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BaZi : Bankrupt when your wealth stars are strong. Can this happen? Why?

Friday, 20 June 2014
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Have you ever wonder why a person lost a lot of money or even have to choose to file for bankruptcy? What are the conditions that allow these to happen?

Normally this happen when your wealth stars being combined and taken away. Sometime even when your wealth stars being subdued by your hostile ten gods can bring upon this kind of situation.

How about when your wealth stars are strong? Can this happen? You might think this is impossible but you will be surprised.

Alex was born in 1964. He is a weak wood day master and therefore wood “Bi-jian” Friend and “Jie-cai” Rob Wealth are his wealth stars. In his third Ta Yun and in 1999 with two strong wood combinations he was declared bankrupt after some investment failures. The reason was his hostile ten gods were even stronger. Below was his third Ta Yun and the year 1993.

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Therefore nothing is absolute in this world especially when our luck is concern. You cannot just base on wealth stars to confirm that you are going to make a lot of money in one particular year without looking at the whole situation. You might in for a big surprised.

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