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Startling research findings of the geographical reasons why areas are "haunted"
- these geographical features became parts of Feng Shui science.



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MYSTICAL WORLD OF THE MEGALITHS:
A SCIENTIFIC FENG SHUI BASIS

Dr. Ong Hean-Tatt 10th April 2002



Modern science is beginning to find that ghosts and UFOs are manifestations of energies and radiation from bad Feng Shui spots. There are scientific explanations for haunting and ghosts!
HAUNTING & UFOs ARE LINKED TO BAD FENG SHUI SPOTS!


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INTRODUCTION

There are links between the rationale for the megaliths, stone edifices like the Chinese pagodas, and the mountains!

All over the world are those remarkable groups of large standing stones called the megaliths, often held as sacred in many ancient cultures. The most famous are the pyramids of Egypt and Stonehenge in England. Many of the stones could weigh 30 to 70 tons or more which are difficult for modern engineering moving machines to carry. Some of these stones weigh as much as 300 tons and over, making people wonder how they were ever moved at all.


THE CIRCLE OF ROCKS OF STONEHENGE
Giant magic dance circle or massive astronomical clock?

The arrangements of several of these stone complexes are evidently based on positioning with respect to astronomical positions of stars, giving rise to some theories that these megaliths were some form of ancient clocks. The main entrance into Stonehenge circles of stones is oriented towards the direction of the sun's rays at Summer Solstice, as if to welcome the sun's energy into the innermost center of the Stonehenge circles. According to the legends ceremonies were held in the centres of the circles to tap the mysterious energy.

Some visitors to Stonehenge claimed that they experienced either giddiness or elated feelings at certain spots in Stonehenge. These effects have been attributed by some to unknown energy coming forth from the stone structures of Stonehenge.


In probably reminscent of the ancient regard for the sacredness of the megaliths, large rocks, together with water and buildings, form essential components of the Chinese delightful landscape, said to be based on Feng Shui principles. These delightful rocks are regarded as the solidification of "dragon breath" from Heaven. Thus, it is believed that such rocks have supernatural properties.
"GUAN YUN FENG",
CLOUD CAPPED PEAK,

The well known standing rock in the Chinese garden Liu Yuan, Suzhou, China
POET MI FU PAYING RESPECT TO TAIHU ROCK
The poet Mi Fu was known for his sarcastic tongue and low opinion of his fellow humans. He regarded that the taihu rock was more noble and worthy of respect than the people around him.



Rocks are placed in the Chinese garden landscape to imitate and symbolise the distant mountains. Mountains are regarded as "solidified dragons". In many ancient cultures, including in the Chinese culture, mountains were regarded as the homes of the gods.

Many ancient cultures have high regard for mountain gods which were usually very powerful. These include the Indian gods of the Hilmalayas, the Mountain God in the Chinese culture, and also the god Mars in the old European culture.


MYSTERY OF THE CHINESE PAGODA

Scattered among the Chinese landscape one could see those tall columnar buildings known as the pagodas. The pagoda would have 5, 7 or 9 storeys.

These pagodas are sacred structures believed to be able to ward off evil from coming into an area. The Feng Shui master would determine the direction some malevolent forces are coming from. He would then recommend establishing a pagoda at some spot to block and ward off the evil forces.
A TYPICAL CHINESE PAGODA
The pagoda is believed to be able to ward off or counter malevolent forces approaching the area.

It appears that the pagoda, like any megalithic standing stone, is able to warp or destroy oncoming radiation forces.




In the Feng Shui arrangement for a home, it is regarded as important to have the hill to the back and north. The front of the home would then faced south and the rays of the sun. The hill at the back would protect the house from malevolent influences, such as the cold winds from the north. Thus, the mountain is regarded as a protector, and from this is the origin of the pagoda for warding off evil.

With a little imagination, it could be realised that such a mountain or its representation in the pile of rocks would be the original ancient altars. The ancient altars were all on "high places", i.e. at and representing the mountains. They would be placed at the tops of pyramids, which obviously represent the mountains.


MYSTERY OF THE "SEVEN RINGS" OF THE ROCK

Western geomancers claimed that measurements of the electromagnetic fields indicate that the large rock tends to have a spiral of energy emanating from the ground in seven rings. They do not know why the rock would produced such a spiral of energy.

A partial solution to the mystery is that the ground directly below the rock would be the coolest and most moist. The rock would shield its immediate region from the sun and drying wind. It would also trap the rains. The moisture concentrations would be in circles around the rock and probably would spiral down.

That is, the rock will create an underground water current and its associated weak electromagnetic field. This is one reason why geomancers claimed that each large standing rock in a complex like Stonehenge seems to be built on top of an underground water source. Actually, the rock itself was the self-creator of that underground wet area.


Modern Perspectives vis Feng Shui

A great part of Feng Shui effects are due to the effects of underground waters. Not only large trees, as described above, but also certain large rocks and rock formations interact with such underground waters to produce a range of Feng Shui effects. Rocks and rock artifacts like pillars and pagodas are Feng Shui devices to modify the ill-known underground water effects. The well known Feng Shui "Water Dragon Classic" would likely be based on underground waters effects.

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ONCE KNOWN TO THE ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS!