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Let's talk about the Chinese calendar. In ancient texts, the Vinaya and Chronicles usually recorded the historical facts of officials, also known as calendars. However, these have nothing to do with what we call the calendar today. Later, people referred to calendars or almanacs collectively as calendars or calendars, which would not confuse what we call the astronomy-based calendar. In our daily life, we can see month plates, which we call calendars, which can be seen in many ancient books.


 


At first, the calendar simply arranged the dates of each month and the daily branches, but later became more and more complex, and many things such as auspicious, divine evil, and taboo were added every day, and the length increased tenfold. From the original chronicle evolved into what is now called "Tongsheng". "Tongsheng" is just a common name, because Cantonese people like words with meaning, and the bad" ones are changed to "victory", and "Tong"" is because the almanac contains a lot of astronomy, geography, literature and other knowledge, read this book to understand, and later simply called "Tongsheng"."


 


In ancient times there were no clocks, no tools to calculate time, and no calendars. To know the time, the seasons and the directions, you have to look up at the heavens, observe the sun, moon and stars. The time to get up and rest is determined by astronomical phenomena. The origin of the calendar begins with the "day", a light and a darkness or from light to light, from darkness to darkness to make up " day. As for the "moon", let's start with the most attractive moon, from the moon to the full moon, or from the beginning of the month, never full to the moon, until " moon is completely gone, it is called a month. The " of "year" is to determine the season of the year according to the law of the month and year to guide the progress of farming. China is based on agriculture, the twenty-four solar terms are regarded as the most important, the order of spring ploughing, summer and autumn harvest and winter storage is processed by year, month and day, and is calculated by astronomical phenomena, which is actually one of astronomical mathematics.


 


As for the method of estimation, the predecessors have painstakingly compiled the rule of the leap month to set the age of four o'clock into a formula for estimating the calendar. We have developed a calendar or almanac for everyone to use in a step-by-step manner to ensure smooth communication in society and the world in a smooth manner. Mistakes are intolerable, and if they are wrong, they will lead to chaos in the world. The calendar is very important, we use it every day, and we work silently to ensure that it is accurate for everyone to use.


 


In the history of China, from the time of the emperor to the present day, 102 calendars have been used, and these calendars are inseparable from the category of solar and lunar calendars, but there are some changes in them. In fact, it can be said to be the history of Chinese calendars. The calendar mentioned today is only a rough summary, and there are many details in the calendar that are difficult to explain in depth. For example, a doctor can only cure your disease, but cannot explain in detail the pathology, origin and formation of this disease. Learning to use the lunar and solar calendars is already very practical, and it is difficult to explain in detail all the stars, solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, and comets in the celestial phenomena, and the following is a rewrite of Mr. Cai Boli's article on the Chinese calendar:


 


Let's explore the Chinese calendar. In ancient texts, the Vinaya and Chronicles usually recorded the historical facts of officials, also known as calendars. However, these have nothing to do with what we call the calendar today. Later, people referred to calendars or almanacs collectively as calendars or calendars, so that they would not be confused with what we call an astronomy-based calendar. In our daily lives, we can see month cards, which we call calendars, and can also be seen in many ancient books.


 


At first, the calendar simply arranged the dates of each month and the daily branches, but later became more and more complex, and many things such as auspicious, divine evil, and taboo were added every day, and the length increased tenfold. From the original chronicle evolved into what is now known as "Tongsheng". "Tongsheng" is just a common name, because Cantonese people like words with meaning, and the bad" ones are changed to "victory", and "Tong"" is because the almanac contains a lot of astronomy, geography, literature and other knowledge, read this book to understand, and later simply called "Tongsheng"."


 


In ancient times there were no clocks, tools for calculating time, and calendars. If you want to know the time, the seasons and the directions, you have to look up at the heavens, observe the sun, moon and stars. The time to get up and rest is determined by astronomical phenomena. The origin of the calendar begins with the "day", a light and a darkness or from light to light, from darkness to darkness to make up " day. As for the "moon", let's start with the most attractive moon, from the moon to the full moon, or from the beginning of the month, never full to the moon, until " moon is completely gone, it is called a month. The " of "year" is to determine the season of the year according to the law of the month and year to guide the progress of farming. China is based on agriculture, the twenty-four solar terms are regarded as the most important, the order of spring ploughing, summer and autumn harvest and winter storage is processed by year, month and day, and is calculated by astronomical phenomena, which is actually one of astronomical mathematics.


 


As for the method of estimation, the predecessors have painstakingly compiled the rule of the leap month to set the age of four o'clock into a formula for estimating the calendar. We have developed a calendar or almanac for everyone to use in a step-by-step manner to ensure smooth communication in society and the world in a smooth manner. Mistakes are intolerable, and if they are wrong, they will lead to chaos in the world. The calendar is very important, we use it every day, and we work silently to ensure that it is accurate for everyone to use.


