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Two questions of general relevance ISylvia ISylvia myfs_148408 bedokgentler@yahoo.com

2.1. Sorry, I cannot help it but...after glancing this statement, my toes kept on laughing on this 2nd Day of the Chinese New Year!


Haha, anyway it's always good to have hilarity in the New Year.

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ACTIVATING THE MOUNTAIN STAR #8..... Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net Edward de Bono and his "Lateral Thinking"....

In my opinion, don't just focus on the actual meaning or association of a "solid object" with mass as anything that has to be solid.

Lateral Thinking; with symbolism... helps... it can also be a painting of a mountain etc..... 
Don't have a myopic or tunnel vision... "Don't have a myopic or tunnel vision..."
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ACTIVATING THE MOUNTAIN STAR #8..... Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net Erh.. with a brick all the TIME? YES/ NO?

On 2/4/2011 9:46:00 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
>These are some
>considerations:1. On your
>first question; there is no
>hard or fast rule so long as
>it is not "concealed' or
>hidden from view. 2. You said:
>"I was thinking in lieu of
>some objects that I haven't
>thought of, can one hang up a
>5kg bag of rice by placing it
>in a plastic bag and hanging
>it on the water
>pipes?  " 2.1.
>Sorry, I cannot help it
>but...after glancing this
>statement, my toes kept on
>laughing on this 2nd Day of
>the Chinese New Year!2.2. Very
>recently, I believe was a few
>months ago; this person called
>me to say that he had sought
>the help of a local lady
>geomancer. And he was hesitant
>to use her advice! The lady
>geomancer asked him to hang a
>metal hulu (bottle gourd)
>directly above one of his
>doors!2.3. Imagine, due to
>commonsense; her client; dare
>not question her; but asked
>me; what happens if the metal
>hulu drops down? Would cause
>serious injuries... especially
>to his young and even to the
>elder or other family
>members.3. Especially for
>youngsters and toddlers; their
>skull is not fully fused or
>formed; and what would be
>worse? 4. If this was 1935;
>and this was Germany; and if
>that lady geomancer were to
>have provided the advice to
>Adolf Hitler; and just
>imagine; that hulu had crashed
>down and "killed" his
>favourite dog; he would
>certainly have got that lady
>geomancer hanged with a piano
>string!5. Sorry for the
>side-track.... erh...6. Please
>note that if the mountain star
>falls at the back door; this
>is excellent!. No body has
>said this, but the reason why
>a back door is that; even if
>it is a mountain star; ain't
>it good if such qi can also
>come into the home.7. Stop the
>ridicious or Looney Tunes idea
>of hanging "silly" objects on
>water pipe or other
>fittings... gravity will one
>day ultimately win!
>7.1. Hanging things even with a piano
>string is "rubbish!"8. Under symbolism;
>even a painting or picture of e.g. the
>great wall of China or a painting of a
>mountain, with some e.g. pine trees and
>tiny birds in the picture.. is fine or
>ok.On 2/4/2011 9:04:55 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
>May I ask the Master
>that
>instead of putting up the
>>six-coin cure on
>the wall,
>is it alright
>if we hang it close to
>the
>wall on
>>some electrical fitting
>>like lamps  or switch
>boxes
>or on trunking, or
>even on some
>cupboards in the
>>sector?  This is
>>because there might be some
>>markings or
>>paint-peeling should we
>use
>blue-tack or tapes and
>when we have
>to remove the
>cures in future or
>next
>year.Secondly, to activate a
>>mountain star one is told to
>>hang up or put up an
>object
>of mass.  Locally,
>it is quite
>difficult to pick
>up or find a
>boulder to hang
>up.  What are
>the common
>objects that are
>>generally suitable to use
>>and that have been hung up
>>before?  It may sound
>>flippant here but I ask with
>the
>intention of activating my
>mountain
>star in my kitchen
>and I was
>thinking in lieu of
>some objects
>that I haven't
>thought of, can one
>hang up a
>5kg bag of rice by placing
>it
>in a plastic bag and hanging
>>it on the water pipes? 
>>Also, if I have some big
>bottles
>of floor washing
>detergent high up
>in a closed
>cupboard in my kitchen
>in that
>sector, does this constitute
>>having an object of mass
>>hence activating the
>>mountain star?
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Two questions of general relevance Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net These are some considerations:

1. On your first question; there is no hard or fast rule so long as it is not "concealed' or hidden from view.

2. You said: "I was thinking in lieu of some objects that I haven't thought of, can one hang up a 5kg bag of rice by placing it in a plastic bag and hanging it on the water pipes?  " 

2.1. Sorry, I cannot help it but...after glancing this statement, my toes kept on laughing on this 2nd Day of the Chinese New Year!

