Institute of Prediction Technology & Forensic Mathematics (PT&FM)
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Institute of Prediction Technology & Forensic Mathematics (PT&FM)

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Analysis of Countenance Formula (C)
Remainder of Solar Year (y): R[y/12]R=0R=1R=2R=3R=4R=5R=6R=7R=8R=9R=10R=11
Zone of Countenance (C=Chzon / Houron &C[y,m,d,h])LETGCHKEIMSULETGCHKEIMSU

The Countenance Formula: C=Chzon / Houron &C[y,m,d,h]
ExplanationIf C=Chzon, the zone is equal to `KE', `TG', `SU' or `LE'. These are `Chzons'. `Chzons' are `Timeons' related to `Destiny Characteristics' (Chz). The variables of `Chz' are solar year (y), solar month (m), lunar day (d) and the time (h) reckoning on a 24-hour base. If C=Houron, the zone is equal to `CH' or `IM'. `CH' and `IM' are `Hourons'. `Houron' is a `Timeon' related to a `Couple Hours'. `y' is the year of birth of a person in Gregorian calendar after `Joint of Year'. `Joint of Year' is `Joint of February'. If the time of birth is before `Joint of February', it is regarded as previous year. `m' is the month of birth of a person in Gregorian calendar after `Joint of Month'. If the time of birth of a person is before `Joint of Month', it is regarded as previous month. `d' is the lunar day of birth of a person. `h' is the time of birth of a person reckoning on a 24-hour base. `&C[ ]' is a conditional function of an event such that the mathematical expression after the `:' sign must be operated if the event occurs (i.e. The conditional `&C[ ]' becomes true.). `R[y/n]' is a remainder function such that it takes the remainder of `y' divided by `n'. `n' is a natural number. `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `C=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if C>11 then `C' becomes `C-12' and if C<0 then `C' becomes `C+12'. Thus, the value range of `C=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11.
Example: C=ChzonIf y=1998, m=4, d=14, h=5:37 and Chz=8, R[y/12]=R[1998/12]=6. Apply the Countenance Formula `C=Chzon / Houron &C[y,m,d,h]'. C=LE. `LE' is a `Chzon' and `LE=9-Chz (Mod 12). Thus, C=9-Chz (Mod 12). C=9-8 (Mod 12). C=1 (Mod 12). C=1.
Example: C=HouronIf y=2000, m=9, d=7, h=13:15 and Chz=2, R[y/12]=R[2000/12]=8. Apply the Countenance Formula `C=Chzon / Houron &C[y,m,d,h]'. C=CH. `CH' is an `Houron' and `CH=10-A[h/2] (Mod 12)'. Thus, C=10-A[h/2] (Mod 12). C=10-A[(13+15/60)/2] (Mod 12). C=10-A[(13.25)/2] (Mod 12). C=10-A[6.625] (Mod 12). C=10-7 (Mod 12). C=3 (Mod 12). C=3.