This Feng Shui Melbourne article was written in 2005. In the article, I used the Feng Shui land form plus the Feng Shui formula to predict Feng Shui Melbourne about population growth. You can look back the last 8 years about my Feng Shui of Melbourne prediction. Here is the Feng Shui Melbourne article for you to enjoy:
An ancient saying in Feng Shui stated that: “Going in a mountain, find the water-mouth, going in a house, locate the Chi-mouth”
A water-mouth is a Feng Shui term. In fact it is the meeting point of the Green Dragon and White Tiger. The Chi-mouth of a house is the main door or the door frequently used.
Water-mouth can be located at real water intersection. For example a river flows to the sea. The water-mouth is where the river touches the sea.
There are also virtual water-mouths. The virtual water-month is the road-intersections or a round-about, imagines that a small street goes and meets a bigger road.
A naturally formed and real Feng Shui water-mouth, it must be at these four locations:
Not only going in a mountain to find water-mouth, but also going into a City need to location the water-mouth. After the water-mouth and mountains are located, then we can apply the Xuan Kong Da Gua Feng Shui to calculate that what period of time this City is booming and what period of time this City is depressed. What period time this City’s population is increasing and what period time this City’s population reduced.
The Feng Shui Melbourne and its ups and downs in history can be inspected by this Feng Shui principal.
The Melbourne’s water-mouth is located at the South-west! The mountain or mountain Dragon is coming from the North-East, the Danendong ranges.
Feng Shui Melbourne Land Form
The Time and Space calculation is based on the Feng Shui three cycles and nine periods incorporate with the Luo Shu. The Luo Shu chart as below.
Each number in the Luo Shu is a Gua. It also represents the time and direction. Don’t forget this direction the Luo Shu is different from our day to day map. The top of the Luo Shu (9) is south. The bottom of the Luo Shu (1) is the North. The right of the chart (7) is the West and the left the chart (3) is the East.
So the (2) is in the South-west. Number 2 is period 2, Kun Gua. The time is form 1884 to 1903.
To study Feng Shui, we must use or check the actually fact and historical events by looking back the history.
Qing Nang Xu says, “The dragon god on mountain does not go into water, (and) the dragon god in water does not go up (a) mountain.”
During the period 2, 1884-1903 in Melbourne , the 2 is the dragon god on mountain. It should go up to the mountain. However, during period 2, the dragon god on mountain went down into the water. You can read Melbourne history here.
On the other hand, during period 2, the number 8 was dragon god in water. It should go into water but it went up to a mountain.
When the dragon god on mountain goes down to water, the population would become decreasing.
When the dragon god in water goes up into a mountain, the economic become bad or depressed.
Now, let’s looking back into the history, Feng Shui Melbourne from 1883 to 1903 in Melbourne to see what was happening then.
By opening the history book, in early 1880s (in period 1) in Melbourne the property was booming. When the time moved into period 2, in about 1888, the property market started to crash. The property price is dropping during this time. Not only that, the population was also decreased.
Nowadays in period 8 (2004 to 2023), the number 8 the dragon god on mountain goes up a mountain, the number 2, The dragon god in water goes down to water. This is a good arrangement. The time is perfectly incorporated with the forms.
And the fact is that, now, every week there are more than a thousand people come into Melbourne . This is the effect of the dragon god on mountain goes up mountain.
And the economic in Melbourne is also booming, the property price is up. This is the effect of the dragon god in water goes down water.
With this theory in mind, Feng Shui Melbourne will be blossoming in the next 20 years.
Written in 2005 C
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