2.2. Very recently, I believe was a few months ago; this person called me to say that he had sought the help of a local lady geomancer. And he was hesitant to use her advice! The lady geomancer asked him to hang a metal hulu (bottle gourd) directly above one of his doors!

2.3. Imagine, due to commonsense; her client; dare not question her; but asked me; what happens if the metal hulu drops down? Would cause serious injuries... especially to his young and even to the elder or other family members.

3. Especially for youngsters and toddlers; their skull is not fully fused or formed; and what would be worse?

4. If this was 1935; and this was Germany; and if that lady geomancer were to have provided the advice to Adolf Hitler; and just imagine; that hulu had crashed down and "killed" his favourite dog; he would certainly have got that lady geomancer hanged with a piano string!

5. Sorry for the side-track.... erh...

6. Please note that if the mountain star falls at the back door; this is excellent!. No body has said this, but the reason why a back door is that; even if it is a mountain star; ain't it good if such qi can also come into the home.

7. Stop the ridicious or Looney Tunes idea of hanging "silly" objects on water pipe or other fittings... gravity will one day ultimately win!

7.1. Hanging things even with a piano string is "rubbish!"

8. Under symbolism; even a painting or picture of e.g. the great wall of China or a painting of a mountain, with some e.g. pine trees and tiny birds in the picture.. is fine or ok.

On 2/4/2011 9:04:55 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:
>May I ask the Master that
>instead of putting up the
>six-coin cure on
>the wall, is it alright
>if we hang it close to the
>wall on
>some electrical fitting
>like lamps  or switch
>boxes or on trunking, or
>even on some cupboards in the
>sector?  This is
>because there might be some
>markings or
>paint-peeling should we
>use blue-tack or tapes and
>when we have to remove the
>cures in future or next
>year.Secondly, to activate a
>mountain star one is told to
>hang up or put up an
>object of mass.  Locally,
>it is quite difficult to pick
>up or find a boulder to hang
>up.  What are the common
>objects that are
>generally suitable to use
>and that have been hung up
>before?  It may sound
>flippant here but I ask with
>the intention of activating my
>mountain star in my kitchen
>and I was thinking in lieu of
>some objects that I haven't
>thought of, can one hang up a
>5kg bag of rice by placing it
>in a plastic bag and hanging
>it on the water pipes? 
>Also, if I have some big
>bottles of floor washing
>detergent high up in a closed
>cupboard in my kitchen in that
>sector, does this constitute
>having an object of mass
>hence activating the
>mountain star?

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Two questions of general relevance ISylvia ISylvia myfs_148408 bedokgentler@yahoo.com
May I ask the Master that instead of putting up the six-coin cure on the wall, is it alright if we hang it close to the wall on some electrical fitting like lamps  or switch boxes or on trunking, or even on some cupboards in the sector?  This is because there might be some markings or paint-peeling should we use blue-tack or tapes and when we have to remove the cures in future or next year.


Secondly, to activate a mountain star one is told to hang up or put up an object of mass.  Locally, it is quite difficult to pick up or find a boulder to hang up.  What are the common objects that are generally suitable to use and that have been hung up before?  It may sound flippant here but I ask with the intention of activating my mountain star in my kitchen and I was thinking in lieu of some objects that I haven't thought of, can one hang up a 5kg bag of rice by placing it in a plastic bag and hanging it on the water pipes?  Also, if I have some big bottles of floor washing detergent high up in a closed cupboard in my kitchen in that sector, does this constitute having an object of mass hence activating the mountain star?

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