The month of the 癸巳 Gui Si begins on the 5th of May. According to lunar calendar, it is day 24, which auspicious. The auspiciousness of it will manifest in our ability to accept the reality as it is, rather than trying to fight it.
The energetic dynamics are now shifting away from 辛丑 Xin Chou – 壬辰 Ren Chen complicated relationship. Now 辛丑 Xin Chou is interacting with a monthly pillar 癸巳 Gui Si by forming a partial 金 Metal frame (巳 – 酉 – 丑). During the 酉 You days the frame will become complete, reinforcing the themes associated with the 金 Metal element (such as law and order, government, military forces, health, values and the topics related to air, oxygen and breathing). We have heard so much on these topics since the start of the last year, that it seems that there is nothing new could be added. You’d be surprised, there is more to come.
The monthly PWS#2 (associated with 坤 Kun trigram) is flying into the Luo Shu center, reminding us to look after our health. It joins the annual PWS#6 (乾 Qian trigram, which gives weight to any event) and we can expect to see the pandemic worsening in many countries, as it is the center of the Luo Shu which determines what is happening in all the palaces.
At the same time, the protests against the lockdowns will get more violent. The mob is also represented by PWS#2, and the police (or army) by PWS#6. The protests will increasingly look like the civil war, with more victims on both sides.
Young men in particular will be affected by social instability, as the PWS#8 (related to 艮 Gen, the youngest son) flies into the 坤 Kun palace with 死 Death and 玄武 Tortoise, making this palace active. In India, which is associated with the SW direction we may, unfortunately, expect to see even more people passing away.
More problems come to light associated with the various vaccines, which can be seen from how 辛 Xin in 震 Zhen is interacting with the monthly PWS#9 (离 Li trigram, Fire, media, scrutiny). The monthly (#9) and annual (#4) stars create the He-Tu combination of 金 Metal, countering the 木 Wood palace. PWS#4 relates to 巽 Wind trigram and in this case, it is about the vaccine distribution.
The North – South axis is getting increasingly tense, as the PWS#6 flies into 离 Li palace, and PWS#7 (related to 兑 Dui) flies into 坎 Kan. In Li, the ##6-1 creates 水 Water combo, while in Kan ##7-2 creates 火 Fire combo. The Water and Fire do not mix, and what we can see here is the war rhetoric. The geopolitical situation will be such, that it could spill over into military conflict very easily, at a slightest provocation. The East (震Zhen) is also under pressure to defend itself against the attack by the 金 Metal (##4-9).
The world economy may also get shaky as the PWS#5 comes to inspect what is going on at the 艮 Gen palace, which by default is associated with wealth. With the ##5-9 we may hear the stories about corruption, misappropriation of funds, markets manipulation, hidden agendas, etc. This star combination may also signify explosions and accidents in the fuel related industries or mining.
Finally, we will be hearing more and more about the divorces initiated by prominent women. The Yong Shen for marriage, 六合 Combo deity (Wood) is in 乾 Qian, where it is countered by the palace, as well as by its components 开 Open, 天心 Heart and PWS#7. The 乾 Qian palace in Qi Men Dun Jia chart represents the twilight zone (戌亥), representing the Authority. Symbolically, we can see this as the women (PWS#7) coming out of the shadow of their powerful husbands, to be able to create their own, much better world.
This trend has started during the 庚子 Geng Zi year (2020), when the PWS#7 ruled the annual Luo Shu, and it will continue well into 2022. Many see the traditional family unit as outmoded. Its revision is overdue, as the women from all walks of life, from different religions and races, crave equality and a fair go.