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2016 Feng Shui Guide & Chinese Zodiac Forecast


Learn how to use classical Feng Shui properly to fulfill your wishes by knowing what works specifically for your Chinese Zodiac. This is a traditional Feng Shui consultation report from venerable Feng Shui Master Loong Zhou Wei, who comes from the Yunnan province of China. You will be empowered with working Feng Shui knowledge used in Asia and how to use the following disciplines to strengthen your year:

  • Chinese Zodiac Forecast for Career, Romance and Success for 2016
  • Feng Shui Flying Stars
  • Feng Shui Kua Numbers
  • Five Elements in Feng Shui
  • Understanding the types/concepts of Chi in Feng Shui
  • Negate the dangers and enhance the positives for this year
  • Predictions for 2016

    Combine these traditional resources and predictions available to wisely and effectively make 2016 a great year for you. Enhance your full potential for the year of the Fire Monkey 2016!

    Dragon Rat Rooster Rabbit

    Horse Tiger Monkey Ox

    Pig Dog Snake Goat


    Ma Zhu Information:
    Ma Zhu: Goddess of Journey
    Matsu or Mazhu (literally 'Mother-Ancestor'), mortal name Lin Moniang, is the Taoist goddess of the Sea (an later known as Goddess of Journey, be it in life or travels) who protects fishermen and sailors. She is extremely popular among the Taiwanese, Fujianese, Cantonese, and Vietnamese people, who have cultures...feng shui deity full article >>>

    Ma Zhu: The Legend
    According to legend, Lin Moniang was born in 960 (during the early Northern Song Dynasty) as the seventh daughter of Lin Yuan on Meizhou Island, Fujian. She did not cry when she was born, and thus her given name means 'Silent Girl'. There are many legends about her and the sea...feng shui deity full article >>>


    Ma Zhu & Other Feng Shui Deities

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    Eight Immortals
    The Eight Immortals, are legendary beings deep in Taoism legends, said to have lived at various times and attained immortality. They are frequently depicted on many cultural items such as vases, wu lous, statues, and are also to be found as separate figures. Sometimes they ornament the edges of plates, standing on various animals among the waves of the sea, and their symbols occasionally occur as devices. The 8 Immortals are represented as a grou...Eight Imomrtals in Full
    Kuan Kung: Poisoned Arm
    During a siege on Fancheng (present day Hubei, China), Kuan Kung had been struck in the right arm by a bolt fired by crossbowers from the city walls. The arrow was promptly removed but poison smeared on the arrowhead had already seeped deep to the bone. As he was unwilling to abandon the offensive campaign, his subjects had to send for physicians to the camp to treat the poisoned arm. One day, the famed physician Hua Tuo came by a boat from the e...Kuan Kung in Full
  • Feng Shui Item: Ma Zhu, Goddess of Journey
    Ma Zhu, Goddess of Journey








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