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Good day mr lee, I read through the article u posted on location to bury the heaven coin is best to be at center of the main door. Am I right? And actually I bought total 10coins from bugis for 3.50. Can pls advise where else it it's best to place the remaining 7 cOins? Is it corner of kitchen? Dining? Living? Or bedroom? Or my weakest direction? Thanks so much for ur valuable advise.

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These are some of the considerations:


1. Placement of coin(s) is an in-exact science. And there are no right or wrong technique of doing so.


2. The core idea is that of symbolism in custom (not Feng Shui). In that of "PLACING WEALTH" into one's home.


3. Thus, some Geomancers will advice a range of "ideas":


3.1. Some Geomancers say, simply scatter some coins in a random manner into the home. For example, prior to laying the top most level tile or flooring some coins; e.g. need not be "ancient" Chinese coins; can even be "left over" or "spare change" such as one cent coins or five cents or even larger denomination.


3..2. Another more systematic method is to lay coins at "specific" locations; in an orderly manner in a home where the tiles /flooring has not been laid yet.


4. Thus, if some one were to tell us that this method is wrong or not right is either egoistic or has only a one track mind.


5.As mentioned above, there is really no ONE correct method of the placement of coins. Just remember: it is the act of "literally" laying down or throwing coins into one's home: i.e. the concept of PLACING WEALTH into one's home - that's all. Nothing scientific or rocket science or must only be done a specific way.


Part 2..... to be continued in the next message


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On 1/7/2011 7:41:38 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Good day mr lee, I read
through the article u posted
on location to bury the heaven
coin is best to be at center
of the main door. Am I right?
And actually I bought total
10coins from bugis for 3.50.
Can pls advise where else it
it's best to place the
remaining 7 cOins? Is it
corner of kitchen? Dining?
Living? Or bedroom? Or my
weakest direction? Thanks so
much for ur valuable advise.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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These are some information:-
1. Do take note that all the coins that we purchase in most of the shops are considered as "replica" coins. We can say that the coins are non-geniune.
2. Majority of the coins are considered as "replica-ancient" Chinese coins and metallic in nature often containing copper and some other mixed alloy e.g. bronze etc..
3. When purchasing such "replica" coins; best to purchase coins with metallic content such as those mentioned under Para 2. There are some coins which are made from plastic. Don't buy these for coin laying procedure.
4. Other civilizations mint coins that usually have a sidewith the head: such as an emperor or even a king or queen as in the UK coins - currently with Her Royal Highness Elizabeth Regina II.
5. Thus, such coins can easily be differated with : Heads side = the side with a figure head on it. And the reverse is automatically called the Tail-side.
6. All Chinese ancient coins have: ONE side = Wordings. And the reverse side = scripture / picture or even the Eight trigram.
7. Technically, we may call the wordings side perhaps = HEADS. My argument is that in a specific dynastic; the wordings would signify the emperor's reign. So, call it heads.
8. In my opinion, automatically, the reverse with either pictorial scribbings or eight trigram = "flower side" perhaps should be called the Tail-side.
9. Chinese ancient coins have many designs. Some of the photos; can be found under this forum when I had visited the Shanghai museum a few years ago.
10. Usually wordings on the Chinese coins either refer to the reign of an emperor or is carved with auspicious sounding phases like: Zhao Cai Jun Bao = Invite Wealth; Bring Treasure.
11. Attached, please find the wordings on a sheet where ten coins representing each of the 10 Qing dynastic emperors - were suppose to be attached to the sheet. By the way, a few years ago this 10 set of coins sell for SGD $2.50. Today, you bought it for SGD $3.50. Blame it on inflation!
To be continued.. Part 3...