 


In the history of China, from the time of the emperor to the present day, 102 calendars have been used, and these calendars are inseparable from the category of solar and lunar calendars, but there are some changes in them. In fact, it can be said to be the history of Chinese calendars. The calendar mentioned today is only a rough summary, and there are many details in the calendar that are difficult to explain in depth. For example, a doctor can only cure your disease, but cannot explain in detail the pathology, origin and formation of this disease. Learning to use the lunar and solar calendars is already very practical, and it is difficult to explain in detail all the stars, solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, comets, etc. in the celestial phenomena.


From Mr. Cai Boli: Learn to use the Tongsheng almanac


Based on this fact, I also understood that the content of Tongsheng was not very popular, so it had to be improved. In the past, when you read "Tongsheng", you may see words such as auspicious, good day, fierce god, and open day, and then slowly find the corresponding date, but you are not sure if it is correct. In order to solve this problem, which is considered tedious and incomprehensible, I concentrated my efforts and reduced it to only one result, indicating the good or bad of each day in three numbers: (upper auspicious day), (middle auspicious day), (flat auspicious day). I hope that through this result, everyone can know which days are auspicious and which are not suitable for use when they watch "Tongsheng", do not use the bad ones, and the good ones can be chosen at will.


 


This is just a preliminary improvement, and if you want to determine whether a certain day is suitable for you, there is also an easy way to use Tongsheng - on page 75, I boldly wrote: "Just spend five minutes learning, master the application of Tongsheng, and understand the calculation method of avoiding evil, which will benefit you for the rest of your life." This sentence is very powerful! So how to apply it? The score ranges of Shangji Day, Middle Auspicious Day, and Pingji Day have been clearly listed in the book, and my division is as follows: 85-100 points on Shangji Day; 0-85 points in auspicious days; 0-70 minutes on a flat day. These are stable good days, don't use the rest.


 


For personal numerological calculations, I used the most familiar zodiac signs to make a distinction. For example, for rat people, "Tongsheng" means to rush rats at noon, although this day is a good day, but not suitable for rat people - this is like a bao ginseng wing belly, you are not suitable for eating it, you can only eat other things, such as sea cucumbers! In other words, although this day is a good day, it is not suitable for people of the rat genus. Next, you can look for good days in Shangji, Nakayoshi, and Hirayoshi in Ugly Day, Shin Day, Chenji Day, Child Day, etc., so that it is Yoshikaji, which is both a good day and suitable for you. With my explanation, it only takes you five minutes to learn, and you will find Tongsheng very easy to use and will benefit for a lifetime. But in the future, you only need to have "Tongsheng", and you will be troubled without "Tongsheng"!


 


In terms of calendars, astronomical calculations are actually very complicated, and it may be easy for us to talk about them, but we can't talk about it here, and you don't need to study it, because we have already put all the information from Mr. Cai Boli:


 


Learning to use the Tongsheng Almanac is very important to me. I understand that the content of "Tongsheng" is not widely understood, so I think it is necessary to improve it. In the past, when you read Tongsheng, you might see various words, such as auspicious, good day, fierce god, open day, and then slowly correspond to the date, but you may not be sure if it is correct. In order to solve this seemingly cumbersome and incomprehensible problem, I focused on simplifying the result and using three numbers to represent the auspicious day of each day: (upper auspicious day), (middle auspicious day), (flat auspicious day). I hope that through this result, everyone can know which days are auspicious and which are not suitable for use when watching "Tongsheng", do not use bad days, and good days can be chosen at will.


 


This is only a preliminary improvement. If you want to determine if a certain day is suitable for you, Tongsheng also has an easy way. On page 75, I boldly wrote: "Just spending five minutes studying, mastering the application of Tongsheng, and understanding the calculation method of avoiding evil will benefit you for the rest of your life." This is a very important sentence! So how to apply it? The score ranges for upper auspicious days, middle auspicious days, and flat auspicious days have been clearly listed in the book. I divide it as follows: the score of the upper auspicious day is 85-100 points, the score of the middle auspicious day is 70-85 points, and the score of the peaceful auspicious day is 60-70 points. These scores represent stable good days, and other scores should not be used.


 


For personal numerological calculations, I used the most familiar zodiac signs to distinguish them. For example, for people belonging to rats, the "Tongsheng" means rushing rats at noon. Although this day is a good day, it is not suitable for rat people, just as you are not suitable for eating abalone wing belly, you can only eat other things, such as sea cucumbers! In other words, although this day is a good day, it is not suitable for people who belong to the rat family. On the contrary, you can look for good days in the ugly day, shen day, chen day, child day, etc. that are suitable for the rat person's good days of kamiyoshi, chuyoshi, and heiyoshi, so that it is a good day and suitable for you. With my explanation, it only takes you five minutes to learn, and you'll find Tongsheng very easy to use and a lifetime benefit. But in the future, you only need to have "Tongsheng", and you may be troubled without "Tongsheng"!


 


As for the calendar, astronomical calculations are actually quite complicated. We can easily say it, but only here it is