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The system uses the date of birth of the user, his coordinates of the place of birth for calculations. All calculations in the system are performed on the lunisolar calendar.

(example of the lunisolar calendar page)
The lunisolar calendar describes the cyclical changes that occur on Earth under the influence of the Sun and the Moon.

It is important to understand that the length of the lunar-solar year depends on the number of lunar months in the year and can range from 353 to 385 days.

The first day of the first month of a particular year in the lunisolar calendar is Chinese New Year and it falls on the second new moon after the day of the winter solstice.

A key element of the calendar is the combination of celestial trunks and earthly branches to represent the year, month, day and hour.

There are ten celestial trunks - five Yang trunks and five Yin trunks. There are twelve earthly branches - six branches of Yang and six Yin Branches.

The celestial trunks of Yang can be combined only with the earthly branches of Yang, the celestial trunks of Yin can be combined only with the earthly branches of Yin; starting with Jia Tzu and ending with GuiHai, which creates 60 pairs. Such combinations are called 60 JiaZi.

The year, month, day and hour follow the path from the first JiaZi to the sixtieth GuiHai and then start again with JiaZi. Thus, the hour will be repeated in 5 days (60 = 12 two hours a day x 5), a day in 2 months (60 = 30 days x2), a month in 5 years (60 = 12 months x5), a year in 60 years. A certain combination can be repeated only after 60 years. This cycle never ends: that is why the calendar is called "Calendar for ten thousand years."

The date of a person's birth is translated into a table of combinations of 60 JiaZi in the hour, day, month and year of birth. Since each combination carries two signs: the upper-celestial trunk and the lower-terrestrial branch, we get eight signs in four columns. This method is called BaZzi (Eight Characters), Paht Chee (Eight Signs) or the Four Pillars of Destiny.

Example of a card of a man born on December 21, 1977:

Each day of the calendar is recorded in the same way.
Example of a map of the day on July 5, 2020:

Next, the influence of the eight signs of a certain day on the eight signs of the Map of the Fate of Man is determined. You get the result of this work in this calendar of Luck.

Favorable or unfavorable at some point in time recommends that you do or not do. Using this calendar, which is based on your individual energy, you can plan active activities (outside) and leisure time (inside). It works like an acupuncture-short exposure in the right place leads to a great result.

Remember! The energy of each half of the day is decisive and is not a summation of the energy of the constituent hours. Each hour is considered separately. For best results, use auspicious days and hours. If you have to take active action on unfavorable days, then try to choose the best watch.


In the near future it will possible to display favorable dates in the calendar for:
- romantic luck
- negotiations, presentations
- acquisition of property
- carrying out medical procedures
and even shopping on the calendar will lead to quality, fast and successful purchases!

We are constantly improving and expanding the functionality thanks to your requests and our experience.
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