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A Preview of 2013 Year of the Snake


The year of the Dragon will end at 00:32 on 4 February 2013 with the Chinese Lunar New Year on 10 February, 2013.

2013 is Gui Si 癸巳 year.

The major hexagram is Shi師卦. The yearly hexagram is Meng蒙卦. The conventional yearly hexagram is Yi頤.

This year’s annual flying star chart has “5” in the centre.

San Sha 三煞 will be in the east this year.

Every November I will prepare a preview for the upcoming year. This preview will then be posted on my website before the New Year starts.

I have spent over eight years doing research on the global stock market patterns and created my own stock market system based on W. D. Gann’s theory, Chaos theory’s symmetrical triangle of 60 degrees and Yi Jing’s Huang Zhi Qing Shi.

Mathematical Theory and Stock Market Crashes” is an article I found on the Wikipedia. Scientists are using mathematics to solve this mystery; however I feel it is more metaphysical than mathematical. By using Huang Zhi Qing Shi and the hexagrams it is quite simple to figure out which years we will see trouble. It is quite simple to figure out the “support” and “resistance” points. Using the Gann’s square paired with my own Tai Chi square it is quite easy to figure out any stock’s or stock market’s movement based on its major high or major low.

W. D. Gann once wrote:

“No one or no group of people, or no government can change the law of nature”.

With certain countries, such as USA, UK and Japan, continuing to printing money, the market is flooded with money. For now the global economy looks good, however it can only delay the inevitable down the road. I would, therefore, predict the market will be up for the next two to three years, but by 2016, there will be a devastating crash. Enjoy it while you can.

In 2013 is Gui Si癸巳 year. Gui is water and Si is fire and movement. This indicates there will be movement beneath the water. Earthquake in the ocean is a possibility so be aware of tsunamis. Be careful in water currents and swimming in the ocean.

For those born in Snake year, money luck will be good, with a chance to buy property this year. The same can be said for those born under the Ox, Rooster and Monkey years. For those born in the year of the Pig or Tiger, it can be a tough year financially. They may need to move houses or pay more attention to their parents.

For those born during Si or Gui hour, it should be a good year for your career. The same can be said for those born under the Chou, You and Zi hours.

For those born under the Pig, Tiger, Monkey, Ren or Wu hours, it can be a tough year career wise or there can be a change in your career. There may also be travelling this year.

If you are planning to do renovation or construction this year the good areas will be the east, southeast and northwest, but you need to use Xuan Kong Da Gua to pick a good date and time to start.

This year the dangerous areas are the east due to the San Sha. You need to know how to deal with the San Sha.

Here is 2013’s annual flying star chart.

2013 Chart

The cures for each sector is as follows:

  • To minimize the annual 2 black to avoid illness, simply place a metal calabash in the southwest of the house.
  • Put a plant in the south to bring about events for celebration.
  • Put a glass of water in the southeast for the possibility of career advancement, improved academic studies or heightened romance.
  • To combat the 5 yellow place the salt-water and coins cure in the centre of your home.
  • To minimize the effect of the San Sha place 3 ki luns, a small bucket of water and a live plant in the east.
  • Putting 4 stalks of Chinese lucky bamboo in the north can enhance the possibility of career advancement, improved academic studies or heightened romance.
  • The northeast will be the best sector in 2013. Simply put a citron crystal there for a better year financially.
  • Place something blue in the west to lessen the effect of the annual 7.

All the best in 2013!

Peter Leung
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