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Hi Cecil/Robert,
I have just bought your BAZI PREMIUM package weeks ago and I discovered that I seriously need lots of metal.
I know using the 6 chinese coins tied with red thread is a form of metal cure. It means Big Metal controlled by the Fire element (red thread).
My Bazi needs lots of metal. My Bazi have too much Fire.
Since my Bazi have too much Fire, should I use the Red thread to 'control' Big Metal (6 chinese coins)?
So I was thinking to use the 6 chinese coin tied with white thread instead since white symbolises Metal = alots of metal without fire
Please advise me if using a white thread on the 6 chinese coins is better than red thread if Fire is unlucky element to me. Thanks.

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Under the Five Elements concept; even big metal "cures" should also have some control over it. Thus; it is still acceptable to have 6 coins (representing big metal) tied with red string.
Actually, under symbolism in "Chinese culture"; red is a very auspicious colour. Thus if one adds two and two together, it is thus still OK to do so.

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On 12/26/2010 7:55:48 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil/Robert,I have just
bought your BAZI PREMIUM
package weeks ago and I
discovered that I seriously
need lots of metal.I know
using the 6 chinese coins tied
with red thread is a form of
metal cure. It means Big Metal
controlled by the Fire element
(red thread).My Bazi needs
lots of metal. My Bazi have
too much Fire.Since my Bazi
have too much Fire, should I
use the Red thread to
'control' Big Metal (6 chinese
coins)?So I was thinking to
use the 6 chinese coin tied
with white thread instead
since white symbolises Metal =
alots of metal without
firePlease advise me if using
a white thread on the 6
chinese coins is better than
red thread if Fire is unlucky
element to me. Thanks.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Hi Cecil,
Thank you so much for your professional advice! Cheers.
I have another related question: some of this 6 coins talisman areintentionally partitioned in the center between two sets of three coins to represent the combination of two chien trigrams to form one big chien hexagram.
My question is: is that more effective or powerful? Can you share with me your views?

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On 12/27/2010 12:05:42 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Under the Five Elements concept; even
big metal "cures" should also have some
control over it. Thus; it is still
acceptable to have 6 coins (representing
big metal) tied with red
string.Actually, under symbolism in
"Chinese culture"; red is a very
auspicious colour. Thus if one adds two
and two together, it is thus still OK to
do so.On 12/26/2010 7:55:48 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil/Robert,I
have just
bought your BAZI PREMIUM
package weeks ago and I
discovered that I seriously
need
lots of metal.I know
using the 6
chinese coins tied
with red thread
is a form of
metal cure. It means
Big Metal
controlled by the Fire
element
(red thread).My Bazi needs
lots of metal. My Bazi have
too
much Fire.Since my Bazi
have too
much Fire, should I
use the Red
thread to
'control' Big Metal (6
chinese
coins)?So I was thinking to
use the 6 chinese coin tied
with
white thread instead
since white
symbolises Metal =
alots of metal
without
firePlease advise me if
using
a white thread on the 6
chinese coins is better than
red
thread if Fire is unlucky
element to
me. Thanks.

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These are some considerations:-
1. The primary concept is based on both the Five Elements concept and symbolism:
1.1. As per your previous concern:red represent the fire element. Other concepts include a square hole at the centre represents earth element etc...
1.2. the number #6 represents big metal.
2. You will not believe the variations or "grand mother" stories some geomancers would like one to believe:-
2.1.Some geomancers say: "You must use6 different emperorcoins" (e.g.coins minted under different emperors).
2.2 For example the attachment shows the 10 emperor /coins minted duringtheir rein: these emperors belong to say the Qing Dynasty...
3. Does the string of 6 "different" emperors make the coins more powerful or the coins you described, below? Frankly, I don't think so.
4. Furthermore! To add a twist to it: Must we use REAL or FAKE coins? Which is more effective?
5. Personally, I do have real coins... but nowadays, one would be fool hardy to say the coins they purchased are "REAL". You are most likely going to be conned into buying fakes = real stuff!
6. So only real works? and fakes do not?
7. Under symbolism, it really does not matter whether yours is of the talisman kind or one of the kind or different emperors or even real ones...

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On 12/27/2010 11:41:58 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,Thank you so much for your
professional advice! Cheers.I have
another related question: some of this 6
coins talisman areintentionally
partitioned in the center between two
sets of three coins to represent the
combination of two chien trigrams to
form one big chien hexagram.My question
is: is that more effective or powerful?
Can you share with me your views?On
12/27/2010 12:05:42 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Under the Five Elements concept;
even
big metal "cures" should also
have some
control over it. Thus; it
is still
acceptable to have 6 coins
(representing
big metal) tied with
red
string.Actually, under symbolism
in
"Chinese culture"; red is a very
auspicious colour. Thus if one adds
two
and two together, it is thus
still OK to
do so.On 12/26/2010
7:55:48 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
Hi
Cecil/Robert,I
have just
bought
your BAZI PREMIUM
package weeks
ago and I
discovered that I
seriously
need
lots of metal.I
know
using the 6
chinese coins
tied
with red thread
is a form
of
metal cure. It means
Big
Metal
controlled by the Fire
element
(red thread).My Bazi
needs
lots of metal. My Bazi
have
too
much Fire.Since my Bazi
have too
much Fire, should I
use the Red
thread to
'control' Big Metal (6
chinese
coins)?So I was thinking to
use the 6 chinese coin tied
with
white thread instead
since white
symbolises Metal =
alots of metal
without
firePlease advise me if
using
a white thread on the 6
chinese coins is better than
red
thread if Fire is unlucky
element to
me. Thanks.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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