This grave belongs to the ancestral of another property tycoon of Bolehland. Started in the business of FnB and later made a fortune in retail franchising, leisure, gambling and hospitality, insurance and real estate, his main secret to success is via connection to the local Malay elite that also include the royalty. This grave is rather old and has been restored to its current glory. Among the siblings, it is stated very clearly, who is to be benefitted from the FengShui of the grave.
THE SEAT OF WEALTH (财富座位)
The location of this grave, unlike the previous example, is the epitome of the ideal land form for Yin FengShui. The embrace, parent mountain and table mountain are par excellent. Siting and facing JuMen wealth mountains flanked by WenQu and WuQu official seal mountains. What could have gone wrong with such a setting? Pylons are the only ShaQi structure dotting the 'shoulders' of both Dragon and Tiger. The dropping of its vein from the JuMen mountain is so obvious that within the same vicinity, many well to do family graves were discovered.
Receiving Yin Fire formation, exiting Grave and receiving Growth conformed to SanHe formation and very likely, the FengShui master for this grave is from the SanHe school. Internal structure exiting Sickness. YingYang is beautifully balanced.
This grave was a masterpiece of a SanHe practitioner. It revealed so clearly as to how waters are received and to prosperous which family of the sibling first, second and so forth... The ShaQi was planted much later and it could clearly seen how it takes its toll to the rest of the family. Obviously the tycoon and his younger brothers are spared and they emerged to be the better real property player in Bolehland.
One very obvious observation is, there is no stream within the site. Who say, you must have a stream seen flowing in front to be called an auspicious grave? Think again....