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BAZICALC (PC/Windows)

BaziCalc is a unique and specialised Bazi software for the PC/Windows that computes the Four Pillars of Destiny (also known in Chinese as 八字 "BaZi") of a person based on their date/time of birth; and display the results in a user-friendly way.

Unique character symbols representing the Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches are used for those who are familar with different analytical methods.

BaziCalc is an ideal Bazi computation software tool for Feng Shui practitioners, geomancers, enthusiasts, and practically anyone who is interested in Bazi and wants a quick computation and reference tool to assist in their Bazi analysis of a person or subject.

Get BaziCalc now!!!
  • Luck Pillars - with extended view
  • Clashes and Combinations - visual table/chart for Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches
  • Kua Numbers - Favourable/Unfavourable Directions and Colours
  • Bazi Chart - Printing
  • Favourable and Unfavourable Elements
  • Bonus - Biorhythm
  • 10 Gods/Deities
  • Symbolic Stars
  • Seasonal Strengths
  • Elements
    • Strength of Self Element
    • Directions and Colours
    • People/Aspect of Life
    • Relationships - Body System, Colours, Shapes
  • Intel® Pentium® III 700MHz or higher
  • Microsoft® Windows® Millennium Edition, Windows® 2000, Windows® XP/XP-SP2
  • 128MB Ram on board
  • Display adapter/monitor supporting 16-bit color, 800x600 resolution
  • 10 MB of hard disk space
NOTE: BaziCalc (Windows) is NOT compatible with Windows Vista OS systems. However, we understand some users are able to run BaziCalc (Windows) on Windows Vista OS system by changing the 'User Access Control' settings in Windows Vista.


Version 1.3

If you're using an earlier version than the one stated above, please download the updated file from the URL link indicated in our official email reply to you.

Contact us at info@meganworx.com
for details.


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