Free Module 2: Shapes & Form Feng Shui

Chapter 5: The Ming Dynasty Tombs at Mount Tian Shou
(Period 1368 to 1643 AD )

A scenic picture of Mount Tianshou

Mount Tian Shou or  translated in English as " Heavenly Longevity " is an excellent geomancy site surrounded by hills and facing a vast basin of water. This  location was chosen as the burial site of Ming Emperors and their families.

The vast North China plains is on it's south side where the South Mount Dragon and Mount  Tiger is said to be in harmony with each other.

 

 

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