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Topic: Compass Direction Of Main Door

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Cecil Lee



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Posted on: Sat, 12 Jan 2002, 01:02 AM,
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Compass direction of main door Cecil Lee Cecil Lee cecil@geomancy.net Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Thanks for the picture of the layout plan.

1. Yes, you can use an ordinary compass.

2. In the past, I had investigated many years back the `long houses' especially in parts of East Malaysia.

These long houses, even when they were made of wood had unusual compass readings where the readings internally vary in different compartments.

3. I hope you don't mind if you can:

3.1 Go to a barren land or an open space near to your home. And take a compass reading perhaps from different areas.

(Becareful of some open space as it may be littered with (hidden) such as thrown away metal etc...

3.2 Goto the different "compartment" and take the compass reading to check if they are the same or have changed. If possible, take down the reading and let me know.

4. This is because, for such `long houses' taking the centrepoint - may differ from ordinary houses.

Apologies, do take your time to find it out and let me know. Also, if you can briefly describe the `scene' at the front, back and side of your property/house.

Warmest Regards,
Cecil Lee

 

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Compass direction of main door Judy N JudyNP jujee5@yahoo.com if the above image doesn't appear, please cut and paste the address below: www.geocities.com/jujee5/aptlayout.jpg Thank you so much for your patience! I look forward to hearing your analysis. =)

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Compass direction of main door Cecil Lee Cecil Lee cecil@geomancy.net Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

Thanks for your email.

If you can draw a sketch and upload it to this forum, it would be great, as it would help understand what you had written below so that it can be related properly.

If possible, if a second sketch could be given - with a sketch or brief descrption (first) of what is the back, next to or infront of your home - and any other details such as the elevation of your plot vis-a-vis the neighours.

Ideally, we look at the landscape, site and home. And these three should be related. For landscape, it is harder because one has to be physically present.

The next best alternative for looking at questions such as yours is at the minimum level the site and the home.

Warmest Regards,
Cecil
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

On 1/11/2002 8:10:00 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:

>I have no idea as to the

>compass direction of my

>apartment, rooms or objects.

>Will a regular compass take

>care of that?

>

>I live in an old "railroad"

>apartment where each room is

>followed by another in a long

>line. Old gas pipes are still

>situated above/inside the

>ceiling.

>

>The "front/first" room's two

>windows face the street

>entrance to the building -

>this room is a square shape.

>The room next was considered a

>"half" of a room with a small

>closet. The room that

>connects to the first room

>(bedroom) doesn't have a door,

>but the shape of the room is

>more like a rectangle.

>The closet was extended into a

>walk-in closet and which now

>has a sort of "aisle" or

>"foyer" that leads into the

>doorway of the third

>(living/dining) room.

>

>The living/dining room is

>where the entrance to the

>apartment is located. The

>entrance door opens towards

>the half room/bedroom door

>entrance. This room is a

>narrow rectangle shape as well

>with one window with a crack

>in it on the side of the room

>next to that - which is the

>kitchen.

>

>The kitchen doesn't have a

>doorway, but it does have an

>entranceway and wall to

>separate itself from the

>living/dining room. The

>kitchen is also a

>narrow/rectangular shape with

>a window facing the left of

>the building (left side when

>facing the building's

>entrance). The oven is to the

>left of the window sill with

>the refrigerator next to the

>wall that separates the

>living/dining room. The sink

>is located next to the

>bathroom, which is the room

>that follows the kitchen.

>

>The bathroom is very tiny -

>enough to step into it and be

>surrounded by the tub/shower,

>toilet and vanity/sink.

>Nothing more. There is a

>window by the tub that also

>faces the same direction as

>the kitchen window.

>

>The sun shines in the

>kitchen/bathroom windows at

>around 1 or 2:00 PM EST.

>Would this help in finding out

>the compass direction of the

>apt?

>

>The last room that follows the

>bathroom is now our big

>walk-in closet, which will

>soon be split into a

>computer/office space. This

>"back" room is also a

>rectangular shape. It has a

>window that faces the back

>yard and is directly opposite

>from the two windows in the

>bedroom (first room) where my

>computer desk is actually

>situated. This back room is

>the coldest of all the rooms

>despite efforts to insulate.

