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Chinese 60 Tai Sui-part 2
During my visit to Daosit Koon in Northern Hong Kong, I was fortunate that Mr Cheung Nin (see below) of Wan Chuen Sin Koon to permit me to take photograh of all the 60 Tai Sui.
Cheung helped me to ignite the incense for offereing to my reverred master Lu Ju.
year Chinese believe there is a ‘Great Commander’ that in–charge of the
particular year actitives and is termed as Tai Sui (太歲).
It also represents the year Heavenly Stem and Branch. For instance the first of
the sixty tai sui begins with Jiazi (甲子)
and ends with Guihai (癸亥).
Each of them takes turn to be in charge of the world's general affairs for the
a particular year, if you offended, or by their sign conflict or clashes with
the Tai Sui of the year. you are advised to go through a prayer session with a
Taoist master to ask for blessing in obtaining Peace and Good Fortune throughout
the year. Talismans thought to protect against Tai Sui are sold in many places.
See below 60 Tai Sui-part 2
31. 甲午 (jia wu) 32. 乙未 (yi wei)
33. 丙申 (bing shen) 34. 丁酉 (ding you)
35. 戊戌 (wu qu) 36. 己亥 (ji hai)
37. 庚子 (geng zi) 38. 辛丑 (xin chou)
39. 壬寅 (ren yin) 40. 癸卯 (gui mou)
41. 甲辰 (jia chen) 42. 乙巳 (yi si)
43. 丙午 (bing wu) 44. 丁未 (ding wei)
45. 戊申 (wu shen) 46. 己酉 (ji you)
47. 庚戌 (geng qu) 48. 辛亥 (xin hai)
49. 壬子 (ren ji) 50. 癸丑 (gui chou)
51. 甲寅 (jia yin) 52. 乙卯 (yi mou)
53. 丙辰 (bing chen) 54. 丁巳 (ding ji)
55. 戊午 (wu wu) 56. 己未 (ji wei)
57. 庚申 (geng shen) 58. 辛酉 (xin you)
59. 壬戌 (ren qu) 60. 癸亥 (gui hai)
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