Monday, November 22, 2010

Weekly Tibetan Astrology: November 22 - November 28, 2010

NOTE: Hostile energies have been raising the "noise" for weeks, and this week could see the reason why. Whatever you have to do, then do it on Tuesday. If that includes laying in extra supplies, candles, batteries, and strong locks, then so much the better. As to travel? Definitely sit this one out. Thanksgiving travel? Haven't missed it in thirty years? Miss it this year. Either you will wind up sleeping in the airport, or that family get-together will descend into a brawl. Government agencies will be taxed to the maximum this week, and issues of national security will come to the fore on a number of fronts. There will be death, misadventure, cruelty to animals, and extreme tension. Madness in the name of religion or tradition will be everywhere. Mankind is in an uproar and so are the elements -- expect strong messages from water and earth.  Make no mistake: this is a dangerous week in a dangerous year. The good news is, we have the tools available to deal with this sort of thing, so sit down and use them. Lions, tigers, bears, devils, witches, miseries -- all these can be tamed by taming your mind.

November 22, 2010 - Chinese 16th, M-T-K 16th. Pig, Gin, Red 7. Today is  zin phung. No quick moves today. Do not take chances, and do not take charge. Very negative indications.

November 23, 2010 - Chinese 17th, M-T-K 17th. Mouse, Zin, White 8. Today is drubjor. All matters you attempt should meet with an auspicious outcome. Good day to buy a car -- speaking personally, I'd make it a four-wheel drive. Better yet, take the car money and go build four huge prayer wheels. 

November 24, 2010 - Chinese 18th, M-T-K 18th. Ox, Zon, Red 9. Avoid arguments or conflicts of any kind today. Do not commence or deliver hostility. Just sit back and watch.

November 25, 2010 - Chinese 19th, M-T-K 19th. Tiger, Li, White 1. Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Today is also baden, so do not raise prayer flags. See yesterday's advice. This day is marked by worry and even outright distress.

November 26, 2010 - Chinese 20th, M-T-K 20th. Rabbit, Khon, Black 2. Clear indication of conflict and martial wickedness.

November 27, 2010 - Chinese 22nd, M-T-K 21st. Snake, Khen, Green 4.  Note omitted day in Chinese practice. Today is a major yan kwong zin phung conjunction. We will see geological activity proximate to today. Good day to take the counsel of friends. You might not be as happy as you wish.

November 28, 2010 - Chinese 23rd, M-T-K 22nd. Horse, Kham, Yellow 5. Increase possible but fraught with immediate danger.

Naga observations for the tenth month. The nagas are sleeping this month. No offerings are useful. Don't raise flags on the 7th or 19th lunar days.

Consult our extended discussion of 2010 astrology by clicking here.

Published every Monday at 00:01 香港時間 but written in advance and auto-posted. See our Introduction to Daily Tibetan Astrology for background information. If you know the symbolic animal of your birth year, you can get information about your positive and negative days by clicking here. If you don't know the symbolic animal of your birth year, you can obtain that information by clicking here. For specific information about the astrology of 2010, inclusive of elements, earth spirits, and so forth, please consult our extended discussion by clicking here.  Click here for Hong Kong Observatory conversion tables. Weekly Tibetan Astrology copyright (c) 2010. All rights reserved.

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2 reader comments:

Anonymous said...

Jeewiz, your astrology is exactly as ominious as I feel. Been glued to the computer screen non-stop. I can't believe the things I'm hearing. I've never heard so many paradigm-shattering announcements ever-- this week trumps the previous forty years hands down: man builds scalar weapon in garage, can levitate 1500-lb cannonballs AND send them on an indefinite journey with only 200 watts of power. Stephen Hawking is on the Time-travel bandwagon and everywhere it's timetravel, timetravel. Wikileaks is going to dump the motherload. And yes, perhaps I shall buy a car today, I need to. Thanks for the good advice and hold on that cowboy hat.


Mike G. said...

You nailed the water festival deaths in Cambodia and the North Korean shelling and that is just Monday! Wow!