BUTCHER'S GUILD GRAVE
Follow up from the landform mandala Qi map, we were informed that this grave belongs to the clan of the butchers' guild. We believed that My72dragon may write a blog on its history, origins and the rationales behind such a clan's grave, while we investigate if indeed was dotted by a YangGong GuangXi FengShui master.
THE GREATER EXTERNAL
This tomb sits Chen 辰 faces Xu 戌. From the Qi map matching Googlemaps information, it reveals that the grave is receiving the incoming dragon at Gen 艮 known as the Ulu Kelang vein, branching off from the main range of the Titiwangsa going southeast Xun 巽. The landform is boundary by the two main rivers namely the Klang River and the Kerayong River exiting extinction at KunShen 坤申. This formation fits wood frame.
PRECEDENT STUDY - LIUJIANGDONG MASTERPIECE 劉江東墓
There has been news about an ancient grave believed to have been anointed by the late great grandmaster LiuJiangDong 劉江東, the third generation of GuangXi GanZhou YangGong master, dotting the internet. A current visit by a young HongKong master revealed the followings: -
1. The stele recorded that it sits Chen 辰 (Xun) face Xu 戌 (Qian) nurture.
2. Conforms to Yin wood frame with water receiving from the ascending and exiting extinction KunShen 坤申.
3. The grave is sitting onto a steep vein with surprisingly mediocre landforms.
However, measuring with the LuoPan revealed that the recorded information has been grossly deviated due to: -
1. The fact that the tomb has been destroyed during the Cultural Revolution and it has been duly reconstructed by the descendants of Liu with renewed measurements.
2. That the inscription within may have been the alignment of the "golden casket" buried within. No one can verify this.
3. JiSi Jewel Line is too far off from the formation. Thus remain theoretical only...
In summary, we believed that this entire tomb of LiuJiangDong may have been made up to at least showcased that this great masterpiece of the great grand master is still available to be seen and measured. Judging from the inscription of the stale, the stylistic of the inscription and the mediocre land forms, it is a far cry from the real work of an ancient grand master.
However, the Butcher's Guild grave, although may have the same FengShui structure as the perceived LiuJiangDong's grave, the significant point is that it may also well be a masterpiece of a YangGong GuangXi practitioner. However, to our disappointment it sits Minor DE - 小空亡!
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