Sunday, 30 March 2014

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 4- The Illness Black Star #2 (also known as Ju Men)

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 4- The Illness

Black Star #2 (also known as Ju Men)

The Illness Black Star #2 flies to East during 2014 when the annual 2 Black combines with any untimely visiting monthly stars. The chi manifested from this combination can affect us undesirably and cause problems.

In Feng Shui one will always need to consider health as a priority because, without health, one cannot have an otherwise fulfilling life and certainly one will not be able to obtain good luck in making money. The eldest or only son of the family, in particular, needs to watch out for danger and long term illnesses, especially those related to the abdominal and gastrointestinal areas. Even if there is no son in the house the illness energy in the East should not be left unattended or without remedy as it can still affect everyone. One may not know that this star is also capable to bring about loss of wealth, injuries, gossips, lawsuits, relationship problems, insomnia (sleeping problems) and depression. Better to place all the necessary Cures to render it benign. Another good thing to do is to avoid using the East area as much as possible. Strive to keep it as quiet as possible and definitely shun all types of renovation and disturbing the earth. If you really have to renovate or refurbish the east room, do not engage in such activities during the months of March May, June, October and December 2014.

If your bedroom is located in the east sector of the house, you will be prone to falling sick. All is not lost however, there is a cure to subdue #2, and that is the 8 Immortals Wu Lou with Long Life Vase. 

 You may also hang any wooden Wu-Lou (gourd) in the east corner of the room or east post of the bed as an effective cure. Additionally you may place many round metal decorative objects, so long as they are calming and do not have any sharp points, to dissipate the #2 Black Star’s negative influence in the East. Avoid using red color in this sector and refrain from displaying triangle shapes or fiery pictures.

You can also use the 8 Immortals Wu Lou to dissipate the negative earth if your kitchen happens to be located in the East. If your main door is in the East, then a good remedy to dissipate the effect of the #2 star would be to hang a Ba Gua outside the door. 

Inside you may place a salt water cure and have the six Chinese coins tied with red ribbon. 
Another good Cure to place in the East would be a gold Tsai Shen Yeh (God of Wealth) statue which will help in reducing the bad earth and will also help to guard your wealth for the year. Additionally you can place a Ru Yi wealth and legal enhancer in the East.

In 2014 a metal Dragon Turtle is also used as a Feng Shui cure to neutralize the energy of negative annual stars, particularly the #2 (visiting East) and #5 star (visiting NW). In this case it brings strong protective energies as related to the fiery and courageous energy of the dragon and the watchful guardian energy of the turtle.

Dragon Headed Turtle

The Dragon and the Turtle are both considered celestial creatures and are part of the four Feng Shui guardians assigned to each of the four cardinal directions. The green Dragon is in the East, the red Phoenix in the South, the white Tiger is in the West and the North has the black Turtle. So any combination of these celestial animals logically makes for a more powerful force.

The Dragon Tortoise is a hybrid of the celestial dragon that also is blessed with the attributes of a sturdy and steadfast tortoise. With the head of dragon and a body of a turtle the energy of the dragon, comprising courage, determination and success, is perfectly blended with tortoise’s longevity of tenure, to provide one with a protection and lasting and successful career luck. How apropos that the Dragon Headed Turtle is often depicted on a bed of coins and ingots, holding a coin in its mouth- eliciting lasting wealth and occasionally, appears with claws and Ru Yi- bringing forth authority and protection. In these configurations the dragon is said to be blowing good breathe to people and carrying the Ru Yi which signifies power, high rank and doing everything well.

With the Dragon Headed Turtle, the symbolic meanings of the dragon (luck); tortoise (long life), baby tortoise (new beginnings, fertility or excellent descendants luck) and the coins representing the money that can be made, are the reason for its heightened popularity. The various designs on its back meanwhile, such as a whole lo or a shu square symbol or with one or several baby dragon turtles riding it, always represents a good beginning and a new business venture with prospects. For those of you that are in a relationship, or wishing to have one, The Dragon Tortoise also furthers fortunate relationships. It is a fantastic energizer for scholastic finesse and superior knowledge as well as for acquiring many benefactors at school and work.

A word of caution: Do not place this symbol in the kitchen or bath room.

