Institute of Prediction Technology & Forensic Mathematics (PT&FM)
President: John Wong

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

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Specific Terms & Definitions of `PT&FM'
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Specific TermsExplanation
1.Positive & NegativeIn the real world, `Positive' is `Concrete' or `Increasing'. It means `Full'. `Negative' is `Void' or `Decreasing'. It means `Empty'. In `PT&FM', `Positive' and `Negative' are abstract terms. `Positive' can be regarded as a process from empty to full and `Negative' can be regarded as a process from full to empty. In `PT&FM', though the natures of `Positive' and `Negative' are opposite, `Positive' and `Negative' are complementary. When `Positive’ is increasing, `Negative’ is decreasing. When `Positive’ is decreasing, `Negative’ is increasing. The sum of both portions is always equal to 1. A man with positive numers is very strong and has more masculinity. On the other hand, a woman with negative numers is very beautiful and frail. The values of `Stems' with positive nature are odd numbers. The values of `Stems' with negative nature are even numbers. The values of `Roots' with negative nature are odd numbers. The values of `Roots' with positive nature are even numbers. All the things happened in the world must obey the rules of the complementary natures of `Positive' and `Negative'. The changes of things happened in the world related to `Positive' and `Negative' are defined as `Events'. In ancient time, Chinese people recorded events by combinations of `Stems' and `Roots'. For time recording, the combination of a stem and a root must be both positive in nature or both negative in nature to form a `Time Code' (TC). So, a positive stem never combines with a negative root to form a `Time Code' and a negative stem never combines with a positive root to form a `Time Code'. Hence, the sum (U+Z) of the values of stem (U) and root (Z) of a time code must be an odd number. For example, the stem (U) in time code `G8' is `G' and `G' is the seventh alphabet. So, U=7. The root (Z) in time code `G8' is 8 so Z=8. U+Z=7+8, U+Z=15. 15 is an odd number. For example, the stem (U) in time code `J11' is `J' and `J' is the tenth alphabet. So, U=10. The root (Z) in time code `J11' is 11 so Z=11. U+Z=10+11, U+Z=21. 21 is also an odd number. The recessive allele of `Odd' or `Positive' nature of the sum of time code (U+Z) is analogous to the X chromosome in human DNA genetic code to give birth of a male. The Stem Nature Formula is Ns=U (Mod 2). `U' is any stem. `Ns' is the nature of stem. `Ns=(Mod 2)' is a modulated function such that if Ns>1 then `Ns' becomes `Ns-2' and if Ns<0 then `Ns' becomes `Ns+2'. Thus, the value range of `Ns=(Mod 2)' is from 0 to 1. If Ns=1, the nature of stem is positive or it is an odd stem. If Ns=0, the nature of stem is negative or it is an even stem. The Root Nature Formula is Nr=Z+1 (Mod 2). `Z' is any root. `Nr' is the nature of root. `Nr=(Mod 2)' is a modulated function such that if Nr>1 then `Nr' becomes `Nr-2' and if Nr<0 then `Nr' becomes `Nr+2'. Thus, the value range of `Nr=(Mod 2)' is from 0 to 1. If Nr=1, the nature of root is positive or it is an odd root. Note that the values of these roots are even. If Nr=0, the nature of root is negative or it is an even root. Note that the values of these roots are odd.
2.Five SpiritsIn the real world, `Five Spirits' are five elements that control the ecology of the world. They are related to the weather and soil in four seasons. The five spirits repeat and repeat in the same phase with the nature in every year. The first of the five spirits is `Wood'. It is an icon of the weather in early and in the middle of spring. The `Roots of Month’ (Z2) in each year are fix. The `Root of Month’ of early spring is Z2=2. It is approximately equivalent to February in Gregorian calendar. Note that the `Joint’ of two consecutive months in not on the first day of the month in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of the middle of spring is Z2=3. It is approximately equivalent to March in Gregorian calendar. The second spirit is `Fire'. It is an icon of the weather in early and in the middle of summer. The `Root of Month’ of early summer is Z2=5. It is approximately equivalent to May in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of the middle of summer is Z2=6. It is approximately equivalent to June in Gregorian calendar. The third spirit is `Metal'. It is an icon of the weather in early and in the middle of autumn. The `Root of Month’ of early autumn is Z2=8. It is approximately equivalent to August in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of the middle of autumn is Z2=9. It is approximately equivalent to September in Gregorian calendar. The fourth spirit is `Water'. It is an icon of the weather in early and in the middle of winter. The `Root of Month’ of early winter is Z2=11. It is approximately equivalent to November in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of the middle of winter is Z2=12 (Mod 12). `Z2=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z2>11 then `Z2' becomes `Z2-12' and if Z2<0 then `Z2' becomes `Z2+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z2=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Note that Z2=12 (Mod 12) can be simplified to Z2=0. It is approximately equivalent to December in Gregorian calendar. The fifth spirit is `Soil'. It is an icon of the weather between two consecutive seasons which I call them as `Inter-seasons'. `Soil’ is an icon of `Inter-seasons’. The `Root of Month’ of late spring is Z2=4. It is approximately equivalent to April in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of late summer is Z2=7. It is approximately equivalent to July in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of late autumn is Z2=10. It is approximately equivalent to October in Gregorian calendar. The `Root of Month’ of late winter is Z2=1. It is approximately equivalent to January in Gregorian calendar. The weather condition is in reference to 32 degrees latitude north and 120 degrees longitude east (Purple Mountain Observatory in Nanjing, China). The five spirits always change with the weather simultaneously. So, in north hemisphere, plants are budding in spring. Summer is hot and sunny. Cool winds blow in autumn. Water is cold and icy in winter. The soil between two consecutive seasons also changes according to the weather. The soil is wet in spring, hot in summer, dry in autumn and cold in winter. If a person who was born or live in south hemisphere, the five spirits must be re-arranged to fit the actual weather conditions. In this case, the five `Spirits’ should be re-arranged in opposite positions. Owing to the characteristics and functions of the five `Spirits’, the relations of `Production', `Restraint', `Control' and `Diminution' are established. Wood can produce fire and `Wood' supports `Fire'. Things on fire become ash and result in soil. So `Fire' produces `Soil' and supports `Soil’. Soil gives out metals or minerals on earth. So, `Soil' produces `Metal' and supports `Metal'. Hot solid metals become soft and change to liquid like water. So, `Metal' produces `Water' and supports `Water'. Water gives rise to plants and plants are made of wood. So, `Water' produces `Wood' and supports `Wood'. Since plants absorb nutrients from soil making soil empty and plants are made of `Wood', `Wood' can restrain `Soil'. Fire can deform and melt metal. So, `Fire' can restrain `Metal'. Soil can form an embankment or a dam to cease flooding or flowing of a river. So, `Soil' can restrain `Water'. A metal axe can chop down a tree or wood into pieces. So, `Metal' can restrain `Wood'. Water can extinguish fire. So, `Water' can restrain `Fire'. If a `Spirit' can restrain another, it means the `Spirit' can cease or get control over the other easily. So, `Wood' threatens `Soil' and can control `Soil'. `Fire' threatens `Metal' and can control `Metal'. `Soil' threatens `Water' and can control `Water'. `Metal' threatens `Wood' and can control `Wood'. `Water' threatens `Fire' and can control `Fire'. Although the `Spirit' which is restrained is hurt, the strength of the one that restrains it will also decrease in magnitude. This phenomenon is called `Diminution' or `Consumption'. The `Spirit' (e.g.: `Metal') that restrains me (e.g.: `Wood') will be diminished in magnitude by another `Spirit' (e.g.: `Water') that supports me. For example, the strength of `Metal' is diminished by `Water' because `Water' (liquid metal) consumes some energy of `Metal' in the process of transformation from solid metal to liquid metal. So, `Wood' consumes `Water' and diminishes the strength of `Water'. `Fire' consumes `Wood' and diminishes the strength of `Wood'. `Soil' consumes `Fire' and diminishes the strength of `Fire'. `Metal' consumes `Soil' and diminishes the strength of `Soil'. `Water' consumes `Metal' and diminishes the strength of `Metal'. In `PT&FM', the five `Spirits' are abstract things. In fact, they are invisible supernatural powers. They all involve in weather and natural phenomenon of events on earth. The existence of the five `Spirits' can be understood only by inspecting the relations of the `Stems' and `Roots' against time of an incident happened in history by case study. I called the incidents happened in the world as `Events'. In fact, all the `Events' happened in the world are controlled by the five `Spirits'. The influences of these five `Spirits' can only be seen and detected by mathematical calculations involving the `Stems' and `Roots' of time.
3.StemThere are altogether 10 `Stems'. In the real world, `Stems' are symbols to keep records of year, month, day and time by ancient Chinese people. The function of combinations of `Stems' and `Roots' is similar to the Gregorian calendar in the West. In `PT&FM', Chinese symbols of `Stems' are not used. Instead, alphabets in block letters are used. So, the ten `Stems' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J respectively. The stems of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I' are called `Odd Stems' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J' are called `Even Stems'. The nature of odd stems are positive but the nature of even stems are negative. The direction and location of `A' and `B' are east. They both belong to `Wood', but `A' is like a tree and `B' is like a herb. The direction and location of `C' and `D' are south. They both belong to `Fire', but `C' is like fierce fire and `D' is like the flame of a candle. The location of `E' and `F' is in the middle. They both belong to `Soil', but `E' is like concrete soil and `F' is like wet mud. The direction and location of `G' and `H' are west. They both belong to `Metal', but `G' is like an axe and `H' is like a soft metallic ornament. The direction and location of `I' and `J' are north. They both belong to `Water', but `I' is like a river and `J' is like some dew. The ten `Stems' are not only symbols. Each `Stem' has its unique value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the ten `Stems' are the order of the letters in alphabets. Thus, for `Stems', A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10. The change of `Stem' every year is not on 1st January of Gregorian calendar nor on the first day of the first month of lunar calendar. It is on the date of `Joint of February', roughly on 4th of February in Gregorian calendar. If the date is before `Joint of February', the `Stem' of year (y) is equal to the previous solar year. That is `y-1'. In `PT&FM', the values of the ten `Stems' are closely related to the last digits of the years in a Gregorian calendar. Owing to the fact that the `Stem' of 1984 is `A' and the last digit of 1984 is 4, the `Stems' of the rest years can be found out respectively. Thus, if the last digit is 5, the `Stem' is `B'. So, 6 is `C', 7 is `D', 8 is `E', 9 is `F', 10 or 0 is `G', 1 is `H', 2 is `I', 3 is `J'. If the records of year, month, day and time are expressed in the form of `YyMmDdHh', they are called `Sizhu' or `Bazi'. `Y', `M', `D', `H' are `Stems' and `y', `m', `d', `h' are roots. `Sizhu' means `Four Pillars', namely the `Pillar of Year', the `Pillar of Month', the `Pillar of Day' and the `Pillar of Hour'. Each `Pillar' consists of one `Stem' and one `Root'. `Bazi' means `Eight Words' because `Four Pillars' are composed of four stems and four roots of year, month, day and time, altogether eight codes. The `Stem' (U1) of the year (y) in Gregorian calendar can be calculated because the value of the `Stem' is the order of it. The `Year Stem Formula ' is U1=y- 3 (Mod 10). `U1=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U1>10 then `U1' becomes `U1-10' and if U1<1 then `U1' becomes `U1+10'. Thus, the value range of `U1=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10.
4.RootThere are altogether 12 `Roots'. In the real world, `Roots' are symbols to keep records of year, month, day and time by ancient Chinese people. The function of combinations of `Stems' and `Roots' is similar to the Gregorian calendar in the West. In `PT&FM', Chinese symbols of `Roots' are not used. Instead, alphabets in block letters are used. The `Roots' are twelve divisions of the space in the universe and each zone consists of 30 degrees. Altogether, 12 zones are 360 degrees. Let the zone number of `Root A' be 0. The value of `A' is 0. The true bearing of `Zone 0' is from 345 degrees to 15 degrees. The zone number of `Root B' is 1. The value of `B' is 1. The true bearing of `Zone 1' is from 15 degrees to 45 degrees. The zone number of `Root C' is 2. The value of `C' is 2. The true bearing of `Zone 2' is from 45 degrees to 75 degrees. The zone number of `Root D' is 3. The value of `D' is 3. The true bearing of `Zone 3' is from 75 degrees to 105 degrees. The zone number of `Root E' is 4. The value of `E' is 4. The true bearing of `Zone 4' is from 105 degrees to 135 degrees. The zone number of `Root F' is 5. The value of `F' is 5. The true bearing of `Zone 5' is from 135 degrees to 165 degrees. The zone number of `Root G' is 6. The value of `G' is 6. The true bearing of `Zone 6' is from 165 degrees to 195 degrees. The zone number of `Root H' is 7. The value of `H' is 7. The true bearing of `Zone 7' is from 195 degrees to 225 degrees. The zone number of `Root I' is 8. The value of `I' is 8. The true bearing of `Zone 8' is from 225 degrees to 255 degrees. The zone number of `Root J' is 9. The value of `J' is 9. The true bearing of `Zone 9' is from 255 degrees to 285 degrees. The zone number of `Root K' is 10. The value of `K' is 10. The true bearing of `Zone 10' is from 285 degrees to 315 degrees. The zone number of `Root L' is 11. The value of `L' is 11. The true bearing of `Zone 11' is from 315 degrees to 345 degrees. The `Roots' of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' and the `Roots' of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The nature of odd roots are positive but the nature of even roots are negative. The direction and location of `Zone 2' (C) and `Zone 3' (D) belong to east. `Zone 2' is east-north-east and `Zone 3' is east. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' both belong to `Wood'. The `Roots' are also related to weathers and months in a year. `Root C' is February. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring. It consists of 70% of `Stem A', 20% of `Stem C' and 10% of `Stem E'. `Root D' is March. In term of the sign of weather, `Root D' is mid-spring. It consists of 100% of `Stem B'. The direction and location of `Zone 4' (E) also belong to east. `Zone 4' is east-south-east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. `Root E' is also related to weather and month in a year. `Root E' is April. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring. It consists of 60% of `Stem E', 25% of `Stem B' and 15% of `Stem J'. The combination of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' is the season of spring. The sign of spring in the `Five Spirits' is `Wood'. So, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combined to form `Wood' in the east and their strengths also concentrate in the east. The direction and location of `Zone 5' (F) and `Zone 6' (G) belong to south. `Zone 5' is south-south-east and `Zone 6' is south. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' both belong to `Fire'. The `Roots' are also related to weathers and months in a year. `Root F' is May. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer. It consists of 70% of `Stem C', 20% of `Stem G' and 10% of `Stem E'. `Root G' is June. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root G' is mid-summer. It consists of 75% of `Stem D' and 25% of `Stem F'. The direction and location of `Zone 7' (H) also belong to south. `Zone 7' is south-south-west. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. `Root H' is also related to weather and month in a year. `Root H' is July. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer. It consists of 60% of `Stem F', 25% of `Stem D' and 15% of `Stem B'. The combination of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' is the season of summer. The sign of summer in the `Five Spirits' is `Fire'. So, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combined to form `Fire' in the south and their strengths also concentrate in the south. The direction and location of `Zone 8' (I) and `Zone 9' (J) belong to west. `Zone 8' is west-south-west and `Zone 9' is west. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' both belong to `Metal'. The `Roots' are also related to weathers and months in a year. `Root I' is August. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn. It consists of 70% of `Stem G', 20% of `Stem I' and 10% of `Stem E'. `Root J' is September. In term of the sign of weather, `Root J' is mid-autumn. It consists of 100% of `Stem H'. The direction and location of `Zone 10' (K) also belong to west. `Zone 10' is west-north-west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Metal'. `Root K' is also related to weather and month in a year. `Root K' is October. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn. It consists of 60% of `Stem E', 25% of `Stem H' and 15% of `Stem D'. The combination of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' is the season of autumn. The sign of autumn in the `Five Spirits' is `Metal'. So, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combined to form `Metal' in the west and their strengths also concentrate in the west. The direction and location of `Zone 11' (L) and `Zone 0' (A) belong to north. `Zone 11' is north-north-west and `Zone 0' is north. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' both belong to `Water'. The `Roots' are also related to weathers and months in a year. `Root L' is November. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter. It consists of 75% of `Stem I' and 25% of `Stem A'. `Root A' is December. In term of the sign of weather, `Root A' is mid-winter. It consists of 100% of `Stem J'. The direction and location of `Zone 1' (B) also belong to north. `Zone 1' is north-north-east. