I received an email from Lucy yesterday asking me how to analyse twins. I’m glad she asked as it allows me to highlight one key feature I have added into my Elements of Numbers (EON) method.
The TIME OF BIRTH chart is one of the unique features of EON, and is not part of Dr Oliver Tan’s Power of Numbers (PON) method.
I wasn’t happy with the theory that different people born on the same day would have similar traits and characteristics. I then began to explore the possibilities of using time as the differentiator element.
Some years back, I’ve included two extra pillars (Minutes and Inner-Self) into a customised copy of my Bazi software. I devised the Inner-Self pillar which allows me to identify the inner-self traits and “characteristics” of the person. Such traits are usually not noticeable when analysing using the standard Bazi’s Four Pillars chart. I remembered telling a friend she usually can think and plan better at night than daytime. Or telling another friend he has “secondary passive income”.
The research and experiences prove useful. I’m glad I did and it provides an easier path for me to devise the Time of Birth chart for EON.
Let us take a look at twins Robin and Maurice Gibb (of the Bee Gees). If you look at the birth chart, it is not possible to tell why Maurice had a weaker health condition than Robin, and the circumstances that lead to Maurice’s death on 12 January 2003.
Technically, Robin may face similar traits since his birth chart is identical with Maurice. Robin Gibb is still alive today.
I have included the Time of Birth details, including the formula on Page 239 – 254 of my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling.” I have explained more in details how I did a life path analysis for both Robin and Maurice using the extended Time of Birth charts.
Do check out my book if you can. I have included many case studies to explain the fundamentals of EON.
If you are staying in Singapore, you can buy my book at local bookstores like Popular, Times and Kinokuniya; and specialised metaphysics bookstore like Wan Li at Golden Mile Towers. And if you’re staying overseas (outside Singapore), you can buy my book through popular online bookstores. Click this link for a list of bookstores.
The Time of Birth chart is useful for macro-analysis. It only applies if you have the person’s birth time. Lucy can plot the Time of Birth charts to analyse the twins she is profiling. This should provide more traits, characteristics and behaviour of the older and younger twin siblings.
For normal profiling, the standard EON charts should be enough. There’s lot of information you can gather from a standard EON chart when you adopt the “issue and focus” approach.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun