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Which Flying Star Chart should I use? How to on age of a house + plot two Flying Star charts

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Hello,
We have bought a house. It was originally built in 1967-68 (period 6). We have made some serious modifications (including changing the layout of rooms, moving some walls). One part of the building had to be torn down and rebuilt from scratch (including new foundations). Now my question is, if the age of the house is still period 6, or maybe - due to our rebuilding - it has "rejuvenated", and now is the pediod 8? The question is important, because if the house is period 6, we are facing the problem of "inverted mountain and water" in our Moving Star analysis. Thank you.

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There are TWO Common sense methods used, here.
ONE 1. Based on History:
1.1. If one has already stayed in the "renovated" home for more than 2 years; one can then draw out the flying star chart of say Period 6. And another chart of Period 8. And see which seems to be more accurate - given that one already know it's past and "present" history.
1.2. If it a case of just renovated; then have to wait OR see below:.
TWO 2. Drawing out both period charts and place them side-by-side:-
2. In a real world, in this example, I have a recent client who had bought a "new" apartment under Period 8. The whole block was completed in 2000. Since he bought it "brand new" in 2008 - bare walls and bare cement floors; he did the renovation under Period 8. SEE ATTACHMENTS.
3. In this real life situation, instead of guessing which period his home is;
3.1. I have to make more effort in plotting in both Period 7 and Period 8 stars. AND the "trick" or common sense is to try to compare both SETs of stars.

3.2 To see if certain sectors share the same stars or if they differ; any remedies would affect the other set of stars.
3.3.If one has a good solid grounding in the Five Elements concept; oftenwould try to apply a "cure" suchthat itHELPS but does not create issues for the other set of flying star numbers.
4. Frankly, many geomancers would not even think of such a method.
4.1. My advice is: to put on one's COMMON SENSE thinking cap and use logicin such a situation.
5. Does the above makes sense?

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On 6/15/2013 3:07:46 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hello,We have bought a house.
It was originally built in
1967-68 (period 6). We have
made some serious
modifications (including
changing the layout of rooms,
moving some walls). One part
of the building had to be torn
down and rebuilt from scratch
(including new foundations).
Now my question is, if the age
of the house is still period
6, or maybe - due to our
rebuilding - it has
"rejuvenated", and now is the
pediod 8? The question is
important, because if the
house is period 6, we are
facing the problem of
"inverted mountain and water"
in our Moving Star analysis.
Thank you.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Some call this "Advanced Study of Feng Shui" or even "Advanced Technique in Feng Shui".
I simply call it: pure and simple COMMON SENSE!

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On 6/16/2013 8:56:40 AM, Anonymous wrote:
There are TWO Common sense methods used,
here.ONE 1. Based on History:1.1. If one
has already stayed in the "renovated"
home for more than 2 years; one can then
draw out the flying star chart of say
Period 6. And another chart of Period 8.
And see which seems to be more accurate
- given that one already know it's past
and "present" history.1.2. If it a case
of just renovated; then have to wait OR
see below:.TWO 2. Drawing out both
period charts and place them
side-by-side:-2. In a real world, in
this example, I have a recent client who
had bought a "new" apartment under
Period 8. The whole block was completed
in 2000. Since he bought it "brand new"
in 2008 - bare walls and bare cement
floors; he did the renovation under
Period 8. SEE ATTACHMENTS.3. In
this real life situation, instead of
guessing which period his home is; 3.1.
I have to make more effort in plotting
in both Period 7 and Period 8 stars. AND
the "trick" or common sense is to try to
compare both SETs of
stars.3.2 To see if certain
sectors share the same stars or if they
differ; any remedies would affect the
other set of stars.3.3.If
one has a good solid grounding in the
Five Elements concept; oftenwould
try to apply a "cure" suchthat
itHELPS but does not create issues
for the other set of flying star
numbers.4. Frankly, many geomancers
would not even think of such a
method.4.1. My advice is: to put
on one's COMMON SENSE thinking cap and
use logicin such a situation.5.
Does the above makes sense? On 6/15/2013
3:07:46 AM, Marcin Grzesiak wrote:
Hello,We have bought a house.
It
was originally built in
1967-68
(period 6). We have
made some
serious
modifications (including
changing the layout of rooms,
moving some walls). One part
of
the building had to be torn
down and
rebuilt from scratch
(including new
foundations).
Now my question is, if
the age
of the house is still period
6, or maybe - due to our
rebuilding - it has
"rejuvenated", and now is the
pediod 8? The question is
important, because if the
house
is period 6, we are
facing the
problem of
"inverted mountain and
water"
in our Moving Star analysis.
Thank you.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Simple flow chart showing: Which Period A or B Flying Chart? do I use?

