Chinese astrology – your date of birth holds the key to your future

Chinese astrology – your date of birth holds the key to your future

Chinese astrology – your date of birth holds the key to your future

The Chinese Four Pillars of Destiny is a system of Chinese astrology that can predict a person’s fate from the cradle to the grave. This amazingly accurate system uses a person’s date and time of birth to map out a set of eight signs, consisting of four heavenly stems and four earthly branches (equal to eight signs). These eight characters are known in Chinese as Ba Zi.

The year, month, date, and hour of a person’s birth are expressed as a set consisting of a celestial stem above and an earthly branch below, resulting in four columns of two characters each. This is how the four pillars of destiny (also called a natal chart) are obtained.

By analyzing your four pillars, an experienced and skilled practitioner will know your strengths and weaknesses, your personality traits, your talents, your desires, your career, your relationship, your health, your wealth, etc. Your four pillars can also reveal future events that will occur along your life path. By knowing what and when an event is going to happen, you can be forewarned to be forewarned. Whether an event turns out to be favorable or unfavorable depends in part on how prepared you are for it and what proactive measures you can take to change the outcome in your favor. Time adds an important aspect in the analysis of the four pillars of a person, without which the predictive value of divination is lost for the person.

To determine your luck cycle or life path, the Four Pillars are read in conjunction with an additional set of pillars known as the Fortune Pillars, each of which represents a decade of your life. These are known as Decade Pillars of Fortune. The four pillars are like harbingers of our destiny and the pillars of luck are like guides in our life’s journey.

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