The ideal placement of the Dragon Turtle would be in the North, NW or East sector of the house. Placing this dragon at home is said to bring the occupants of a home good luck, wealth and feeling of security. The Dragon Headed Turtle also protects a home from negative energies.

Do not put the Dragon Headed Turtle in the North or East if it is directly in front of you while putting it at office or business place. Instead it would be best to position the symbol parallel to where you sit; here it can enhance your relationship luck. If you have arguments and troubles you can display it right behind your seat looking sideways which signifies support. Display it in Northeast for scholarship and to further your education.

Indeed, keeping a dragon turtle will attract prosperity to your business and improves your relationships with those around you. To further improve the general relationship luck you may place a piece of red ribbon in his mouth, which works wonders. To improve wealth a piece of golden ribbon can be kept in its mouth. If you are having Health problems place a piece of blue ribbon in his mouth.

Apart from all these attributes listed above, Dragon Headed Turtle is a wonderful gift to give to someone who is starting a new business, career or a new job.

Best of Luck

Saturday, 22 March 2014

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 3- The Sui Po, Star #5 Yellow (Lien Chen Star)

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 3

 The Sui Po, Star #5 Yellow (Lien Chen Star)

The Sui Po

Previously we’ve noted that North (about 352.6 to 7.5 degrees) was afflicted with the Three Killings. What makes the North more detrimental this year is that it is also being afflicted by Sui Po. Sui Po, the year breaker Star (also known as the star that "clashes with Grand Duke"), is positioned directly opposite Tai Sui (The Grand Duke).

Suffice to say Sui Po should not be taken lightly and this direction should be treated with the same respect as that of the Grand Duke with no ground-breaking work, renovations or any noisy activities for the entire year. For even though Sui Po’s energy is not as severe as the Three Killings or Tai Sui it could still cause similar bad luck, including fatalities. If disturbed the offended Sui Po can, and normally will, cause immediate health problems especially for the elderly. At home it will perpetuate uneasiness and unrest, bad luck even fatalities, whereas at work it will result in demotion, a career downfall, lawsuits, gossip and many other unfavorable outcomes. The situation can be cured however, with the powerful Pi Yao. One can display the Pi Yao anywhere along north-center-south axis and have it facing the north.

Here’s bit more info on the Pi Yao: Pi Yao is the ninth son of the Heavenly Dragon and has different names depending on where it is sighted. The Pi Yao lives in the heaven, Pi Xiu lives on earth and Pi Kan lives in the sea. All of them brings the same blessings and possess the same properties. The Pi Yao is a protective heavenly creature that has one horn, lion/dog face, hoofs and little wings and a curly tail. Many people prefer using the Pi Yao over Chi Lin because the Pi Yao does not have an anus, he only eats but does not excrete. It has a huge, even infinite appetite. The Pi Yao is also known to be loyal in nature and very obedient to their owners. Pi Yao possesses the ability to transform negative chi into positive, overcome obstacles, drive away evil, subdue bad luck, diminish obstructions, combat bodily harm and terminate stress. The Pi Yao is suitable for stimulating growth in business, securing safety for the family, warding off negativities, inviting fortune and wealth, protecting against intangible afflictions, and appeasing the Tai Sui and Sui Po. In 2014, those who are born under the zodiac signs RAT, HORSE, OX, ROOSTER, RABBIT and SNAKE should be extra vigilant.

If you have a south facing property or have your front doors to the south you must also be careful not to allow the doors to slam while entering or exiting the premise.

If you have to carry out work or emergency repairs to do in the north, place a six hollow metal rod wind chime between your buildings and the location where the work is to be carried out. Additionally, carry along the Pi Yao to overcome obstacles and guard yourself against bad Feng Shui due to alterations. It ensures good health to you.

All in all you should carry along the symbol of Pi Yao or have it beside you most of the time to ensure that good fortune and luck enters the stomach of Pi Yao and is trapped there. Meanwhile, the Pi Yao’s fierce look ward of evil spirits and it can also identify wicked people, preventing them from harming you. Is it any wonder travellers often carry along the Pi Yao (sometimes on a key chain) to prevent injuries and accidents and ensure successful and fruitful journeys with good business deals?