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Water'. `Root B' is also related to weather and month in a year. `Root B' is January. In terms of the signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter. It consists of 60% of `Stem F', 25% of `Stem J' and 15% of `Stem H'. The combination of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' is the season of winter. The sign of winter in the `Five Spirits' is `Water'. So, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combined to form `Water' in the north and their strengths also concentrate in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the twelve `Roots' follow their orders beginning from zero. Thus, for the `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10 and L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. The change of the `Root' in every year is not on 1st January of Gregorian calendar nor on the first day of the first month of lunar calendar. It is on the date of `Joint of February', roughly on 4th of February in Gregorian calendar. If the date is before `Joint of February', the `Root' of year (y) is equal to the root of previous solar year. That is `y-1'. The change of `Stem' and `Root' of a year must be taken place simultaneously. In `PT&FM', the values of the twelve `Roots' are closely related to the years in a Gregorian calendar because the `Root' of a year can be found by the remainder of the year divided by 12. Owing to the fact that the `Root' of 1984 is `A' and the remainder of 1984 divided by 12 is 4, the remainder 4 stands for `Root A'. The rest can be found out respectively. Thus, if the remainder is 5, the `Root' is `B'. So, 6 is `C', 7 is `D', 8 is `E', 9 is `F', 10 is `G', 11 is `H', 0 is `I', 1 is `J', 2 is `K', 3 is `L'. The value of the `Root' (Z1) of year (y) in Gregorian calendar can be calculated directly by setting up an equation to adjust the remainder so that the result is equal to the value of the `Root'. The `Year Root Formula' is Z1=y- 4 (Mod 12). `Z1=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z1>11 then `Z1' becomes `Z1-11' and if Z1<0 then `Z1' becomes `Z1+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z1=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. If the records of year, month, day and time are expressed in the form of `YyMmDdHh', they are called `Four Pillars' or `Eight Words'. `Y', `M', `D', `H' are `Stems' and `y', `m', `d', `h' are roots. `Yy' is called the `Pillar of Year'. `Mm' is called the `Pillar of Month'. `Dd' is called the `Pillar of Day' and `Hh' is called the `Pillar of Hour'. Each `Pillar' consists of one `Stem' and one `Root'. `Eight Words' means there are four `Stems' and four `Roots' in `Four Pillars', altogether eight codes. The change of the `Root' of a month is not on the first day of a solar month nor the first day of a lunar month. The boundary between two months is called a `Joint of Month'. The date before `Joint of Month' is regarded as the `Root' of previous month. The `Stem' and `Root' change simultaneously after `Joint of Month'. The date of `Joint of Month' usually is not the same in each solar month. Normally, `Joint of January' is roughly on 6th of January. `Joint of February' is roughly on 4th of February. `Joint of March' is roughly on 6th of March. `Joint of April' is roughly on 5th of April. `Joint of May' is roughly on 6th of May. `Joint of June' is roughly on 6th of June. `Joint of July' is roughly on 7th of July. `Joint of August' is roughly on 8th of August. `Joint of September' is roughly on 8th of September. `Joint of October' is roughly on 8th of October. `Joint of November' is roughly on 8th of November. `Joint of December' is roughly on 7th of December. The values of the `Stem' (U2) and `Root' (Z2) of a month are related to the year (y) and month (m) of Gregorian calendar. The relations are called the `Month Stem Formula' and the `Month Root Formula'. The `Month Stem Formula' is U2=3+m+2x{R[y/10] (Mod 5)} (Mod 10). `R[y/10]' is a remainder function such that it is the remainder of the solar year, `y', divided by 10. `R=(Mod 5)' is a modulated function such that if R>5 then `R' becomes `R-5' and if R<1 then `R' becomes `R+5'. Thus, the value range of `R=(Mod 5)' is from 1 to 5. `U2=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U2>10 then `U2' becomes `U2-10' and if U2<1 then `U2' becomes `U2+10'. Thus, the value range of `U2=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The `Month Root Formula' is Z2=m (Mod 12), `Z2=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z2>11 then `Z2' becomes `Z2-12' and if Z2<0 then `Z2' becomes `Z2+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z2=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. The values of the `Stem' (U3) and `Root' (Z3) of a day are related to the year (y), month (m) and the number of days (d) counting from 1st of January to the date in Gregorian calendar. The relations are called the `Day Stem Formula' and the `Day Root Formula'. The `Day Stem Formula' is U3=5+365(y-1)+I[(y-1)/4]-I[(y-1)/100]+I[(y-1)/400]-I[(y-1)/3225]+d (Mod 10). `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `U3=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U3>10 then `U3' becomes `U3-10' and if U3<1 then `U3' becomes `U3+10'. Thus, the value range of `U3=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The `Day Root Formula' is Z3=2+365(y-1)+I[(y-1)/4]-I[(y-1)/100]+I[(y-1)/400]-I[(y-1)/3225]+d (Mod 12) or Z3=U3-3 (Mod 12). `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `Z3=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z3>11 then `Z3' becomes `Z3-12' and if Z3<0 then `Z3' becomes `Z3+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z3=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. The earth revolves at an average speed of 465 metres per second in the equatorial region from west to east. It revolves 360 degrees in 24 hours, called 1 day. The time it revolves 1 degree of longitude on the earth is 4 minutes. That is, a period of 4 seconds of time is equivalent to 1 minute of longitudinal distance on earth. The linear speed (s) of any point on the surface of the earth is inversely proportional to its latitude (y). The relation of the linear speed of the earth's revolution and its latitude is called the `Earth's Revolving Speed Formula'. The `Earth's Revolving Speed Formula' is s=465 cos y metre/second. For example, the latitude of Hong Kong is 22 degrees 15 minutes of north (22.25 degrees of north). s=465 cos (22.25 degrees) metre/second, s=465x0.92554 metre/second, s=430.3761 metre/second. It means in the region of Hong Kong the earth evolves about 430 metres per second. Hence, 1 minute deviation of time means approximately 430 metres of linear distance deviation in the region of Hong Kong. The time interval of four and one-sixth seconds (approximate 4.17 seconds) is called a `Tiny Second'. In the region of Hong Kong, a `Tiny Second' of time is equivalent to 1,793 metres of linear distance on land or sea. The `Root' of a day shifts to the next after the time passing the meridian of midnight at the location. If the longitude of the location is different from the longitude of its time zone, adjustment must be made. The conversion calculation of 1degree of longitude is equivalent to a period of 4 minutes of time. If the longitude of the location is in the west of the longitude of the standard general time zone, the time deviation must be added to the standard general time. For example, the location of Hong Kong is latitude 22 degrees 15 minutes of north and longitude 114 degrees 12 minutes of east. Hong Kong is on the western side of her standard general time zone, longitude 120 degrees of east. The time deviation is 23 minutes 12 seconds. So, the time of midnight at location of longitude 114 degrees 12 minutes is 0:23:12. It means that the time at 0:23:12 is beginning of the next day. The `Root' of the day changes to the next at 0:23:12. The `Root' of hour begins from `A'. Hence, `Root A' of hour is from 0:23:12 to 1:23:11. `Root A' is also called `Root A in the Morning'. `Root B' of hour is from 1:23:12 to 3:23:11. `Root C' of hour is from 3:23:12 to 5:23:11. `Root D' of hour is from 5:23:12 to 7:23:11. `Root E' of hour is from 7:23:12 to 9:23:11. `Root F' of hour is from 9:23:12 to 11:23:11. `Root G' of hour is from 11:23:12 to 13:23:11. `Root H' of hour is from 13:23:12 to 15:23:11. `Root I' of hour is from 15:23:12 to 17:23:11. `Root J' of hour is from 17:23:12 to 19:23:11. `Root K' of hour is from 19:23:12 to 21:23:11. `Root L' of hour is from 21:23:12 to 23:23:11. `Root A2' of hour is from 23:23:12 to 0:23:11 in the next day of standard general time zone. `Root A2' is often written as `Root A'. It is the same as `Root A', but it is called `Root A at Night'. If the longitude of the location is in the east of the longitude of the standard general time zone, the time deviation must be subtracted by the standard general time. For example, the location of Shanghai is latitude 21 degrees 31 minutes of north and longitude 121 degrees 50 minutes of east. Shanghai is on the eastern side of her standard general time zone, longitude 120 degrees of east. The time deviation is 7 minutes 20 seconds. So, the time of midnight at location of longitude 121 degrees 50 minutes is 23:52:40. It means that the time at 23:52:40 is beginning of the next day. The `Root' of the day changes to the next at 23:52:40. The `Root' of hour begins from `A'. Hence, `Root A' of hour is from 23:52:40 to 0:52:39. `Root A' is called the `Root A in the Morning'. `Root B' of hour is from 0:52:40 to 2:52:39. `Root C' of hour is from 2:52:40 to 4:52:39. `Root D' of hour is from 4:52:40 to 6:52:39. `Root E' of hour is from 6:52:40 to 8:52:39. `Root F' of hour is from 8:52:40 to 10:52:39. `Root G' of hour is from 10:52:40 to 12:52:39. `Root H' of hour is from 12:52:40 to 14:52:39. `Root I' of hour is from 14:52:40 to 16:52:39. `Root J' of hour is from 16:52:40 to 18:52:39. `Root K' of hour is from 18:52:40 to 20:52:39. `Root L' of hour is from 20:52:40 to 22:52:39. `Root A2' of hour is from 22:52:40 to 23:52:39 of standard general time zone. As there are twelve values in `Roots' of hours and there are 24 hours in one day, a value of `Root' of hours stands for 2 hours. The value of the `Root' of a couple of hours shifts to the next after passing an odd number hour. The value of the `Stem' of a couple of hours (U4) is related to the `Stem' of day (U3) and the `Root' of a couple of hours (Z4). The relations are called the `Hour Stem Formula' and the `Hour Root Formula'. The `Hour Stem Formula' is U4=Z4-1+2x{U3+a&C{A[h/2]<12: a=0, A[h/2]=12:a=1} (Mod 10). `&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.). `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `U4=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U4>10 then `U4' becomes `U4-10' and if U4<1 then `U4' becomes `U4+10'. Thus, the value range of `U4=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The value of the `Root' of a couple of hours (Z4) can be calculated directly from the time (h) expressed in 24-hour system. The `Hour Root Formula' is Z4=A[h/2] (Mod 12). `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `Z4=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z4>11 then `Z4' becomes `Z4-11' and if Z4<0 then `Z4' becomes `Z4+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z4=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. The time of a `Root' of a couple of hours is equivalent to 120 minutes. If the period of time is divided by twelve equal parts, each duration is 10 minutes. It is called the `Minute Root' and its corresponding `Stem' is called `Minute Stem'. The `Minute Stem' (U5) and `Minute Root' (Z5) are related to the `Hour Stem' (U4). They are called the `Minute Stem Formula' and the `Minute Root Formula'. The `Minute Stem Formula' is U5=Z5-1+2xU4 (Mod 10). `U5=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U5>10 then `U5' becomes `U5-10' and if U5<1 then `U5' becomes `U5+10'. Thus, the value range of `U5=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The `Minute Root Formula' is Z5=I[{t-60 (Mod 120)}/10]'. `t' is the time counting in minutes reckoning in 24-hour system. `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `n=(Mod 120)' is a modulated function such that if n>119 then `n' becomes `n-120' and if n<0 then `n' becomes `n+120'. Thus, the value range of `n=(Mod 120)' is from 0 to 119. Find out the value of `Minute Root' first and then the `Minute Stem'. The time of a `Minute Root' is 10 minutes and it is equivalent to 600 seconds. If the period of time is divided by twelve equal parts, each duration is 50 seconds. It is called the `Second Root' and its corresponding `Stem' is called `Second Stem'. The `Second Stem' (U6) and `Second Root' (Z6) are related to the `Minute Stem' (U5). They are called the `Second Stem Formula' and the `Second Root Formula'. The `Second Stem Formula' is U6=Z6-1+2xU5 (Mod 10). `U6=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U6>10 then `U6' becomes `U6-10' and if U6<1 then `U6' becomes `U6+10'. Thus, the value range of `U6=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The `Second Root Formula' is Z6=I[{{t (Mod 7200)} (Mod 600)}/50]. `t' is the time counting in seconds reckoning in 24-hour system. `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `a=(Mod 7200)' is a modulated function such that if a>7199 then `a' becomes `a-7200' and if a<0 then `a' becomes `a+7200'. Thus, the value range of `a=(Mod 7200)' is from 0 to 7199. `b=(Mod 600)' is a modulated function such that if b>599 then `b' becomes `b-600' and if b<0 then `b' becomes `b+600'. Thus, the value range of `b=(Mod 600)' is from 0 to 599. Find out the value of `Second Root' first and then the `Second Stem'. The time of a `Second Root' is 50 seconds. If the period of time is divided by twelve equal parts, each duration is four and one-sixth seconds (approximate 4.17 seconds). It is called the `Tiny Root' and its corresponding `Stem' is called `Tiny Stem'. The `Tiny Stem' (U7) and `Tiny Root' (Z7) are related to the `Second Stem' (U6). They are called the `Tiny Stem Formula' and the `Tiny Root Formula'. The `Tiny Stem Formula' is U7=Z7-1+2xU6 (Mod 10). `U7=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U7>10 then `U7' becomes `U7-10' and if U7<1 then `U7' becomes `U7+10'. Thus, the value range of `U7=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. The `Tiny Root Formula' is Z7=I[6x{{{t (Mod 7200)} (Mod 600)} (Mod 50)}/25]. `t' is the time counting in seconds reckoning in 24-hour system. `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `a=(Mod 7200)' is a modulated function such that if a>7199 then `a' becomes `a-7200' and if a<0 then `a' becomes `a+7200'. Thus, the value range of `a=(Mod 7200)' is from 0 to 7199. `b=(Mod 600)' is a modulated function such that if b>599 then `b' becomes `b-600' and if b<0 then `b' becomes `b+600'. Thus, the value range of `b=(Mod 600)' is from 0 to 599. `c=(Mod 50)' is a modulated function such that if c>49 then `c' becomes `c-50' and if c<0 then `c' becomes `c+50'. Thus, the value range of `c=(Mod 50)' is from 0 to 49. Find out the value of `Tiny Root' first and then the `Tiny Stem'.
5.NumerA `Numer’is a basic unit which can be operated by mathematical approach in numerology. `Numer’ is a new word created from the word `Numerology’. Each `Numer' consists of one `Stem' and one `Root'. Several `Numers’ can join together to form a longer `Numer’. If a `Time Code’ or `Fortune Code’ is expressed in the form of the combination of one `Stem’ and one `Root’, it is a `Numer’. For example, `A1’ is a `Numer’ and `J11’ is another one. An example of a longer `Numer’ starting with `Year Code’ is `D9B5G0J7’. It means the `Year Code’ is `D9’. The `Month Code’ is `B5’. The `Day Code’ is `G0’. The `Hour Code’ is `J7’. A `Numer’ of any length can show the exact time of an incident. If the year, month, day and hour of birth of a person are expressed in the form of `YyMmDdHh' and `Y', `M', `D', `H' are `Stems' and `y', `m', `d', `h' are roots, the ` Numer' is called `Birth Numer'. `Yy’ is called `Year Numer’. `Mm’ is called `Month Numer’. `Dd’ is called `Day Numer’. `Hh’ is called `Hour Numer’. Even though the `Birth Numer' is not complete, the `Hour Code’ is missing as an example, it is also regarded as a `Birth Numer'. In a complete `Birth Numer', there are always four basic units of `Numer' combined to form it. They are composed of four stems and four roots related to year, month, day and hour of birth. There are altogether eight codes. A `Birth Numer' can consist of `Time Codes’ more than eight codes because a `Birth Numer' can consist of `Minute Code’, `Second Code’ as well as `Tiny Code’. In that case, the `Birth Numer’ contains altogether 14 codes. The order of arrangement of `Time Codes’ in a `Birth Numer’ is `Year Code’, `Month Code’, `Day Code’, `Hour Code’, `Minute Code’, `Second Code’ and `Tiny Code’ repectively. `Birth Numer' is crucial in fortune-telling in numerology. The `Stem’ and `Root’ in `Year Numer' represent the status of grand-parents. The `Stem’ and `Root’ in `Month Numer' represent the status of siblings or spouse. The `Stem’ in `Day Numer' is called `Ego’. It represents the status of self. The `Root’ in `Day Numer' is called `Spouse’. It represents the status of spouse. The `Stem’ and `Root’ in `Hour Numer' represent the status of descendants, mainly sons and daughters. The `Birth Numer' of a person is crucial in fortune-telling because the principles of `Produce’, `Restrain’, `Control’ and `Diminish’ in the relations of five `Spirits’ can be applied to `Birth Numer’ against `Fortune Codes’. The principles of `Produce’, `Restrain’, `Control’, `Diminish’, `Concur’, `synthesize’ and `Oppose’ in the relations of `Stems’ and `Roots’ also apply to `Birth Numer’ against `Fortune Codes’ in numerology. The `Time Code’ of the fortune of a person is also named as `Numer’. A `Numer’ of fortune may be a combination of `Millennial Fortune Code’, `Centennial Fortune Code’, `Decade (Big) Fortune Code’, `Annual (Small) Fortune Code’, `Year Code’, `Month Code’, `Day Code’, `Hour Code’, `Minute Code’, `Second Code’ and `Tiny Code’ or any combination of them to show the time and fortune. The order of arrangement of `Time Codes’ in a `Fortune Numer’ is `Millennial Fortune Code’, `Centennial Fortune Code’, `Decade (Big) Fortune Code’, `Annual (Small) Fortune Code’, `Year Code’, `Month Code’, `Day Code’, `Hour Code’, `Minute Code’, `Second Code’ and `Tiny Code’ respectively. So, the longest `Fortune Numer’ may contain 22 codes or even more. For fortune-telling in numerology, usually the `Millennial Fortune Code’, `Centennial Fortune Code’, `Minute Code’, `Second Code’ and `Tiny Code’ are not considered. For example, a person whose `Birth Numer’ is `J11F7B9B9’ comes across a `Fortune Numer’ of `F7J7I4F9B9C0’ starting with `Big Fortune Code’. It means the `Big Fortune Code’ is `F7’. The `Small Fortune Code’ is `J7’. The `Year Code’ is `I4’. The `Month Code’ is `F9’. The `Day Code’ is `B9’. The `Hour Code’ is `C0’.
