Fanny on Marriage Life Markers
Fanny recently posted a comment on my site asking a few questions. She also emailed me with more questions. I’ve replied to Fanny with the answers to most of her questions. I also told Fanny I’d post an article with “extended” information since the questions are general, and would be useful to others with similar questions but afraid to ask.
Q1: Is it possible to add name reading to EON, like many other Western numerology systems? For example, A, J, and S denotes the number 1; B, K, and T denotes the number 2; and so on.
A1: There are many common numerology systems currently practised by many people. Many of the Western numerology books do include interpretation of names using numbers, as shown in the table below:
I have not fully explored on the use of alphabets for naming interpretations yet, although I’m aware of its applications and potentials. There are many areas in the charts (Birth, Personal Year, and Time of Birth) that I’m still exploring. Although name analysis could complement EON, it’s not part of the current EON objectives. However, that doesn’t mean you cannot add that into your analysis if you know how to use the naming method. Go ahead, explore name analysis and include that in your analysis if you find it of added value.
Q2: Is the approach used in name analysis similar to analysing charts using the EON method?
A2: Technically, the influence and vibes “manifested” by the numbers are similar. In many aspects, I’d say that you can use the same analytical approach to analyse a name to find out its compound number, and derived your own observations. Go ahead, and explore them. Maybe, the compound number in your name may provide the “missing number” you need to harmonise the energies in your natal charts.
Q3: In your book, you did not mention how to identify the marriage location, which part shows the husband or wife. Why?
A3: I wrote my first book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling” to introduce the basic theory of EON. The book contents are structured as if you are attending a Basic course, where the learning method to EON can be gradual.
Suggesting a fixed location that marks marriage life is too general, and may not be applicable for analysis. There are people who married young, and they are people who remarried countless times. For example, saying locations K–L is about married life is not practical when you consider the age-range in that location for marriage.
You can identify the “Spouse element” in a chart using the EON method, and find out the influence or effects on them in a particular year. I’ve discovered these extended methods after releasing my first book, and planned to include them in the second book. As I’ve started conducting EON Workshops, I’ve decided to share the techniques to identify the “Spouse element” with the participants earlier rather than asking everyone to wait for release of my second book. In case you’re wondering, the second book is still “work-in-progress”…
Q4: In the Power of Numbers (PON) method, locations I–J denote husband, and K–L denotes the wife. Can I know whether it’s possible to find out whether the marriage is good or bad? Is it possible to identify them in locations K–L?
A4: In my first book, I mentioned the parents sectors where I–J denotes the father sector, while K–L denotes the mother sector. I’m not sure about the husband and wife sectors that Fanny asked. Perhaps these are discoveries worth finding out.
Deciding that we can identify the influences and vibes of the husband in locations I–J, and the wife in locations K–L is just too general, again. You don’t just look at the Birth chart to find out the marriage life. Does that mean if a couple is VERY COMPATIBLE in their birth charts, we can expect them to live together and happily forever after, without quarrels and disagreements?
You need to look more on other areas, including the Personal Year charts. There could be elemental influences and vibes present in a year that show signs of tension and stress. Unless the person can control their emotions and actions, the strained relationships can happen.
As I’ve mentioned in (A3) above, there are extended methods to look at the tendency signs of spouse in a particular year. At the recent 2nd EON Workshop, I’ve shared a new method to look at the “yearly effects” between couples by analysing their Combined Chart.
Saying locations I–J and K–L denote the husband and wife markers in a Birth chart is unrealistic as the birth chart remains the same for the entire life of the person. The Personal Year chart may not reveal much either as the numbers in locations K–L are the same for everyone in a year. If the “married life” signs is present in locations K–L on a Personal Year chart, does that means everyone can get married in that year? If that includes the married couples, could it imply increasing internal love between the couples, or worst, the “flower of romance” signs of external affairs with someone else?
Q5: My friends and I noted the Time Chart is “true”. Which is more accurate – Birth Chart or Time Chart?
A5: The accuracy of the analysis depends on the person analysing the chart. Both the Birth Chart and the Time Chart provides a set of patterns and tendency signs. It’s up to the person’s knowledge and experience to interpret what these tendency signs mean.
I’ve mentioned on Page 239 of my book the reasons I came up with the Time of Birth chart. Do check the book for the explanations. Analysing the Birth chart would be enough for common cases. When you need to find out more clues like analysing twins, or why a person behaves differently from your interpretation based on their Birth chart, then the Time of Birth chart would come useful. It provides more tendency signs depicting the “inner self” characteristics and traits.
Q6: If the Combined Chart is “bad” while the Time of Birth Chart is “good”, which chart is more accurate?
On Page 247 of my book, I have described the method to plot the “Combined” charts, and explained my findings. The two extended charts (“Time of Birth” chart and the “Combined Birth Date and Time Chart”) provide extra tendency signs to a person’s traits and other influences. There is no such thing as a good or bad chart as it depends on the person’s natal traits (from Birth chart), their behaviours and outward actions, and their health symptoms. For normal analysis, use the Birth chart. But when you want to look for more signs, use the “Time of Birth” chart. Now, when you want to find out why a person experienced different signs than depicted in the normal charts, then use the “Combined Date and Time of Birth” chart.
I usually analyse using the Birth chart, and rarely use the extended charts unless I want to look deeper to identify tendency signs especially for serious cases. There is no accurate or inaccurate chart. The accuracy of your analysis depends on your interpretation of the numbers present in both charts. I’ve provided the extended charts to let you know of its presence and applications where you can explore further when needed.
Q7: When analysing my characters and traits, I noticed the Time of Birth chart to be true.
A7: I’m glad Fanny has discovered about her characters and traits beyond the Birth chart. We can say the Birth chart provides the outward signs while the Time chart provides inner signs. When both the outward and inner signs are available, these would provide you with more clues to aid your analysis. Many people also emailed me with positive feedback about my discovery of the extended charts. I’m glad it was useful to them, and believe it could be useful for you too, should the need arises.
Fanny included the birthdate of a friend who found it “hard to get married”. Fanny consulted a Feng Shui professional who knows PON and told her locations K–L mark the vibes of “married life”. I told Fanny I’d use her friend’s birthdate as case study in a separate article. I’ll explained more about why using K–L locations to check for “married life” vibes may not be enough and could be impractical. Finding it hard to marry has nothing to do with the negative “jinx” energies but finding opportunities. In the end, it’s still about mindset, attitude, expectation, and actions.
Until then, remember that Happiness and Joy in a relationship depends mainly on the thoughts, actions, shared values, toleration, and commitments of two people; and not determined by the numbers and tendency signs depicted in their Birth charts.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun