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Gui Water

Gui (癸) is the tenth and last of the 10 heavenly stems. As such, it can be a word used to refer to last. It can also mean estimation and measurements. The…

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Ren Water

Ren (壬) is the ninth stem of the 10 heavenly stems. It can be translated to mean task, carry, conception, shin and water. The elemental nature is yang water…

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Xin Metal

Xin (辛) is the second metal character among the 10 heavenly stems. It takes on the yin metal (陰金) attribute and can be said to have connotations to…

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Geng Metal

Geng (庚) is the first of the two metal characters and is the seventh of the 10 heavenly stems. In ancient translation, it is a word that means the planet…

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Ji Earth

Ji (己) is the second earth character among the 10 heavenly stems. It is a word that is used to describe the twisting shapes of objects such as ropes or…

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Wu Earth

Wu (戊) is the fifth heavenly stem. And thus, can sometimes take on the meaning of center. In ancient times, it is a word that is used in reference to an axe…

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Ding Fire

Ding (丁) is the second of the two fire characters and is the fourth of the ten heavenly stems. It can be translated to mean nail, population, and a…

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Bing Fire

There are 10 heavenly stems are important variables in bazi and feng shui. Bing (丙) is the third character of the 10 stems behind Jia and Yi. It symbolizes…

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Yi Wood

The 10 heavenly stems play a prominent role in the practice of advance feng shui and in bazi analysis. Yi (乙) is the second of the heavenly stems and is…