Category:Feng Shui

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This is a category for pages of a method of ancient Chinese Divination known as Feng Shui. The term "Feng Shui" can be literally translated as "Wind-Water".

It includes the traditional ways of looking at land forms, houses, buildings and burial sites. The purpose of Feng Shui is to understand the "Qi" or "energy" of land forms, etc, so as to be able to make use of the auspicious features, and minimise the impact of inauspicious features that are within one's control.

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  1. Feng Shui/Setting Up A Geomantic Chart/Mountain Stars
  2. Feng Shui/Setting Up A Geomantic Chart/Facing Stars
  3. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 2
  4. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 1
  5. Feng Shui/Substitute Star
  6. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 9
  7. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 8
  8. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 7
  9. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 6
  10. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 5
  1. Feng Shui/Setting Up A Geomantic Chart/Mountain Stars
  2. Feng Shui/Setting Up A Geomantic Chart/Facing Stars
  3. Feng Shui
  4. Feng Shui/Xuan Kong Da Gua
  5. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 5
  6. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 6
  7. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 7
  8. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 8
  9. Feng Shui/Substitute Star/Substitute Stars Of Period 9
  10. Feng Shui/Flying Star Feng Shui/Period 3

The following 39 pages are in this category, out of 39 total.