Star #5 Yellow (Lien Chen Star)

The deadliest affliction, known as the Fatal Star #5 Yellow (Lien Chen Star), has flown to the northwest in 2014 and because the centre has no gender this is not good and is a serious cause for concern.

Do not disturb the northwest of your home or business with noisy activities, renovations or maintenance work such as banging, nailing, digging or disturbing the earth or ground breaking this year. Be mindful of this even when you cut your grass; one solution would be to start mowing the lawn from a different direction or corner of the garden.

In the face of adversity and change, hold steady and constant. Do not get too eager to initiate repairs for, if disturbed, Star #5 can lead to injury, accidents and illnesses including fatality. My advice is to have as little activity as possible in the area. If one has an electrical fan here try not to turn it on at any time. Instead of keeping the place dark one should keep it bright. Just do not use "warm" lights. Instead, use low powered LED cold lights that will not aggravate the #5 and at the same time prevent yin energies from accumulating. Please take note that yin energy, once accumulated, can worsen the situation.

If you cannot avoid construction work or excavating then you should place a six-rod metal wind chime between your house/building and the work whilst the work is being done. 

The six-rod metal wind chime, like the bagua, is a fundamental tool used in authentic Feng Shui. The advantage of a wind chime is that it can be used internally to dissolve Shar Chi. Wind chimes are unquestionably the most powerful enhancer and cure for many Feng Shui situations. Wind chimes are potent enough to maneuver and enhance chi wherever it is placed. They make a significant presence especially for those who do not want to spend too much money to modify buildings and large structures due to bad Feng Shui. Properly designed wind chimes, according to the rules of nature, do not invite ghosts but instead will chase away evil spirits with the melody of metal energy.

Another benefit of the wind chime is that the 6 rods, which mimic the hexagram CHIEN, can also activate heaven luck in the northwest. One thing to remember, however; you must not hang a wind chime directly above where you sleep, sit, eat, work or stand. Your energy will be suppressed. In the event that there is space constraint, you may hang the wind chime lower than waist level.

If your bedroom is located in the Northwest, move out if possible. Avoid using too much fire element here for it will aggravate the 5-Yellow, keep cold lights (LED) moderately lit. 

The situation worsens if #5 Yellow hits your kitchen. This is because the kitchen already has a strong fire energy that reinforces #5 according to the Five Element Theory. During the years 2004-2024 the northwest will be occupied by #9 of fire nature. Therefore when Fatal Star #5-Yellow which possesses earth energy enters into the fire sector the afflicted energy becomes reinforced and the bad consequences worsen. When the Northwest is disturbed there will be consequences consisting of high amplification of obstruction, serious misfortune, lawsuit and financial losses, obstacles at work, bad news, accidents, disturbance and family disharmony even breakup, injuries, accidents, ailment and at worst: a fatality. Men especially will be at risk if this sector is not cured. The dangers will befall fathers, breadwinners, patriarchs’ and anyone who is in a leadership position.

When #5 Yellow hits the northwest in 2014, besides the patriarch of the family, those born in the year of the Dog and the Pig will also be affected by the #5 Yellow. Remember; a moment of negligence can spiral your luck from bad to worse in a heartbeat.

You are therefore advised to avoid cooking in the kitchen if it’s located in Northwest and eat out as much as possible for this whole year. If, for whatever reason, this cannot be accomplished then, as an effective cure, you need to display the Tenfold Powerful One (also known as Kalachakra seed syllable) with Secret Pagoda above the stove or in the vicinity of the stove in the northwest to subdue #5 and to protect your family’s health. 


If #5 Yellow is where your main door is located this does not bode well and also puts you in grave danger with the list of misfortunes mentioned prior. The doors opening and closing disturbs the # 5 Yellow. You will have to carry along the amulet for safety. Furthermore, you should display on the door knob the Tenfold Powerful One with Secret Pagoda for the remedy.

The Tenfold Powerful One (Kalachakra Symbol) is an ultra strong antidote for killing energy and evil forces. It is often used as a cure for difficult situations when other cures become helpless, in situations that may possibly carry misfortunes, disasters and accidents if not properly remedied. It is also a potent cure against visible and invisible Shar Chi such as poison arrows and annual afflictions. It uses the principle of 5 elements, combined with sacred symbols that invoke cosmic powers, in a simple, practical and effective manner to create big changes in energy without the need to remodel your home. It is like a few ounces of positive energy to deflect thousand pounds of negative forces.

