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Topic: Where Do I Place A Dragon Horse And Dragon Turtle Statues

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Cecil Lee



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Posted on: Mon, 05 Jul 1999, 16:52 PM,
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Hi,

Basicially, Feng Shui is not a religion and thus there is no relevance to statues or `statue worship'.

Feng Shui is both an art (Shapes and Form) and a science (Compass School: Eight House and Flying star).

For those who are not aware, the Dragon Horse and the Dragon Turtle statues are derived from the two stories of how Fu Xi, a Chinese Emperor discovered the Luo Shu grid which is the mathematical formula on how the Flying Star base numbers, water and mountain stars are derived. The url for this story is under http://www.3dglobe.com/fs/tortise.htm

Similiarly, Flying Horse (Dragon horse) tells another story of another pattern found on this horse.

I guess, some enterprising marketing `people' got the above idea and decided to come up with statues based on the above numerology.

The best advise for placement of such objects are:-

1. It should not be placed on the altar with other Chinese Gods or Catholic Saints.

2. If you do not have an altar, you can display these statues facing the main door or in a specific decorative cabinet.

Ideally, they should not face any of the bedrooms or even be placed in the bedrooms. It is good to let them face an open window in the living room.

Warmest Regards,
Cecil


On 7/4/99 2:09:05 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:

>Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

>

>I needed some information

>about dragon horse and dragon

>turtle and chinese unicorn.

>And

>why and where they are kept

>what direction

>and what they should or should

>not face.

>Thanks a lot

>

>anonymous

>




 

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Robert Lee



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Posted on: Mon, 05 Jul 1999, 14:26 PM,
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Hi,

Please read below:-

On 7/4/99 2:09:05 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:

>Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

>

>I needed some information

>about dragon horse and dragon

>turtle and chinese unicorn.

>And

>why and where they are kept

>what direction

>and what they should or should

>not face.

Personally, I do not think these items are in any way really any feng shui item, which needs to be concern with placement etc.

You should be able to place it anywhere you like to. These are more of chinese art statues or objects so less of Feng Shui.

However, if any one has any other view on this, please feel free to comment.

Warmest Regards
Robert Lee


>Thanks a lot

>

>anonymous

>



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Anonymous


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Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

I needed some information about dragon horse and dragon turtle and chinese unicorn. And
why and where they are kept what direction
and what they should or should not face.
Thanks a lot

anonymous

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