漏財天篷煞 – LEAKING WEALTH CANOPY SHA
This is an article written about FengShui case study. It is based on observation and information derived from all the open sources from the internet. No personal insult is intended. If there is any factual error, we stand to correct it accordingly. Refrain from reading if you find this disturbing.
FENGSHUI CANOPY 天篷
A FengShui canopy In Sydney, the Star City Casino has made headlines when the project commenced with designing and relocating the new glazed facade ‘front door’, the entrance of the Casino reoriented to face the harbour as well as the construction of a 48 metre glass façade. This was followed by work on enhanced gaming areas, refurbishment and extension of the retail arcade and a new five-star hotel -The Darling. The 12 level, 171 room The Darling, the first five Star hotel to be built in Sydney in the past 10 years.
In Sydney, the Star City Casino has added a "FengShui canopy" as part of a $760 million redevelopment. In another article, it states that “Justin Brooks says the project's engineers and designers, Yuanda, employed a FengShui expert to sign off on the canopy before it was built at TripleNine’s purpose-hired workshop”. It costs, $1.4 million and a tagline – “While the elements of FengShui can’t be guaranteed to produce financial fortune in The Star’s casinos, the stainless steel canopy is certain to maintain its appeal for decades to come.”, as quoted by Australian Stainless, issue 52.
Guess who is the FengShui expert? In howardchoy.wordpress.com it states that "Harbour-side facade of the new Star Hotel and Casino in Sydney Australia, open in September 2011. We (ar-qi-tektur Berlin) worked as the FengShui consultants for this project". Congratulation Howard…
How is the Star Casino been doing lately? It was reported that, “VIP Asian gamblers playing their favoured game of baccarat and placing bets of up to $500,000 a hand, beat the house in the first half of 2016, stripping The Star of nearly $80 million in profits. Chief executive Matt Bekier said it was simply bad luck for the casino operator and he was confident the house would get back to winning ways.”, quoted smh.com.au. Wealth leakages? How can that be with the FengShui canopy? Simply mind boggling after spending $1.4 million with a FengShui expert to sign off…
WEALTH LEAKING SHA FORMATION 漏財煞
The building is tapping into a Yang formation – simply a Big Mistake. The newly minted glass façade in nine stars formation of water star, representing wealth simply do not means anything. With a huge lobby and the escalators that simply escalates the draining of wealth into the bay. That is the most significant Qi leakages you can find. It is a simple landform 101 theory, nothing complicated. Just don’t quite understand how a FengShui expert would sign off such as his masterpiece? Simply mind boggling after spending $1.4 million with a FengShui expert to sign off… By the way, can anyone explain how the FengShui canopy helps to contain Qi in this instances would? Any “Hua Jie” 化解, “lioajie” 了解, “fenjie” 分解 or correlative thinking apply to such?
WITHOUT THE BLACK TURTLE - 29022012
Knew of a Mall in KL which used to suffer from low traffic. The owner flew in a master from HongKong with the fee of USD100,000. Yes, not only Taiwanese master can do the trick. All that he has suggested was to locate a retail unit in front of the main entrance facing the huge car park. The rest was history. The anchor tenant changes hand with a big name. Traffic increased by many folds. New extension was required for the new wing as the current threshold is maximized. What a miracle! A closer investigation revealed that the YinYang is in order. The spirits have arrived at the correct location. Speaking in terms of DaGua, it is said to be YiGua ChunChing 一卦純清, minus the door tilting and fighting SanSha, definitely. Want to know more? Postscript: Where is the Green Dragon, White Tiger and more importantly, Black Turtle? Is it a fallacy that all building must have a solid mountain as its back to fulfil the 4 guardians paying attention principles? Think about it...
THIS MALL FAILS BIG TIME, WHY? - 22012014
Award winning architecture. Big time FengShui failure. Why?
1. Cutting Feet
2. Wrong Entrance
3. Pulling Nose
Need XKDG or YangGong Fa to verify? No need la.....
TROPIKA MENIFESTO - 22052012
This is a Mall straddle between the NKVE highways, designed to be a stop over whenever commuters are stuck in the peak hour traffic jam. Good in theory but since its inception, it suffers from lack of human traffic just like the other case of Re-Publika. Undergone some makeover especially on the main entrance. Nothing extraordinary, besides crafting of the entrance, a row of water features were added and believed it, it gets better by the day, although Qi distributions on the internal still far from ideal compared to the suburb Mall, we talked about previously. Yes blame it to the strong ShaQi emitting from the highways. Imagine, the entire fate of the mall depends on the main door but in many cases, the corrective measures does not involve door tilting. Just a rectification of the immediate bright hall would do justice.
Whoever master that come to tell you that there is such thing called LuanTou 巒頭 school and LiQi 理氣 school, they confirmed to know nuts about FengShui. Both SanHe and SanYuan have their very own unique method for LuanTou 巒頭 and LiQi 理氣. This very phrase is taken from the preface of Snow Heart Classic 《雪心赋》. A typical doctrine under the lineage of 蝨母仙. Think about it...
10/11/2016 11:04:59 am
10/11/2016 06:11:12 pm
The canopy is copied from HK richest man Li kar shing office. How stupid!
10/11/2016 06:36:10 pm
If the Feng Shui guy just copy this canopy from Hong Kong richest man office Mr. Li Kar Shing, this's something else because the main door facing require special technique. The other two canopy installed are Shangri-La hotel in Shenzhen and Westin hotel in Guangzhou. Both required special method and so far only 30% disclose to public. www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=337710706574553&set=p.337710706574553&type=3&theater
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10/11/2016 11:00:52 pm
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