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The 14 Major Stars of Purple Emperor Astrology

1. Zi Wei () - Emperor star: The eponymous star of this branch of astrology Zi Wei is like the emperor of old.
Majestic, proud, generous, responsible, strong but not aggressive. He dictates to others and expects to be obeyed.
Where this star falls in your chart is where you are likely to be demanding. If it falls in a relationship sector, like
marriage, it means that your spouse is likely to be demanding and expects to be obeyed. You are also likely to
demand an outstanding, successful partner. A dark Zi Wei is tyrannical, lonely and prejudiced.
2. Wu Qu () - Military Commander star: The star of power, wealth and military authority. This star is
similar to a country's defense minister who formulates military strategies and wages wars. Those with Wu Qu in
their life sector tend to be cold and highly efficient. This star represents money in your chart and should it be
obstructed it could mean financial failure.
3. Lian Zhen () - Passion star: A complicated star that at its best represents honesty and chastity. At its
worst it represents a crafty individual who is immoral, gambles, drinks and carries on illicit affairs. It's also
regarded as emotional, friendly and sociable. Because of Lian Zhen's extremes it is especially susceptible to the
influence of negative stars.
4. Tan Lang () - Opportunity star: An opportunistic star that enjoys the finer things in life. Tan Lang
desires luxuriesgood food, good wine, stylish clothing, love affairs and can show a reckless abandon in the pursuit
of these things. Tan Lang is selfish and greedy but can hide these facts very well. A dark Tan Lang in the life sector
indicates an extremely selfish individual.
5. Ju Men () - Orator star: To assess your aptitude for public speaking simply look at the quality of this star.
A bright Ju Men with the Wealth catalyst attached to it indicates a talent for speaking as well as a smooth and lucky
life. This star is the most rational, logical, as well as suspicious of all the major stars, making it difficult to win an
argument with someone who has a good Ju Men star in their life sector.
6. Puo Jun () - Demolisher star: Pou Jun is a rebellious fighter who is at the front lines of a war engaging in
life and death struggle with the enemy. It's also like a demolition company that tears down structures before giving
any thought of rebuilding, thus wasting resources. A person with this star in their life or happiness sector is
aggressive and can be difficult to get along with. If this star is in the wealth sector one can easily lose money.
7. Tian Ji () - Chief Advisor star: A changeable, somewhat unstable star that represents intelligence and
wherever it falls it gives you a talent for long-range planning and strategy. This star represents a quick thinker who
learns fast, thinks fast and is excellent at multi-tasking. However, Tian Ji is more of a follower than a leader. A dark
Tian Ji is duplicitous and manipulative.
8. Tian Tong () - Lucky star: Representing the easy life, Tian Tong enjoys luxury, relaxation and is happy-
go-lucky. This star is not competitive, does not like conflict and followed by good luck. If this star is in your money
sector it means that you don't work hard for the money but it just comes to you. Depending on other stars in the
sector it could mean a little or a lot of money.
9. Tian Fu () - Treasury star: A star representing leadership, conservatism, reliability, helpfulness, Tian Fu
is not an innovative leader but an administrative leader. It is not keen on change and prefers tradition over new-
fangled things. It is also a star of great wealth depending on where it falls. Billionaire and former New York City
mayor Michael Bloomberg has this star in his wealth sector.
10. Tian Xiang () - Minister star: Classic texts liken this star to an imperial official who puts a stamp of
approval on documents. Tian Xiang is viewed as being both powerful and powerless at the same time. Nothing
happens without its seal of approval and yet it is able to do little beyond that. This star indicates passivity,
administration, fairness and loyalty. One book refers to this star as "Mirror", which reflects whatever it sees,
including any major stars in its sector.
11. Qi Sha () - Army General star: This star represents an army general who oversees the battle and lays out
strategies on the field. Qi Sha differs from Wu Qu in that while Wu Qu is cool and detached, Qi Sha is aggressive
and persevering.
12. Tian Liang () - Inspector star: A noble, scholarly, serious, and mature leader this star can be likened to
an elder statesman of antiquity. This star shows discipline, self-control, and self-management. It is conscientious,
academically talented, and idealistic. Tian Liang is above the pettiness of politics and is capable of staying in a
position for a long period of time until its goal has been achieved or there is nothing more to be gained.
13. Tai Yang () - the Sun: A literal translation from Chinese to English, Tai Yang, or the Sun, is the star of
fame, leadership and altruism. A bright Tai Yang in the career sector with only positive stars can make a person
famous and outstanding at work. Many CEOs and billionaires, like Bill Gates, have a bright Tai Yang with many
supportive stars in their career sector.
14. Tai Ying () - Moon: This star is gentle, beautiful, quiet and reserved. It also represents careful
intelligence--taking time to formulate a well-thought out plan rather than devising ideas on the spot, like Tian Ji. It
is also a star of wealth that, if found in the life sector with a bright rating, means the individual will invariably
acquire a fortune in their life time.

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