The most accurate schedule for good and bad times on March 2, 2024, and the lunar calendar for March 2, 2024.

Check out the time and date on March 2, 2024, and consult the lunar calendar for insights on zodiac hours, inauspicious hours, and auspicious hours for traveling throughout the day.

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View lunar calendar on 2 March 2024 – Check good and bad hours on 2 March 2024

Saturday, 2 March 2024, also known as the 22nd day of the lunar calendar, is the day of At Suu, in the month of Binh Dan, in the year of Giap Thin, which belongs to the Watery Metal phase. This is a bad day, as the Heavenly Stem counteracts with the Earthly Branch. If you proceed with your work, you will encounter many obstacles, difficulties, and it will take a lot of time and effort.

The compatible ages for the day are Ty and Dau. The non-compatible ages for the day are Tan Mao, Ky Mui, Quy Mui, and Tan Dau.

Things to do: ceremonies, funerals, burials, resolving disputes, litigation.

Things not to do: weddings, long-distance travels, seeking wealth, grand openings, opening stores, house repairs, ceiling constructions, moving to new houses.

Departing in the North West direction will encounter the deity of Conception, bringing joy and luck. Departing in the South East direction will meet the deity of Wealth, bringing fortune and money. The South East direction is both good and bad, so it is neutral, only normal.

Check good and bad hours on 2 March 2024

Auspicious hours:

– 03h-05h (hour of Dan): Golden fund. Good for weddings.

– 05h-07h (hour of Mao): Golden Road. Good for everything.

– 09h-11h (hour of Ty): Jade road. Good for everything, except matters related to mud and kitchens. Very good for documents, letters, documents, studies, and writings.

– 15h-17h (hour of Than): Commanding fate. Everything is good.

– 19h-21h (hour of Tuat): Blue dragon. Good for everything, ranked top in the auspicious hours.

– 21h-23h (hour of Hoi): Bright Road. Beneficial for meeting important people, for career advancement.

Inauspicious hours:

– 23h-01h (hour of Ty): Celestial figure. Very unsuitable for litigation.

– 01h-03h (hour of Suu): Conflict. Avoid disputes and lawsuits.

– 07h-09h (hour of Thin): White Tiger. Unsuitable for everything.

– 11h-13h (hour of Ngo): Celestial Travel. Everything is unfavorable.

– 13h-15h (hour of Mui): Original disaster. Avoid litigation, communication.

– 17h-19h (hour of Dau): Growing Battle. Unsuitable for moving houses, building houses, and funerals.

Departure hours:

11h-13h and 23h- 1h, hour of Xich mouth, going out in this hour often leads to disputes, unfortunate events. Be cautious with your words and be careful. Postpone your departure. Avoid meetings, officials, debates… during this hour. If you must go, keep quiet, avoid arguments and fights.

1h-3h and 13h-15h, hour of Tieu cat, very lucky, going out in this hour often brings good luck. Profitable business. Good news for women, people returning home. Everything goes smoothly and harmoniously. Family members are all healthy.

3h-5h and 15h-17h, hour of Tuyet lu, this hour is Dai Hung, very bad. Going out during this hour will bring bad luck, many people experience losses during this time and cannot recoup. Seeking wealth is not beneficial, often leads to opposition, dangerous journeys. Lawsuits and disputes never end well.

5h-7h and 17h-19h, hour of Dai an, going out in this hour is mostly beneficial. Seeking wealth should be done towards the South West direction. Homes are peaceful. Travelers have a peaceful journey.

7h-9h and 19h-21h, hour of Toc hy, going out in this hour will bring good luck and joy. Choosing the morning is better than the afternoon as the auspiciousness decreases slightly in the afternoon. Seeking wealth should be done towards the South East direction. Meeting leaders, high-ranking officials, or partners during this time usually brings luck, everything goes smoothly without worries. Travelers receive news.