6.Numerology`Numerology' is a basic unit in `Prediction Technology' and `Forensic Mathematics'. It is the order of entries in the table of `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates'. Usually, `Numerology' is expressed by symbol `N'. A `Time Code' (TC) which represents the fortune of a person is called a `Fortune Code' (FC). A pair of `Time Co-ordinates' which represent the fortune of a person is called `Fortune Co-ordinates'. The `Time Co-ordinates' recur in 60. They are expressed as `(U,Z)' where `U' is the `Stem' of `Time Code' and `Z' is the `Root' of `Time Code'. `U' and `Z' are integers. For `U' values (n), 1 is `A', 2 is `B', 3 is `C', 4 is `D', 5 is `E', 6 is `F', 7 is `G', 8 is `H', 9 is `I', 10 is `J'. For `Z' values (n), 0 is `A', 1 is `B', 2 is `C', 3 is `D', 4 is `E', 5 is `F', 6 is `G', 7 is `H', 8 is `I', 9 is `J', 10 is `K', 11 is `L'. For all in terms of alphabets (L), (1,0)=AA, (2,1)=BB, (3,2)=CC, and so on. If ten `Stems' of time match with twelve `Roots' of time, 60 couples are formed. Besides a `Time Code' can be expressed as a pair of `Time Co-ordinates' (U,Z), it can also be expressed in the form of `Ln', `nL', `LL' or `W-W'. The order of them is `Numerology of Time'. For simplicity, it is called `Numerology' (N). The relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Co-ordinates' (U,Z) is: 1=(1,0), 2=(2,1), 3=(3,2), 4=(4,3), 5=(5,4), 6=(6,5), 7=(7,6), 8=(8,7), 9=(9,8), 10=(10,9), 11=(1,10), 12=(2,11), 13=(3,0), 14=(4,1), 15=(5,2), 16=(6,3), 17=(7,4), 18=(8,5), 19=(9,6), 20=(10,7), 21=(1,8), 22=(2,9), 23=(3,10), 24=(4,11), 25=(5,0), 26=(6,1), 27=(7,2), 28=(8,3), 29=(9,4), 30=(10,5), 31=(1,6), 32=(2,7), 33=(3,8), 34=(4,9), 35=(5,10), 36=(6,11), 37=(7,0), 38=(8,1), 39=(9,2), 40=(10,3), 41=(1,4), 42=(2,5), 43=(3,6), 44=(4,7), 45=(5,8), 46=(6,9), 47=(7,10), 48=(8,11), 49=(9,0), 50=(10,1), 51=(1,2), 52=(2,3), 53=(3,4), 54=(4,5), 55=(5,6), 56=(6,7), 57=(7,8), 58=(8,9), 59=(9,10), 60=(10,11). If the `Stem' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L) and the `Root' of time is expressed by a number (n), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (Ln) is: 1=A0, 2=B1, 3=C2, 4=D3, 5=E4, 6=F5, 7=G6, 8=H7, 9=I8, 10=J9, 11=A10, 12=B11, 13=C0, 14=D1, 15=E2, 16=F3, 17=G4, 18=H5, 19=I6, 20=J7, 21=A8, 22=B9, 23=C10, 24=D11, 25=E0, 26=F1, 27=G2, 28=H3, 29=I4, 30=J5, 31=A6, 32=B7, 33=C8, 34=D9, 35=E10, 36=F11, 37=G0, 38=H1, 39=I2, 40=J3, 41=A4, 42=B5, 43=C6, 44=D7, 45=E8, 46=F9, 47=G10, 48=H11, 49=I0, 50=J1, 51=A2, 52=B3, 53=C4, 54=D5, 55=E6, 56=F7, 57=G8, 58=H9, 59=I10, 60=J11. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by a number (n) and the `Root' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (nL) is: 1=1A, 2=2B, 3=3C, 4=4D, 5=5E, 6=6F, 7=7G, 8=8H, 9=9I, 10=10J, 11=1K, 12=2L, 13=3A, 14=4B, 15=5C, 16=6D, 17=7E, 18=8F, 19=9G, 20=10H, 21=1I, 22=2J, 23=3K, 24=4L, 25=5A, 26=6B, 27=7C, 28=8D, 29=9E, 30=10F, 31=1G, 32=2H, 33=3I, 34=4J, 35=5K, 36=6L, 37=7A, 38=8B, 39=9C, 40=10D, 41=1E, 42=2F, 43=3G, 44=4H, 45=5I, 46=6J, 47=7K, 48=8L, 49=9A, 50=10B, 51=1C, 52=2D, 53=3E, 54=4F, 55=5G, 56=6H, 57=7I, 58=8J, 59=9K, 60=10L. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L) and the `Root' of time is also expressed by an alphabet (L), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (LL) is: 1=AA, 2=BB, 3=CC, 4=DD, 5=EE, 6=FF, 7=GG, 8=HH, 9=II, 10=JJ, 11=AK, 12=BL, 13=CA, 14=DB, 15=EC, 16=FD, 17=GE, 18=HF, 19=IG, 20=JH, 21=AI, 22=BJ, 23=CK, 24=DL, 25=EA, 26=FB, 27=GC, 28=HD, 29=IE, 30=JF, 31=AG, 32=BH, 33=CI, 34=DJ, 35=EK, 36=FL, 37=GA, 38=HB, 39=IC, 40=JD, 41=AE, 42=BF, 43=CG, 44=DH, 45=EI, 46=FJ, 47=GK, 48=HL, 49=IA, 50=JB, 51=AC, 52=BD, 53=CE, 54=DF, 55=EG, 56=FH, 57=GI, 58=HJ, 59=IK, 60=JL. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by a word (W) and the `Root' of time is also expressed by a word (W), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (W-W) is: 1=GAP-CHI, 2=EUT-CHO, 3=BIM-YAN, 4=DIM-MOU, 5=MOO-SEN, 6=GAI-CHJ, 7=GEN-NGG, 8=SUN-MEI, 9=YAM-SAN, 10=QUI-YAU, 11=GAP-SHT, 12=EUT-HOI, 13=BIM-CHI, 14=DIM-CHO, 15=MOO-YAN, 16=GAI-MOU, 17=GEN-SEN, 18=SUN-CHJ, 19=YAM-NGG, 20=QUI-MEI, 21=GAP-SAN, 22=EUT-YAU, 23=BIM-SHT, 24=DIM-HOI, 25=MOO-CHI, 26=GAI-CHO, 27=GEN-YAN, 28=SUN-MOU, 29=YAM-SEN, 30=QUI-CHJ, 31=GAP-NGG, 32=EUT-MEI, 33=BIM-SAN, 34=DIM-YAU, 35=MOO-SHT, 36=GAI-HOI, 37=GEN-CHI, 38=SUN-CHO, 39=YAM-YAN, 40=QUI-MOU, 41=GAP-SEN, 42=EUT-CHJ, 43=BIM-NGG, 44=DIM-MEI, 45=MOO-SAN, 46=GAI-YAU, 47=GEN-SHT, 48=SUN-HOI, 49=YAM-CHI, 50=QUI-CHO, 51=GAP-YAN, 52=EUT-MOU, 53=BIM-SEN, 54=DIM-CHJ, 55=MOO-NGG, 56=GAI-MEI, 57=GEN-SAN, 58=SUN-YAU, 59=YAM-SHT, 60=QUI-HOI. Usually, `Numerology' (N) is expressed by one or two digits to note the order of `Time Co-ordinates'. For example, `N=1' or `N=01' means the first entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Time Co-ordinates' and `N=60' means it is the 60th entry. For easier time strap comparison by computer, the `Numerology' (N) must be expressed by two digits. If `N' is a number less than 10, a digit `0' should be placed in front of the number. For example, `N=9' becomes `N=09'. Conventionally, the Numerology (N) of time is expressed beginning with year, then month, day, hour (a period of 2 hours), minute (a period of 10 minutes), second (a period of 50 seconds) and tiny second (a period of 4.17 seconds) respectively. The Numerology (N) of human fortune is expressed beginning with `Big Fortune' (Decade Fortune), then `Small Fortune' (1 year), `Year Fortune' (1 year), `Month Fortune' (1 month), `Day Fortune' (1day), `Hour Fortune' (a period of 2 hours), `Minute Fortune' (a period of 10 minutes), `Second Fortune' (a period of 50 seconds) and `Tiny Fortune' (a period of 4.17 seconds) respectively. For example, `N=28313827133441' stands for `H3(year)A6(month)H1(day)G2(2-hour)C0(10-minute)D9(50-second)A4(4.17-second)'. If `HD' stands for A.D.2011, the time is 3:07:39a.m. on 15th June, 2011. `N=12252225533056' stands for `B11E0B9E0C4J5F7'. If `BL' stands for A.D.1995, the time is 11:44:42p.m. on 20th Dec., 1995. If the `Numerology' of fortune of a person is `N=502717202053321439', it stands for `JBGCGEJHJHCEBHDBIC'. If `GE' stands for A.D.2000, the time is 8:10:59a.m. on 24th July, 2000. A `Time Code' or `Fortune Code' can be expressed in six different formats. `Numerology' (N) is one of them.
7.Position: Direction & LocationPosition means direction and location. In the real world, the ten `Stems' namely 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I & 10.J respectively and twelve `Roots' namely 0.A, 1.B, 2.C, 3.D, 4.E, 5.F, 6.G, 7.H, 8.I, 9.J, 10.K & 11.L respectively can show the direction and location of the occurrence of an event. With reference to the Purple Mountain Observatory at 32 degrees latitude north and 120 degrees longitude east in Nanjing of China as the centre of the earth looking at the sky from the ground, the direction and location of `Stem A' and `Stem B' are east. The direction and location of `Stem C' and `Stem D' are south. The location of `Stem E' and `Stem F' is in the middle. The direction and location of `Stem G' and `Stem H' are west. The direction and location of `Stem I' and `Stem J' are north. In numerology, the difference between the position of a `Stem' (U) and its opposite position (OP) is 6. The Opposite Stem Formula is OP=U+6 or OP=U-6. If the value of the `Stem' (U) is less than 6, add six to it. That is, OP=U+6. The result is the value of the opposite position (OP) of the `Stem'. If the value of the `Stem' (U) is greater than 5, subtract it by six. That is, OP=U-6. The result is the value of the opposite position (OP) of the `Stem'. If the result of `OP' is greater than 10 or less than 1, it means there is no opposite position. In fact, the opposite position of `Stem E' and `Stem F’ is still in the middle. If the position of a `Stem' is in the middle, it means the `Stem' has only location but no direction. With reference to the Purple Mountain Observatory at 32 degrees latitude north and 120 degrees longitude east in Nanjing of China as the centre of the earth looking at the sky from the ground, the `Roots' can represent twelve divisions of the space in the universe and each zone consists of 30 degrees. Altogether, 12 zones are 360 degrees. Let the zone number of `Root A' be 0. The value of `A' is 0. The true bearing of `Zone 0' is from 345 degrees to 15 degrees. The zone number of `Root B' is 1. The value of `B' is 1. The true bearing of `Zone 1' is from 15 degrees to 45 degrees. The zone number of `Root C' is 2. The value of `C' is 2. The true bearing of `Zone 2' is from 45 degrees to 75 degrees. The zone number of `Root D' is 3. The value of `D' is 3. The true bearing of `Zone 3' is from 75 degrees to 105 degrees. The zone number of `Root E' is 4. The value of `E' is 4. The true bearing of `Zone 4' is from 105 degrees to 135 degrees. The zone number of `Root F' is 5. The value of `F' is 5. The true bearing of `Zone 5' is from 135 degrees to 165 degrees. The zone number of `Root G' is 6. The value of `G' is 6. The true bearing of `Zone 6' is from 165 degrees to 195 degrees. The zone number of `Root H' is 7. The value of `H' is 7. The true bearing of `Zone 7' is from 195 degrees to 225 degrees. The zone number of `Root I' is 8. The value of `I' is 8. The true bearing of `Zone 8' is from 225 degrees to 255 degrees. The zone number of `Root J' is 9. The value of `J' is 9. The true bearing of `Zone 9' is from 255 degrees to 285 degrees. The zone number of `Root K' is 10. The value of `K' is 10. The true bearing of `Zone 10' is from 285 degrees to 315 degrees. The zone number of `Root L' is 11. The value of `L' is 11. The true bearing of `Zone 11' is from 315 degrees to 345 degrees. Note that the value of `Root A’ is different from `Stem A’. The value of `Root A’ or `Root=A’ is equal to 0 but the value of `Stem A’ or `Stem=A’ is 1. With reference to the Purple Mountain Observatory at 32 degrees latitude north and 120 degrees longitude east in Nanjing of China as the centre of the earth looking at the sky from the ground, the direction and location of `Root C' (Zone 2) and `Root D' (Zone 3) belong to east. `Root C' is east-north-east and `Root D' is east. The direction and location of `Root E' (Zone 4) also belongs to east. `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction and location of `Root F' (Zone 5) and `Root G' (Zone 6) belong to south. `Root F' is south-south-east and `Root G' is south. The direction and location of `Root H' (Zone 7) also belongs to south. `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction and location of `Root I' (Zone 8) and `Root J' (Zone 9) belong to west. `Root I' is west-south-west and `Root J' is west. The direction and location of `Root K' (Zone 10) also belongs to west. `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction and location of `Root L' (Zone 11) and `Root A' (Zone 0) belong to north. `Root L' is north-north-west and `Root A' is north. The direction and location of `Root B' (Zone 1) also belong to north. `Root B' is north-north-east. In numerology, the difference between the position of a `Root' (Z) and its opposite position (Zo) is 6. That is, Zo=Z+6 or Zo=Z-6. If the value of the `Root' (Z) is less than 6, add six to it. That is, Zo=Z+6. The result is the value of the opposite position (Zo) of the `Root'. If the value of the `Root' (Z) is greater than 5, subtract it by six. That is, Zo=Z-6. The result is the value of the opposite position (Zo) of the `Root'. Combine the two cases together. A general formula can be set up. The Opposite Root Formula is Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12). `Zo=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zo>11 then `Zo' becomes `Zo-12' and if Zo<0 then `Zo' becomes `Zo+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zo=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. For example, find the opposite position (Zo) of `Root H'. The zone number (Z) of `Root H' is 7. Apply the `Opposite Root Formula', Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12). Zo=7+6 (Mod 12). Zo=13 (Mod 12), Zo=13-12, Zo=1. The opposite position of `Root H' is `Root B' because the zone number (Z) of `Root B' is 1. All events happened in the world must follow the changes of the natures of `Stems' and `Roots'. The `Stem' and `Root' change from one to the other can show the direction and location of an event.
8.SeasonsIn the real world, the `Seasons' are spring, summer, autumn, winter and the weather between two consecutive seasons which I call `Inter-seasons'. Actually, `Seasons' are the phenomena of the change of `Five Spirits', namely `Wood', `Fire', `Metal', `Water' and `Soil'. `Seasons' can be divided into twelve `Roots'. In numerology, the date and time beginning of a `Root' (Z) in a solar month (m) is called the `Month Start' because it is the starting point of a `Root' of month. The `Month Start' of a `Root' is called a `Joint of Month'. `Joint of Month' is the border of two `Roots'. The `Month Start' of a `Root' is not on the first day of a solar month nor on the first day of a lunar month. The `Month Start' of a `Root' is on a solar date that varies from 4th to 8th day of a month in Gregorian calendar. The date between two `Joints of Month' is called an `Midjoint'. The twelve `Roots' are `Root A', `Root B', `Root C', `Root D', `Root E', `Root F', `Root G', `Root H', `Root I', `Root J', `Root K' & `Root L'. In `PT&FM', the value of a `Root' is equal to the location of its zone (Z). So, for the value of the twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10 & L=11. The duration of a `Root' is about 30 days. So, a `Root' (Z) is more closely related to a solar month (m) than a lunar month. In `PT&FM', the zone of a `Root' (Z) is equal to the solar month (m). That is, Z=m (Mod 12). `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z>11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if Z<0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Usually, `Root B' is approximately equal to January (Z=1) in Gregorian calendar and `Root C' is approximately equal to the first month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. In terms of weather, `Root C' is early spring. It is approximately equal to February (Z=2) in Gregorian calendar. The `Joint' of `Root C' or called `Joint of February', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Spring Start'. The `Spring Start' is usually on 4th of February. The `Midjoint' of `Root C' or `Midjoint of February' is called the `Rain Water'. It is usually on 19th of February. `Root D' is mid-spring. It is approximately equal to March (Z=3) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the second month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root D' or called `Joint of March', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Insects Awaken'. The `Insects Awaken' is usually on 6th of March. The `Midjoint' of `Root D' or `Midjoint of March' is called the `Vernal Equinox'. It is usually on 21st of March. `Root E' is late spring. It is approximately equal to April (Z=4) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the third month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root E' or called `Joint of April', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Clear Bright'. The `Clear Bright' is usually on 5th of April. The `Midjoint' of `Root E' or `Midjoint of April' is called the `Grain Rains'. It is usually on 20th of April. `Root C', `Root D' & `Root E' are `Roots' of spring. `Root F' is early summer. It is approximately equal to May (Z=5) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the fourth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root F' or called `Joint of May', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Summer Start'. The `Summer Start' is usually on 6th of May. The `Midjoint' of `Root F' or `Midjoint of May' is called the `Grain Full'. It is usually on 21st of May. `Root G' is mid-summer. It is approximately equal to June (Z=6) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the fifth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root G' or called `Joint of June', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Grain Ear'. The `Grain Ear' is usually on 6th of June. The `Midjoint' of `Root G' or `Midjoint of June' is called the `Summer Solstice'. It is usually on 21st of June. `Root H' is late summer. It is approximately equal to July (Z=7) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the sixth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root H' or called `Joint of July', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Minor Heat'. The `Minor Heat' is usually on 7th of July. The `Midjoint' of `Root H' or `Midjoint of July' is called the `Major Heat'. It is usually on 23rd of July. `Root F', `Root G' & `Root H' are `Roots' of summer. `Root I' is early autumn. It is approximately equal to August (Z=8) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the seventh month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root I' or called `Joint of August', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Autumn Start'. The `Autumn Start' is usually on 8th of August. The `Midjoint' of `Root I' or `Midjoint of August' is called the `Heat Limit'. It is usually on 23rd of August. `Root J' is mid-autumn. It is approximately equal to September (Z=9) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the eighth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root J' or called `Joint of September', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `White Dew'. The `White Dew' is usually on 8th of September. The `Midjoint' of `Root J' or `Midjoint of September' is called the `Autumnal Equinox'. It is usually on 23rd of September. `Root K' is late autumn. It is approximately equal to October (Z=10) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the nineth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root K' or called the `Joint' of October, in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Cold Dew'. The `Cold Dew' is usually on 8th of October. The `Midjoint' of `Root K' or `Midjoint of October' is called the `Frost Descent'. It is usually on 23rd of October. `Root I', `Root J' & `Root K' are `Roots' of autumn. `Root L' is early winter. It is approximately equal to November (Z=11) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the tenth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root L' or called `Joint of November', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Winter Start'. The `Winter Start' is usually on 8th of November. The `Midjoint' of `Root L' or `Midjoint of November' is called the `Minor Snow'. It is usually on 22nd of November. `Root A' is mid-winter. It is approximately equal to December (Z=0) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the eleventh month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root A' or called `Joint of December', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Major Snow'. The `Major Snow' is usually on 7th of December. The `Midjoint' of `Root A' or `Midjoint of December' is called the `Winter Solstice'. It is usually on 22nd of December. `Root B' is late winter. It is approximately equal to January (Z=1) in Gregorian calendar and is approximately equal to the twelfth month of a year in Chinese lunar calendar. The `Joint' of `Root B' or called `Joint of January', in terms of the naming system in Gregorian calendar, is called the `Minor Cold'. The `Minor Cold' is usually on 6th of January. The `Midjoint' of `Root B' or `Midjoint of January' is called the `Major Cold'. It is usually on 20th of January. `Root L', `Root A' & `Root B' are `Roots' of winter. `Root B', `Root E', `Root H' & `Root K' are `Roots' of `Inter-seasons'.
