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Four Pillars of Dest

The four Pillars of Destiny is a traditional method of analysing human fortune.

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  • Days:   3 Days
  • Type:   Workshop
  • Presentor:   Grand Master Raymond Lo
  • Whilst Chinese animal Astrology, based only on the year of birth is not complete it can give you some idea of what’s in store. For a fuller, intricate and reliable assessment of the year ahead it is advisable to use the Four Pillar Destiny system which requires your full birth data of hour, day, month and year. Read on and you will find Horoscopes for each sign under the Chinese system of animal Astrology.

    Whilst Chinese animal Astrology, based only on the year of birth is not complete it can give you some idea of what’s in store. For a fuller, intricate and reliable assessment of the year ahead it is advisable to use the Four Pillars of Destiny system which requires your full birth data of hour, day, month and year. Read on and you will find Horoscopes for each sign under the Chinese system of animal Astrology.

    The Chinese have a unique calendar system commonly known as the ‘Farmers calendar’ or the ‘Hsia calendar’. It is an enthralling system that provides us with information about prevailing elemental influences at any given point in time. It makes use of the five elements –water, wood, fire, earth and metal- and their cycles, to determine the various aspects affecting the world in any period.

    The Chinese have a unique calendar system commonly known as the ‘Farmers calendar’ or the ‘Hsia calendar’. It is an enthralling system that provides us with information about prevailing elemental influences at any given point in time. It makes use of the five elements –water, wood, fire, earth and metal- and their cycles, to determine the various aspects affecting the world in any period.

    In Chinese astrology, the Tiger, being the third animal to hear the call of Buddha has many attributes that make up its character. Those born in the year of the Tiger are generally considered to be magnetic and commanding, strongly valuing courage. They easily manage to whip

    Whilst Chinese Animal astrology, based only on the year of birth is not complete it can give you some idea of what’s in store. For a fuller, intricate and reliable assessment of the year ahead it is advisable to use the Four Pillars of Destiny system which requires your full birth data of hour, day, month and year.

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    Whilst Chinese Animal astrology based only on the year of birth is not complete it can give you some idea of what’s in store. For a fuller, intricate and reliable assessment of the year ahead it is advisable to use the Four Pillars of Destiny system which requires your full birth data of hour, day, month and year.

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    The Chinese have a unique calendar system commonly known as the ‘Farmers calendar’ or the 'Hsia calender'. It is an enthralling system that provides us with information about prevailing elemental influences at any given point in time. It makes use of the five elements – water, wood, fire, earth and metal-and their cycles, to determine the various aspects affecting the world.

    The Chinese have a unique calendar system commonly known as the ‘Farmers calendar’ or the ‘Hsia calendar’. It is an enthralling system that provides us with information about prevailing elemental influences at any given point in time. It makes use of the five elements – water, wood, fire, earth and metal-and their cycles, to determine the various aspects affecting the world.

    The Chinese have a unique calendar system that provides information about prevailing elemental influences at any given point in time. It makes use of the five elements – water, wood, fire, earth and metal-and their cycles, to determine the various aspects affecting us.

    In Chinese astrology, the rooster is the tenth animal to hear the call of Buddha and this ‘particular’ animal has many attributes that make up its character. The rooster is a perfectionist of disciplined mind yet with a strong sense of humour and the drama of life.

    The Chinese calendar is a unique system that provides us with information about the elemental influences prevailing at any given point in time. It makes use of the 5 elements and their cycles to determine the various aspects affecting the whole world.

    In Chinese astrology, the rabbit is the fourth animal to hear the call of Buddha and this enigmatic animal has many attributes that are difficult to define. The rabbit is sensitive and timid, sensual, adventurous, artistic and alert. The rabbit relies on its inner instincts for survival being unpredictable and daring yet averse to confrontation.

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