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Three Stars Constellation or Three Stars Water Ape

Three Stars Water Ape of the Three Stars Constellation

Three Stars Constellation 参宿 or Three Water Ape 参水猿 is the 7th Lunar Mansion of White Tiger of the West.

Three Stars Constellation or Three Stars Water Ape

This mansion includes three extremely bright, equidistant stars in the middle, hence named Three Stars (参).

Ancient Xiaozhuan Style Character for the Three Stars Constellation

Personality

 

The people of the Three Stars Water Ape Constellation are trustworthy, innovative, capable, rigorous, agile, energetic, honest, strong-minded, competitive, insightful, confident, and persistent.

 

Meanwhile, they might be impatient, impulsive, sometimes greedy, and overly straightforward.

Deity of Three Stars Constellation or Three Stars Water Ape

Deity of Three Stars Constellation or Three Stars Water Ape from the painting "Divinities of the Five Planets and Twenty-Eight Constellations" by Qiu Ying (about 1498 — 1552).

Career

 

People of the Three Stars Constellation are more likely to thrive in careers that require innovation and creativity, such as designers, engineers, photographers, actors, painters, musicians, teachers, and more.

Love

 

Individuals of the Three Stars Water Ape Constellation are often popular and attractive, with a sentimental and irrational nature.

 

They tend to be playful and spontaneous, easily engaging in flirtation and romantic encounters that may come and go quickly.

 

If they enter into serious relationships with someone they genuinely love, they can be loyal, romantic, and reliable.

 

However, if they settle due to age or other factors, they are likely to seek excitement outside of the relationship.

Destiny

 

People of the Three Stars Water Ape Constellation might experience lives full of challenges and would reach their prime during the middle ages.

 

By being discreet and responsible, building strong relationships, and seeking wise advice, they can maintain stability and achieve long-term success.

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