Is the twelfth day of the first month of 2021 an auspicious day? What are the taboos
good days are very important for us. We need to choose the Yellow calendar to complete many things in life. Such days will bring good luck to ourselves and the people around us and help us improve our luck. Is the twelfth day of the first month of 2021 an auspicious day? What are the taboos?
is the twelfth day of the first month of 2021 an auspicious day? Lunar calendar: the twelfth day of the first month of 2021 Gregorian calendar: Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Pisces Peng zubaiji: Ren is not great, Shui Yin is not sacrificial, and Yin is not sacrificial to each other: Hu richong (C Shen) monkey suisha: suisha North [today's appropriate] clean up Legislative bond transaction Accept wealth Buy clothes Make a bed Accept livestock Bury raise Mortuary Moving coffin Moving graves Upper beam Vertical column [today's taboo] marriage Travel Migration Groundbreaking sacrifice dig a well The twelfth day of the first month of 2021 is an auspicious day! According to the Yellow calendar, today's auspicious gods [Jing'an, Yutang, Tianfu and Tiancheng], of which Yutang is one of the six gods of the zodiac, which meets the conditions of the auspicious day of the zodiac!
what are the taboos on the twelfth day of the first month? There is an old saying that barber in the first month should be avoided. In fact, it is not. According to the records in the book of rites of the Qing Dynasty, barber in the first month was originally meant to "think of the old". Later, it was said that it became "dead uncle". However, the saying that barber is not cut in the first month originated from the Tang Dynasty, In the Tang Dynasty, a weapon called "golden Tomahawk" was used in the Tang Dynasty to execute the death penalty and behead the heinous prisoners, while the first month was called "golden month" in the Tang Dynasty. The combination of hair cutting in the first month is "golden Tomahawk to eliminate ears", which means beheading in the Dharma court!https://www.dailyq-a.com/Culture/22840.html
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