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I am doing a research paper on Feng Shui and burial grounds. I need to >know if there is a correlation in terms of use of location, placement of >tomb, shrines etc and the use of Feng Shui? Can Feng Shui be practiced >to achieve hamony in the after life? If so, what are the practices? I >hope you can answer these questions, if not, is there another source for >me to look into? Please reply asap, the paper is due in 3 weeks.

There is a short write up on www.geomancy.net regarding tombs. You can browse throught the topic : The Landscape

Under this topic, it is recommended that you read topics like :

1. Four Symbolic Animals,
2. Burial tombs,
3. Ming tombs and
4. Qing tombs

So far, the only few books that have some references to tombs are by Eveyln Lip. Her book " Geomancy " has a few pages on this but overall, it mentions that previously graves are on a North -- South alignment.

Under my website: Case Studies please use the find feature, to search for Evelyn, there is a short information on this.

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
MMarch 1999

 

 

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Once again I turn to you ..for your honesty.. Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net - Feng Shui at Geomancy.Net

Master Lee...Once again I turn to you for your honesty on the subject of feng shui. I've written in the past and respect your advise...... Thank you.

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25 February 2004


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