Tai Sui 2020 Guide: Zodiac Signs That Need to Bai Tai Sui (拜太岁)

I know what you’re thinking: It’s 2020! Do people still Bai Tai Sui (拜太岁) ? I know I don’t! That’s so 1920! So what are the Chinese Zodiac signs that need to Bai Tai Sui (拜太岁) in 2020 arh)? Asking for a friend.

Oh, wells.

Lest you’re not aware, Tai Sui (太岁) are the stars that are directly opposite the planet Jupiter, and they personified as deities in Chinese astrology.

The deities are in charge of people’s fortune. Every year, there would be several Chinese zodiac signs that would be in conflict with Tai Sui, which we’ll refer to as “犯太岁”.

These people would have unstable luck the entire year, so in order to counter the bad luck, they’ll have to worship the Tai Sui deities (拜太岁).

So, for the year of the rat, which Chinese zodiac signs would need to Bai Tai Sui?

Here’s the guide to Tai Sui 2020!


Born in 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996 and 2008

Well, this is expected.

If you’re born in this year’s animal, you’d definitely 犯太岁, which is known as Same Zodiac Year Conflict (值太岁) and Ben Ming Nian (本命年).

But don’t worry too much: Mark Zuckerberg is born in the year of the rat, and I don’t think he’ll Bai Tai Sui. So if his luck is really going to be down in 2020, you can bet that all of us will be affected, too.


Born in 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999 and 2011

People born in the year of the bunny has a conflict of Torturing Tai Sui(刑太岁).

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Because you bunnies anyhowly torture, you’d supposedly face many disputes. So try not to anyhowly say things and you should be fine.


Born in 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990 and 2002

People who are born in the year of the Horse has a Conflict with Tai Sui, which means they 冲太岁. The literal meaning of it is to charge towards Tai Sui—not cool, Mr Horse.

Experts have suggested that people born in the year of Horse to remain calm and not be impulsive.

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Born in 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003


Those born in the year of the Goat will Harm Tai Sui (害太岁), so their fortune might not be that goody. Just be kind and everything will be fine.

(Actually that advice applies to everyone)


Born in 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005

For people born in these years, they’ll 破太岁, which means a Destruction of Tai Sui. That suggests a “destructive luck” in 2020, but no worries; just don’t break things and things should be, erm, intact?


How to Bai Tai Sui in Singapore

You’d have to bai tai sui in the first fifteen days of the Chinese New Year.

To do so, simply go to a temple and ask the staff on what you should do. You do not need to bring anything as you can buy the offerings from the temple. Or just follow the crowd because there’d most likely be many people bai-ing tai sui, too.

However, do bring extra cash in an ang bao as it’s a tradition to give an ang bao to the temple.

For example, the famous Sembawang God of Wealth Temple has this handy flyer for your reference:

Image: sembawanggodofwealth.sg

If you’d like to, you can help your loved ones to bai tai sui, too.


But of course, do remember this…

Your Fate is Determined by You

It doesn’t matter whether you 破太岁 or 犯太岁 or 吃大便—your fate is always entirely in your own hands.

If you’re an evil man, no amount of praying is going to cleanse the sins within you.

So just take this with a pinch of salt. Or just treat it as a gathering with your friends or family members.



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