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BaZi : She can see the future.

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Friday, 6 March 2015
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Sandy started to learn BaZi from 1994 and she can see the future. She was born on the 24 April 1964 Rooster hour.

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Task 1. In her 1990 Ta Yun, in one particular year, she found a lump or growth in her lower leg. She can see the future and she knew that this lump was going to give her some serious problems in the coming years. Find the year when the lump appeared.

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Task 2. In her 2000 Ta Yun, in one particular year, She kept having abdominal pain and this pain sometimes with vomiting and fever and was keep reoccurring. 3 gallstones were discovered. In this particular year Sandy fell very unwell and strenuous. Find the year.

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Task 3. In her 2010 Ta Yun, find out which year she become severely sick and she can no longer wait and need to do the operation immediately.

Task 4. Find the best day that she had used for her operations. Take out your Ten Thousand Years Calendar.

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