9.Synthesized StemsThe ten `Stems' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J respectively. The stems of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I' are called `Odd Stems' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J' are called `Even Stems'. The odd stems are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Stems' whereas the even stems are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Stems'. The ten `Stems' are not only symbols. Each `Stem' has its unique value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the ten `Stems' are the order of the letters in alphabets. Thus, for `Stems', A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10. The `Spirits' of `A' and `B' belong to `Wood'. `A' is like a tree but `B' is like a herb. The direction and location of `A' and `B' are east. Position is a combination of direction and location. So, their position is also east. They both represent the season of spring. The `Spirits' of `C' and `D' belong to `Fire'. `C' is like fierce fire but `D' is like the flame of a candle. The direction and location of `C' and `D' are south. Their position is also south. They both represent the season of summer. The `Spirits' of `E' and `F' belong to `Soil'. `E' is like concrete soil but `F' is like wet mud. The direction and location of `E' and `F' are in the middle. Their position is also in the middle. They both represent the inter-seasons. The `Spirits' of `G' and `H' belong to `Metal'. `G' is like an axe but `H' is like a soft metallic ornament. The direction and location of `G' and `H' are west. Their position is also west. They both represent the season of autumn. The `Spirits' of `I' and `J' belong to `Water'. `I' is like a river but `J' is like some dew. The direction and location of `I' and `J' are north. Their position is also north. They both represent the season of winter. The basic structure of `Synthesized Stems' is formed by two stems combined together and any permutation of two or more stems can reveal the `Vision' and `Location' of an event. For example, two deadly bomb blasted at the east coast of North America in Copley Place of Boston near the finish line of marathon killing three and injuring more than a hundred people at 2:49:12 p.m. and 2:50 p.m. on Monday, 15th April, 2013. The time code of year is `J5'. The time code of month is `C4'. The time code of day is `H11'. The time code of hour is `B7'. The time strap of year, month, day and hour is `J5C4H11B7'. The permutation of the stems of month, day and hour is `CHB' and `CHB' is `Fire'+`Metal'+`East' because `C' stands for `Fire', `H' stands for `Metal' and `B' stands for `East'. The meaning of the vision and location of the stems is `Bomb blast in the east'. In numerous varieties of combination of a couple of stems, there are only five pairs that can satisfly the Synthesized Stems Formula. They are called `Five Synthesized Stem Couples'. The combinations are `A' & `F',`B' & `G', `C' & `H', `D' & `I', `E' & `J'. The occurrence of synthesized stems will merge positive with negative in nature. It is a sign of sexual intercourse or marriage. The Synthesized Stems Formula is Us=U+5 (Mod 10). `U' is any stem, `Us' is its synthesized stem. `Us=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If Us>10 then `Us' becomes `Us-10' and if Us<1 then `Us' becomes `Us+10'. Thus, the value range of `Us=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. Since the synthesized stem is equal to any stem plus 5 in the Synthesized Stems Formula and 5 is an odd number, the combination of a stem and its synthesized stem must be one odd and the other is even. Or, in other words, one is positive in nature and the other must be negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the synthesized stem of `A', A=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, U=1. Applying the Synthesized Stems Formula `Us=U+5 (Mod 10)', Us=1+5 (Mod 10), Us=6 (Mod 10), Us=6. Since `F' is the sixth alphabet, the synthesized stem of `A' is `F'. If the stem is given to be `F', how to find its synthesized stem ? Substituting U=6 in the Synthesized Stems Formula `Us=U+5 (Mod 10)' since `F' is the sixth alphabet, Us=6+5 (Mod 10), Us=11 (Mod 10), Us=11-10, Us=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, the synthesized stem of `F' is `A'. In the real world, the combinations of `Time Codes' are not merely `Combinations'. They are `Permutations'. It means that the order of the stems appeared in a time code cannot be interchanged. For example, the combination of `AF' is not equal to the combination of `FA' because `AF' and `FA' are permutations. The vision of `AF' is `Tree in the middle' but the vision of `FA' means `Wed mud in the east'.
10.Produced StemsTen `Stems' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J respectively. The stems of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I' are called `Odd Stems' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J' are called `Even Stems'. The odd stems are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Stems' whereas the even stems are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Stems'. The ten `Stems' are not only symbols. Each `Stem' has its unique value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the ten `Stems' are the order of the letters in alphabets. Thus, for `Stems', A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10. The `Spirits' of `A' and `B' belong to `Wood'. `A' is like a tree but `B' is like a herb. The direction and location of `A' and `B' are east. Position is a combination of direction and location. So, their position is also east. They both represent the season of spring. The `Spirits' of `C' and `D' belong to `Fire'. `C' is like fierce fire but `D' is like the flame of a candle. The direction and location of `C' and `D' are south. Their position is also south. They both represent the season of summer. The `Spirits' of `E' and `F' belong to `Soil'. `E' is like concrete soil but `F' is like wet mud. The direction and location of `E' and `F' are in the middle. Their position is also in the middle. They both represent the inter-seasons. The `Spirits' of `G' and `H' belong to `Metal'. `G' is like an axe but `H' is like a soft metallic ornament. The direction and location of `G' and `H' are west. Their position is also west. They both represent the season of autumn. The `Spirits' of `I' and `J' belong to `Water'. `I' is like a river but `J' is like some dew. The direction and location of `I' and `J' are north. Their position is also north. They both represent the season of winter. In numerous varieties of permutation of a couple of stems, there are ten pairs that can satisfly the Produced Stems Formula. They are called `Ten Produced Stems'. The stems are `A' produced from `I', B' produced from `J, `C' produced from `A', `D' produced from `B', `E' produced from `C', `F' produced from `D', `G' produced from `E', `H' produced from `F', `I' produced from `G', `J' produced from `H'. The occurrence of produced stem will enhance the stem in strength. In fact, the produced stem is an energy source of the stem. The Produced Stems Formula is Up=U+8 (Mod 10). `U' is any stem, `Up' is the stem that can produce it. `Up=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If Up>10 then `Up' becomes `Up-10' and if Up<1 then `Up' becomes `Up+10'. Thus, the value range of `Up=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. Since the produced stem is equal to any stem plus 8 in the Produced Stems Formula and 8 is an even number, a stem and its produced stem must be two odd stems or two even stems. Or, in other words, a stem and its produced stem must be both positive in nature or both negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the produced stem of `A', A=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, U=1. Applying the Produced Stems Formula `Up=U+8 (Mod 10)', Up=1+8 (Mod 10), Up=9 (Mod 10), Up=9. Since `I' is the nineth alphabet, the produced stem of `A' is `I'. If the stem is given to be `G', how to find its produced stem ? Substituting U=7 in the Produced Stems Formula `Up=U+8 (Mod 10)' since `G' is the seventh alphabet, Up=7+8 (Mod 10), Up=15 (Mod 10), Up=15-10, Up=5. Since `E' is the fifth alphabet, the produced stem of `G' is `E'. In the real world, the `Ten Produced Stems' are the inverse in combinations of `Ten Restrained Stems'. A stem will never fall into impasse by its restrained stem if it meets a produced stem. The combinations of `Time Codes' are not merely `Combinations'. They are `Permutations'. It means that the order of the stems appeared in a time code cannot be interchanged. For example, the combination of `GE' is not equal to the combination of `EG' because `GE' and `EG' are permutations. `GE' means `Metal' (G) is produced from `Soil' (E) continuously. The situation is good. But, the combination of `EG' does not have this meaning because `Soil' (E) is not produced from `Metal' (G).
11.Restrained StemsTen `Stems' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J respectively. The stems of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I' are called `Odd Stems' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J' are called `Even Stems'. The odd stems are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Stems' whereas the even stems are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Stems'. The ten `Stems' are not only symbols. Each `Stem' has its unique value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the ten `Stems' are the order of the letters in alphabets. Thus, for `Stems', A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10. The `Spirits' of `A' and `B' belong to `Wood'. `A' is like a tree but `B' is like a herb. The direction and location of `A' and `B' are east. Position is a combination of direction and location. So, their position is also east. They both represent the season of spring. The `Spirits' of `C' and `D' belong to `Fire'. `C' is like fierce fire but `D' is like the flame of a candle. The direction and location of `C' and `D' are south. Their position is also south. They both represent the season of summer. The `Spirits' of `E' and `F' belong to `Soil'. `E' is like concrete soil but `F' is like wet mud. The direction and location of `E' and `F' are in the middle. Their position is also in the middle. They both represent the inter-seasons. The `Spirits' of `G' and `H' belong to `Metal'. `G' is like an axe but `H' is like a soft metallic ornament. The direction and location of `G' and `H' are west. Their position is also west. They both represent the season of autumn. The `Spirits' of `I' and `J' belong to `Water'. `I' is like a river but `J' is like some dew. The direction and location of `I' and `J' are north. Their position is also north. They both represent the season of winter. In numerous varieties of permutation of a couple of stems, there are ten pairs that can satisfly the Restrained Stems Formula. They are called `Ten Restrained Stems'. The stems are `A' restrains `E', B' restrains `F, `C' restrains `G', `D' restrains `H', `E' restrains `I', `F' restrains `J', `G' restrains `A', `H' restrains `B', `I' restrains `C', `J' restrains `D'. The occurrence of restrained stem will suppress the stem's nature. It is a sign of adversity or death. The Restrained Stems Formula is Ur=U+6 (Mod 10). `U' is any stem, `Ur' is its restrained stem. `Ur=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If Ur>10 then `Ur' becomes `Ur-10' and if Ur<1 then `Ur' becomes `Ur+10'. Thus, the value range of `Ur=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. Since the restrained stem is equal to any stem plus 6 in the Restrained Stems Formula and 6 is an even number, a stem and its restraint must be two odd stems or two even stems. Or, in other words, a stem and its restrained stem must be both positive in nature or both negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the restrained stem of `A', A=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, U=1. Applying the Restrained Stems Formula `Ur=U+6 (Mod 10)', Ur=1+6 (Mod 10), Ur=7 (Mod 10), Ur=7. Since `G' is the seventh alphabet, the restrained stem of `A' is `G'. If the stem is given to be `F', how to find its restrained stem ? Substituting U=6 in the Restrained Stems Formula `Ur=U+6 (Mod 10)' since `F' is the sixth alphabet, Ur=6+6 (Mod 10), Ur=12 (Mod 10), Ur=12-10, Ur=2. Since `B' is the second alphabet, the restrained stem of `F' is `B'. In the real world, the `Ten Restrained Stems' are signs of adversity or death. The combinations of `Time Codes' are not merely `Combinations'. They are `Permutations'. It means that the order of the stems appeared in a time code cannot be interchanged. For example, the combination of `CI' is not equal to the combination of `IC' because `CI' and `IC' are permutations. `CI' stands for `Fire' (C) meets `Water' (I). The meaning of `CI' is fire restrained by water. The condition is very bad. `IC' stands for `Water' (I) meets `Fire' (C). The meaning of `IC' is the strength of water is diminished by fire.
12.Diminished StemsTen `Stems' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J respectively. The stems of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I' are called `Odd Stems' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J' are called `Even Stems'. The odd stems are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Stems' whereas the even stems are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Stems'. The ten `Stems' are not only symbols. Each `Stem' has its unique value and it can be used in mathematical operations. The values of the ten `Stems' are the order of the letters in alphabets. Thus, for `Stems', A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=10. The `Spirits' of `A' and `B' belong to `Wood'. `A' is like a tree but `B' is like a herb. The direction and location of `A' and `B' are east. Position is a combination of direction and location. So, their position is also east. They both represent the season of spring. The `Spirits' of `C' and `D' belong to `Fire'. `C' is like fierce fire but `D' is like the flame of a candle. The direction and location of `C' and `D' are south. Their position is also south. They both represent the season of summer. The `Spirits' of `E' and `F' belong to `Soil'. `E' is like concrete soil but `F' is like wet mud. The direction and location of `E' and `F' are in the middle. Their position is also in the middle. They both represent the inter-seasons. The `Spirits' of `G' and `H' belong to `Metal'. `G' is like an axe but `H' is like a soft metallic ornament. The direction and location of `G' and `H' are west. Their position is also west. They both represent the season of autumn. The `Spirits' of `I' and `J' belong to `Water'. `I' is like a river but `J' is like some dew. The direction and location of `I' and `J' are north. Their position is also north. They both represent the season of winter. In numerous varieties of permutation of a couple of stems, there are ten pairs that can satisfly the Diminished Stems Formula. They are called `Ten Diminished Stems'. The stems are `A' diminished by `E', B' diminished by `F, `C' diminished by `G', `D' diminished by `H', `E' diminished by `I', `F' diminished by `J', `G' diminished by `A', `H' diminished by `B', `I' diminished by `C', `J' diminished by `D'. The occurrence of diminished stem will reduce the stem in strength. The Diminished Stems Formula is Ud=U+4 (Mod 10). `U' is any stem, `Ud' is the stem that can diminish it. `Ud=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If Ud>10 then `Ud' becomes `Ud-10' and if Ud<1 then `Ud' becomes `Ud+10'. Thus, the value range of `Ud=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. Since the diminished stem is equal to any stem plus 4 in the Diminished Stems Formula and 4 is an even number, a stem and its diminished stem must be two odd stems or two even stems. Or, in other words, a stem and its diminished stem must be both positive in nature or both negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the diminished stem of `A', A=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, U=1. Applying the Diminished Stems Formula `Ud=U+4 (Mod 10)', Ud=1+4 (Mod 10), Ud=5 (Mod 10), Ud=5. Since `E' is the fifth alphabet, the diminished stem of `A' is `E'. If the stem is given to be `G', how to find its diminished stem ? Substituting U=7 in the Diminished Stems Formula `Ud=U+4 (Mod 10)' since `G' is the seventh alphabet, Ud=7+4 (Mod 10), Ud=11 (Mod 10), Ud=11-10, Ud=1. Since `A' is the first alphabet, the diminished stem of `G' is `A'. In the real world, the `Ten Diminished Stems' are the converse in combinations of `Ten Restrained Stems'. The combinations of `Time Codes' are not merely `Combinations'. They are `Permutations'. It means that the order of the stems appeared in a time code cannot be interchanged. For example, the combination of `AE' is not equal to the combination of `EA' because `AE' and `EA' are permutations. `AE' is the converse of `EA' and `EA' is the converse of `AE' too. In this case, `AE' means `Wood' (A) is diminished by `Soil' (E). The condition is not bad. But, `EA' means `Soil' (E) is restrained by `Wood' (A). The condition is very bad. It is a sign of adversity or death.
13.Synthesized RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. The basic structure of `Synthesized Roots' is formed by two roots combined together and any permutation of two or more roots can reveal the `Vision', `Time' and `Location' of an event. For example, an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude struck Lushan County of Ya'an in Sichuan Province of China killing 196 people and injuring more than twelve thousand people at 08:02 a.m. on Saturday, 20th April, 2013. The time code of year is `10F'. The time code of month is `3E'. The time code of day is `3E'. The time code of hour is `9E'. The time strap of year, month, day and hour is `10F3E3E9E'. The permutation of the roots of year, month, day and hour is `FEEE'. `FEEE' is `Fire'+`Soil'+`East-south-east' because `F' stands for `Fire', `E' stands for `Soil' and the position of `E' is `East-south-east'. The meaning of the vision, time and location of the roots is `Fire and Soil in the East-south-east'. In numerous varieties of combination of a couple of roots, there are only six pairs that can satisfly the Synthesized Roots Formula. They are called `Six Synthesized Root Couples'. The combinations are `A' & `B',`C' & `L', `D' & `K', `E' & `J', `F' & `I', `G' & `H'. In terms of the location of zone numbers, the six synthesized root couples are `Zone 0' & `Zone 1', `Zone 2' & `Zone 11', `Zone 3' & `Zone 10', `Zone 4' & `Zone 9', `Zone 5' & `Zone 8', `Zone 6' & `Zone 7'. The occurrence of synthesized roots will merge positive with negative in nature. It is a sign of sexual intercourse or marriage. In terms of mathematics and positions, the `Synthesized Roots' are symmetrical in zones so `Synthesized Roots' are also named as `Symmetric Zones'. The `Synthesized Roots Formula' is also called `Symmetric Zones Formula'. The Synthesized Roots Formula is Zs=1-Z (Mod 12). `Z' is any root, `Zs' is its synthesized root. `Zs=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zs>11 then `Zs' becomes `Zs-12' and if Zs<0 then `Zs' becomes `Zs+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zs=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Since the synthesized root is equal to 1 minus any root in the Synthesized Roots Formula and 1 is an odd number, the combination of a root and its synthesized root must be one odd and the other is even. Or, in other words, one is positive in nature and the other must be negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the synthesized root of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. Applying the Synthesized Roots Formula `Zs=1-Z (Mod 12)', Zs=1-0 (Mod 12), Zs=1 (Mod 12), Zs=1. Since `B' is the second alphabet of root, the synthesized root of `A' is `B'. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its synthesized root ? Substituting Z=10 in the Synthesized Roots Formula `Zs=1-Z (Mod 12)' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zs=1-10 (Mod 12), Zs=-9 (Mod 12), Zs=12-9, Zs=3. Since the value of `Root D' is 3, the synthesized root of `K' is `D'. It means that `Zone 3' and `Zone 10' are synthesized. In the real world, the combinations of `Time Codes' are not merely `Combinations'. They are `Permutations'. It means that the order of the roots appeared in a time code cannot be interchanged. For example, the combination of `FI' is not equal to the combination of `IF' because `FI' and `IF' are permutations. The vision of `FI' is `Fire in the west-south-west' but the vision of `IF' means `Metal in the south-south-east'.
14.Impacted RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the roots of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. The impacted roots affect each other very closely in an occurrence of an event. The strength is the greatest amongst all relations of the roots, including synthesized roots, punished roots, harmed roots, concurred roots and combined roots. In numerous varieties of combination of a couple of roots, there are only six pairs that can satisfly the Impacted Roots Formula. They are called `Six Impacted Root Couples'. The couples are `A' & `G',`B' & `H', `C' & `I', `D' & `J', `E' & `K', `F' & `L'. In terms of positions and zone numbers, `Zone 0' impacts its opposite position `Zone 6'. `Zone 1' impacts its opposite position `Zone 7'. `Zone 2' impacts its opposite position `Zone 8'. `Zone 3' impacts its opposite position `Zone 9'. `Zone 4' impacts its opposite position `Zone 10'. `Zone 5' impacts its opposite position `Zone 11'. `Zone 6' impacts its opposite position `Zone 0'. `Zone 7' impacts its opposite position `Zone 1'. `Zone 8' impacts its opposite position `Zone 2'. `Zone 9' impacts its opposite position `Zone 3'. `Zone 10' impacts its opposite position `Zone 4'. `Zone 11' impacts its opposite position `Zone 5'. The occurrence of impacted roots must be positive root to positive root and negative root to negative root in nature. The impact is very harmful. In terms of `Spirits', the impact of roots is a relation of `Restraint' or `Diminution'. An example is when `Root A' (Water) impacts with `Root G' (Fire). If `Root A' come across `Root G', it means water restrains fire. The strength of water is diminished. If `Root G' come across `Root A', it means fire is restrained by water. Fire will be extinguished by water. The condition is deadly. In terms of directions and locations, a root and its impacted root are all opposite. So, they are called `Opposite Zone' of one and other. The `Impacted Roots Formula' is also called `Opposite Zone Formula'. The Opposite Zone Formula is Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12). `Z' is any root, `Zo' is its `Impacted Root' or `Opposite Root'. `Zo=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zo>11 then `Zo' becomes `Zo-12' and if Zo<0 then `Zo' becomes `Zo+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zo=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Since the impacted root is equal to any root plus 6 in the Impacted Roots Formula and 6 is an even number, the occurrence of a root impacts its opposite root must be both odd or both even. In other words, a root of positive in nature only impacts a positive root and a root of negative in nature only impacts a negative root. For example, assuming to find the impacted root of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. Applying the Opposite Zone Formula `Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12)', Zo=0+6 (Mod 12), Zo=6 (Mod 12), Zo=6. Since `G' is the seventh alphabet of root, the impacted root of `A' is `G'. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its impacted root ? Substituting Z=10 in the Opposite Zone Formula `Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12)' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zo=10+6 (Mod 12), Zo=16 (Mod 12), Zo=16-12, Zo=4. Since the value of `Root E' is 4, the impacted root of `K' is `E'. It means that `Zone 10' and `Zone 4' are opposite.
