This grave belongs to the ancestral patriarch of a real estate tycoon in Bolehland. The patriarch humble beginning as a Lorry driver brought up the tycoon to be as the youngest in the family of four and through sheer dedication he climbed up the ladder in the banking sector to finally helm as the CEO of the a real estate company in Bolehland. The biggest turn around in his life, following the demise of the patriarch and erection of this relatively new tomb, was a reverse takeover of his precious real estate company by a GLC through various unknown subsidiaries. Overnight he lost 'the duck that lays the golden egg' to be forced to start all over again through another new company, currently making headlines.
SURREAL WATER SHED LANDFORM (水脱穴)
This grave was located within a memorial park with not many hills and a 'man made' stream that has it sourced share by another two existing memorial parks. Water is slow moving to a point of almost stagnant. It is sited on top of a small mount, many considered a watershed. This grave was built inside a pavilion with walled at all sides. The rear was a major road. So technically, another example of a grave without Green Dragon, White Tiger, Dark Warrior and Red Phoenix.
Upon measuring this very grave it does not conform to any typical SanHe structure. It could have been done by XKDG practitioner instead as the tycoon is now a good supporter of the FengShui superstar in Bolehland that loves to use XKDG. It faces period 7 GuaYun most likely wanting to tap into period 7 prosperous Qi.
The Xue of this grave sits in a Yin Fire formation exiting Prosperous. In such context, it's wealth would no longer sustain the generation to come. A greater external revealed that it exits Bath. Only time could tell the efficacy of this tomb to the later generations to come. For once we are not so convinced that it will bring prosperous result.
Within the same memorial park, we could not withstand the temptation to visit the largest grave within the area. Sit on top the highest hill within the area, it was built like a private temple complex overlooking the entire memorial park as its bright hall.