Clouds in the sky; waiting for rain.







Waiting and serving is correct.

Great success.

Perseverance brings good fortune.

It is favourable to do great works.


Clouds above, positioned in Heaven.


A wise man uses eating, drinking, and music, to relax and be happy.

Strength in the face of danger does not rush in; it bides its time and waits for the right moment.

Self-control and inner strength are needed.

This is like waiting for the rains and hoping the crops will not die.

Fortunately, the presence of clouds points to success.

In the meantime, only small preparations can be made, so that you are ready to move when the waiting is over.



1) 9 at the start

a) Waiting in the suburbs. It is favourable to persevere. No blame.

b) You obey the rules.

Here the danger is still far away. You should try to carry on as though nothing unusual lies ahead.


2) 9 in 2nd throw

a) Waiting in the sand. There is some gossip. At the end there is good fortune.

b) Although there is talk the end brings good fortune.

Here you stay calm despite there being some signs of danger. There may be some talk of trouble, or other gossip, but if you ignore it, the gossip will die away and good fortune will come later.


3) 9 in 3rd throw

a) Waiting in the bog. Brings you near to bandits.

b) If you get involved with criminals, only great care and caution can save you.

This describes a situation of waiting in a bad place, or with bad people. You will only be saved by being very careful, and by moving on as soon as it is possible.


4) 6 in 4th throw

a) Waiting at home. Going out begins from home.

b) You listen and decide.

You may have been waiting at home, but now you may start to go out once more; providing it is necessary.


5) 9 in 5th throw

a) Waiting with the correct spirit.
Perseverance brings good fortune.

b) Moderate and self-correcting.

An enlightened person knows how to wait calmly and also constructively.


6) 6 at the top

a) You return home not wanting any visitors. Three people come.
Welcome them and good fortune follows.

b) Although it is not convenient, do not let them go.

After a time of waiting, the end can be unexpected in form and timing. Surprise visitors should be treated with respect and hospitality. This leads to good fortune.