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Why sea salt is considered earth element


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Dear Anon,
Lets look at it closely:
1. " North East and SW are Earth element locations."
2. To determine or check if a location is imbalanced, one has to use the Flying Star analsys instead of simply using the `cure' of "salt water".
As you have correctly mentioned, salt water (salt) need not necessarily be the earth element.
Perhaps, the author had visualised `grains' of salt as near equivalent to `grains of sand' representing earth element.
I feel that one should not place salt water at NE and SW without any reason.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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On 1/18/00 2:48:37 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear cecil,
I read in a book that one
should keep sea salt in the NE
and SW location to stabilize
the area. I needed to know why
sea salt is considered earth
element since it is derived
from the water and not from
earth. Thanks.


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