For greater power and bigger homes, you can use the tinkling sounds of metal hitting metal by hanging the Wind chime and the symbol of Tenfold Powerful One combined.

Kalachakra Ten-Fold Powerful One, when worn, offers a powerful protection against an untimely death from natural disaster or illness, non-virtuous behavior and harm from evil spirits. The Kalachakra symbol deters negative energies in its surroundings and maximizes good omens. It's the ultimate symbol of protection against the afflictions of time brought by Feng Shui, cosmic and planetary cyclic changes. Those of you who are concerned when travelling or conducting business in an inauspicious date and time should find this amulet helpful.

Note: If you can’t find the Tenfold Powerful One amulet, you can copy this image and print it out.

Tenfold Powerful One with Secret Pagoda

Good Luck

Saturday, 8 March 2014

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 2- Tai Sui (The Grand Duke of Jupiter)

The 2014 Annual Afflictions Part 2

Tai Sui (The Grand Duke of Jupiter)

Tai Sui, Grand Duke of Jupiter or also known as “General of Time Gods” (Yin Jiao), is a very important aspect of Chinese Astrology. Tai Sui refers to stars directly opposite to Jupiter and sometime refers to the rotation of Jupiter. In any case they are known to influence the Chinese zodiac and are involved in religious Taoism and Feng Shui. 

Jade Emperor in Heavenly Court

The Chinese Lunar Year Cycle has 60 years, and according to Taoist belief, there are sixty heavenly generals one of whom is the Year Authority, or Tai Sui, who is rotated within the 60 Jia Zi (Jupiter stars) . Each has the duty of observing and managing the hour, day, month and year, as well as governing every heavenly body in the sky. They assist the Jade Emperor in taking charge of the well-being of the Mortal World. Each of them takes turn being in charge for a year at which time they are known as that year’s specific Tai Sui. Due to most of them having a military background and having an intangible energy body of War-like nature they are normally known as the Military Generals, or as the Cycle Gods. Each of their attributes and weapons signifies the well-being of that year. For example, if the Tai Sui of the year is one who holds a pen it signifies political unrest for that particular year. On the other hand, if the Tai Sui of the year holds a spear or sword it signifies the need to work hard and excel for that year. Each year’s Tai Sui has the commanding post wielding his authority over all other deities for that particular year, the sole exception being The Jade Emperor. Suffice it to say; with such immense power and influence, no one dares to offend him. At this juncture I would like to also add that Tai Sui has usually been misunderstood as the dreaded punisher whereas, in fact, Grand Duke Jupiter is engaged by Heaven to tend to any mishaps and disasters and provide protection. A person's bliss, health, luck and misfortune are all governed under the care of Tai Sui. Pay heed, Tai Sui will note the good deeds and misdeeds of people and so mete out rewards or punishments accordingly.
Meanwhile, those whose Chinese Zodiac offends, or by their sign clash with the Tai Sui of the year, are advised to go through a prayer session with a Taoist Priest to ask for blessing in obtaining Peace and Good Fortune throughout the year. If for whatever reason one can’t do this then there are Talismans for protection against Tai Sui.

In the Year 2014 Year of the Horse the ruling Tai Sui is Zhang Ci, and it falls on sector South 2; Tai Sui in this year is in conflict with the Rat. It is also imperative for those born in the years of Horse, Rat, Rabbit and Rooster to have the protective talisman shown below. However, it is highly recommended for everyone to carry one even if his or her horoscope sign is not in conflict, directly or indirectly with Tai Sui because you may unknowingly sleep or sit facing him, which will also incur his wrath. Better to be safe than sorry!

The position of the ruling Tai Sui in the subsequent years are: In the Year 2015 Year of the Sheep, the ruling Tai Sui is Yang Xian, and it falls on sector South West 1; Tai Sui in this year is in conflict with the Ox. In the Year 2016 Year of the Monkey, the ruling Tai Sui is Guan Zhong, and it falls on sector South West 3; Tai Sui in this year is in conflict with the Tiger.

