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When is the time of 19 in 2021 and from which date

DailyBird Culture 2021-10-09 1 0

counting nine days is the weather after the winter solstice. According to folklore, counting nine days is the coldest time of the year. So when is nineteen in 2021? When did nineteen begin? Let's analyze the number nine with Lao Huang!

2021年一九时间是什么时候 从哪天开始

what's the time in 2021? The first day: December 21, 2020 (winter solstice) the second day: December 22, 2020 the third day: December 23, 2020 the fourth day: December 24, 2020 (Christmas Eve) the fifth day: December 25, 2020 (Christmas) The sixth day: December 26, 2020 the seventh day: December 27, 2020 the eighth day: December 28, 2020 the ninth day: December 29, 2020

2021年一九时间是什么时候 从哪天开始

the number of nine days is calculated from the date when the winter solstice meets the Union (the first union day after the winter solstice is called "jiaojiu", which means the beginning of cold), Every nine days is a "Nine", the first nine days are called "Nineteen", the second nine days are called "twenty-nine", and so on. On the eighty-one day of "Nine", when "nine peach blossoms bloom", the weather will be warm. Generally, the coldest time of the year is the "March 9th"; By the time of "99", the cold disappeared and the spring was warm. The correct algorithm of "counting nine" is from the first union day after the winter solstice. Therefore, the specific date of "Nine" in each year is not fixed, which depends on the day of the first union day after the winter solstice. Another mistake is that "counting nine" starts from the winter solstice. From the winter solstice, the specific time of "Nine" every year is fixed, and each "Nine" is fixed on the 9th, 18th and 27th day after the winter solstice. "Count nine" from the winter solstice, this algorithm is wrong. As the saying goes: "three gengs fall in the summer solstice, and nine in the winter solstice.".

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