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On 6/16/2013 9:47:23 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Some call this "Advanced Study of Feng
Shui" or even "Advanced Technique in
Feng Shui".I simply call it: pure and
simple COMMON SENSE!On 6/16/2013 8:56:40
AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
There are TWO
Common sense methods used,
here.ONE
1. Based on History:1.1. If one
has
already stayed in the "renovated"
home for more than 2 years; one can
then
draw out the flying star chart
of say
Period 6. And another chart
of Period 8.
And see which seems to
be more accurate
- given that one
already know it's past
and "present"
history.1.2. If it a case
of just
renovated; then have to wait OR
see
below:.TWO 2. Drawing out both
period charts and place them
side-by-side:-2. In a real world, in
this example, I have a recent client
who
had bought a "new" apartment
under
Period 8. The whole block was
completed
in 2000. Since he bought
it "brand new"
in 2008 - bare walls
and bare cement
floors; he did the
renovation under
Period 8. SEE
ATTACHMENTS.3. In
this real life
situation, instead of
guessing which
period his home is; 3.1.
I have to
make more effort in plotting
in both
Period 7 and Period 8 stars. AND
the
"trick" or common sense is to try to
compare both SETs of
stars.3.2 To see if
certain
sectors share the same stars
or if they
differ; any remedies
would affect the
other set of
stars.3.3.If
one has a
good solid grounding in the
Five
Elements concept; oftenwould
try to apply a "cure" suchthat
itHELPS but does not create
issues
for the other set of flying
star
numbers.4. Frankly, many
geomancers
would not even think of
such a
method.4.1. My advice
is: to put
on one's COMMON SENSE
thinking cap and
use logicin
such a situation.5.
Does the above
makes sense? On 6/15/2013
3:07:46
AM, Marcin Grzesiak wrote:
Hello,We have bought a house.
It
was originally built in
1967-68
(period 6). We have
made some
serious
modifications (including
changing the layout of rooms,
moving some walls). One part
of
the building had to be torn
down and
rebuilt from scratch
(including new
foundations).
Now my question is, if
the age
of the house is still period
6, or maybe - due to our
rebuilding - it has
"rejuvenated", and now is the
pediod 8? The question is
important, because if the
house
is period 6, we are
facing the
problem of
"inverted mountain and
water"
in our Moving Star analysis.
Thank you.


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Plotting a few charts...

 

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On 6/16/2013 9:36:00 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Simple flow chart showing: Which Period
A or B Flying Chart? do I use?On
6/16/2013 9:47:23 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Some call this "Advanced Study of
Feng >Shui" or even "Advanced
Technique in >Feng Shui".I simply
call it: pure and >simple COMMON
SENSE!On 6/16/2013 8:56:40 >AM, Cecil
Lee wrote: >There are TWO >Common
sense methods used, >here.ONE >1.
Based on History:1.1. If one >has
already stayed in the "renovated"
home for more than 2 years; one
can >then >draw out the flying
star chart >of say >Period 6. And
another chart >of Period 8. >And
see which seems to >be more accurate
- given that one >already know
it's past >and "present"
history.1.2. If it a case >of
just >renovated; then have to wait OR
see >below:.TWO 2. Drawing out
both >>period charts and place
them >>side-by-side:-2. In a real
world, in >>this example, I have a
recent client >who >had bought a
"new" apartment >under >Period 8.
The whole block was >completed >in
2000. Since he bought >it "brand new"
in 2008 - bare walls >and bare
cement >floors; he did the
renovation under >Period 8.
SEE >ATTACHMENTS.3. In >this real
life >situation, instead of
guessing which >period his home
is; 3.1. >I have to >make more
effort in plotting >in both
Period 7 and Period 8 stars. AND
the >"trick" or common sense is
to try to >>compare both SETs of
stars.3.2 To see if
certain >sectors share the same
stars >or if they >differ; any
remedies >would affect the >other
set of >stars.3.3.If
one has a >good solid grounding
in the >Five >Elements concept;
oftenwould >>try to apply a
"cure" suchthat
itHELPS but does not
create >issues >for the other set
of flying >star >numbers.4.
Frankly, many >geomancers >would
not even think of >such a
method.4.1. My advice >is:
to put >on one's COMMON SENSE
thinking cap and >use
logicin >such a situation.5.
Does the above >makes sense? On
6/15/2013 >3:07:46 >AM, Marcin
Grzesiak wrote: >>>Hello,We
have bought a house. >>It >was
originally built in >>1967-68
(period 6). We have >>made
some >serious >>modifications
(including >>>changing the
layout of rooms, >>>moving some
walls). One part >>of >the
building had to be torn >>down and
rebuilt from scratch
(including new >foundations).
Now my question is, if >the
age >>of the house is still period
6, or maybe - due to our
rebuilding - it has
"rejuvenated", and now is
the >>>pediod 8? The question
is >>>important, because if the
house >is period 6, we are
facing the >problem of
"inverted mountain and
water" >>in our Moving Star
analysis. >>>Thank you.

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