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Free Module 2: Shapes & Form Feng Shui

Chapter 6: The Qing Dynasty Period (1644 to 1935 AD)

Picture of a Chinese gathering

The Qing Dynasty inherited the traditional ideas especially that of geomancy from the  past dynasties particularly the earlier Ming Dynasty in choosing burial sites.

These imperial tombs are chosen for their excellent Feng Shui. These are now the burial sites of the feudal emperors and their queens and concubines were usually buried in the same location. This is where the emperor's offspring, officals and subjects often went  there to hold ceremonies to pay their respects or to recall their merits and virtues.

 

 

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