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The Water Dragon Classic written in 600 AD

The Water Dragon Classic written in 600 AD was the forerunner to the study of Feng Shui. This was because the geographical land was clearly visible and much easier to study than the intangible force of the `wind'.

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The dot represents the house while the lines are water courses:-

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The dot represents the house while the lines are water courses:-

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