Let’s look at Feng Shui for 2008. I will use the Flying Stars Feng Shui technique as the basis for my prediction.
In the first 2 articles, I will discuss on the global outlook for 2008. In part 3 and 4, I will talk the effect of the flying stars on the 2 buildings most closely related to you: your home and office.
According to the Chinese calendar, 2008 is the year of the earth rat. What are we expecting to take place?
Take note that according to the Chinese way of calculation, the year of the earth rat starts on 4th February 2008 and continue to 3rd February 2009. So what ever prediction mentioned here is meant to cover this period of time.
Flying Stars Feng Shui
Flying Stars Feng Shui (“Xuan Kong”) is an amazing school of Feng Shui used only by advanced practitioners. It studies the effect of the nine celestial stars on us and our environment. These flying stars bring good energy – wealth, health, romance, success and overall good well being – or bad energy – sickness, finance woes, legal issues, gossip, and relationship problems.
These 9 clusters of celestial energy affect not only countries but every building on this planet. Naturally to leverage on the good energy, we use feng shui enhancers, and feng shui cures to dispel or dismiss the bad energy.
The 9 streams of energy are:
1 white star
2 illness black star
3 argumentative jade star
4 achievement green star
5 fearsome yellow star
6 heavenly white star
7 violent red star
8 auspicious wealth star
9 multiplying purple star.
You can easily guess which ones are the auspicious and inauspicious stars just from their names.
What makes Flying Stars Feng Shui so powerful and accurate is the additional factor brought into consideration during the calculation – time. The flying stars move with time. So naturally, positions of these 9 clusters of energy change with time.
The Flying Stars Feng Shui Predictions for 2008
Let’s begin with the North.
The 6 heavenly white star travels to the north and interacts with the 4 achievement green star (in the northeast) forming the perfect 10. Generally speaking, in 2008, there will be significant industrial advancement in the northern part of the world.
The only problem is the clash of element between this 6 heavenly white star (metal) and the 4 achievement green star (wood) from period 8 occupying the north. There may be numerous accidents in the north.
Don’t get confused over the 4 achievement green star for 2008 with that for period 8. The 4 achievement green star for period 8 is a dominant resident star in that direction from 2004 to 2024. Every 20 years the period flying stars switch location, just like what those annual flying stars do. However unlike the annual flying stars, the period flying stars assume different position only every 20 years. We are in period 8 now and the next time the period stars change place will be in 2025.
The 4 achievement green star occupies this direction in 2008. It’s energy is not as strong as in 2007. Rightfully, this is an auspicious star but in 2008 it clashes with the 2 illness star from period 8, resulting in possible wide spread of health related issue in this area.
The 8 auspicious wealth star occupies this direction. This star boosts the energy of the 6 heavenly white star from period 8, and in turn curb the energy of the 3 argumentative star in the west.
Also as the name suggests, this is a wealth star and it’s presence in the east means countries like Korea, Japan and states like California and Washington could benefit for this wealth energy, and enjoy better economical performance.
The 9 multiplying purple star moves to this direction and interact with 7 violent red star of period 8 in the Southeast.
Together with the inherent fire energy in the number 7 and 9, means that the forest fire in South East Asia may worsen again in 2008. As such, more people maybe affected by disease related to the respiratory system in these countries.
The 5 fearsome yellow star moves south. Its energy interacts with that of the 3 argumentative jade star from period 8 to create more havoc and unrest in the South and countries in South East Asia. Those traveling to these regions need to exercise more caution.
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by Glen Lim