15.Damaged RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. The strength of `Damaged Roots' is just a little bit less than `Impacted Roots' and `Harmed Roots' respectively in occurrence of an event. The influence of `Damaged Roots' is great. The `Damaged Roots' that satisfly the Damaged Roots Formula are `A' damages `D',`B' damages `K', `C' damages `F', `D' damages `A', `E' damages `E', `F' damages `I', `G' damages `G', `H' damages `B', `I' damages `C', `J' damages `J', `K' damages `H', `L' damages `L'. In terms of positions and zone numbers, `Root A' damages `Zone 3'. `Root B' damages `Zone 10'. `Root C' damages `Zone 5'. `Root D' damages `Zone 0'. `Root E' damages `Zone 4'. `Root F' damages `Zone 8'. `Root G' damages `Zone 6'. `Root H' damages `Zone 1'. `Root I' damages `Zone 2'. `Root J' damages `Zone 9'. `Root K' damages `Zone 7'. `Root L' damages `Zone 11'. The damage is very dreadful. It means `Wounded' or `Surgery'. The Damaged Roots Formula is Zd=3+7Z-3xI[Z/4]-3xI[(Z+1)/6]+3xI[(Z+2)/8]-3xI[(Z+2)/10]+3xI[(Z+2)/12] (Mod 12). `Z' is any root, `Zd' is its damaged root or zone number. `I[n]' is an integer function such that it takes the integral part of number `n' without rounding up the number. `Zd=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zd>11 then `Zd' becomes `Zd-12' and if Zd<0 then `Zd' becomes `Zd+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zd=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. For example, assuming to find the damaged root of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. Applying the Damaged Roots Formula Zd=3+7Z-3xI[Z/4]-3xI[(Z+1)/6]+3xI[(Z+2)/8]-3xI[(Z+2)/10]+3xI[(Z+2)/12] (Mod 12), Zd=3+7x0-3xI[0/4]-3xI[(0+1)/6]+3xI[(0+2)/8]-3xI[(0+2)/10]+3xI[(0+2)/12] (Mod 12), Zd=3-3xI[0/4]-3xI[1/6]+3xI[2/8]-3xI[2/10]+3xI[2/12] (Mod 12), Zd=3-3xI[0]-3xI[0.166]+3xI[0.25]-3xI[0.2]+3xI[0.166] (Mod 12), Zd=3-3x0-3x0+3x0-3x0+3x0 (Mod 12), Zd=3 (Mod 12), Zd=3. Since `D' is the fourth alphabet of root, the damaged root of `A' is `D'. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its damaged root ? Substituting Z=10 in the Damaged Roots Formula `Zd=3+7Z-3xI[Z/4]-3xI[(Z+1)/6]+3xI[(Z+2)/8]-3xI[(Z+2)/10]+3xI[(Z+2)/12] (Mod 12)' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zd=3+7x10-3xI[10/4]-3xI[(10+1)/6]+3xI[(10+2)/8]-3xI[(10+2)/10]+3xI[(10+2)/12] (Mod 12), Zd=3+70-3xI[10/4]-3xI[11/6]+3xI[12/8]-3xI[12/10]+3xI[12/12] (Mod 12), Zd=73-3xI[2.5]-3xI[1.833]+3xI[1.5]-3xI[1.2]+3xI[1] (Mod 12), Zd=73-3x2-3x1+3x1-3x1+3x1 (Mod 12), Zd=67 (Mod 12), Zd=67-12x5, Zd=7. Since the value of `Root H' is 7, the damaged root of `K' is `H'. It means that `Root K' damages `Zone 7'.
16.Harmed RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. The strength of `Harmed Roots' is equal to `Damaged Roots' in occurrence of an event. The influence of `Harmed Roots' is great. The `Harmed Roots' that satisfly the Harmed Roots Formula are `A' harms `H',`B' harms `G', `C' harms `F', `D' harms `E', `E' harms `D', `F' harms `C', `G' harms `B', `H' harms `A', `I' harms `L', `J' harms `K', `K' harms `J', `L' harms `I'. In terms of positions and zone numbers, `Root A' harms `Zone 7'. `Root B' harms `Zone 6'. `Root C' harms `Zone 5'. `Root D' harms `Zone 4'. `Root E' harms `Zone 3'. `Root F' harms `Zone 2'. `Root G' harms `Zone 1'. `Root H' harms `Zone 0'. `Root I' harms `Zone 11'. `Root J' harms `Zone 10'. `Root K' harms `Zone 9'. `Root L' harms `Zone 8'. The harm is very dreadful. It means `Disaster' or `Sickness'. The Harmed Roots Formula is Zh=7-Z. `Z' is any root, `Zh' is its harmed root or zone number. `Zh=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zh>11 then `Zh' becomes `Zh-12' and if Zh<0 then `Zh' becomes `Zh+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zh=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. For example, assuming to find the harmed root of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. Applying the Harmed Roots Formula Zh=7-Z (Mod 12), Zh=7-0 (Mod 12), Zh=7 (Mod 12), Zh=7. Since `H' is the eighth alphabet of root, the harmed root of `A' is `H'. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its harmed root ? Substituting Z=10 in the Harmed Roots Formula `Zh=7-Z (Mod 12)' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zh=7-10 (Mod 12), Zh=-3 (Mod 12), Zh=12-3, Zh=9. Since the value of `Root J' is 9, the harmed root of `K' is `J'. It means that `Root K' harms `Zone 9'.
17.Concurred RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. In numerous varieties of combination of three roots, there are only four combinations that can satisfly the Concurred Roots Formula. They are called `Concurred Roots' or `Concurrent Zones'. The combinations are `A', `E' & `I', `B', `F' & `J', `C', `G' & `K', `D', `H' & `L'. In terms of the location of zone numbers, the concurred roots are `Zone 0', `Zone 4' & `Zone 8', `Zone 1', `Zone 5' & `Zone 9', `Zone 2', `Zone 6' & `Zone 10', `Zone 3', `Zone 7' & `Zone 11'. The concurred roots will join together either all positive in nature or all negative in nature. The combination is also a sign of sexual intercourse or marriage like the synthesized roots but the situation is different because the combination constitutes pure positive roots or pure negative roots instead of two synthesized roots which is one positve (husband) and one negative (wife) merge together. The situation is quite complicated. Usually, the number of sexual partners is three or more. The `Concurred Roots Formula' is also called `Concurrent Zones Formula'. The Concurred Roots Formula is Zc=Z+4 (Mod 12). `Z' is any root, `Zc' is its concurred roots. `Zc=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Zc>11 then `Zc' becomes `Zc-12' and if Zc<0 then `Zc' becomes `Zc+12'. Thus, the value range of `Zc=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Since the concurred roots are equal to 4 plus any root in the Concurred Roots Formula and 4 is an even number, the combination of concurred roots must be all odd or all even. Or, in other words, the concurred roots are either all positive in nature or all negative in nature. For example, assuming to find the concurred roots of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. Applying the Concurred Roots Formula `Zc=Z+4 (Mod 12)', Zc=0+4 (Mod 12), Zc=4 (Mod 12), Zc=4. Since `E' is the fifth alphabet of root, one of the two concurred roots of `A' is `E'. Let Z=4, apply the Concurred Roots Formula again to find the next concurred root of `A'. Zc=4+4 (Mod 12), Zc=8 (Mod 12), Zc=8. Since `I' is the nineth alphabet of root, the next concurred root of `A' is `I'. It means that `Zone 0', `Zone 4' and `Zone 8' are concurrent zones. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its concurred roots ? Substituting Z=10 in the Concurred Roots Formula `Zc=Z+4 (Mod 12)' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zc=10+4 (Mod 12), Zc=14 (Mod 12), Zc=14-12, Zc=2. Since the value of `Root C' is 2, one of the concurred roots of `K' is `C'. Let Z=2, apply the Concurred Roots Formula again to find the next concurred root of `K'. Zc=2+4 (Mod 12), Zc=6 (Mod 12), Zc=6. Since `G' is the seventh alphabet of root, the next concurred root of `K' is `G'. It means that `Zone 2', `Zone 6' and `Zone 10' are concurrent zones.
18.Combined RootsThe twelve `Roots' are 1.A, 2.B, 3.C, 4.D, 5.E, 6.F, 7.G, 8.H, 9.I, 10.J, 11.K, 12.L respectively. The Roots of `A', `C', `E', `G', `I', `K' are called `Odd Roots' but the stems of `B', `D', `F', `H', `J', `L' are called `Even Roots'. The odd roots are positive in nature so they are also called `Positive Roots' whereas the even roots are negative in nature so they are called `Negative Roots'. The `Spirits' of `Root C' and `Root D' belong to `Wood'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C' is early spring and `Root D' is mid-spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root C' is `Zone 2' and `Root D' is `Zone 3'. The direction of `Root C' is east-north-east. The direction of `Root D' is east. They belong to east. The `Spirit' of `Root E' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root E' is late spring and it is the inter-season between spring and summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root E' is `Zone 4'. The direction of `Root E' is east-south-east. The direction of `Root E' also belongs to east. In terms of signs of weather, `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to take shape of spring. Since vegetation is the sign of spring, the spirits of `Root C', `Root D' and `Root E' combine to form `Wood'. They accumulate the strength of `Wood' and concentrate it in the east. The `Spirits' of `Root F' and `Root G' belong to `Fire'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F' is early summer and `Root G' is mid-summer. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root F' is `Zone 5' and `Root G' is `Zone 6'. The direction of `Root F' is south-south-east. The direction of `Root G' is south. They belong to south. The `Spirit' of `Root H' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root H' is late summer and it is the inter-season between summer and autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root H' is `Zone 7'. The direction of `Root H' is south-south-west. The direction of `Root H' also belongs to south. In terms of signs of weather, `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to take shape of summer. Since heat is the sign of summer, the spirits of `Root F', `Root G' and `Root H' combine to form `Fire'. They accumulate the strength of `Fire' and concentrate it in the south. The `Spirits' of `Root I' and `Root J' belong to `Metal'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I' is early autumn and `Root J' is mid-autumn. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root I' is `Zone 8' and `Root J' is `Zone 9'. The direction of `Root I' is west-south-west. The direction of `Root J' is west. They belong to west. The `Spirit' of `Root K' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root K' is late autumn and it is the inter-season between autumn and winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root K' is `Zone 10'. The direction of `Root K' is west-north-west. The direction of `Root K' also belongs to west. In terms of signs of weather, `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to take shape of autumn. Since cool is the sign of autumn, the spirits of `Root I', `Root J' and `Root K' combine to form `Metal'. They accumulate the strength of `Metal' and concentrate it in the west. The `Spirits' of `Root L' and `Root A' belong to `Water'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L' is early winter and `Root A' is mid-winter. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root L' is `Zone 11' and `Root A' is `Zone 0'. The direction of `Root L' is north-north-west. The direction of `Root A' is north. They belong to north. The `Spirit' of `Root B' is `Soil'. In terms of signs of weather, `Root B' is late winter and it is the inter-season between winter and spring. In terms of the zone number of direction and location, `Root B' is `Zone 1'. The direction of `Root B' is north-north-east. The direction of `Root B' also belongs to north. In terms of signs of weather, `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to take shape of winter. Since ice is the sign of winter, the spirits of `Root L', `Root A' and `Root B' combine to form `Water'. They accumulate the strength of `Water' and concentrate it in the north. In `PT&FM', the twelve `Roots' are not only symbols. They are time, position and having values. Each `Root' has its unique zone value and it can be used in mathematical operations. Unlike the values of ten `Stems', the values of the twelve `Roots' are the order of the letters in alphabets but start counting from zero. Thus, for twelve `Roots', A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, I=8, J=9, K=10, L=11. The zone (Z) is equal to the value of the root. In numerous varieties of combination of three roots, there are only four combinations that can satisfly the Combined Roots Formula. They are called `Combined Roots' or `Combined Zones'. The combinations are `L', `A' & `B', `C', `D' & `E', `F', `G' & `H', `I', `J' & `K'. In terms of the location of zone numbers, the combined roots are `Zone 11', `Zone 0' & `Zone 1' representing north, `Zone 2', `Zone 3' & `Zone 4' representing east, `Zone 5', `Zone 6' & `Zone 7' representing south, `Zone 8', `Zone 9' & `Zone 10' representing west. The combinations are mixed positive roots with negative roots representing positions (direction and location). The combinations representing east and west are more positive in nature because there are more positive roots than negative roots in the combinations. The combinations representing north and south are more negative in nature because there are more negative roots than positive roots in the combinations. The `Combined Roots Formula' is also called `Combined Zones Formula'. The Combined Roots Formula is Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}. `Z' is any root, `Zt' is its combined roots. `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `n=(Mod 4)' is a modulated function such that if n>3 then `n' becomes `n-4' and if n<0 then `n' becomes `n+4'. Thus, the value range of `n=(Mod 4)' is from 0 to 3. For example, assuming to find the combined roots of `A', A=0. Since `A' is the first alphabet of root, Z=0. First find out the position of `Root A'. Applying the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}', Zt=3x{A[0/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[0] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{0 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x0, Zt=0. `Zone 0' means the position of `Root A' is north. Since the combined roots are consecutive, substitute the values of adjacent roots of `A' (i.e. Z=11 & Z=1) in the Combined Roots Formula to find out their positions. If their positions are the same, it means the three roots are `Combined Roots'. Since `L' is the twelfth alphabet of root and the value of `Root L' is 11, substitute Z=11 in the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}'. Zt=3x{A[11/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[3.666] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{4 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{4-4}, Zt=3x0, Zt=0. `Zone 0' means the position is north. The positions of `Root L' and `Root A' are the same. Since `B' is the second alphabet of root and the value of `Root B' is 1, substitute Z=1 in the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}'. Zt=3x{A[1/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[0.333] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{0 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x0, Zt=0. `Zone 0' means the position is north. The positions of `Root B' and `Root A' are the same. Hence, roots `L', `A' & `B' are combined roots. Or, in other words, `Zone 11', `Zone 0' and `Zone 1' are combined zones. If the root is given to be `K', how to find its combined roots ? Substituting Z=10 in the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}' since the value of `Zone K' is 10, Zt=3x{A[10/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[3.333] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{3 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x3, Zt=9. `Zone 9' means the position of `Root K' is west. `Root L' and `Root J' are two roots adjacent to `Root K'. Since `L' is the twelfth alphabet of root and the value of `Root L' is 11, substitute Z=11 in the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}'. Zt=3x{A[11/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[3.666] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{4 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{4-4}, Zt=3x0, Zt=0. `Zone 0' means the position is north. Since the positions of `Root L' and `Root K' are different, `L' is not a combined root of `K'. Since `J' is the tenth alphabet of root and the value of `Root J' is 9, substitute Z=9 in the Combined Roots Formula `Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}'. Zt=3x{A[9/3] (Mod 4)},Zt=3x{A[3] (Mod 4)},Zt=3x{3 (Mod 4)},Zt=3x3,Zt=9. `Zone 9' means the position is west. The positions of `Root J' and `Root K' are the same. So, `J' is a combined root of `K'. Since `I' is the nineth alphabet of root and the value of `Root I' is 8, substitute Z=8 in the Combined Roots Formula Zt=3x{A[Z/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[8/3] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{A[2.666] (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x{3 (Mod 4)}, Zt=3x3, Zt=9. `Zone 9' means the position is west. The positions of `Root I' and `Root K' are the same. So, `I', `J' & `K' are combined roots. Or, in other words, `Zone 8', `Zone 9' and `Zone 10' are combined zones.
19.Joint of MonthThe names of twelve months are assigned to twelve `Roots' in `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics' (PT&FM). The values of months are denoted by `m' and they equal to the values of their `Roots'. The value of `m' is approximately equal to the month number in Gregorian calendar. The months in `PT&FM' are not exactly the same as the months in Chinese lunar calendar or in Gregorian calendar. Usually, the month number (m) in `PT&FM' is different from the month number in Chinese lunar calendar. It is similar to the month number in Gregorian calendar but the first day of the month is not the same as Gregorian calendar. The first day of the month in `PT&FM' calendar is called `Joint of Month' or `Joint' for simplicity because it is the border between two consecutive months. The `Joint' between two consective months is called `Joint of Month'. For rough estimations, a conversion between the first day of the months (m) in `PT&FM' calendar and the days in Gregorian calendar can be made. If a date lies in the range of rough estimation of `Joint of Month', the correct date and time of `Joint of Month' must be found in a calendar book to ensure precise calculation. Usually, `Joint of Month' on 3-5th of February (m=2) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of February'. `Joint of February' is named as `Spring Start' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of February' is also called `Joint of Year' because it is the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'. The dates after `Joint of February' are dates in current year `y'. The dates in January and those in February before `Joint of February' in Gregorian calendar are regarded as dates in previous year. That is, if the year number in Gregorian calendar is `y', `y' becomes `y-1'. Conventionally, `Joint of February' is regarded as the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'. `Joint of Month' on 5-6th of March (m=3) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of March'. `Joint of March' is named as `Insects Awaken' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 4-5th of April (m=4) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of April'. `Joint of April' is named as `Clear Bright' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 5-6th of May (m=5) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of May'. `Joint of May' is named as `Summer Start' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 5-6th of June (m=6) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of June'. `Joint of June' is named as `Grain Ear' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 7-8th of July (m=7) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of July'. `Joint of July' is named as `Minor Heat' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 7-8th of August (m=8) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of August'. `Joint of August' is named as `Autumn Start' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 7-8th of September (m=9) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of September'. `Joint of September' is named as `White Dew' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 8-9th of October (m=10) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of October'. `Joint of October' is named as `Cold Dew' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 7-8th of November (m=11) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of November'. `Joint of November' is named as `Winter Start' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 7th of December (m=12) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of December'. `Joint of December' is named as `Major Snow' in Chinese calendar. `Joint of Month' on 5-6th of January (m=1, previous year) in Gregorian calendar is called `Joint of January'. `Joint of January' is named as `Minor Cold' in Chinese calendar. If the date in Gregorian calendar is before `Joint of Month', it is regarded as previous month. That is, if the month number in Gregorian calendar is `m', `m' becomes `m-1 (Mod 12)'. `m=(Mod 12)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 12. If m>12 then `m' becomes `m-12' and if m<1 then `m' becomes `m+12'. Thus, the value range of `m=(Mod 12)' is from 1 to 12. For example, 2nd of January (m=1) in A.D.2012 is before `Joint of Month' on 6th of January in A.D.2012. m=1-1 (Mod 12). m=0 (Mod 12). m=0+12. m=12. The date is in the twelfth month (m=12) of `PT&FM' calendar. It is regarded as a date in previous year, December of A.D.2011 in Gregorian calendar.