As mentioned earlier, this year 2014 Tai Sui resides in the South (and between 142.5º – 157.5º southeast which is only 15 degrees span). Inactivity must therefore be strictly observed so as not to incur its wrath. The Tai Sui conflict is a serious affliction that must not be taken lightly. Tai Sui dislikes noise and commotion. All groundbreaking work, construction work, any renovation/repair work or moving into a new home (that faces the Grand Duke) had best be avoided. When activities are carried out it is deemed a challenge to his authority and a petrifying backlash will likely ensue.

Those afflicted will suffer lots of arguments, legal problems, financial losses, bad luck, illness, injuries, surgery, career setbacks, calamities, and fatalities at home and at work.

Also do not directly confront Tai Sui in the dining room and at work, but it’s okay to have your back facing him. Always avoid sitting with your back to the north otherwise you will find yourself harassed by unscrupulous people and also encounter undue gossip and back stabbing all during 2014. Do not sleep with your head pointing to the direction of Grand Duke Jupiter.

For houses that are facing south you are considered as in confrontation mode with the Tai Sui. For such case, it is better to display the Grand Duke Tai Sui Plaque at home as a way of paying deep respect to the deity and seeking blessings from Him. This is a common method of acknowledging the goodwill of Tai Sui as the Heavenly Divine One who is in charge of the year. And you will have to carry along the Grand Duke Charm because you are considered as either offending or confronting the Tai Sui, even if their zodiac constellation is not affected.

In 2014 place the Tai Sui Plaque 2014 with Appeasing Mantra in the South where the Tai Sui resides this year, to invite the goodwill of the powerful General Zhang Ci. This protects against offending him and cultivates his support in all our worldly endeavors – for health, wealth, love, peace and happiness.

Tai Sui Plaque with appeasing mantra

(This 2014 Tai Sui Plaque is specially designed for this purpose - appeasing him as well as protecting you from the wrath of the Grand Duke Jupiter. The front of the talisman features the image of General Zhang Ci (章词), the Grand Duke who is in charge of the worldly affairs in 2014. The plaque also features the Tai Sui appeasing mantra, which is added for good measure. This talisman can be displayed on the table/shelf or hung on a wall to enjoy the support and blessings of the Grand Duke of the year.)

Pixiu or Pi Yao

Pi Yao (PIxiu) is a Chinese mythical hybrid creature considered to be a very powerful protector by Feng Shui practitioners. It resembles a winged lion. Pixiu is an earth and sea variation, a particularly influential and auspicious creature for wealth. Fierce looking and covered with whitish-grey fur, Pixiu has the head of a Chinese dragon. Ancient Chinese depictions of Pixiu showed two different types of Pixiu. The difference is with their horns; the male has the single antler, and the female two. The the male with one horn is called Tian Lu (Pi Chen) and female with two horns is known as Pi Ya . Tian Lu is in charge of wealth and displaying Tian Lu at home or in the office is said to prevent wealth from flowing away. Another interesting note is the belief that common wingless Pixiu assists in seeking wealth while a winged Pixiu assists students in furthering their studies.

As with the Chinese Phoenix, the common image of Pi Yao (Pixiu) has undergone change and today it is represented as a single sex. Pixiu has protruding eyes and sharp teeth. Its body resembles a Chinese lion and the legs of Pixiu are those of a Qilin. Looking at the posture of the Pixiu, the creature seems to project a sense of strength, elegance and mobility. Pixiu’s obvious characteristic is its fat body which indicates a full stomach loaded with unlimited amounts of good fortune. It has a single horn on its head and a pair of wings. Likewise it has a big open mouth ready to gobble up fortune. Because of this a Pixiu statue is often employed in the home as a way of receiving and keeping fortune.

The Pixiu is ranked 5th in the order of mythical beings, behind the dragon, phoenix, winged horse and sea horse. Ancient architecture often displayed Pixiu to ward off Yin Qi (bad fortune). The statues of a Pixiu are typically seen on the four corners of the roofs of houses, particularly those of influential people such as the emperor. In ancient China, statues of Pixiu were also used as tomb guardians.

