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Free Module 2: Shapes & Form Feng Shui

Chapter 4: The Tomb of Marquis Zheng

A Portrait of Marquis Zheng

The period of the Warring states before BC 221 

Marquis Zheng's tomb is situated at  a place called the "Drum-beating" Hill about 3 kilometres to the Northwest of Hubei province.

A location map of the burial site of Marquis Zheng

In geomancy, this east-west hill is  an excellent location for burial with River Que in the east, River Juan in the west and the range of hills in the northwest.

 

 

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