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On 1/7/2011 8:21:04 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some of the
considerations:
1. Placement of coin(s) is an
in-exact science. And there
are no right or wrong
technique of doing so.
2. The core idea is that of
symbolism in custom (not Feng
Shui). In that of "PLACING
WEALTH" into one's home.
3. Thus, some Geomancers will
advice a range of "ideas":
3.1. Some Geomancers say,
simply scatter some coins in a
random manner into the home.
For example, prior to laying
the top most level tile or
flooring some coins; e.g. need
not be "ancient" Chinese
coins; can even be "left over"
or "spare change" such as one
cent coins or five cents or
even larger denomination.
3..2. Another more systematic
method is to lay coins at
"specific" locations; in an
orderly manner in a home where
the tiles /flooring has not
been laid yet.
4. Thus, if some one were to
tell us that this method is
wrong or not right is either
egoistic or has only a one
track mind.
5.As mentioned above, there is
really no ONE correct method
of the placement of coins.
Just remember: it is the act
of "literally" laying down or
throwing coins into one's
home: i.e. the concept of
PLACING WEALTH into one's home
- that's all. Nothing
scientific or rocket science
or must only be done a
specific way.
Part 2..... to be continued in
the next message

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On 1/7/2011 7:41:38 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Good day mr lee, I read
through the article u posted
on location to bury the heaven
coin is best to be at center
of the main door. Am I right?
And actually I bought total
10coins from bugis for 3.50.
Can pls advise where else it
it's best to place the
remaining 7 cOins? Is it
corner of kitchen? Dining?
Living? Or bedroom? Or my
weakest direction? Thanks so
much for ur valuable advise.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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These are some considerations:-
1. Symbolism:-
1.1. A set of three-coins EACH
1.1.1 Under the Flying Star association: number #3 represents wood element
1.1.2 And as the coins are suppose to be made of metal (copper);
1.1.3 Thus a set of three-coins EACH symbolises wealth : where metal destroys wood to create wealth (under the Five Elements concept).
1.2. A set of 10 Emperor coins
1.2.1 Thus a single row of 10 Emperor coins are often buried e.g. below the wooden door of the main door. Here, please refer to Part 2: showing a sheet containing the names of the ten emperors of the Chinese Qing (Ching) dynasty.
1.2.2. Thus when the coins are buried in a row; it symbolises continuity e.g. 10 emperors of the Qing dynastic implies a long reign by them. And it also symbolises: a continous string of wealth and longevity (long reign via the Qing dynasty).
2. Thus, based on the above argument, it is not prudent to separate them out into7 emperor coins and 3 others (a set of three coins each). Thus, best to bury the 10 coins at the main entrance.
3. And a set of three coins EACH can be buried (in any multiples of three.) Here, again there are no rules set in concrete.
3.1 As STEPPING on three coins each represent wealth; often, immediately after the main door;a set of three coins EACH (more no issue) is buried into the floor before the tiles are laid. The idea, here is that when we step into the house, and say if we step on a set of three coins (placed side by side) it symbolises stepping on wealth - coming into the home.
4. The concept of "Five treasures". Again the set of three coins can be placed at all four "corners" of the home and one set in the middle of the home. For example, much like the boundary of a country, a home usually should have "four corners or more". Thus, one corner is the far end of say the living room corner; the other end is the master bedroom and it's furthest corner; and other corners. This represents placing wealth at "North, South, East, West and Centrepoint". Each room can if one wants to; place the "five treasures".
5. As I have emphasised earlier; there are no hard or fast rule; some get help to identify the 10 emperor coins and then bury them (standing outside of the house) looking inwards from the 1st Qing emperor placed on the right most to the last Qing emperor to the left most. Here, it coincides with the traditional way of reading text from left to right. Again, if random order; still ok.
6. There are more rulesets. Best to seek advice from your geomancer.



