Dr Ong Hean Tatt and Grandmaster Francis Leyau. 236p
Examination of the ancient texts show that many current Feng Shui methods have deviated from the true ancient forms
PRINCIPLES OF INVESTIGATIONS
Clients are usually familiar with that there are many Feng Shui and astrology schools. Clients may often be confused as to which approach they should use. A few pointers should be noted in order to understand our approach:
Any tourist to China should notice that the ancient traditional Chinese architecture in imperial palaces, tomb complexes and notable homes always have their auspicious facings to the South (Southwest to Southeast). Many modern Feng Shui schools deviate from the original Feng Shui requirement of the South facing to advocate other directions as auspicious - these schools are fakes which often originated in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Our audit rejects such nonsense advocating facings away from the South frontage, which was never part of the original ancient Feng Shui.
- Auspicious Facing is South.
- Examples of these fake Feng Shui are Xuan Kong Fei Xing (Flying Stars), Xuan Kong Da Gua and Xuan Kong Liu Fa.
Many so-called "Water Gates" approaches are nonsense.
Many current schools use the Four Pillars 60 signs Ganzhi dating to get the and astrological status of the dates of year, month, day and hour. However, our
research shows that the 60 cycle counts in the Ganzhi system is not continuous since the Han dynasty.
- Corrected dating is required and used in our investigations.
Due to precession of the equinoxes, year sign must shift one sign.
Due to deviations from the 20 years Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions, the period commencing on 2004 is not Period 8 but Period 1.
Determination of auspicious periods for various activities is often sought for. In this Feng Shui audit, auspicious or inauspicious periods for activities are identified through the 28 Lunar Constellations method, which was the method used even during the time of Confucius and noted by Confucius in his writings.
- There are schools who advocated the Xuan Kong Da Gua method for Date Selection which is based on Shao Yung 64 hexagrams. The division of Time into 64 hexagrams has no astronomical basis and is a fake. Chu Hsi, the most outstanding Confucian scholar, criticised Shao Yung ring of 64 hexagrams as illogical and unnatural as contradicting astronomical cycles.
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Sorry to say, these Xuan Kong Da Gua date selection, and likewise Mei Hua divination and San Yuan Qi Men Dun Jia, are fakes, as they use the foolish unnatural 64 hexagrams time divisions.