Friday, October 19, 2007

Journey of the Ziwei Star

The Ziwei Star controls all stars of fortune. Information has shown that the Forbidden City's blueprint was based on the distribution chart of the Ziwei Constellation. he brightest star on the Ziwei Constellation is the Tai He Dian, an imperial star. No one has yet been able to distinguish which star is the authentic Ziwei. According to Qin astrological records, once the Ziwei Star emerges, all the rest of the stars hide their glow. In other words, at 9.45am of the ninth day of the ninth lunar month, the brightest star in the sky of Beijing will be the Ziwei Star.

This time, the Ziwei Discovery Tour (organized by IFSC, Way and SA Tours) particpants were very fortunate to have glanced upon the Ziwei star. All prayed for good fortune for the next 12 years.

Heard from Beijing pals that it is difficult to see stars in the night sky of Beijing. It was miraculous that we actually viewed it. Indeed, no stars were observed for the following days.
Ziwei Star rotates its impact on each horoscope annually. For instance, in the year of the Pig, those born in the year of the Horse are under the direct exposure and thus welcome the greatest benefits of Ziwei. The rest are as follows:

Beneficial Horoscope <-> Year of Ziwei Exposure
Goat <-> Rat
Monkey <-> Ox
Rooster <-> Tiger
Dog <-> Rabbit
Pig <-> Dragon
Rat <-> Snake
Ox <-> Horse
Tiger <-> Goat
Rabbit <-> Monkey
Dragon <-> Rooster
Snake <-> Dog

Those interested can join us on our annual Ziwei "star tan". Remember, next year's ninth day of the ninth lunar month is most auspicious to friends born in the year of the Goat, Cow and Chicken respectively. See you at on 7th October 2008 at 9.45am in Beijing!

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