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Have I changed a Period 7 House to a Period 8?

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Hello
My house was built in
1985, it faces E2 and from what I understand the previous owners enjoyed
good fortune whilst living here. The house underwent a single storey
extension in 2006 (knocking through half a wall in the NW sector) at the
rear by one of the owners before selling the house and moving out in
March 2008.
It then laid empty until Oct 2008 when I purchased it
and practically gutted it. I replaced all the windows, internal doors,
bathroom, kitchen (knocked down another half wall in the centre),
flooring and decorated all walls and ceilings. Even the gardens front
and rear have been landscaped and the loft space insulated. I eventually
moved in Dec 2008 so it was empty when the renovations took place.
I've
applied the appropriate feng shui 'cures' to address the in auspicious
and inauspicious flying stars based on the period 7 but my problem is a
consistent 'haemorrhaging' of money. The latest is a huge tax bill not
caused by myself but by someone working out the figures incorrectly. The
same situation happened to my husband last year.
So my question
is because of all the renovations and empty occupancy for over 6
months, has the period of the house changed from a 7 to an 8? My gut
feeling is it's still a period 7 house and I'm missing something?
I would really appreciate your advice and skill.
Thank you.

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In my opinion, these are some considerations:-
1. Reference resource:
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=30085&new=%3EHouse%20Hunting%20:%20A%20Lot%20Position%20-%20%3Cem%3EFeng%20Shui%3C/em
2. The climax of your woes leading to this year is that for this year, #5 (Five Yellows) and Grand Duke (Tai Sui) is at your facing direction E2.
3. Generally, things should get better closer to November onwards as the next year's qi gets stronger and stronger.
4. Thus, you shouldcorrect to say thatthe home should still be Period 7; butstacked against your luck this year is the influence of untimely bad stars at the frontage ofthe direction of your home@ E2 facing...

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On 10/18/2011 5:20:32 PM, Anonymous wrote:
HelloMy house was built in
1985, it faces E2 and from
what I understand the previous
owners enjoyed
good fortune whilst living
here. The house underwent a
single storey
extension in 2006 (knocking
through half a wall in the NW
sector) at the
rear by one of the owners
before selling the house and
moving out in
March 2008.It then laid empty
until Oct 2008 when I
purchased it
and practically gutted it. I
replaced all the windows,
internal doors,
bathroom, kitchen (knocked
down another half wall in the
centre),
flooring and decorated all
walls and ceilings. Even the
gardens front
and rear have been landscaped
and the loft space insulated.
I eventually
moved in Dec 2008 so it was
empty when the renovations
took place.I've
applied the appropriate feng
shui 'cures' to address the in
auspicious
and inauspicious flying stars
based on the period 7 but my
problem is a
consistent 'haemorrhaging' of
money. The latest is a huge
tax bill not
caused by myself but by
someone working out the
figures incorrectly. The
same situation happened to my
husband last year. So my
question
is because of all the
renovations and empty
occupancy for over 6
months, has the period of the
house changed from a 7 to an
8? My gut
feeling is it's still a period
7 house and I'm missing
something?I would really
appreciate your advice and
skill.Thank you.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Not only it is bad to renovate at EAST sector this year:-
http://forum.geomancy.net/phpforum/article.php?bid=2&fid=6&mid=28295&new
=
But also, homes facing east direction; has a double wammy in that the Tai Sui (Grand Duke) and the nasty Five Yellow #5 is at the facing direction E2.

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On 10/18/2011 11:49:08 PM, Anonymous wrote:
In my opinion, these are some
considerations:-1. Reference
resource:http://forum.geomancy.net/phpfo
rum/article.php?bid=2&fid=1&mid=30085&ne
w=%3EHouse%20Hunting%20:%20A%20Lot%20Pos
ition%20-%20%3Cem%3EFeng%20Shui%3C/em2.
The climax of your woes leading to this
year is that for this year, #5 (Five
Yellows) and Grand Duke (Tai Sui) is at
your facing direction E2.3. Generally,
things should get better closer to
November onwards as the next year's qi
gets stronger and stronger.4. Thus, you
shouldcorrect to say thatthe
home should still be Period 7;
butstacked against your luck this
year is the influence of untimely bad
stars at the frontage ofthe
direction of your home@ E2
facing...On 10/18/2011 5:20:32 PM,
Anonymous wrote:
HelloMy house was
built in
1985, it faces E2 and from
what I understand the previous
owners enjoyed
good fortune
whilst living
here. The house
underwent a
single storey
extension in 2006 (knocking
through half a wall in the NW
sector) at the
rear by one of
the owners
before selling the house
and
moving out in
March 2008.It
then laid empty
until Oct 2008 when
I
purchased it
and practically
gutted it. I
replaced all the
windows,
internal doors,
bathroom, kitchen (knocked
down
another half wall in the
centre),
flooring and decorated all
walls
and ceilings. Even the
gardens front
and rear have been landscaped
and the loft space insulated.
I
eventually
moved in Dec 2008 so it
was
empty when the renovations
took place.I've
applied the
appropriate feng
shui 'cures' to
address the in
auspicious
and
inauspicious flying stars
based on
the period 7 but my
problem is a
consistent 'haemorrhaging' of
money. The latest is a huge
tax
bill not
caused by myself but by
someone working out the
figures
incorrectly. The
same situation
happened to my
husband last year. So
my
question
is because of all
the
renovations and empty
occupancy for over 6
months, has
the period of the
house changed from
a 7 to an
8? My gut
feeling is
it's still a period
7 house and I'm
missing
something?I would really
appreciate your advice and
skill.Thank you.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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