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How to use the Baziqueen Annual Forecast

Someone posted on my Facebook asking for the Annual Forecast in English. Unfortunately, it is not possible to translate the information provided in my Annual Forecast  into something…simple. However, what I can do is post some instructions on how to make use of the information although, frankly, if you know next to nothing about BaZi, it’s going to be almost next to impossible to make use of the information.

(aside: you might be wondering – why the heck does she bother to post a forecast that no one can use unless they have BaZi knowledge? Well, why on earth post a generic useless inaccurate forecast then is my answer).

Step 1: Plot your BaZi chart. You can do so at my friend Helene Weber’s website using her excellent BaZi calculator.

Step 2: Identify your DAY PILLAR. If you are using a proper calculator, it’s the THIRD PILLAR from the right. (see diagram below)

The Day Pillar is the Heavenly Stem & Earthly Branch that represents the Day of Birth. Easy reference: Third pillar from right.

The Day Pillar is the Heavenly Stem & Earthly Branch that represents the Day of Birth. Easy reference: Third pillar from right.

Step 3:Look through the Annual Forecast article and see if your Day Pillar is mentioned anywhere. If it is not in the Good or Bad category, then it’s a neutral year for you – neither bad, neither good. (CAVEAT: you may have something inside your chart that might trigger the year so realistically, you should check all four pillars against the Pillars mentioned in the article).

AN ANNUAL FORECAST WILL NEVER SUPERSEDE THE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE OF A CONSULTANT. INTERPRETING THE FULL CHART IS ALWAYS BETTER THAN READING THE PILLAR ALONE. BUT, READING THE PILLAR IS VASTLY SUPERIOR TO THE YEAR OF BIRTH (which is just nonsense interpretation for disinterested observers).