Is the twelfth day of the lunar new year in 2021 an auspicious day? What is the twelfth day of the first month
people are very particular about what they do. Since ancient times, no matter what they do, they will look at the Yellow calendar in advance to see if it is suitable to do some things today, because in their concept, if one day is a auspicious day, they will do some happier and happier things. After all, the meaning of this day is better.
is the twelfth lunar new year in 2021 the auspicious day of the zodiac [Gregorian calendar] Tuesday, February 23, 2021 [lunar calendar] the twelfth lunar month (small) of the first month of 2021 [Zodiac] belongs to cattle [constellation] Pisces [rilu] to apply for mutual Lu GUI to enter Lu [nine stars] six white - Green Dragon Star (gold) - auspicious God [six Yao] Chikou: a fierce day, noon, auspicious [Yang Guishen] due east [Yin Guishen] southeast [tiangan earthly branch] Xin Chou year, Gengyin month, renyin day [auspicious God should tend to] heaven and virtue, not guarding the tomb, Daming, Fuhou, Longde, barking [evil spirits and taboos] fail, thunder, heaven punishment, earth house, earth taboos, death, moon construction, vermilion [today's appropriate] Starting a business, getting a marriage license, starting a trip, going on a trip, going to school, repairing graves, opening a market, asking for Amnesty [today's taboo] moving into a house, moving to earth, getting engaged, burying Shangliang Qiusi, breaking the ground, migrating to build a house, crown hairpin, seeking medical treatmentand
what is the twelfth day of the first month? Judging from the Yellow calendar above, there are many taboos on the twelfth day of the first month, It's not an auspicious day, and it's not a good time to do something on this day.
the custom of setting up lamp sheds on the twelfth lunar new year. Generally speaking, from this day on, people begin to prepare to celebrate the Lantern Festival, buy lanterns and build lamp sheds. There is a nursery rhyme that says, "11 people chirp, 12 put up light sheds, 13 people turn on the lights, 14 lights are on, 15 lines and a half months, and 16 people finish the lights." from ancient times to now, the Han people in some areas in the south of Shijiazhuang still retain the custom of baking cypress fire along the twelfth day of the first month [some are the tenth day of the first month]. At dusk, people ignite cypress branches in front of their homes. There is a fragrance in the smoke. A family of old and young sit around the fire, that is, the so-called fire of roasting cypress, mouse and bailing (commonly known as bailing). It is said that on the night of the twelfth day of the first month, the mouse got married. Therefore, it is necessary to bake the mouse fire (because it burns the leaves of bailing, so it is also called baking bailing fire).https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/22822.html
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