Nobleman Meaning in Chinese Astrology – How to Find Them in Your Birth Chart?
It is undeniable that we all need help from others in our lives, but where do we find them? It is also one of the most popular questions my clients will ask me during their Zi Wei Dou Shu consultation sessions with me. So, yes, I agree benefactors are significant because they can make life smooth sailing and come to your aid when you are in troubled water.
We typically refer to them as “Nobleman” in Chinese astrology, which is a word-by-word translation from “Gui Ren” 贵人. Besides nobleman, there are other terminologies like benefactors and helpful people.
What is nobleman, and what does it mean to you?
How Do I Find My Nobleman in my Life?
There are many methods that people use to find their benefactors. One of the most widely used ones is by using the zodiac compatibility. They believed that those people belonging to zodiac signs that form the Triple Harmonies (三合) or Six Harmonies (六合) with yours are your benefactors, allies.
Here are the zodiac groups:
Triple Harmonies (三合)
Group 1: Monkey, Rat and Dragon
Group 2: Snake, Ox and Rooster
Group 3: Pig, Sheep and Rabbit
Group 4: Horse, Tiger and Dog
Six Harmonies (六合)
They are known as your secret benefactors who give great help, either secretly or openly, to you.
Group 1: Rat and Ox
Group 2: Dragon and Rooster
Group 3: Tiger and Pig
Group 4: Horse and Sheep
Group 5: Rabbit and Dog
Group 6: Monkey and Snake
It might seem like the simplest way to find your nobleman, but is it accurate? Sad to tell you that this method is too general, similar to the annual Chinese Zodiac forecast. Not all people of the same zodiac sign share the same benefactors.
We will skip all the Metaphysics technicalities and, based on logic, don’t you think it is more accurate if we use our birth chart to find the one who can help us? That is why we should use our own unique Zi Wei Dou Shu chart to do the job.
Note: The positions of these stars might differ from person to person, depending on their date of birth.
How to find your Nobleman in your Zi Wei Dou Shu chart?
Plot your chart and look for these particular pairs of stars that represent noblemen in your destiny chart.
They are the Tian Kui/ 天魁/Male Benefactor, Tian Yue/天钺/Lady Benefactor. These two stars represent people you know who are typically older than you and have authoritative power. It can be your bosses, superiors, or the elderly that can help you.
Next, check the corresponding palace where these two stars appear in your chart. For example, if you have Male Benefactor in your career palace, you will get more help and support from a male superior in your work.
It is based on your natal chart, meaning that you have a higher probability of getting aid from benefactors in that area in your whole life. However, you can still find your nobleman in different palaces (aspects of life) in the ten years and annual cycle.
In conclusion, it does not end here after finding where your benefactors are. It still boils down to yourself if you are of any value to them. Alternatively, you can also choose to be other people’s benefactors first, and help will come if you need it in the future.
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