Health & Afflictions Determination Using Zi Wei Dou Shu (ZWDS)

In my previous article, I touched upon determination of health problems and afflictions using the Chinese Astrology method Bazi (also known as 4 Pillars). To do a more holistic assessment, we can also complement it by employing another Chinese Astrology method called Zi Wei Dou Shu (ZWDS).

We can start off by assessing the stars in the Health Palace. But it is not a necessity because one’s decade luck moves every 10 years and the decade Health Palace could be any one of the palace in the Zi Wei Dou Shu chart. In addition, sometimes it is triggered by stars clashing the Health Palace instead. To understand how stars can clash Health Palace and how decade Health Palace moves, readers may visit my blog or forum to read and ask.

Let’s start with the most feared killer, Cancer. Cancer is usually triggered by the Lian Zhen star or Tian Tong star in ZWDS but they must be accompanied Hua Ji star. When either of these stars are triggered simultaneously with Wu Qu, we can refine it further as nose cancer or breast cancer.

As for cardiac arrest or heart related ailments, it is usually triggered by the Tai Yang (also known as Sun) star while hypertension and stroke usually revolve around Tian Ji star. Liver and gall related ailments would usually see the activation of Tian Ji and Tan Lang star. Gastrointestinal problems are usually the result of Ju Men, Tian Liang or Zi Wei star. Injuries would usually be a result of the Goat’s Blade and Tian Xing star.

Well, what about modern day sexual diseases including HIV and Aids? They are usually the result of simultaneously triggering Tan Lang and Lian Zhen simultaneously. Hence, any reader with both stars housed together should take care not to engage in casual sex. Your one night of romp could be lethal!