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Other considerations:
1. Three-Chinese-coins EACH
1.1. Drawing a parallel; often, we hear of geomancers giving advice to tie three-Chinese ancient coins like those with wordings: Zhao Cai Jun Bao (Invite wealth - Bring in Treasure);
1.2. A common advise is to place this set of three coins into one's purse. &/OR
1.3. Stick these three coins side by side onto say a calculator &/OR
1.4. Place the string three coins into the cashier's drawer &/OR accounts book.
2. This is no different from placing the three-coins (of course without any string) just placed side by side; onto the floor. Thus if one steps on it; one is stepping on wealth. As opposed to the 10 emperor coins.
3. In the past, whenever a foundation e.g. a bridge or even some buildings are done; one hears that a child has gone missing. Most likely, the skull would end up at one of the "pillars" of the foundation.
3.1. Thus burying the Five Treasures is simply; e.g. if one has a rectangular plot and the building is rectangular in shape; coins or "treasures" are laid at all four corners of the rectangular plot plus at the centrepoint of the rectangle.
3.2. Cantonese dialect group considers the "Five spirits" important e.g. the five spirts are: that of the North, South, East, West and Centre GOD.
4. Toaist also uses the Treasures concept. Such as the "Eight Treasures". And often, the eight treasures are often displayed : 4 by 4 on each side of a Toaist temple. The five treasures is also one the ideas or symbolism.
5. Placement of coins - thingy is more of symbolism and/or belief. Then say scientific form of Feng Shui.

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On 1/7/2011 5:46:41 PM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some
considerations:-1.
Symbolism:-1.1. A set of
three-coins EACH1.1.1
Under the Flying Star
association: number #3
represents wood
element1.1.2 And as the
coins are suppose to be made
of metal (copper); 1.1.3 Thus
a set of three-coins EACH
symbolises wealth : where
metal destroys wood to create
wealth (under the Five
Elements concept).1.2. A
set of 10 Emperor coins1.2.1
Thus a single row of 10
Emperor coins are often buried
e.g. below the wooden door of
the main door. Here, please
refer to Part 2: showing a
sheet containing the names of
the ten emperors of the
Chinese Qing (Ching)
dynasty.1.2.2. Thus when the
coins are buried in a row; it
symbolises continuity e.g. 10
emperors of the Qing dynastic
implies a long reign by them.
And it also symbolises: a
continous string of wealth and
longevity (long reign via the
Qing dynasty).2. Thus, based
on the above argument, it is
not prudent to separate them
out into7 emperor coins
and 3 others (a set of three
coins each). Thus, best to
bury the 10 coins at the main
entrance.3. And a set of three
coins EACH can be buried (in
any multiples of three.) Here,
again there are no rules set
in concrete. 3.1 As STEPPING
on three coins each represent
wealth; often, immediately
after the main door;a
set of three coins EACH (more
no issue) is buried into the
floor before the tiles are
laid. The idea, here is that
when we step into the house,
and say if we step on a set of
three coins (placed side by
side) it symbolises stepping
on wealth - coming into the
home.4. The concept of "Five
treasures". Again the set of
three coins can be placed at
all four "corners" of the home
and one set in the middle of
the home. For example, much
like the boundary of a
country, a home usually should
have "four corners or more".
Thus, one corner is the far
end of say the living room
corner; the other end is the
master bedroom and it's
furthest corner; and other
corners. This represents
placing wealth at "North,
South, East, West and
Centrepoint". Each room can if
one wants to; place the "five
treasures".5. As I have
emphasised earlier; there are
no hard or fast rule; some get
help to identify the 10
emperor coins and then bury
them (standing outside of the
house) looking inwards from
the 1st Qing emperor placed on
the right most to the last
Qing emperor to the left most.
Here, it coincides with the
traditional way of reading
text from left to right.
Again, if random order; still
ok.6. There are more rulesets.
Best to seek advice from your
geomancer.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Dear Mr Lee,
Thanks for the encouragement.. Btw.. I am waiting for your 2nd part of messages. Tks!