20.Midjoint of Month`Midjoint of Month' is the mid-point of two consecutive `Joints of Month' in `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics' (PT&FM). So, there are twelve `Midjoints' in a year. The `Midjoints of Month' are also assigned to twelve `Roots'. `Midjoints of Month' are denoted by `n'. The values of `Midjoints of Month' equal to the values of their `Roots'. The value of `n' is approximately equal to the month number in Gregorian calendar. The `Midjoints of Month' in `PT&FM' are not exactly the same as the months in Chinese lunar calendar or in Gregorian calendar. Usually, the month number (n) of `Midjoints of Month' in `PT&FM' is different from the month number in Chinese lunar calendar. It is similar to the month number in Gregorian calendar but the first day of the month is not the same as Gregorian calendar. The first day of `Midjoint of Month' in `PT&FM' calendar is called `Midjoint' because it is the border between two consecutive `Midjoint of Months'. For rough estimations, a conversion between the first day of `Midjoint of Month' (n) in `PT&FM' calendar and the days in Gregorian calendar can be made. If a date lies in the range of rough estimation of the `Midjoint' , the correct date and time of `Midjoint' must be found in a calendar book to ensure precise calculation. Usually, the `Midjoint of Month' on 22-23rd of December (n=12) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of December'. `Midjoint of December' is named as `Winter Solstice' in Chinese calendar. `Midjoint of December' is also called `Midjoint of Year' because it is also regarded as the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'. The dates before `Midjoint of December' are dates in current year `y'. The dates after `Midjoint of December' and before 1st of January in Gregorian calendar are regarded as dates in next year. That is, if the year number in Gregorian calendar is `y', `y' becomes `y+1'. In some special cases, `Midjoint of December' is regarded as the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'. The `Midjoint of Month' on 20-21st of January (n=1) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of January'. `Midjoint of January' is named as `Major Cold' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 18-19th of February (n=2) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of February'. `Midjoint of February' is named as `Rain Water' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 20-21st of March (n=3) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of March'. `Midjoint of March' is named as `Vernal Equinox' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 20th of April (n=4) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of April'. `Midjoint of April' is named as `Grain Rains' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 21st of May (n=5) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of May'. `Midjoint of May' is named as `Grain Full' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 21-22nd of June (n=6) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of June'. `Midjoint of June' is named as `Summer Solstice' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 22-23rd of July (n=7) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of July'. `Midjoint of July' is named as `Major Heat' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 23-24th of August (n=8) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of August'. `Midjoint of August' is named as `Heat Limit' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 23rd of September (n=9) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of September'. `Midjoint of September' is named as `Autumnal Equinox' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 23-24th of October (n=10) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of October'. `Midjoint of October' is named as `Frost Descent' in Chinese calendar. The `Midjoint of Month' on 22-23rd of November (n=11) in Gregorian calendar is called `Midjoint of November'. `Midjoint of November' is named as `Minor Snow' in Chinese calendar. If the date is after `Midjoint of Month' in Gregorian calendar, the date is regarded as in current month `n'. The month number `n' is same as the month number in Gregorian calendar. If the date is before `Midjoint of Month', it is regarded as previous month of Gregorian calendar . That is, if the month number in Gregorian calendar is `n', `n' becomes `n-1 (Mod 12)'. `n=(Mod 12)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 12. If n>12 then `n' becomes `n-12' and if n<1 then `n' becomes `n+12'. Thus, the value range of `n=(Mod 12)' is from 1 to 12. For example, 2nd of January (n=1) in A.D.2012 is before the `Midjoint of January' on 20th of January in A.D.2012. It is regarded as previous month. n=1-1 (Mod 12). n=0 (Mod 12). n=0+12. n=12. `n=0' or `n=12' all stands for `Midjoint of December' because the twelfth month in Gregorian calendar is December. Since 2nd of January in A.D.2012 is after 22nd December in A.D.2011, the current year is A.D.2012. It is regarded as `Midjoint of December' in A.D.2012. Note that `Midjoint of December' in A.D.2012 is the first month of A.D.2012 in `PT&FM' calendar. The last month in `PT&FM' calendar is `Midjoint of November'. Another example is 27th December of A.D.1996 in Gregorian calendar. Since the date is after `Midjoint of December' on 21st December in A.D.1996, `n' is equal to the month number in Gregorian calendar. n=12. The date is regarded as in next year because `Midjoint of December' is the first month of a new year in `PT&FM' calendar. Thus, 27th December of A.D.1996 is in `Midjoint of December' of A.D.1997 in `PT&FM' calendar.
21.Joint of YearIn `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics' (PT&FM), the beginning of a year is not on 1st of January in Gregorian calendar. Conventionally, `Joint of February' (Spring Start) is regarded as the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'. The critical value between two consecutive years is called `Joint of Year'. `Joint of February' is `Joint of Year'. It is the boundary of two consecutive years. `Joint of Year' always lies on 3rd to 5th day of February in Gregorian calendar. If a date is after `Joint of February', the date is regarded as in current year `y' in Gregorian calendar. If a date is in January or any dates before `Joint of February', the year is `y-1'. In general, not for precise calculations, `Joint of February' can be regarded as 4th day of February in Gregorian calendar. Any dates after 5th of February are regarded as in current year `y' in Gregorian calendar. If a date is within 3rd to 5th day of February, precise calculations should be carried out. The time and date of `Joint of February' between two consecutive years in Gregorian calendar always change from year to year. `Joint of February' also varies according to the longitude and latitude of a place. The exact date and time of `Joint of February' of a year can be found in a Chinese lunar calendar. The mid-point of two consecutive `Joints' of month is called `Midjoint of Month'. `Midjoint of December' (Winter Solstice) can be regarded as the beginning of a new year. The critical value between two consecutive years is also called `Joint of Year'. If `Midjoint of December' is regarded as `Joint of Year', it is the boundary of two consecutive years. `Midjoint of December' always lies on 21st or 22nd of December in Gregorian calendar. If a date is before `Midjoint of December' , the date is regarded as in current year `y' in Gregorian calendar. If a date is after `Midjoint of December' in December of Gregorian calendar, the year is `y+1'. In general, not for precise calculations, the `Midjoint of December' can be regarded as on 22nd of December in Gregorian calendar. Any dates before 21st of December are regarded as in current year `y' in Gregorian calendar. If a date is within 21st to 22nd day of December, precise calculations should be carried out. The time and date of `Midjoint of December' between two consecutive years in Gregorian calendar always change from year to year. `Midjoint of December' also varies according to the longitude and latitude of a place. The exact date and time of `Midjoint of December' of a year can be found in a Chinese lunar calendar. In some special cases, `Midjoint of December' is regarded as the beginning of a new year in `PT&FM'.
22.Time CodeThere is a very close relation between the destiny of people and time. Time is a very useful tool for people to understand human destiny. Thus, `Time Code' (TC) is very important. It is a concrete base in `Prediction Technology & Forensic Mathematics' (PT&FM). A good system of recording time by `Time Codes' can show good and bad fortunes or destiny easily. `Time Codes' can be digitalized and undergo mathematical and computer operations. So, its power is very great. If a `Time Code' which shows the fortune of a person, it is a `Fortune Code' (FC). A `Time Code' can be expressed in six different forms. `Time Co-ordinates' (U,Z) and `Numerology' (N) are two of them. The other four kinds of `Time Codes' are `Time Codes' (Ln) which are expressed in the form of an alphabet (L) with a number (n), `Time Codes' (nL) which are expressed in the form of a number (n) with an alphabet (L), `Time Codes' (LL) which are expressed in the form of two alphabets (L) and `Time Codes' (W-W) which are expressed in the form of two words (W). The `Time Codes' recur in 60. If they are expressed as `(U,Z)' where `U' is the `Stem' of `Time Code' and `Z' is the `Root' of `Time Code'. `U' and `Z' are integers. For `U' values (n), 1 is `A', 2 is `B', 3 is `C', 4 is `D', 5 is `E', 6 is `F', 7 is `G', 8 is `H', 9 is `I', 10 is `J'. For `Z' values (n), 0 is `A', 1 is `B', 2 is `C', 3 is `D', 4 is `E', 5 is `F', 6 is `G', 7 is `H', 8 is `I', 9 is `J', 10 is `K', 11 is `L'. For all in terms of alphabets (L), (1,0)=AA, (2,1)=BB, (3,2)=CC, and so on. If ten `Stems' of time match with twelve `Roots' of time, 60 couples are formed. Besides a `Time Code' can be expressed as a pair of `Time Co-ordinates' (U,Z), it can also be expressed in the form of `Ln', `nL', `LL' or `W-W'. The order of them is `Numerology of Time'. For simplicity, it is called `Numerology' (N). The relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (U,Z) is: 1=(1,0), 2=(2,1), 3=(3,2), 4=(4,3), 5=(5,4), 6=(6,5), 7=(7,6), 8=(8,7), 9=(9,8), 10=(10,9), 11=(1,10), 12=(2,11), 13=(3,0), 14=(4,1), 15=(5,2), 16=(6,3), 17=(7,4), 18=(8,5), 19=(9,6), 20=(10,7), 21=(1,8), 22=(2,9), 23=(3,10), 24=(4,11), 25=(5,0), 26=(6,1), 27=(7,2), 28=(8,3), 29=(9,4), 30=(10,5), 31=(1,6), 32=(2,7), 33=(3,8), 34=(4,9), 35=(5,10), 36=(6,11), 37=(7,0), 38=(8,1), 39=(9,2), 40=(10,3), 41=(1,4), 42=(2,5), 43=(3,6), 44=(4,7), 45=(5,8), 46=(6,9), 47=(7,10), 48=(8,11), 49=(9,0), 50=(10,1), 51=(1,2), 52=(2,3), 53=(3,4), 54=(4,5), 55=(5,6), 56=(6,7), 57=(7,8), 58=(8,9), 59=(9,10), 60=(10,11). If the `Stem' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L) and the `Root' of time is expressed by a number (n), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (Ln) is: 1=A0, 2=B1, 3=C2, 4=D3, 5=E4, 6=F5, 7=G6, 8=H7, 9=I8, 10=J9, 11=A10, 12=B11, 13=C0, 14=D1, 15=E2, 16=F3, 17=G4, 18=H5, 19=I6, 20=J7, 21=A8, 22=B9, 23=C10, 24=D11, 25=E0, 26=F1, 27=G2, 28=H3, 29=I4, 30=J5, 31=A6, 32=B7, 33=C8, 34=D9, 35=E10, 36=F11, 37=G0, 38=H1, 39=I2, 40=J3, 41=A4, 42=B5, 43=C6, 44=D7, 45=E8, 46=F9, 47=G10, 48=H11, 49=I0, 50=J1, 51=A2, 52=B3, 53=C4, 54=D5, 55=E6, 56=F7, 57=G8, 58=H9, 59=I10, 60=J11. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by a number (n) and the `Root' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (nL) is: 1=1A, 2=2B, 3=3C, 4=4D, 5=5E, 6=6F, 7=7G, 8=8H, 9=9I, 10=10J, 11=1K, 12=2L, 13=3A, 14=4B, 15=5C, 16=6D, 17=7E, 18=8F, 19=9G, 20=10H, 21=1I, 22=2J, 23=3K, 24=4L, 25=5A, 26=6B, 27=7C, 28=8D, 29=9E, 30=10F, 31=1G, 32=2H, 33=3I, 34=4J, 35=5K, 36=6L, 37=7A, 38=8B, 39=9C, 40=10D, 41=1E, 42=2F, 43=3G, 44=4H, 45=5I, 46=6J, 47=7K, 48=8L, 49=9A, 50=10B, 51=1C, 52=2D, 53=3E, 54=4F, 55=5G, 56=6H, 57=7I, 58=8J, 59=9K, 60=10L. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by an alphabet (L) and the `Root' of time is also expressed by an alphabet (L), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (LL) is: 1=AA, 2=BB, 3=CC, 4=DD, 5=EE, 6=FF, 7=GG, 8=HH, 9=II, 10=JJ, 11=AK, 12=BL, 13=CA, 14=DB, 15=EC, 16=FD, 17=GE, 18=HF, 19=IG, 20=JH, 21=AI, 22=BJ, 23=CK, 24=DL, 25=EA, 26=FB, 27=GC, 28=HD, 29=IE, 30=JF, 31=AG, 32=BH, 33=CI, 34=DJ, 35=EK, 36=FL, 37=GA, 38=HB, 39=IC, 40=JD, 41=AE, 42=BF, 43=CG, 44=DH, 45=EI, 46=FJ, 47=GK, 48=HL, 49=IA, 50=JB, 51=AC, 52=BD, 53=CE, 54=DF, 55=EG, 56=FH, 57=GI, 58=HJ, 59=IK, 60=JL. If the `Stem' of time is expressed by a word (W) and the `Root' of time is also expressed by a word (W), the relation of `Numerology' (N) and `Time Code' (W-W) is: 1=GAP-CHI, 2=EUT-CHO, 3=BIM-YAN, 4=DIM-MOU, 5=MOO-SEN, 6=GAI-CHJ, 7=GEN-NGG, 8=SUN-MEI, 9=YAM-SAN, 10=QUI-YAU, 11=GAP-SHT, 12=EUT-HOI, 13=BIM-CHI, 14=DIM-CHO, 15=MOO-YAN, 16=GAI-MOU, 17=GEN-SEN, 18=SUN-CHJ, 19=YAM-NGG, 20=QUI-MEI, 21=GAP-SAN, 22=EUT-YAU, 23=BIM-SHT, 24=DIM-HOI, 25=MOO-CHI, 26=GAI-CHO, 27=GEN-YAN, 28=SUN-MOU, 29=YAM-SEN, 30=QUI-CHJ, 31=GAP-NGG, 32=EUT-MEI, 33=BIM-SAN, 34=DIM-YAU, 35=MOO-SHT, 36=GAI-HOI, 37=GEN-CHI, 38=SUN-CHO, 39=YAM-YAN, 40=QUI-MOU, 41=GAP-SEN, 42=EUT-CHJ, 43=BIM-NGG, 44=DIM-MEI, 45=MOO-SAN, 46=GAI-YAU, 47=GEN-SHT, 48=SUN-HOI, 49=YAM-CHI, 50=QUI-CHO, 51=GAP-YAN, 52=EUT-MOU, 53=BIM-SEN, 54=DIM-CHJ, 55=MOO-NGG, 56=GAI-MEI, 57=GEN-SAN, 58=SUN-YAU, 59=YAM-SHT, 60=QUI-HOI. Usually, `Numerology' (N) is expressed by one or two digits to note the order of a `Time Code'. For example, `N=1' or `N=01' means the first entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Time Co-ordinates' and `N=60' means it is the 60th entry. For easier time strap comparison by computer, the `Numerology' (N) must be expressed by two digits. If `N' is a number less than 10, a digit `0' should be placed in front of the number. For example, `N=9' becomes `N=09'. Conventionally, `Time Code' is expressed beginning with year, then month, day, hour (a period of 2 hours), minute (a period of 10 minutes), second (a period of 50 seconds) and tiny second (a period of 4.17 seconds) respectively. The `Time Code' of human fortune is expressed beginning with `Big Fortune' (Decade Fortune), then `Small Fortune' (1 year), `Year Fortune' (1 year), `Month Fortune' (1 month), `Day Fortune' (1day), `Hour Fortune' (a period of 2 hours), `Minute Fortune' (a period of 10 minutes), `Second Fortune' (a period of 50 seconds) and `Tiny Fortune' (a period of 4.17 seconds) respectively. For example, `N=28313827133441' stands for `H3(year)A6(month)H1(day)G2(2-hour)C0(10-minute)D9(50-second)A4(4.17-second)'. If `HD' stands for A.D.2011, the time is 3:07:39a.m. on 15th June, 2011. `N=12252225533056' stands for `B11E0B9E0C4J5F7'. If `BL' stands for A.D.1995, the time is 11:44:42p.m. on 20th Dec., 1995. If the `Numerology' of fortune of a person is `N=502717202053321439', it stands for `JBGCGEJHJHCEBHDBIC'. If `GE' stands for A.D.2000, the time is 8:10:59a.m. on 24th July, 2000.
23.SoulIn the real world, `Soul' is `Mind' or `Thinking'. It is the brain of a person. In `PT&FM', `Soul' is an abstract term. It can be regarded as the stamina of one's `Spirit', `Idea' or `Intension'. In `PT&FM', `Soul' is an invisible `Virtual Focus'. All the things that happened in the world are defined as `Events' and all the `Events' that related to this `Virtual Focus' (Soul) of a person mathematically is called one's `Destiny'. The Soul (S) Formula is S=m-A[h/2] (Mod 12). `S' is the zone which marks the position of `Soul'. `m' is the solar month of birth of a person. If the birthday and time of a person is before `Joint of Month', it is regarded as previous month. `h' is the time of birth of a person reckoning on a 24-hour base. `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `S=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if S>11 then `S' becomes `S-12' and if S<0 then `S' becomes `S+12'. Thus, the value range of `S=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11.
24.BodyIn the real world, `Body' is `Flesh' and `Bone'. Limbs, trunk and organs are major parts of the body of a person. In `PT&FM', `Body' is an abstract term. It can be regarded as the `Biological Life' of a person. In `PT&FM', `Body' is an invisible `Virtual Focus'. All the things that happened in the world are defined as `Events' and all the `Events' that related to this `Virtual Focus' (Body) of a person mathematically is called one's `Destiny'. The Body (B) Formula is B=m+A[h/2] (Mod 12). `B' is the zone which marks the position of `Body'. `m' is the solar month of birth of a person. If the birthday and time of a person is before `Joint of Month', it is regarded as previous month. `h' is the time of birth of a person reckoning on a 24-hour base. `A[n]' is an approximated integer function such that it takes the nearest whole number of `n'. `B=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if B>11 then `B' becomes `B-12' and if B<0 then `B' becomes `B+12'. Thus, the value range of `B=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11.