9h-11h and 21h-23h, hour of Luu nien, unfavorable for careers, seeking wealth is obstructed. Litigation should be postponed. Traveler has not received news yet. Beware of arguments. Ordinary speech. Work takes longer, but results are guaranteed.

The information is for reference only.

Frequently asked questions

It is considered a bad day as the Heavenly Stem counteracts the Earthly Branch. Proceeding with important work or endeavors on this day is believed to result in obstacles and difficulties, requiring a significant amount of time and effort.

The compatible ages for the day are Ty and Dau. The non-compatible ages are Tan Mao, Ky Mui, Quy Mui, and Tan Dau.

Favorable activities for the day include ceremonies, funerals, burials, resolving disputes, and litigation.

It is advised to avoid activities such as weddings, long-distance travel, seeking wealth, grand openings, opening stores, house repairs, ceiling constructions, and moving to new houses on this day.

Departing in the Northwest direction is believed to lead one to encounter the deity of Conception, bringing joy and luck. Meanwhile, traveling in the Southeast direction will meet the deity of Wealth, bringing fortune and money. The Southeast direction is considered neutral, with a balance of good and bad influences.

Auspicious hours:

  • 03:00 – 05:00 (hour of Dan): Golden Fund, good for weddings.
  • 05:00 – 07:00 (hour of Mao): Golden Road, good for everything.
  • 09:00 – 11:00 (hour of Ty): Jade Road, good for everything except matters related to mud and kitchens. Excellent for documents, letters, studies, and writings.
  • 15:00 – 17:00 (hour of Than): Commanding Fate, everything is good.
  • 19:00 – 21:00 (hour of Tuat): Blue Dragon, good for everything and ranked top among the auspicious hours.
  • 21:00 – 23:00 (hour of Hoi): Bright Road, beneficial for meeting important people and career advancement.

Inauspicious hours:

  • 23:00 – 01:00 (hour of Ty): Celestial Figure, very unsuitable for litigation.
  • 01:00 – 03:00 (hour of Suu): Conflict, avoid disputes and lawsuits.
  • 07:00 – 09:00 (hour of Thin): White Tiger, unsuitable for everything.
  • 11:00 – 13:00 (hour of Ngo): Celestial Travel, unfavorable for everything.
  • 13:00 – 15:00 (hour of Mui): Original Disaster, avoid litigation and communication.
  • 17:00 – 19:00 (hour of Dau): Growing Battle, unsuitable for moving or building houses, and funerals.

Departure hours with their interpretations:

  • 11:00 – 13:00 and 23:00 – 01:00: Hour of Xich mouth. Departing during this hour may lead to disputes and unfortunate events. It is advised to be cautious with words and actions, and if possible, postpone travel plans. Avoid meetings, officials, and debates during this time.
  • 01:00 – 03:00 and 13:00 – 15:00: Hour of Tieu cat, considered very lucky. Traveling during this hour is believed to bring good luck and profitable ventures. It is also considered favorable for women and people returning home.
  • 03:00 – 05:00 and 15:00 – 17:00: Hour of Tuyet lu, deemed as Dai Hung, which is very unfavorable. Going out during this hour is believed to bring bad luck and losses. Seeking wealth during this time is not advised.
  • 05:00 – 07:00 and 17:00 – 19:00: Hour of Dai an, mostly beneficial for travel. For those seeking wealth, the recommended direction is southwest. Homes are believed to be peaceful during this hour.
  • 07:00 – 09:00 and 19:00 – 21:00: Hour of Toc hy, believed to bring good luck and joy. Choosing the morning is considered more auspicious than the afternoon. For those seeking wealth, the southeast direction is favored. Meeting leaders or partners during this time is thought to bring luck and smooth endeavors.
  • 09:00 – 11:00 and 21:00 – 23:00: Hour of Luu nien, unfavorable for careers and seeking wealth. Litigation and important endeavors are advised to be postponed. This hour is believed to bring challenges and delays in endeavors but with guaranteed results.
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