Qian Lung's Tomb
There are arguments whether this tomb has an inauspicious Kung Mang line. The Truth is that the Feng Shui of the whole tomb complex of a number of emperors' tombs is far more potent than that of an individual tomb like Qian Lung's
The Qing tomb complexes have a number of fatal flaws which doomed the dynasty to its 260 years duration.
The Feng Shui of Yin premises, currently of sites like tombs, is said to be an advanced aspect of Feng Shui. This article is highly supportive of Feng Shui of Yin premises, which, however, currently suffers from serious misconceptions and errors.
- One Feng Shui practitioner feared to meddle in Feng Shui of Yin premises as mistakes can affect generations of descendants.
- Joseph Yu (2007) wrote, "As a matter of fact, I already pointed out that Yin Zhai Feng Shui is only a small part of all the contributions towards a person's well-being. The effect of graves has been exaggerated by Feng Shui masters in the past. It is to such an extent that no Feng Shui master dares say Yin Zhai Feng Shui is nonsense. If he makes that statement, he will have to receive attack from all directions. He will be denounced as a Feng Shui master. He will be thrown out of the Feng Shui world.
I won't say Yin Zhai Feng Shui is nonsense, not because I do not dare but because it is not. However, it is far less powerful than claimed. There are just too many more important factors that can affect a person's well-being."
- Some practitioners even admitted in private that their Feng Shui of tombs has no real effects but is a kind of psychology thing. For commercial reasons, they would not tell that to their clients.
The above reflect an uneasy feeling even among Feng Shui masters that much of so-called Yin Feng Shui are contradictory, having no effects and are nonsense. The misleading views need to be challenged and reviewed. Only through researching out the answers can the original true magnificent nature of the Feng Shui of Yin premises be appreciated.
Our intensive research includes information published in our book, "Imperial Tomb Feng Shui - Truths, Myths & Science". This evaluation refers to the historical testimony of how the ancient Chinese emperors were buried. There is also examination of what the ancient more than 1,000 years old Feng Shui texts really say about Yin premises. The several ancient Feng Shui texts show that modern Feng Shui, whether Yang or Yin, has deviated significantly from the original potent Feng Shui.
- The astonishing truth is that current practitioners are unaware that Feng Shui of Yin premises is the highest level of Feng Shui!
Also, kingship or top leadership is related not to Feng Shui of Yang premises but to Feng Shui of Yin premises.
What is currently called Yin Feng Shui is restricted only to tombs and this is only a tiny and much inferior part of the real much larger scope Feng Shui of Yin premises. The narrow preoccupation with tombs has blinded people to the true significance of the much wider original Feng Shui of Yin premises.