25.Nature`Nature' is an abstract term in `PT&FM'. It can be regarded as the stamina of one's `Character', `Mind' and `Behaviour'. In `PT&FM', `Nature' is an invisible `Virtual Focus'. In general, the `Nature' of a person affects one's `Mind' and `Behaviour' throughout his life. The `Virtual Focus' (Nature) will move in the space as time changes. Occasionly, the track of it coincides with a particular `Timeon' and this `Timeon' affects one's `Nature' severely throughout his life. Hence, the main characteristics of one's `Nature' can be represented by the disposition of this `Timeon'. Since, as time passing by, there are various `Timeons' moving in and out of a zone, one's `Nature' is also affected by these wandering `Timeons'. One's `Mind' and `Behaviour' always changes aganist time. Actually, based on the `Theory of `PT&FM', no two individuals can have absolutely identical `Nature' in the world.
26.Countenance`Countenance' is an abstract term in `PT&FM'. It can be regarded as the `Biological Character' of a person. In `PT&FM', `Countenance' is an invisible `Virtual Focus'. The `Virtual Focus' (Countenance) will move in the space as time changes. Occasionly, the track of it coincides with a particular `Timeon' and this `Timeon' affects one's `Countenance' severely throughout his life. Hence, the main characteristics of one's `Countenance' can be represented by the disposition of this `Timeon'. Since, as time passing by, there are various `Timeons' moving in and out of a zone, one's `Countenance' is also affected by these wandering `Timeons'. One's `Appearance' and `Trunk' always changes aganist time. Actually, based on the `Theory of `PT&FM', no two individuals can have absolutely identical `Countenance' in the world.
27.Fortune`Fortune' is an abstract term in `PT&FM'. It can be regarded as one's `Opportunity'. In `PT&FM', the `Fortune' of a person is the consequence of a serial of `Events' revolving around one's `Soul' and `Body' throughout one's life-span. There are two types of revolving directions of `Fortune', namely the clockwise direction and the anti-clockwise direction. They revolve according to the order of `Fortune Co-ordinates'. Conventionally, in `PT&FM', the clockwise revolution of `Fortune' is assigned to positive and the anti-clockwise revolution of `Fortune' is assigned to negative. `Fortune Co-ordinates' represent the influence of `Gravitational Wave' of `Timeons' inserted in `Bounds'. The `Gravitational Wave' of `Timeons' is the source of power that drives human destiny.
28.Bounds`Bounds' is also known as `Fortune Focus' because it shows the fortune in a zone of a person. `Bounds' is different from `Fortune' and their co-ordinates usually are not the same. The former is regarded as a region or a time segment such that the `Fortune' of a person can be shown in it. The region or time segment is represented by a zone. The latter is a pair of co-ordinates named as `Fortune Co-ordinates'. They represent the influences of `Gravitational Waves' of `Timeons' inserted in a region. The `Gravitational Waves' of `Timeons' are the sources of power that determine human fortune. In other words, the `Events' evoked by the `Fate Particles' of `Fortune' in a zone of `Bounds' structure the fortune of a person. Mathematically, `Bounds' is a term that means `Time Interval'. The fortune of human can be divided into different types of `Time Intervals'. They are `Decade Bounds', `Year Bounds', `Month Bounds', `Day Bounds', `Hour Bounds', `10-Minute Bounds', `50-Second Bounds' and `4.17-Second Bounds'. In `PT&FM', `Bounds' is regarded as the `Focus' of human fortune within a period of time. The `Timeon Model' structured by a collection of typical or mixed `Timeons' in a `Bounds' gives out `Opportunity' and evokes a particular `Event'. The consequence of a serial of `Events' in the `Bounds' revolving around one's `Soul' and `Body' throughout one's life-span is `Destiny'.
29.Fate Particle`Fate Particle' can be regarded as an invisible particle or gravitational waves that can enlighten thinkings and determine the ultimate behaviour of human beings in `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics’. In fact, `Fate Paricles’ are real stars in the sky. So, `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics’ is astrology. Different `Fate Particle' will directly lead to the occurrence of different `Event' because an `Event' always appears as a consequence of decision and behaviour of human beings. An `Event' is often regarded as a basic `Destiny Unit' because one's `Destiny' is composed of a serial of `Events' and a serial of `Events’ will lead to a certain consequence. This is called `Destiny’ of human beings. Since the position of a `Fate Particle' in the space is determined by `Time' only, a more specific term for `Fate Particle' is used in `Prediction Technology and Forensic Mathematics’ instead. The word is `Timeon’. `Timeon' is a newly created word. It was created by combining the words `Time' and `on'. The word `on' is a conventionally suffix added to the radical of a word to mean a kind of particle in Physics. The principle of creating new names for different kinds of `Timeons' is similar. The main part means certain duration of `Time'. The suffix normally means a kind of particle `on’. Though `Timeon' means a `Time Particle', remember, it is also a real star in the sky.
30.Timeon`Timeon' means `Time Particle'. It is the smallest indivisible unit of a `Time Gene’ in `Time Genetics’. `Timeons' are real stars in the sky so the gravitational forces and gravitational wave of `Timeons’ can enlighten thinkings and determine the ultimate behaviour of human beings. `Timeons’ are analogous to biological genes which control the growth of human beings. So, `Timeons’ are `Time Genes’ which can switch on `Events’. This is the `Theory of Time Genetics’. Since an `Event' appears as a consequence of ideas and behaviours, a single `Event’ is known as a basic `Destiny Unit'. A serial of consecutive `Events’ will lead to a certain consequence is called `Destiny’ of human beings. The location of a `Timeon’ always follows the orbit of a star. Unlike micro-particles in Physics, `Timeons’ are huge stars. If `Time' is used as a radical of a word to mean `Time' and `on' is a suffix used to represent `Particle', new words of `Time Duration’, like `Chz’, `Millennium’, `Century’, `Decade’, `Year’, `Month’, `Day’, `Hour’, `Minute’, `Second’ and `Tiny’, combined with `on' are established to mean different types of `Time Particles'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `TIME (Duration)’+`ON'. For example, `CHZON’ is a `Timeon’ with duration of influence in four hours. The word with the first capital letter is `Time (duration)’+`on'. For example, `Millenon’ is a `Timeon’ with duration of influence in one thousand years. Usually the word is written as `time (duration)’+`on' in small letters. For example, `centuryon’ is a `Timeon’ with duration of influence in one hundred years. The plural form is `time (duration)+`ons'. For example, `decadeons’ are `Timeons’ with duration of influence in ten years. According to the duration and characteristics of `Timeons', `Timeons' can be classified in 10 groups. They are 1.Chzon, 2.Millenon, 3.Centuryon, 4.Decadeon, 5.Yearon, 6.Monthon, 7.Dayon, 8.Houron, 9.Minuteon, 10.Secondon, 11.Tinyon. Note that if other groups of `Timeons’ are discovered, this naming system can be applied in the same manner.
31.Time GeneThe smallest unit of `Time Gene’ just consists of a single `Timeon’. A complex `Time Gene' is composed of a collection of typical or mixed types of `Timeons'. An example of a collection of typical `Timeons' to form a `Timeon Gene' is `Lun’, `Yim’, `Yiu’ and `Muk’ when they coincide in `Zone 8’ if the `Year Fortune Code’ of a person is `J7’. This `Time Gene’ means marriage because `Lun’, `Yim’, `Yiu’ and `Muk’ are `Timeons’ related to wedding, love, affection, passion, and sexual intercourse. If this typical `Time Gene' also coincides with `Timeons’ of other types, they belong to mixed type of `Timeons’. This means that there are two types of `Events’ occurred at the same time. For example, `Yuk’ is a `Timeon’ which means `Detention' or `Imprison'. If `Yuk’ coincides with `Lun’, `Yim’, `Yiu’ and `Muk’, the vision of these mixed type of `Timeons’ shows that the wedding is held in a prison. `Time Gene' is also named as `Time Model'. A particular structure of `Time Gene' formed by a collection of special `Timeons' is the switch to evoke a particular `Event'. The situation is analogy to the essence of biological genes which can control body growth at different stage of a person in biological genetics. For example, `Time Gene' of a collection of `Chzons' can determine `Destiny Characteristics' of people. The structures of some `Time Genes' formed by a collection of passionate `Timeons' can evoke human affections. Some `Time Genes' formed by a collection of mixed types of `Timeons' can switch on natural disasters, like earthquakes, landslides and tsunamis. Earthquakes, landslides and tsunamis always happen associating with death, injuries and loss at the same time because these `Events’ are caused by mixed type of `Timeons'.
32.Chzon`Chzon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Chzons' can determine the major part of one's `Destiny Characteristics'. The `Timeons' in this family are directly related to `Chz'. Including `Chz', altogether there are 14 members in Chzon's family. The `Timeon Model' of `Chzon' affects fate and fortune throughout one's life-span. The radical of the specific term `Chzon' is derived from `Chz' because all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family are directly related to `Chz'. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Chzon' actually means `Timeon of Chz'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `Chzon' and the word with the first capital letter is `Chzon'. Usually the word is written as `chzon' in small letters and its plural form is `chzons'.
33.Millenon`Millenon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Millenon' can determine the world's `Millennial Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Millennial Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Millennial Fortune' is called the `Millennial Code' (MnC). The members in Millenon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Millenon' affects the fate and fortune of the world within one thousand years. The radical of the specific term `Millenon' is derived from the word `millennium' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 1,000 years. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Millenon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of one thousand years'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `MILLENON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Millenon'. Usually the word is written as `millenon' in small letters and its plural form is `millenons'.
34.Centuryon`Centuryon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Centuryon' can determine the world's `Centurial Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Centurial Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Centurial Fortune' is called the `Centurial Code' (CeC). The members in Centuryon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Centuryon' affects the fate and fortune of the world within one hundred years. The radical of the specific term `Centuryon' is derived from the word `century' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 100 years. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Centuryon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of one hundred years'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `CENTURYON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Centuryon'. Usually the word is written as `centuryon' in small letters and its plural form is `centuryons'.
35.Decadeon`Decadeon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Decadeon' can determine one's `Decade Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Decade Fortune'. The `Decade Fortune' is also called the `Big Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Decade Fortune' or `Big Fortune' is called the `Decade Code' (DeC) or `Big Fortune Code' (BFC). The members in Decadeon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Decadeon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within ten years. The radical of the specific term `Decadeon' is derived from the word `decade' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 10 years. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Decadeon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of ten years'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `DECADEON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Decadeon'. Usually the word is written as `decadeon' in small letters and its plural form is `decadeons'.
36.Yearon`Yearon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Yearon' is a complex `Timeon Model' which is determined both by the `Year Code' (YC) of `Year Fortune' and the `Small Fortune Code' (SFC) of the fortune co-ordinates of `Small Fortune' of a person. The members in Yearon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Yearon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within one year. The radical of the specific term `Yearon' is derived from the word `year' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 1 year. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Yearon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of one year'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `YEARON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Yearon'. Usually the word is written as `yearon' in small letters and its plural form is `yearons'.
37.Monthon`Monthon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Monthon' can determine one's `Month Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Month Code'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Month Fortune' is called the `Month Code' (MC). The members in Monthon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Monthon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within one month. The radical of the specific term `Monthon' is derived from the word `month' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 1 month only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Monthon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of one month'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `MONTHON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Monthon'. Usually the word is written as `monthon' in small letters and its plural form is `monthons'.
38.Dayon`Dayon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Dayon' can determine one's `Day Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Day Code' of `Day Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Day Fortune' is called the `Day Code' (DC). The members in Dayon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Dayon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within one day. The radical of the specific term `Dayon' is derived from the word `day' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 1 day only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Dayon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of one day'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `DAYON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Dayon'. Usually the word is written as `dayon' in small letters and its plural form is `dayons'.
39.Houron`Houron' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Houron' can determine one's `Couple Hours Fortune'. For short, `Couple Hours Fortune' is usually called `Hour Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Hour Code' of `Hour Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Hour Fortune' is called the `Hour Code' (HC). The members in Houron's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Houron' affects the fate and fortune of a person within two hours. The radical of the specific term `Houron' is derived from the word `hour' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 2 hours only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Houron' actually means `Time Particle with influence of two hours'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `HOURON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Houron'. Usually the word is written as `houron' in small letters and its plural form is `hourons'.
40.Minuteon`Minuteon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Minuteon' can determine one's `Ten Minutes Fortune'. For short, `Ten Minutes Fortune' is usually called `Minute Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Minute Code' of `Ten Minutes Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Minute Fortune' is called the `Minute Code' (MiC). The members in Minuteon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Minuteon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within ten minutes. The radical of the specific term `Minuteon' is derived from the word `minute' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 10 minutes only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Minuteon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of ten minutes'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `MINUTEON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Minuteon'. Usually the word is written as `minuteon' in small letters and its plural form is `minutes'.
41.Secondon`Secondon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Secondon' can determine one's `50-second Fortune'. For short, `50-second Fortune' is usually called `Second Fortune'. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Second Code' of `50-seconds Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `50-second Fortune' is called the `Second Code' (SeC). The members in Secondon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Secondon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within fifty seconds. The radical of the specific term `Secondon' is derived from the word `second' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family last 50 seconds only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Secondon' actually means `Time Particle with influence of fifty seconds'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `SECONDON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Secondon'. Usually the word is written as `secondon' in small letters and its plural form is `secondons'.
42.Tinyon`Tinyon' is a type of `Timeon'. The `Timeon Model' built up by `Tinyon' can determine one's fortune within four and one-sixth seconds, approximately 4.17 seconds. In general, the fortune of a period of time for four and one-sixth seconds is called the `Tiny Fortune' because the period of time is very short. The structure of the `Timeon Model' built up by the `Timeons' in this family is directly determined by the `Tiny Code' of `Tiny Fortune'. The `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' of `Tiny Fortune' is called the `Tiny Code' (TiC). The members in Tinyon's family are numerous. The `Timeon Model' of `Tinyon' affects the fate and fortune of a person within 4 and one-sixth seconds (approximate 4.17 seconds). The radical of the specific term `Tinyon' is derived from the word `tiny' because the influences of all the `Time Particles' (Timeons) in this family can last a very short period of time, 4 and one-sixth seconds (approximately 4.17 seconds) only. `on' is a general code used to represent `Particle'. Thus, `Tinyon' actually means `Time Particle with influence in four and one-sixth seconds'. According to grammatical rules, the block form of the word is `TINYON' and the word with the first capital letter is `Tinyon'. Usually the word is written as `tinyon' in small letters and its plural form is `tinyons'.
43.Fortune Code`Fortune Code' is a mathematical expression such that it can represent a fortune status. The expression is either a simple numerical sign or an array with mixed numerals and alphabets. There are altogether six types of `Fortune Code' expressions. 1.If `Fortune Code' is expressed by a number to show the order of entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates', it is called `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' or `Numerology' (N). Usually, `Numerology' (N) is expressed by one or two digits to show the sequence of entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates'. For example, `N=7' or `N=07' means the seventh entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' and `N=34' means it is the 34th entry. For easier time strap comparison by computer, the `Numerology' (N) must be expressed by two digits. Conventionally, the Numerology (N) of time is expressed beginning with year. For example, `N=28313827' stands for `H3(year)A6(month)H1(day)G2(hour)'. The time is 3 a.m. on 15th June, 2011. `N=12252225' stands for `B11E0B9E0'. The time is 11 p.m. on 20th Dec., 1995. 2.The expression of `Fortune Co-ordinates' is called `Co-ordinates Fortune Code' (CFC). It is a two dimensional array of numerical signs named `Co-ordinates'. For example, `CFC=(1,0)' means that the `Fortune Code' (FC) is `(1,0)'. 3.The expression of `Matrix Fortune Code' (MFC) is a mixed array of firstly an alphabet and secondly a numeral. For example, `MFC=A0' means that the `Fortune Code' (FC) is `A0'. 4.The expression of `Item Fortune Code' (IFC) is a mixed array of firstly a numeral and secondly an alphabet. For example, `IFC=1A' means that the `Fortune Code' (FC) is `1A'. 5.The expression of `Alphabet Fortune Code' (AFC) is an array of two alphabets. For example, `AFC=AA' means that the `Fortune Code' (FC) is `AA'. 6.The expression of `Words Fortune Code' (WFC) is an array of two `words'. Actually, the `words' are created by combinations of three letters. For example, `WFC=GAP-CHI' means that the `Fortune Code' (FC) is `GAP-CHI'. All the above 6 types of `Fortune Code' (FC) expressions represent the same fortune status of a person. That is, SFC=CFC=MFC=IFC=AFC=WFC and 7=(1,0)=A0=1A=AA=GAP-CHI. The `Fortune Codes' are widely used to express the fortune status of `Decade Fortune' (Big Fortune), `Small Fortune', `Year Fortune', `Month Fortune', `Day Fortune', `Hour Fortune', `Minute Fortune', `Second Fortune' and `Tiny Fortune'. They are named as `Decade Fortune Code', `Small Fortune Code', `Year Code', `Month Code', `Day Code', `Hour Code', `Minute Code', `Second Code' and `Tiny Code' respectively.
44.Fortune Origin`Fortune Origin' is the starting point of one's fortune. There are altogether 11 types of `Fortune Origins'. 1.`Millennial Fortune Origin' (MiFO) 2.`Centurial Fortune Origin' (CFO) 3.`Decade Fortune Origin/Big Fortune Origin' (BFO) 4.`Small Fortune Origin' (SFO) 5.`Year Fortune Origin' (YFO) 6.`Month Fortune Origin' (MFO) 7.`Day Fortune Origin' (DFO) 8.`Hour Fortune Origin' (HFO) 9.`Minute Fortune Origin' (NFO) 10.`Second Fortune Origin' (SFO) 11.`Tiny Fortune Origin' (TFO) . The mathematical expression of a `Fortune Origin' (FO) is a `Fortune Code' (FC). The expression is either a simple numerical sign or an array with mixed numerals and alphabets. There are altogether six types of `Fortune Code' expressions. 1.`Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates', also named `Sequential Fortune Code' (SFC), for example SFC=60; 2.`Fortune Co-ordinates', also named `Co-ordinates Fortune Code' (CFC), for example CFC=(10,11); 3.`Matrix Fortune Code (MFC), for example MFC=J11; 4.`Item Fortune Code' (IFC), for example IFC=10L; 5.`Alphabet Fortune Code' (AFC), for example AFC=JL; 6.`Words Fortune Code' (WFC), for example WFC=`FO=QUI-HOI'. Thus, `FO=60', `FO=(10,11)', `FO=J11', `FO=10L', `FO=JL' and `FO=QUI-HOI' represent the same `Fortune Origin' (FO) of a person.
