Friday, 25 September 2009


There is one method of fortune telling in Chinese whereby the astrological weight of a person is calculated using the hour, day, month and year of birth. To the Chinese this will be an indication of what the future might hold for the child.

One of my visitors asked me to do a Feng Shui check on her son and I used this method. Even if you do not know how to read the T'ung Shu or how to do the calculations manually, you can visit the World of Feng Shui website as they have an online calculator to do the job.


For a child born on 31st October, 2003 at 1.31 a.m., his astrological weight at birth is 2 katis 9 tahils.

According to the oracle, a person with such birth weight would have it tough in the early years but he will find fame and recognition after the age of forty. However, in the meantime he must be patient. A person with such a birth weight might consider migrating as his luck will change for the better. Changing his name might also help in turning the luck for the better. The Wofs website suggests placing a horse in the south sector and also a wish fulfilling jewel on the desk for better luck.

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