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Sixth punishments in Qi Men Dun Jia

The sixth punishment

The question is why this happens and how it implies in any divination or forecast we did in Qi Men Dun Jia.

Six punishments are related to the stories itself.

The Jia is there are a lot of hidden Jia that means the Jia will be hidden under each of the Wu, Yi, Xin, Ren, Gui and from that we are able to find where the real Jia behind. What happens within this hidden Jia?

There is also a hidden stem, a hidden branch. When a hidden branch is located in a specific palace, both branches are actually conflicting with another and it becomes a struggling situation. Then it makes the whole palaces become damaged and everything you see this particular in this palace is not very interesting.

Six punishments means when the thing happens, this is going to create chaos in that particular palace. When you do the divination or forecasting under Qimen and the six punishments happen, you have to be very very careful. That means the heavily damaged, the hugely damaged, whatever things inside the symbols are going to be damaged.

Eventually most of the answers that you are going to see will not be very positive unless you are looking for a negative answer.

The six punishments are always happening to the stem itself, we will indicate this particular thing within the chart.

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