Pregnant or not?
Hong Kong TVB actress Linda Chung was rumoured to be five months’ pregnant according to this Asianpopnews.com site. That could imply her first trimester started in late 2015. Well, it doesn’t matter if she is pregnant or not as this is a personal choice for Linda and her husband. What’s important is about Linda and her baby’s health if she’s truly pregnant. As Linda said, “We both love kids and the gender of our kids doesn’t matter, be it boy or girl. Most importantly, the baby is healthy.”
I was curious and decided to plot her EON chart. There are firm signs of emotions and temperaments in her birth chart, with the multiple sets (at least four sets) of 4-8-3 (or 8-4-3) patterns present. Apart from having work-life responsibilities and stressful traits, there are tendency signs suggesting she might have strong sexual desire and “selective listening” habits. From her charts, I could sense she’s a smart (academic and resourceful) person, and might often rely on her intuitive senses and gut feelings to compose her thoughts and probably influenced her actions.
Her PY2015 chart (not shown in the screenshot) has the 4-8-3-2-7-9 patterns in locations MNOPQR, and these could suggest a breakaway or separation from the norm resulting in a change in her relationship status. It’s akin to the phrase, “Out with the Old, In with the New” or “When the door closes a Window opens” which could suggest changing of her marital status from single to married. Furthermore, her ‘spouse element’ is also present elsewhere in her PY2015 chart. This suggested that if she’s was single in 2015, there might be a man coming into her life that year. Of course, if you’ve a registered copy of the FEON+ software installed in your AndroidOS smartphone, her ‘spouse element’ is also present in her PY2014 chart.
Let’s put aside her personalities and traits as you can always check them out from my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling” to identify basic signs. The lucky students who’d attended my FEN (Five Elements Numerology) courses could identify more extended traits, including her ‘spouse element,’ intuitiveness, spiritual senses, and selective listening traits.
I was concerned when I looked at her PY2016 chart. Assuming if Linda is really pregnant, she has to take care of her health as there are probable signs of complications and/or emotional stress (including regular mood swings). She needs to cut down on sugary and sweet food and alcoholic drinks as there are diabetic-tendency signs present in her chart. In the Five Elements principles, a woman needs to have the Water element present for smoother delivery since we could associate the Water element to a female reproductive organs. When there is ‘Water deficiency,’ it could suggest not-so-smooth delivery, like perhaps a C-section surgery. If she takes care of her health and consume adequate fluids to harmonise her body’s deficiency, the complications she might have would be reduced.
I’ve taught my FEN Level 2 (Advanced) students to identify the ‘baby element’, and its interactions with surrounding elements and numbers present in a person’s chart. When there are supporting and beneficial elements present, the chance of a smooth or normal delivery is high. When there are negative elements present, it could lead to complications, and at extreme cases, might result in miscarriage. The ‘baby element’ does provide indicative sign a woman might consider whether the year is beneficial for childbearing. You can also apply the same technique to identify a favourable month to conceive too. For example, one FEN student consulted me last year on the beneficial months for IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), and I’m glad he’s now a proud and responsible father to his baby girl, and a more caring and lovable husband to his wife.
The first trimester is important for a woman. If there are excessive negative elements present during that period, like having multiple 4-8-3 (or 8-4-3) patterns present in her PY chart, it could suggest unfavourable or complicated outcomes. If Linda is really five months’ pregnant as rumoured, this means she has passed her first trimester. We then need to review her current PY2016 chart for tendency signs, be they positive or negative ones. Oh, one more thing… besides checking out on the beneficial signs associated to the ‘baby element’, it is important to check the health state of the baby’s mother. Too many unfavourable signs in a woman’s chart could also suggest she might experience postnatal depression; and other signs like mood swings, and to extreme cases, bipolar disorder or suicidal thoughts.
If Linda is not pregnant yet, I would suggest she controls her desire and waits for next year as the favourable signs are beneficial for childbearing.
Let’s wish Linda a smooth delivery (if she’s pregnant) and good health for she and her baby.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun