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Is October 2, 2021 an auspicious day? Today is an auspicious day

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-08 1 0

we are very particular about how to choose good or bad days. The Yellow calendar marks the things that should be avoided every day. Therefore, when we do anything, we like to choose the most appropriate auspicious day according to the contents marked on the Yellow calendar. This enables us to choose the auspicious day for reference.

2021年10月2日是黄道吉日吗 本日时辰吉凶查询

is October 2, 2021 the auspicious day of the zodiac [lunar calendar] August 26, 2021 [Gregorian calendar] October 2, 2021 (Saturday) [Ganzhi] Xin Chou year + Ding you month + GUI Wei day [xiangchong] Yang richong (Ding Chou) Niu [shisha] shisha West [auspicious time] 11:00-13:00 PM [happy God] Southeast [God of fortune] northeast [God of wealth] due south [Twelve Gods] hold the position of [God of value] jade Hall (Zodiac day)

today's time detailed explanation of good and bad luck time good and bad luck Zi Chou Yin Mao's time has not applied for Youxu Hai's good and bad luck, good and bad luck, good and bad luck, good and bad luck, bad luck, good and bad luck, bad luck, bad luck, good and bad luck today's good time: 01:00 ~ 02:59 (ugly time), 07:00 ~ 08:59 (Chen time) 11: 00 ~ 12:59 (noon), 13:00 ~ 14:59 (untimely), 19:00 ~ 20:59 (Xushi)

2021年10月2日是黄道吉日吗 本日时辰吉凶查询)

today in history 1889: the first Pan American conference was held. 1894: the Japanese army landed at Huayuankou. 1895: Beiyang western studies school, the predecessor of Tianjin University, was established and became the first government-run University in China. 1909: the first railway led by Zhan Tianyou and independently financed, surveyed, designed and built by the Chinese people. 1915: Yuan Shikai received the American ambassador. 1924: the League of nations signed the Geneva Protocol. 1925: the first mechanical television produced by British inventor Baird successfully played images for the first time. 1931: China held an anti Japanese parade. 1935: Italian troops invade Abyssinia. 1940: the British ship "Queen of England" sank. 1941: Nazi German army launched "typhoon" operation, launched a large-scale attack on the Soviet capital Moscow, and the Moscow defense war broke out. 1950: the peanut cartoon created by American cartoonist Charles Schutz was published in the newspaper for the first time. 1952: the Asia Pacific peace conference was held in Beijing. 1958: Guinea declares independence from France as an independent republic. 1960: Nigeria holds its first parliament after independence. 1984: a relatively complete Ape Man fossil was found at Jinniushan site, Yingkou County, Liaoning Province, China, which is another major discovery after the discovery of Beijing ape skull in Zhoukoudian.

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