The myth behind the Pi Yao (Pixiu) is that the creature at one time had violated the law of Heaven, and so the Jade Emperor had punished Pixiu by restricting its diet to gold. Thus Pixiu can only absorb gold, but cannot expel it. This is the origin of Pixiu’s status as a symbol of the acquisition and preservation of wealth. It is said to have a voracious appetite for only gold and silver. Therefore traditionally to the Chinese, Pixiu has always been regarded as an auspicious creature that possessed mystical power capable of drawing Cai Qi (good fortune) from all directions.

Displaying a Pi Ya at the affected area of the house or office can avoid misfortune and disasters. The Pi Ya must be placed facing away from the house. For displaying at openings or entrances a pair of Pi Ya is needed.

The Tian Lu is used for attracting wealth. One places it in the designated wealth area to attract wealth or accumulate wealth. Do not place Tian Lu facing any person directly on in a confrontational position. Ideally Tien Lu should not be place on the floor but it definitely should never be place above eye level.

One cannot touch the face and head of the "Pixiu," because the touch from an ordinary person would ruin their wealth.

Pixiu (Pi Yao), a fierce creature has large fangs, visible in the creature’s mouth, with which it attacks demons and evil spirits, draining their essence and converting it to wealth. Pi Ya is useful therefore in warding off evil. Pixiu is also believed to guard against disease caused by evil spirits. Furthermore, Pi Ya has the ability of assisting anyone who is suffering from bad Feng Shui due to having offended the Grand Duke Jupiter (Tai Sui).

Tai Sui is very fond of his pet, the Pi Yao. You may appease Tai Sui therefore, by placing a Pi Yao or Dragon-headed Tortoise in the north sector of the home or office facing the 15º south radius where Tai Sui sits. For this cure, the placement of the Pi Yao should be obvious and not hidden from view, and there must be a metal element involved. Metal here refers to real gold and strong metal. The secret behind this cure is that the "Tai Sui mantra" must accompany the Pi Yao for maximum effectiveness. It actually refers to a set of Chinese incantation of the Tai Sui. This mantra had been used for centuries to help one overcome the wrath of Tai Sui.

Tai Sui appeasing mantra

(The "Long Pi" pictured on either side of the Duke is a traditional cure used by old time masters to resolve shar from the Tai Sui. The big wings signify its ability to fly high and reach greater heights/goals. Inviting them to your space will ease your efforts in diminishing obstructions. You will then gain a full grip and better control over your fortune and luck. It has the ability to transform negative chi into positive, overcome obstacles, prevent annual dangers caused to zodiacs, subdue bad luck, combat bodily harm and terminate stress.)

Good Luck.

Monday, 3 March 2014

The 2014 Annual (Feng Shui) Afflictions Part 1

The 2014 Annual (Feng Shui) Afflictions Part 1

2014 is the year of the Jia Wu Wood Horse and, for the purpose of Feng Shui or Paht Chee reading, the year starts on 4th February 2014, the first day of the Chinese Solar or Hsia Calendar. This day is also referred to as Li Chun or Lap Chun meaning “beginning of spring” in Chinese. 

All too often people focus their priorities on enhancing their wealth, health, career etc. However, this will be of little use if there are destructive energies around one’s home and work place. Therefore the first approach should always be defensive and protective in nature. This can only be done by first identifying the locations of major annual afflictions in Feng Shui for 2014. Remember, each year this will be different. Energies change directions and locations annually; hence the term ‘annual’ afflictions. The changes coincide with Li Chun. Each year, certain directions are considered inauspicious because they exert evil influences that are generally referred to as Sha Qi. Though we are now in March, it is still not too late to take note of these afflictions and arm ourselves accordingly.

The major yearly afflictions you must be aware of are the 3 Killings (San Sha/Sarm Saat) ,Tai Sui (The Grand Duke of Jupiter), The Sui Po (referred to as Broken Year), Star #5 Yellow (Lien Chen Star) and The Illness Black Star # 2 (also known as Ju Men).

In four consecutive posts I shall explain these afflictions and in so doing provide some protection so everyone can enjoy a safe and satisfactory year. Vital cures can easily be obtained from the Internet or at Feng Shui stores; however, should you be unable to do so, I have also provided pictures and posts that, with a sincere heart, will be just as effective. 

