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Is September 13, 2021 an auspicious day? Today is a good or bad day

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

we must believe that fate will change our life. If you don't believe in fate, fate won't be very fair to you. It's very necessary to choose an auspicious day to celebrate something, and it's worth every one of us to abide by, The existence of the auspicious day is to make our whole life more meaningful.

2021年9月13日是黄道吉日吗 今日时辰吉凶查询

is September 13, 2021 the auspicious day of the zodiac [lunar calendar] seventh day of August, 2021 [Gregorian calendar] Monday, September 13, 2021 [Ganzhi] Xin Chou year + Ding you month + Jia Zi day [xiangchong] rat RI Chong (Wu Wu) MA [shisha] shisha South [auspicious time] it's 9:00-11:00 [happy God] Northeast [God of fortune] due north [God of wealth] northeast [Twelve Gods] Ping holds the position of [God of value] Qinglong (Zodiac day)

today's time detailed explanation of good and bad luck, good and bad luck, son Chou Yin Mao's time has not applied for Youxu Hai in the afternoon. What's the good time today: 03:00 ~ 04:59 (Yin time), 07:00 ~ 08:59 (Chen time) 09:00 ~ 10:59 (Si Shi), 15:00 ~ 16:59 (Shen Shi), 21:00 ~ 22:59 (Hai Shi)

2021年9月13日是黄道吉日吗 今日时辰吉凶查询

today in history 728: Dayan calendar was issued in the Tang Dynasty. 1510: Michelangelo begins to make the statue of David. 1743: Britain, Austria and Sardinia signed the womms treaty. 1788: the Philadelphia conference decided to temporarily set the capital of New York City and set the time for the first U.S. presidential election. 1796: Emperor Qianlong held the third "thousand old people banquet". 1814: War of 1812 1843: (September 3 of the Julian calendar) the Greek army launched a mutiny and asked King Otto I to formulate a code. 1871: the articles of Association for trade between China and Japan was signed in Tianjin. 1906: the first fixed wing aircraft appeared in Europe. 1920: the urban population of the United States exceeds the rural population. 1922: the highest temperature in aziziya, Libya was as high as 57.8 ℃, becoming the world's highest temperature ever recorded. 1937: Hitler's speech in Nuremberg stirred up riots among German racists in Sudeten Germany. 1947: India and Pakistan had a dispute over religious belief after they separated from British rule. 1956: IBM successfully developed the world's first computer disk storage device. 1959: the first National Games of the people's Republic of China opened in Beijing Workers' Stadium. 1968: Albania withdrew from the Warsaw Treaty Organization. 1978: a series of building collapses occurred in Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong. The government classified these buildings as dangerous buildings. 1985: the red and white console game "Super Mario Brothers" produced by Nintendo company of Japan was released in Japan for the first time. 1989: Desmond Tutu organized a large-scale anti racial discrimination march in South Africa. 1991: one convenience, a Chinese weekly in Hong Kong, was launched.

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