What The 9 Flying Stars Mean And Represent

Flying star feng shui is one of most acclaimed method of feng shui in practice today.

With it’s time dimension mechanics and dynamism, it’s application accounts for the many facets of life that we experience each day.

If you have learned about it, you must know that the basics of it concerns the movement of 9 stars, their implications, and what their combinations mean.

Here is a brief explanation of what the 9 stars mean in flying star feng shui for the period of 8.

1) White star 1 (贪狼星)

The number 1 white star literally translates to greedy wolf star.

It represents a distant future prosperity. And because it has a base element of water, an element that is regarded as wealth, it is generally a favorable star.

Being the first star among the nine, it also symbolizes the start of a new beginning. If one is going through a rough patch in life, this star will help with new beginnings.

It also means that when it is activated for young adults or kids, it can help bring opportunities for success at an early age.

2) Black star 2 (巨门星)

The number 2 black star translates to big door star.

When not kept in check during periods of untimeliness, it can cause sickness and even death in the household, especially to women since it correspods to the Kun trigram.

The only period when it becomes an auspicious star is in the period of 2 which according to the rotating 9 periods will commence it’s next reign of 20 years in 2064.

When timely, will bring great wealth and fortune just like any timely star. Women might reap more rewards from it than men.

3) Green star3 (绿存星)

The number 3 green star is a conflict star that bring energy that ignites fight, confrontations, and quarrels wherever it goes.

When left unmanaged at home, residents can expect disharmony and misunderstanding that results in fights and arguments within the household.

Even outside the confines of the home, residents could attract lawsuits, political issues at the office, and even disputes with friends.

Sometimes also known as the jade star, it will only revert to an auspicious star during it’s period of timeliness.

Otherwise, it is generally regarded as an unfavrable star.

When clashed with the stars of 2 or 5, it can cause bodily harm and injury especially to the limbs.

4) Green star 4 (文曲星)

The number 4 green star represents academics and romance.

Despite the Chinese avoidance of the number 4 in general due to superstition, culture, and the word four (四) being a hynonym of death (死) in the mandarin language, the number 4 is actually a desirable number in feng shui.

When triggered, it helps in any life aspect related to intelligence, education, exams, and academic achievements. It also enhances areas of romance and relationships.

5) Yellow star 5 (廉贞星)

The number 5 yellow star is the most caatastrophic star among the nine.

Commonly referred to as the “5 yellow”, this start don’t just bring energy of sickness, but also grave misfortune in general.

Just like stars 2 and 3, it is only a luck-inducing star during it’s period of timeliness.

Otherwise it is a very undesirable star that needs to be managed constantly if you don’t want misfortune to befall the members of the family.

6) White star 6 (武曲星)

The number 6 white star represents faded prosperity.

Being a white star, it is generally favorable.

It is also associated with the Chien trigram, which together with Kun, denotes the most significant 2 out of the 8 trigrams.

When invigorated, it can bring wealth and prosperity to the family of the house, especially the patriarch.

This can come in the form of progress in power and authority levels at work.

7) Red star 7 (破军星)

The number 7 red star can also be attributed to faded prosperity.

In general, it does not carry as much negative energy as 2, 3, and 5.

However, as we are already in the period of 8, 7 is no longer a timely star and has the potential to cause chaos at home when prevention measures are not put in place.

This is partly because it has a base element of metal like the 6 star which is associated with weapons, however unlike the 6 star which is a white benevolent star, 7 is a red in color which indicates the color of bloodshed.

This can be especially dangerous when it comes into contact with 3 and 4 which are of the wood element as metal destroys wood.

8) White star 8 (左辅星)

The number 8 white star portends current prosperity.

It is currently the timely star.

Even when it’s untimely, this star signifies money, nobility and honesty.

So being in a timely period only doubles up it’s power of creating wealth to whoever chooses to welcome it with open arms.

9) Purple star 9 (右弼星)

The number 9 purple star represents prosperity in the near future.

This is because we are currently approaching the end of the period of 8, which leads to us entering the period of 9.

9 is generally a lucky star on it’s own.

But what makes it uniue is that it is the only fire element star within the 9. This makes it the only star capable of naturally nurturing the earth element stars of 2, 5 and 8.

Two of which are unfavorable stars, while one is an overwhelmingly favorable one.

This implies that irregardless of timeliness, the use or misuse of it can bring outcomes from one of two extremes.

Be careful with it.

Flying star combinations

With a basic understanding of the 9 stars used in flying star feng shui, it is important to note that how these stars react, compliment, and intrude each other has bigger implications on energy than the stars by themselves.

A basic list of favorable and unfavorable combinations can be found here.

Finally, remember to enhance the stars 1 and 8, and keep the stars 2, 3 and 5 in check for general good fortune.