Sha Po Lang
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Sha Po Lang (traditional Chinese: 殺破狼; simplified Chinese: 杀破狼; pinyin: Shā Pò Láng) is a collective term for three stars in Chinese astrology used in the Zi wei dou shu 紫微斗數 method of fortune-telling.
The three stars are:
- Qi Sha (traditional Chinese: 七殺; simplified Chinese: 七杀; pinyin: Qī Shā; literally: "Seven Killings"), symbolising power
- Po Jun (traditional Chinese: 破軍; simplified Chinese: 破军; pinyin: Pò Jūn; literally: "Vanquisher of Armies"), symbolising destruction
- Tan Lang (traditional Chinese: 貪狼; simplified Chinese: 贪狼; pinyin: Tān Láng; literally: "Greedy Wolf"), symbolising lust.
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