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Main and Sub Qi. How to read this type of BaZi Four pillars chat?
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Wednesday, 12 September 2018
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The twelve branches are divided into four “produce 四生”, four “king 四旺” and four “grave 四墓”. The second and third are called sub Qi. Main Qi and Sub qi are different in their combinations and characteristic but their stem’s strength are the same. For example 寅 Yin consists of 甲丙戌, the main Qi is 甲, sub qi are 丙 and 戌. Their strength are all the same.

Now this pose a problem when we try to determine the stength of a BaZi Four pillars chart. Should we use only the main Qi, or both main and also the sub Qi?

A supposed good chart can turn very bad if you get it wrong and vice versa.

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