IMPERIAL MASTER LIAO JUNQING 廖均卿
Liao JunQing (1350-1413) originated from SanLiao Village 三僚村. The chief consultant FengShui master for the YongLe Ming Emperor Tomb, knighted as the Heavenly Admirable Chief of the Spiritual Altar Imperial Officer 欽天監靈台博士. This Imperial Master is also in charge for dotting the meridian spot for the Forbidden City BeiJing when the Emperor decided to relocate the main capital from NanJing to BeiJing. He may be responsible of creating a missing corner at the Qian sector of the Forbidden City.
A poem state about him: -
On matter of his lineage, he is believed to have been the 3rd generations of YangGong lineage studied under Liu JiangDong or LiaoYu. The JiangSi FengShui masters or GanZhou gentlemen are very proud of associating with him as the imperial FengShui master for the emperors' tombs and Palaces.
THREE YANG WATER METHOD - 三阳水法秘诀
This classic although styled in the common Tang Dynasty 7 verse script, is most likely written by others but attributed to him, Liao JunQing the Imperial Master. Contain within are the method popularized in XuanKong such as :-
Liao JunQing Three Yang Water Method Secret
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SanYuan is a school heavily annexed to the system of calendric sciences one being known as SanYuan QiMen DunJia 三元奇门遁甲. As time passes, the authentic art of SYQMDJ has been watered down. With the emergence of master liked Jiang DaHung notably bastardizing the work of grandmaster Yang YunSong as in DiLi BianZhen, XuanKong DaGua 玄空大卦 emerged to replace SanYuan DaGua 三元大卦. At one level, SanYuan is able to merge with SanHe. SanHe has remained to be the fore runner of YangGong method. All FengShui methods come from Qing WuZi before GuoPu and subsequently Yang YunSong. There is only one method – YangGong method or probably known also as GanZhou method. Subsequently, splinter group forms and SanYuan school was born and probably known also as FuJian method. SanYuan school is developed upon SanHe theories and at certain level, it merges.