Tibetan elemental astrology
Tibetan Elemental Astrology uses the five elements Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water each having its own wind direction and season. Earth having a special place as it appears between each season. Earth takes care for a natural transition from season to season.
Are the elements congenial there will be good health and luck.
Are the elements disturbed there will be diseases, suffering and finally death.
Three humoral disorders, primordial bewitchers and four adversarial signs which all originally derive from ignorance influence the body as this is an aggregate of these elements.
The elements cover the following three areas: Extern, Intern and Other.
Extrern elements are: Wood, Fire, Earth, Iron and Water.
The intern element wood belongs to nerves and muscles. Fire to digestion. Earth to stature. Iron to bones and Water to blood.
The alternative elements belong to five vital and six hollow organs. Wood to Liver and gall bladder. Fire to heart and small intestine, Earth to spleen and stomach. Iron to lungs ans large intestine and Water to seminal vesicle and urinary bladder.
Use the fingers of the left hand to memorize the elements for the relations.
- Thumb - Wood
- Fore finger - Fire
- Middle finger - Earth
- Ring finger - Metal
- Little finger - Water
|Click finger top to select element|
There exist a mother relation when you look to the left. E.g. the mother of Fire is Wood. There exist a child relation when you look to the right. E.g. the child of Wood is Fire. There exist a friend relation when you look to the right and skip one finger. E.g. the friend of Wood is Earth. There exist an enemy relation when you look to the right and skip two fingers. E.g. the enemy of Wood is Iron. Good relations are Earth-Earth, Water-Water. Bad relations are Fire-Fire, Iron-Iron and Wood-Wood.
|Element||Mother OOO||Child OX||Friend OO||Enemy XX|
O = Good OO = Better OOO = Best
OX = Neutral relation
X = Bad XX= Worse XXX = Worst