The Three Killings

The Three Killings (a direct translation from the Chinese ‘San Sha’, Saam Saat ) are an annual affliction that in 2014 reside mostly in the north (52.5º to 127.5º). In fact, part of northeast and northwest are also afflicted because the Three Killing spans from 316 to 45 degrees.

The Three Killings refer to three Violent Robbers; the combination of Age Killing (Sui Sha), Plundering Killing (Jie Sha) and Calamity Killing (Zai Sha), who inhabited the mountainous regions. When Three Killing are wrongly activated or disturbed it can bring about three types of misfortunes:

1- Financial loss/lawsuits, loss of wealth, robbery and theft.

2- Illnesses, blood related injuries

3- Accidents/arguments, calamities, destitution and fatalities.

An encounter with the inauspicious Three Killings calls for extreme caution. Any activity in the north part of your house or office between February 4th 2014 and February 3rd 2015 must be strictly avoided and any form of noisy renovations such as banging and nailing, re-decorating, disturbing the earth, digging holes or foundations, or any maintenance work with noisy equipment inside or outside will be detrimental to your home and health. If you have to carry out work or emergency repairs in the north during the year of the Yang Wood Horse, you can place a six hollow metal rod wind chime between your buildings and the location where the work is being carried out so as to minimize the harm of the Three Killings.

Aside from not disturbing the ground, there is another important rule to follow regarding the Three Killings in 2014. If you are moving your desk this year never sit with your back to the north, it is better to be seated facing the north. Also, do not sit with your back facing the 3 Killings either at work or at the dinner table; it is best to confront them directly.

If your front door faces the north in 2014 you should place a pair of Fu Dogs just inside the house looking outwards as protective guardians for the year. A Ba Gua mirror should also be placed outside facing north.

For those of you who have bedrooms, a main door or window either in the north or facing the north: you will be afflicted with the Three Killings energy and therefore be more susceptible to legal problems and accidents.

Because it targets the northeast, north and northwest, those who are born in the year of the Pig, Rat or Ox will be negatively influenced by the Three Killings. Remedying the Three Killings is not difficult. Simply and effectively; one can display the authentic cure Three Celestial Protectors (Chi Lin) facing the north this year as a remedy.

You can also hang an amulet displaying the Three Celestial Protectors on the knob of your bedroom door.

3 Celestial Guardian hanging amulet

This is a hanging amulet comprising the 3 Celestial Guardians strung vertically. The 3 Celestial Guardians are the best cure for the 3 Killings. They comprise the Chi Lin, Fu Dog and Pi Yao.

The Chi Lin (Qilin)- also known as Dragon Horse, is the Chinese Unicorn, a legendary creature with head of a dragon, scales of carp upon the body of a horse, and a tail consisting of little curls.

The Chi Lin's presence is said to attract the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, which promises good omens, prosperity, success, longevity, wisdom, compassion and illustrious offspring. This is why placing 3 Chi Lin in the direction of the Three Killings will restrain and prevent the killing Chi from harming you. The magnificent Chi Lin is believed to have great protective abilities. The Chi Lin protects against loss of relationships and saves you from losing the ones you love; the Chi Lin together with the Fu Dog protects your good name against harmful intentions. 

Fu Dogs / Temple Lions- One generally sees them outside of temples and homes. They are mythical animals and guardians of the heavenly gate. They have fear-inspiring faces and muscular bodies and are believed to be protectors that ward off evil influences and spirits. It is their task to probe the mind and intentions of the guests crossing the threshold. The Fu Dogs also nourish the Chi that enters the home or businesses premises and thus bring in good fortune.

The Pi Yao- is a mystical entity that is a particularly powerful and auspicious. Chinese adore the Pi Yao because of its protective, obedient and loyal nature. It is believed that the Pi Yao will always try its best to fulfill its owner’s wish and protect its owner from any harm. The Pi Yao also has the ability to help anyone having bad Feng Shui due to having offended the Grand Duke Jupiter (Tai Sui). As one of the effective cures for the Three Killings, the Pi Yao protects you from monetary loss. 

All Three, known as the “The Three Celestial Guardians” are a great protection against the Three Killings.

The Three Celestial Guardian Plaque 

Be sure to hang your 3 Celestial Guardians Amulet/Plaque where the San Sha Three Killings are located and make sure you don’t sit or sleep with your back to this direction.

Good Luck