Wall Constellation or Wall Water Yu
Wall Constellation 壁宿 or Wall Water Yu 壁水貐 is the 7th Lunar Mansion of Black Tortoise of the North.
The two main stars of this constellation resemble a wall, and it is believed to be the place where the Great Emperor of Heaven keeps all the books.
Therefore, this constellation represents literature and is named Wall (壁).
Yu is a mythical creature that looks like a miniature pig with dark yellowish color and tiger claws. It is believed to come out at night and feed on human flesh.
In some versions, Yu is considered to be the greater hog badger.
Deity of Wall Constellation or Wall Water Yu from the painting "Divinities of the Five Planets and Twenty-Eight Constellations" by Qiu Ying (about 1498 — 1552).
The people of Wall Water Yu Constellation are attentive, discreet, reliable, calm, trustworthy, organized, kind-hearted, and enjoy alone time.
However, they can also be stubborn, withdrawn, and have difficulty opening up to others, which may make them appear to struggle with human relations.
People of Wall Constellation are more likely to thrive in careers that require expert knowledge and provide stability, such as academic researchers, doctors, teachers, consultants, managers, administrators, etc.
Individuals of the Wall Water Yu Constellation approach love and relationships with seriousness but may not be very active or expressive.
They sometimes can be overly rational and demanding, which may cause them to miss good opportunities or engage in short-term relationships.
They take their time to observe and truly open up, rarely jumping into anything hastily.
However, once committed, they highly value stability and intimacy, remaining loyal and dedicated to their families.
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People of Wall Water Yu Constellation generally would have stable, comfortable, and down-to-earth lives.
They achieve success through intelligent and challenging work and build loving families after making serious commitments.