45.Fortune Co-ordinates`Fortune Co-ordinates' are `Co-ordinates' arranged consecutively in a cycle of 60. The expression of `Fortune Co-ordinates' (FCO) is a two dimensional array of numerical signs named `Co-ordinates'. The general form of `Fortune Co-ordinates' is `(G,C)', where `G' and `C' are integers. Mathematically, the expression of `Fortune Co-ordinates' (G,C) can be imagined as a point on a XY-plane with `G' as a value on the X-axis and `C' as a value on the Y-axis. The fortune of a person always starts from the `Fortune Origin' (FO) and follows the order of `Fortune Co-ordinates' (FCO) moving to the next fortune status either clockwise or anti-clockwise.
46.Year FormulaThe `Year Code' repeats in a cycle of 60 years. The relation between `Year' (Y) and `Year Code' (YC) is Y=YC-57 (Mod 60). The general form of `Year Formula' is Y=YC-57+60n (Mod 60), where `n' is an integer. `n' can be negative, zero or positive. `Y=(Mod 60)' is a special modulated function. Normally, it stands for if `Y' is greater than 60 then `Y' becomes `Y-60' and if `Y' is smaller than 1 then `Y' becomes `Y+60'. Thus, the value range of `Y=(Mod 60)' is from 1 to 60. But, in the case of reckoning years, the value of `Y' can exceed 60 and less than 1. In case `Y' is smaller than 1, it means the year is before Christ (B.C.). If the year is positive or greater than 60, it means the year is `anno Domini' (A.D.). For more convenient in calculation of recent years, Y=YC-57+60x33+60n (Mod 60), Y=YC-57+1980+60n (Mod 60), Y=YC+1923+60n (Mod 60). Hence, the `Year Formula' can be written as Y=YC+1923+60n (Mod 60). After further simplification, the `Year Formula' is Y=YC+1923. To calculate the year of one cycle of `Year Code' before, subtract 60 years from the result. To calculate the year of one cycle of `Year Code' after, add 60 years to the result.
47.Destiny Characteristics`Destiny Characteristics' are essences of a person, like appearance and fate. Owing to the fact that `Chz' is a crucial variable of many `Timeon Formulae', it is the most important `Fate Particle'. The constitution of it's related `Timeons' will form a special `Timeon Model' which can determine the `Destiny Characteristics' of a person. Hence, the value of `Chz' can be regarded as a `Code' of finger-prints of personal `Destiny Characteristics'. In the `Life Code Formula' LC=YC+S+Chz+B+SC+DC, `YC' is the `Year Code' at birth of a person reckoning in a solar calender. The `Year Code' is expressed in the form of `Fortune Sequence Code' of `Year Co-ordinates'. `S' is the zone which marks the position of `Soul'. The values of `YC', `S' and `Chz' are the most important values of one's `Life Code' (LC) because one can determine whether a person is alive or dead by these three values.
48.Destiny Characteristics Track`Destiny Characteristics Track' is an imaginary orbit of one's `Soul' moving in an abstract space. There are altogether five `Destiny Characteristics Tracks' of human no matter where or when one was born. The five `Destiny Characteristics Tracks' are named as `E16', `E27', `E38', `E49' and `E50'. The value of `Destiny Characteristics Track' is a crucial variable to determine the zone of `Chz' and, ultimately, the `Timeon Model' of `Chzons'.
49.ZoneAssume the origin of observation is taken at 21 degrees of north latitude and 120 degrees of east longitude. A complete revolution in the plane about the origin of observation on the earth's surface is 360 degrees. If the space within 1 degree is regarded as a `Zone Unit', a revolution can be divided into 360 small zones. In this case, the locations of `Timeons' can be calculated very precisely but the `Formulae of Timeons' are thirty times more complex to derived and calculation of the zone of a `Timeon Gene' is extraordinarily difficult. If a complete revolution in the plane about the origin of observation on the earth's surface is divided into 12 equal parts, the `Formulae of Timeons' are easily derived and the calculation is very much simplified. The 12 equal parts are named as `Zone' and each zone is assigned a numerical name. The 12 zone are consecutive numbers starting counting from `0' and ends at `11'. Each zone covers an angle of 30 degrees. Usually the letter `X' is assigned to the variable of a zone. `Zone 0' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 345 degrees to 15 degrees. The direction centre is at 0 degree. That is true north. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the east and 15 degrees to the west. `Zone 1' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 15 degrees to 45 degrees. The direction centre is at 30 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the east. `Zone 2' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 45 degrees to 75 degrees. The direction centre is at 60 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the east. `Zone 3' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 75 degrees to 105 degrees. The direction centre is at 90 degrees. That is east. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the south. `Zone 4' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 105 degrees to 135 degrees. The direction centre is at 120 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the south and 15 degrees to the east. `Zone 5' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 135 degrees to 165 degrees. The direction centre is at 150 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the south and 15 degrees to the east. `Zone 6' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 165 degrees to 195 degrees. The direction centre is at 180 degrees. That is south. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the east and 15 degrees to the west. `Zone 7' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 195 degrees to 225 degrees. The direction centre is at 210 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the south and 15 degrees to the west. `Zone 8' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 225 degrees to 255 degrees. The direction centre is at 240 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the south and 15 degrees to the west. `Zone 9' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 255 degrees to 285 degrees. The direction centre is at 270 degrees. That is west. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the south. `Zone 10' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 285 degrees to 315 degrees. The direction centre is at 300 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the west. `Zone 11' covers an angle of the `True Bearing' from 315 degrees to 345 degrees. The direction centre is at 330 degrees. The zone's maximum coverage is 30 degrees. The limits of deviation from direction centre is 15 degrees to the north and 15 degrees to the west.
50.Adjacent ZonesThe adjacent zones of a zone with zone number `Z' are two zones nearby it in such a way that one zone has a smaller zone number (Za) than it by 1 and another has a greater zone number (Zb) than it by 1. The formulae of adjacent zones are Za=Z-1 (Mod 12) and Zb=Z+1 (Mod 12). `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z>11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if Z<0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. A timeon affects its zone mostly but never threathens its adjacent zones. That is, the influence of the original zone `Z' on its adjacent zones is none.
51.Opposite ZonesThe opposite zone (Zo) of a zone with zone number `Z' is a zone in the opposite direction of it. The formula of opposite zone is Zo=Z+6 (Mod 12) or Zo=Z-6 (Mod 12). `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z>11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if Z<0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Opposite zones are closely related. A timeon affects its zone mostly and threathens its opposite zone greatly. The influence of the original zone `Z' on its opposite zone is 80%.
52.Symmetric ZonesThe symmetric zones (Zs) are two zones symmetrical to each other on two sides of a virtual vertical axis running from north to south. The formula of symmetric zone (Zs) is Zs=1-Z (Mod 12), where `Z' is the zone number of a zone. `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z>11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if Z<0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. Symmetric zones are closely related. A timeon affects its zone mostly and threathens its symmetric zone. The influence of the original zone `Z' on its symmetric zone is 60%.
53.Concurrent ZonesThe concurrent zones (Zc) are three zones virtually aggregate together to get greater strength and influence on each other. The formula of concurrent zones (Zc) is Zc=Z+4 (Mod 12) and Zc=Z+8 (Mod 12). `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if Z>11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if Z<0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. The concurrent zones are very closely related. A timeon affects its zone mostly and threathens its concurrent zones. The influence of the original zone `Z' on its concurrent zones is 50%.
54.Combined ZonesThe combined zones (Zd) are three adjacent zones combined together to get greater strength and influence in one direction. The formula of combined zones (Zd) of north is Zd=11,0,1. The formula of combined zones (Zd) of east is Zd=2,3,4. The formula of combined zones (Zd) of south is Zd=5,6,7. The formula of combined zones (Zd) of west is Zd=8,9,10. That is, the zones 11, 0 and 1 are combined together and to be strengthened in the north direction. The zones 2, 3 and 4 are combined together and to be strengthened in the east direction. The zones 5, 6 and 7 are combined together and to be strengthened in the south direction. The zones 8, 9 and 10 are combined together and to be strengthened in the west direction. Though the combined zones are very closely related pointing to one direction, a timeon affects its zone mostly but does not threathen its combined zones. The influence of the original zone `Z' on its combined zones is none.
55.Sex Code`Sex Code' (SC) is a mathematical value of `Sex' of a person at birth. There are altogether two different values of `Sex Codes'. The `Sex Code' of male is `m' and that of female is `f'. In general, the value of `m' is assumed as `0' and the value of `f' is `1'. The `Sex Code' of transsexual is the original sex at birth. The `Sex Code' of hermaphrodite or people have no sex could be either `m' or `f'. In this case, both sex codes should be used to check out which one is more accurate.
56.Decade Fortune Revolution Mode`Decade Fortune Revolution Mode' (RM) is a mathematical expression that can show the revolving direction of `Decade Fortune' (DeF) in the `Decade Fortune Track' (DeFT). There are altogether two different types of `Decade Fortune Revolution Modes', namely `Clockwise Revolution Mode' (CRM) and `Anti-clockwise Revolution Mode' (ARM). The `Decade Fortune Track' (DeFT) of human beings is also named as `Big Fortune Track' (BFT). The `Decade Fortune' (DeF) is either revolving clockwise or anti-clockwise in the `Decade Fortune Track' (DeFT). It varies according to the `Sex Code' (SC) and the year `y' in Gregorian calendar. `SC' is the `Sex Code' of a person. The `Sex Code' of male is `m' and that of female is `f'. In general, the value of `m' is assigned to `0' and the value of `f' is `1'. The `Sex Code' of transsexual is the original sex at birth. The `Sex Code' of hermaphrodite or people have no sex could be either `m' or `f'. In this case, both sex codes should be used to check out which one is more accurate. The `Decade Fortune Revolution Mode Formula' is RM=R[({&C[SC:m=0, f=1]}+y)/2]. If RM=0, it means that the `Decade Fortune Revolution Mode' is clockwise. If RM=1, it means that the `Decade Fortune Revolution Mode' is anti-clockwise. In `PT&FM', conventionally the mathematical value of a clockwise revolving direction is regarded as postive and the value of an anti-clockwise revolving direction is regarded as negative. `&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[m/n]' is a remainder function such that it is the remainder of `m' divided by `n'. `n' is a natural number.
57.Small Fortune Spin ModeThere are two different types of `Spin Modes' (SM), namely `Clockwise Spin Mode' (CSM) and `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' (ASM). The destiny of human beings in a year is controlled by two `Fortune Tracks' (FT). They are `Annual Fortune Track' (AFT) and `Year Fortune Track' (YFT). The `Annual Fortune Track' (AFT) is usually called `Small Fortune Track' (SFT). The `Small Fortune Spin Mode' is a mathematical expression that can show the spinning direction of `Small Fortune' in the `Fortune Track' (FT). Note that `Small Fortune Spin Mode' is different from `Year Fortune Spin Mode'. The `Small Fortune Spin Modes' of human beings are classified as `Clockwise Spin Mode' (CSM) and `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' (ASM). The `Small Fortune' is either spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise in the `Fortune Track' (FT). It varies according to the `Sex Code' (SC) and age `a' of a person. `SC' is the `Sex Code' of a person. The `Sex Code' of male is `m' and that of female is `f'. In general, the value of `m' is assigned to `0' and the value of `f' is `1'. The `Sex Code' of transsexual is the original sex at birth. The `Sex Code' of hermaphrodite or people have no sex could be either `m' or `f'. In this case, both sex codes should be used to check out which one is more accurate. The `Small Fortune Spin Mode Formula' is SM=&C[SC=m:+a, SC=f:-a]. If SM=+a, it means that the `Small Fortune Spin Mode' is clockwise. If SM=-a, it means that the `Small Fortune Spin Mode' is anti-clockwise. In fact, the `Small Fortune Spin Mode' of male is always clockwise because SC=m & SM=+a. The `Small Fortune Spin Mode' of female is always anti-clockwise because SC=f & SM=-a. The `Year Fortune Spin Mode' is always clockwise. There is no `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' for `Year Fortune' but there does exist `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' for `Small Fortune' (Annual Fortune). Do not mix them together. The `Small Fortune Spin Mode' of female is anti-clockwise. The `Year Fortune Spin Mode Formula' is SM=+a. In `PT&FM', conventionally the mathematical value of a clockwise spinning direction is regarded as postive and the value of an anti-clockwise spinning direction is regarded as negative. `&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.).
58.Wong's Small Fortune Spin ModeThere are two different types of `Spin Modes' (SM), namely `Clockwise Spin Mode' (CSM) and `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' (ASM). The destiny of human beings in a year is controlled by two `Fortune Tracks' (FT). They are `Annual Fortune Track' (AFT) and `Year Fortune Track' (YFT). The `Annual Fortune Track' (AFT) is `Wong's Small Fortune Track' (WFT). Wong's Small Fortune of people is either spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise in the `Fortune Track' (FT). Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode is a mathematical expression that can show the spinning direction of `Small Fortune' in the `Fortune Track' (FT). Note that `Small Fortune Spin Mode' is different from `Year Fortune Spin Mode'. The `Year Fortune Spin Mode' is always clockwise. There is no `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' for `Year Fortune' but there does exist `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' for `Small Fortune' (Annual Fortune). Do not confused by them. If `a' is the exact age of a person and Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode is `SM=0', Wong's Small Fortune is `+a'. If `SM=1', Wong's Small Fortune is `-a'. But, the `Year Fortune Spin Mode' of people, no matter male or female, is always `+a'. In `PT&FM', conventionally the mathematical value of a clockwise spinning direction is regarded as postive and the value of an anti-clockwise spinning direction is regarded as negative. Wong's Small Fortune of human beings spins clockwise or anti-clockwise in the order of `Fortune Co-ordinates'. There are altogether two different types of Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode (SM). They are `Clockwise Spin Mode' (CSM) and `Anti-clockwise Spin Mode' (ASM). It varies according to the `Sex Code' (SC) and the year (y) after `Joint of Frebruary' in Gregorian calendar when a person was born. Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode Formula for people born in B.C. is SM=R[(&C[SC:m=0, f=1]+y-1)/2]. Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode Formula for people born in A.D. is SM=R[(&C[SC:m=0, f=1]+y)/2]. No matter a person was born in B.C. or A.D., if SM=0, it means that Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode is clockwise. If SM=1, it means that Wong's Small Fortune Spin Mode is anti-clockwise. `&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.
59.Life CodeThe `Life Code' of a person is composed of the `Life Code of Father' (FLC), the `Life Code of Mother' (MLC) and the `Life Code of Self' (SLC). Since the `Life Code of Father' also consists of the `Life Code' of his parents and the `Life Code of Mother' also consists of the `Life Code' of her parents, the destiny of a person is interactive among one's clan. The standard general form of `Life Code Formula' is `LC=(FLC,MLC,SLC)', where `FLC' is the `Life Code' of father such that FLC=YC+S+Chz+B+m+DC, `MLC' is the `Life Code' of mother such that MLC=YC+S+Chz+B+f+DC, `SLC' is the `Life Code' of oneself such that SLC=YC+S+Chz+B+SC+DC. Since the expression of `Life Code' (LC) is very long, usually people neglect the `Life Code of Father' (FLC) and the `Life Code of Mother' (MLC) for simplicity. People regard `Self Live Code' (SLC) as a special form of simplified `Life Code' (LC). In this case, `LC' equals `SLC'. Hence, `LC' is simplified as LC=YC+S+Chz+B+SC +DC. The `Life Code' (LC) are all composed of numerals, alphabets and commas. Theoretically, if the `Life Codes' of two individuals are identical, the appearance and fate of them are alike. But practically, except conjugated twins, there are no two persons coming out of two different clans with identical appearances and destiny because the `Life Codes' of their parents are not identical. Actually, conjugated twins are regarded as one single person in the `Fate Theory' because they were born all of a lump. `YC' is the `Year Code' at birth of a person reckoning in a solar calender. The `Year Code' is expressed in the form of `Fortune Sequence Code' of `Year Co-ordinates'. There are altogether 60 different values of `Year Codes'. `S' is the zone which marks the position of `Soul'. There are altogether 12 different values of `Zone Numbers' of `Soul'. `Chz' is the `Code' of finger-prints of `Destiny Characteristics' of a person. There are altogether 12 different values of `Destiny Characteristics'. `B' is the zone which marks the position of `Body'. There are altogether 12 different values of `Zone Numbers' of `Body'. `SC' is the `Sex Code' of a person. The `Sex Code' of male is `m' and that of female is `f'. In general, the value of `m' is assigned to `0' and the value of `f' is `1'. The `Sex Code' of transsexual is the original sex at birth. The `Sex Code' of hermaphrodite or people have no sex could be either `m' or `f'. In this case, both sex codes should be used to check out which one is more accurate. `DC' is the `Day Code' of a person at birth reckoning in a solar calender. There are altogether 60 different values of `Day Codes'. Since the value of `B' is partially dependent on the value of `S' and only three different values of `B' can be derived from one value of `S', the number of combinations of human's `Self Life Codes' (SLC) is `SLC=60x12x12x3x2x60'. Thus, `SLC=3,110,400'. In general, there are 3,110,400 basic types of essences of human. The appearance and fate of people in each type are alike. But, there are altogether 13,436,928,000,000 varieties of appearance and fate of people in the world. If the `Life Code' of father and the `Life Code' of mother are also taken in consideration, the number of varieties is infinite. This means that no two individuals, including appearances and fates, are identical in the world.
60.Function`&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[m/n]' is a remainder function such that it takes the remainder of `m' 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'. `U=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U>10 then `U' becomes `U-10' and if U<1 then `U' becomes `U+10'. Thus, the value range of `U=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. `x=(Mod 1)' is a modulated function such that if x=1 or x>1 then `x' becomes `x-1' and if x<0 then `x' becomes `x+1'. Thus, the value range of `x=(Mod 1)' is from 0 to a number smaller than 1. `x=(Mod 2)' is a modulated function such that if x=2 or x>2 then `x' becomes `x-2' and if x<0 then `x' becomes `x+2'. Thus, the value range of `x=(Mod 2)' is from 0 to a number smaller than 2. `x=(Mod 5)' is a modulated function such that if x>4 then `x' becomes `x-5' and if x<0 then `x' becomes `x+5'. Thus, the value range of `x=(Mod 5)' is from 0 to 4. `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if `Z' is greater than 11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if `Z' is less than 0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11. `x=(Mod 60)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 60. If x>60 then `x' becomes `x-60' and if x<1 then `x' becomes `x+60'. Thus, the value range of `x=(Mod 60)' is from 1 to 60.