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Question Posted: 31 Dec 2007 at 12:00:00 AM
Dear Joey I've just purchased your 2008 Tong Shu and well, I was just studying the different aspects of it when I chanced upon something. I was following the daily Lo Shu numbers page by page when I noticed that on two dates, 21 June 2008 and 21 December 2008, there was something different about their daily Lo Shu numbers compared to the other days of the year. On 21 June 2008, the Lo Shu number of the day (top left hand corner of the centre grid) shows 5/5. On 21 December 2008, it shows 2/8. I've also noticed that before 21 June 2008, the daily Lo Shu numbers run upwards i.e 1,2,3, etc. And after that, they run downwards i.e 3,2,1, etc. And the same for 21 December 2008. After this date, the daily numbers run upwards again. I was just wondering why this is the case. Is it because 21 June is somewhat the cut-off date for the first half of the Chinese year? And 21 December is the cut-off date for the second half? That's why there is a change in the direction of the Lo Shu numbers? I would greatly appreciate it if you could explain this to me. So sorry to disturb you, Joey. Thanks a lot. Oliver Sayson
Answered: 7 Jan 2008 at 12:56:53 PM
Dear Oliver,

Good observation. Yes, those two dates are the Summer and Winter Solstice Dates.

Warm Regards - JY

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