Earth Branches are also known as the 12 Chinese Animal Zodiac signs. We should bear in mind that there are millions of people sharing the same Chinese Animal Zodiac sign with us. So, how to perform an accurate forecast? This article explains the Annual Shen Sha approach and its usage to see one’s luck in 2017 Ding You year.
(picture courtesy of msfengshui.com)
The traditional way is to read the annual luck based on year of birth but nowadays we do use the day earth branch as a reference as it denotes the self and/or spouse while the year Earth Branch denotes one’s nuclear family or grandparents generally. It is to be noted that the Annual Shen Sha stars are different from the Shen Sha stars used for reading a Natal Bazi chart although some stars by virtue of similar names appear in both sets e.g. Sky Horse (移马).
Since 2017 is Ding You or Fire Rooster year, we analyse the You (酉) Earth Branch first.
Part 3 (also the final part of this article series) is on the following younger Female Bing Shen bazi Chart. And the Main Theme for 2016 is not retrenchment nor attrition but something (or rather plural something that affected her whole family individually).
Bing Shen 3 (Female) born in 1996
Day Pillar, Hour Pillar and Current Luck Pillar (Chinese Ages 16 – 26) is in Fu Yin (伏吟) a.k.a Repeated Pillars. Sad event or events? Yes and almost can be said as utter CHAOS in the home in 2016.
Part 2 is on the following Female Bing Shen Chart. And as mentioned in the preceding Part 1, the 2016 Main Theme and experience is retrenchment and attrition.
Bing Shen 2 (Female) born in 1971
Day Pillar, Month Pillar and 2016 Annual Pillar is in Fu Yin （伏吟）. Sad event or events? Yes.
“Repeated Pillars” appearing is a Bazi formation called “Fu Yin” (伏吟) phenomenon. It can happen between 2 or more pillars within a Bazi chart. It can also occur between and Annual Pillar or Luck Pillar versus one or more pillars in a Bazi chart
The olden books write Fu Yin as a crying event denoting an unhappy event. But in fact, the fu yin itself is not prosperous or unfortunate entirely. If Fu Yin relates to Favorable gods, it is favorable but if the Fu Yin is to unfavorable gods, the effect would be unfavourable.
The situation gets complicated or tricky when the stem is favourable while the Earth Branch is unfavourable or vice-versa.
Let’s look at the following 2 Bing Shen Daymasters born in Bing Shen Month charts.
Bing Shen 1 (Male) born in 1976 (below)
Ok, instead of going by the order of Lu (禄) , Quan (权), Ke (科) and then Ji (忌) , I’ll start with Ji right away to alert folks on the most dangerous aspects of the 丙 year ‘s transformation effects.
Today marks the 2nd Anniversary to the day the above ill-fated flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing disappeared off the radar screen in the middle of the South China Sea, veered off-course and flew East-ward into the South Indian Ocean on 8 Mar 2014.
Ziweibazifengshui.wordpress would like to commemorate the 2nd year anniversary of the air disaster of flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with a 15 minute silence & prayer. Two years on (两年后), on this day, we are still looking for the plane and the search would soon end. Only 2 pieces of physical evidence have surfaced i.e. the flaperon on Reunion Island and the recently found part of a horizontal stabilizer on the coast of Mozambique, this month.
That same year, I took a flight from KL to Beijing and the flight number then was already renamed to MH360. The flight number MH370 had been de-commissioned and retired from use since the tragedy.
Being curious as to where is the location of the main body of the Boeing 777 in relation to where the small part was found, I plotted a Qi Men Dun Jia chart based on the current hour and I got the following.
Date: 8 Mar 2016 Time: 9.18 am
己 己 辛 丙
巳 丑 卯 申
│ 九地 │ 九天 │ 值符 │
│ 伤门 壬│ 杜门 乙│ 景门 戊│
│ 天任 戊│ 天冲 癸│ 天辅 丙│
│ 玄武 │ │ 螣蛇 │
│ 生门 丁│ │ 死门 癸│
│ 天蓬 乙│ 己│ 天英 辛│
│ 白虎 │ 六合 │ 太阴 │
│ 休门 庚│ 开门 辛│己 惊门 丙│
│ 天心 壬│ 天柱 丁│禽 天芮 庚│
Based on the above chart, there is no answer for me. Anybody who has a different view on the chart above, please share your thoughts. Ocean and sea currents are dynamic and may move the debris to unpredictable locations. It is my hope that some day, the plane’s remains and its “black box” would be found and the mysteries of what happened that day would be uncovered.
I pray for closure for the friends, families and relatives of the passengers and crew. The latest civil suits against MAS, MAHB and DCA are part of parcel of the litigation and closure process.
Namo Amitabha 108x and may the 239 victims gain good rebirths.
Yesterday was Month breaker day in a Year Breaker Month and a Fu Yin day. It was a truly bad day. I even had more headaches than normal. The following tragic incident happened. Note the time it happened.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. [Note: Monkey eh? how coincidental with the upcoming soon 2016 Fire Monkey year. Ha ha]
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 30,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.