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There are many articles written about ShengJi and we should not touch on the obvious but to highlight the effect of the type of ShengJi done by the Bolehland Conmaster. We were told that a Conmaster of non Daoist nature has been performing ShengJi (Bolehland Conmaster is a Christian), a method that is deeply rooted in the Daoist methodology. The problem is when such method is carried out not by an initiated Daoist priest, the repercussions are as mentioned by many other renowned masters, are a continuous bad lucks and misfortunes especially so when the ShengJi is buried on grounds with plenty of ShaQi. A famous HongKong case involving an inheritance struggle between the descendants of a multi-millionaires with her purportedly FengShui master has resulted in a verdict that this art of ShengJi, if it is not carried out by initiated Daoist is best to be regarded as a con job.
The trademark of the con method is to bury personal items such as old garments with or without some personalized organic materials such as hairs, blood, semen, skins and so forth without the proper Daoist ritual. Worse if within such 'payloads' include the so called BaZi of the benefactor of the ShengJi. Without a proper Daoist ritual, it simply means to say, the benefactors or the owner of the payloads had passed away and now buried sixth feet under. Without proper ritual, such payloads would invite unwanted spirits to reside within especially so when the ShenJi is done within a cemetery site. The benefactors luck will continue to deteriorate.
Disclosure from a friend who has studied under the Bolehland Conmaster, the materials used to prepare the payload are as the followings: -
These items were placed in the Plywood Box in the order of Head to Toe with the red packets placed above and the box was duly sealed. No proper “replacement self” and invocation were carried out. This very box will be planted in a pre-cast hole made of brick and mortar. Alignment of the box was done using the 72D and aggregates were poured in surrounding the box as to fix its location for involuntarily movement. Soon after, a concrete slab will be placed above the pre-cast hole before a tomb stone be erected. No ritual or invocation is required…
THE DAOIST METHOD
The main ingredient within this method vested in the art to create a replacement self. This is a close guarded secret within the Daoist fraternity beyond the scope of this paper. The general idea was to put to death part of a person's soul and to rejuvenate it again as a 'new person'. There are a series of steps to be taken covering the entire 49 days and not as simple as digging a hole to bury your personal belongings. Obviously, there is another type that is not bury but was placed on an altar of a Daoist temple, made popular by a HongKong master.
THE REAL FENGSHUI METHOD
The actual FengShui method do not require burying any personalized items nor the BaZi. Not even your organic materials. It does not involve cemetery land. It does not require one to spent enormous amount of money to build up a 'grave' or even a 'tomb stone'. When it is done, you don't even notice it is there. It is complete with its entire FengShui formation matching its macro structure. This is truly the actual YangGong method of establishing ShengJi. Top notch master is offering such services with warranty given for their services. Do you think a Bolehland Conmaster could afford such?
Think about it, bringing old folks tale about punishing the misconduct emperor by spanking on his robe is as equivalent to burying personalize item to receive earth Qi? This is blatantly the act of con-master-ship of the highest degree and yet there are plenty of well-educated folks believing and buying into such scams. Shame on you. Having personalize items to construct the replacement self, using the Daoist methodology is an entirely different call altogether. When one mixed these up it is only a call for the 'ghost' to take vacant possession over the misconstrued 'payloads', that will only lead to further deterioration of the benefactors luck.
On second thought, a person's life is not judged upon the number of attire he has worn nor the number of organic materials he has shed. Most of the old attire may have ended up in the dump site. Similarly most of the organic materials we shed may also ended up in the sewer treatment plant. Would the sum of all these would be neutralized by simply having a pair of old attire and some specimen of organic materials planted as ShenJi to enjoy good FengShui? Wise up.
In FengShui, the very first principle is to avoid Killing Qi. Bad formations with broken mountains surrounding the site is BAD ENOUGH, what more would you ask to actually bury surrounded by aggregates? The first principle of Soil Investigation in FengShui is to locate what is probably called the Five Coloured Soil. One peculiar thing about this soil is that it MUST NOT CONTAIN SAND! It means to say, the soil must be firmed on the outside and moist from the inside that when you pressed upon it, it brittle and crushed away easily into dust. It is IDIOTIC to actually put in aggregates and the entire brick and mortar “well” is not necessitated at all. If indeed a payload is required, wrap them up in cloth and burry directly into the Xue – This is the most authentic method! You need aggregate so that Qi would circulate – are all RUBBISH!