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On 1/7/2011 8:21:04 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are some of the
considerations:
1. Placement of coin(s) is an
in-exact science. And there
are no right or wrong
technique of doing so.
2. The core idea is that of
symbolism in custom (not Feng
Shui). In that of "PLACING
WEALTH" into one's home.
3. Thus, some Geomancers will
advice a range of "ideas":
3.1. Some Geomancers say,
simply scatter some coins in a
random manner into the home.
For example, prior to laying
the top most level tile or
flooring some coins; e.g. need
not be "ancient" Chinese
coins; can even be "left over"
or "spare change" such as one
cent coins or five cents or
even larger denomination.
3..2. Another more systematic
method is to lay coins at
"specific" locations; in an
orderly manner in a home where
the tiles /flooring has not
been laid yet.
4. Thus, if some one were to
tell us that this method is
wrong or not right is either
egoistic or has only a one
track mind.
5.As mentioned above, there is
really no ONE correct method
of the placement of coins.
Just remember: it is the act
of "literally" laying down or
throwing coins into one's
home: i.e. the concept of
PLACING WEALTH into one's home
- that's all. Nothing
scientific or rocket science
or must only be done a
specific way.
Part 2..... to be continued in
the next message

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On 1/7/2011 7:41:38 AM, Anonymous wrote:

Good day mr lee, I read
through the article u posted
on location to bury the heaven
coin is best to be at center
of the main door. Am I right?
And actually I bought total
10coins from bugis for 3.50.
Can pls advise where else it
it's best to place the
remaining 7 cOins? Is it
corner of kitchen? Dining?
Living? Or bedroom? Or my
weakest direction? Thanks so
much for ur valuable advise.

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Placement of coins... "5 treasures"

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On 1/8/2011 9:25:29 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Mr Lee, Thanks for the
encouragement.. Btw.. I am waiting for
your 2nd part of messages. Tks!On
1/7/2011 8:21:04 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
These are some of the
considerations: >1. Placement of
coin(s) is an >in-exact science. And
there >are no right or wrong
technique of doing so. > >2.
The core idea is that of >symbolism
in custom (not Feng >Shui). In that
of "PLACING >WEALTH" into one's home.
3. Thus, some Geomancers will
advice a range of "ideas": >
3.1. Some Geomancers say, >simply
scatter some coins in a >random
manner into the home. >For example,
prior to laying >the top most level
tile or >flooring some coins; e.g.
need >not be "ancient" Chinese
coins; can even be "left over"
or "spare change" such as one
cent coins or five cents or >even
larger denomination. > >3..2.
Another more systematic >method is to
lay coins at >"specific" locations;
in an >orderly manner in a home where
the tiles /flooring has not >been
laid yet. > >4. Thus, if some one
were to >tell us that this method is
wrong or not right is either
egoistic or has only a one >track
mind. > >5.As mentioned above,
there is >really no ONE correct
method >of the placement of coins.
Just remember: it is the act >of
"literally" laying down or >throwing
coins into one's >home: i.e. the
concept of >PLACING WEALTH into one's
home >- that's all. Nothing
scientific or rocket science >or
must only be done a >specific way.
>Part 2..... to be continued in
the next message > >On
1/7/2011 7:41:38 AM, Lin Tan wrote:
Good day mr lee, I read
through the article u posted
on location to bury the heaven
coin is best to be at center
of the main door. Am I right?
And actually I bought total
10coins from bugis for 3.50.
Can pls advise where else it
it's best to place the
remaining 7 cOins? Is it
corner of kitchen? Dining?
Living? Or bedroom? Or my
weakest direction? Thanks so
much for ur valuable advise.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Another coins placement exercise in a new HDB flat

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Note: Coins placement has nothing to do with Feng Shui. More of a custom and tradition. 

Even for other certain cultures... for example, in Malaysia, a straits settlement coin was found on a concrete pillar where the KAMPONG house was dismantled. This coin was placed onto the wood support between it and the concrete support pillar.

Some Buddhist Temples practise placement of such treasures at all four corners of a premise for luck.

Overall, this placement should be considered as Symbolic of “ placing wealth”. 

Thus nothing to do with religious practices (if any).


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