The concept of dragon (in-coming Qi) and water (out-going Qi) which is fundamental and must be understood clearly. Whether it is auspicious or inauspicious are all due to the dragon and water location in relation to the concept of the 12 Qi phase. The dragon here refers to In-Coming and water refers to Out-Going. A concept misinterpreted as actual mountain and actual water. Such remark comes as a wakeup call to all… Another greatly misunderstood concepts is the notion of Dragon God. Is it simply a marker identify to denote the dropping of the main vein from the peak of any given mountain?
Old master has this phrase, 个字下脉 meaning the character 个 has a 𠆢 apex of a mountain and a 丨resemble the vein coming down from the apex. This is the vein. In many of the public cemetery in HongKong, a stone tablet is erected to denote the dropping of the vein. This stone marker has been aligned by the local FengShui grandmaster so that the local masters are able to align the tomb with ease. This stone marker is usually marked Dragon God. Different vicinity of the mountain has different Dragon Gods with different alignment. For those XKDG junkies, all that is required is to measure the Dragon God and try to match it to the tomb alignment and the job is done. Do they have to look for the water mouth? Next time, when you visit HongKong cemetery for searching the Dragon trip, try to observe these Dragon Gods. It is truly a unique Yin FengShui characteristic in HongKong, especially so if your pet FengShui technique is XKDG. The Taiwanese counterpart has a different attitude towards the Dragon God by sanctifying them as the deity just liked the Earth Deity.
Master Hung HC in his book, the Yin House Handbook has painstakingly trying to explain this Dragon God as Earth Deity. It states, “If the Earth Deity is placed in the front half of the tomb, it is called Earth Queen (HouTu). If it is placed back half of the tomb, it is called Dragon God”.
One of the greater elaboration of the Dragon God deity can be found in the ancestral tomb of the Taiwanese President, Tsai Ing-Wen. Located at the rear of the tomb, this very elaborated Dragon God has been carved in the image of a Dragon with spurning natural water feature. This Dragon God was carved into the natural terrain to tap into the natural ground water – a truly Incoming Water. This is the Taiwanese approach to the Dragon God and coincidentally, Tsai Ing-Wen shared the same surname with the Cai Family of FengShui Masters from Cai ShenYu to Cai YuanDing, the purported YangGong lineage of FuJian origins that has “invented” the 60D and the 120D, may have some family secrets that is not known to outsiders – Dragon God with the applications of 60D and 120D?
Some of the Bolehland masters, graduating from Taiwan also brought back such Dragon God practices but the way it was applied has been so much deviated from its original intend. One example was an elaborated Dragon God stone tablet built on top of the mountain peak to represent the supreme beings and occasionally, elaborated ShengJi rites and rituals were performed to plant these ShengJi all around the Dragon God for the hope that such act of devotion would protect the participants out of harm ways in exchange for a hefty fee. One in particular was a celebrated HongKee master who comes all the way to Bolehland to milk the uninitiated. Really, there are also charlatans in HongKong, not only in Bolehland.
You will find some passage of this classic mentioning the term Dragon God. TianYu Jing also identify that the Yang Stems are all left turning - Yang (these are called Dragon God 龍神. The classics state, Jia, Geng, Bing, Ren, are Yang, left turning to find the 5 element structure, 甲庚丙壬俱属阳，顺推五行详. Dragon God 龍神 can be construed as an entire independent topic by itself... however, TianYu Jing - Establishing Facing 定向 has this to say, Front twice yielding Dragon God front twice yielding Facing, pearl string do not face to release. Back twice yielding Dragon God back twice yielding Facing, Arraying established YinYang counts, 前兼龙神前兼向，联珠莫相放。后兼龙神后兼向，排定阴阳算. In other word, Leaning Star polarity depends on the Dragon God 龍神.
The true nuance of the Dragon God lies within the YinYang of the 60D. These 60D is also the true form of Leaning Star (Flying Star). They are also the integral part of the YangGong method of genuine FengShui. 4 Yang and 4 Yin formations. Master Yang always stressed on the basic principle of Yin and Yang. YinYang is formless whereas CiXiong refers to Yin Yang with form. Interaction of CiXiong refers to the interaction between mountain and water. Xuan Kong refers to the Qi whether Sheng Qi (thriving) or Si Qi (Dead). The auspicious or inauspicious Qi from the In-Coming mountain or Out-Going water are related and are based on the 12 Qi phase. Whether it is male/Yang or female/Yin, it is derived from within the Gua. This is referring to the Yin and Yang of the 24 mountains. This is only given to inner disciples.
Masters who understood this will not say that AiXing or Leaning Star and BaZhai are both wrong. Both SanYuan techniques are deeply rooted in the SanYuan LuoPan with all the Heaven, Human and Earth Plate, intact. Again, all these had to do with the Dragon God.
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