>

>All windows with the exception

>of the kitchen and bathroom

>have a heavy draft. The air

>cirulation in the

>apartment/itself is horrible

>but we are extremely limited

>in electrical power/outlets -

>it took us a long time of

>blowing fuses to figure that

>out! =)

>

>In the bedroom, our bed is

>situated the long way -

>alongside the two windows that

>face the street/entrance of

>the building. The air

>conditioner is located in the

>window that is above the head.

>We use heavy curtains in the

>winter, but in good weather,

>we use sheer ones. My

>computer is located in front

>of an old, but sealed door

>that leads to the same hall as

>our main doorway in the

>apartment. The computer

>monitor faces the window that

>has the air conditioner. The

>edges of the desk are rounded

>off (is this OK?), but I do

>have a small chest that holds

>office supplies where the

>corner faces the head of the

>bed. There is also another

>corner of a long desk that is

>located on the opposite side

>of the wall that separates the

>walk-in closet (half room) and

>the bedroom. The corner faces

>the mid area of our bodies. A

>clock hangs on the wall above

>the long desk - facing high

>above the lower part of our

>bodies.

>

>The living/room: there isn't

>a formal dining area because

>of the odd shape of the room.

>We do have a fold up table

>that we are using temporarily

>in the area opposite the half

>room. The couch faces the

>entrance and the television,

>stereo system, etc. The

>window is to the left of the

>couch (when sitting on the

>couch). A clock hangs high

>above the wall to the right of

>the window and behind the

>kitchen.

>

>On the opposite side of this

>clock, is the refrigerator.

>Beside it, a wooden board we

>placed to separate it from the

>oven/stove. Beside it, is the

>window. Across from this is a

>counter top/shelving area that

>my husband built because the

>apt didn't come with anything.

>Cooking/eating utensils are

>stored in a box or left out in

>the utensil caddy of the

>dishrack.

>

>Ever since we moved here, I

>have been ill much more

>frequently. I've had

>continuous bouts of groups of

>cankersores, sinisitis for the

>first time, insomnia, a bout

>with anxiety attacks,

>frequent/recurring colds/flus.

>I just had the flu last month

>and again, this month for a

>week.

>

>I really apologize for this

>lengthy email/question, but I

>was hoping the description

>might help a little in

>assessing the problems in the

>apartment. Whatever you might

>think should come to my

>attention would be greatly

>appreciated! =)

>

>Thank you for your patience

>with me... ;)

>

>Best regards,

>Judy


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Compass direction of main door Judy N JudyNP jujee5@yahoo.com I have no idea as to the compass direction of my apartment, rooms or objects. Will a regular compass take care of that?

I live in an old "railroad" apartment where each room is followed by another in a long line. Old gas pipes are still situated above/inside the ceiling.

The "front/first" room's two windows face the street entrance to the building - this room is a square shape. The room next was considered a "half" of a room with a small closet. The room that connects to the first room (bedroom) doesn't have a door, but the shape of the room is more like a rectangle.
The closet was extended into a walk-in closet and which now has a sort of "aisle" or "foyer" that leads into the doorway of the third (living/dining) room.

The living/dining room is where the entrance to the apartment is located. The entrance door opens towards the half room/bedroom door entrance. This room is a narrow rectangle shape as well with one window with a crack in it on the side of the room next to that - which is the kitchen.

The kitchen doesn't have a doorway, but it does have an entranceway and wall to separate itself from the living/dining room. The kitchen is also a narrow/rectangular shape with a window facing the left of the building (left side when facing the building's entrance). The oven is to the left of the window sill with the refrigerator next to the wall that separates the living/dining room. The sink is located next to the bathroom, which is the room that follows the kitchen.

The bathroom is very tiny - enough to step into it and be surrounded by the tub/shower, toilet and vanity/sink. Nothing more. There is a window by the tub that also faces the same direction as the kitchen window.

The sun shines in the kitchen/bathroom windows at around 1 or 2:00 PM EST. Would this help in finding out the compass direction of the apt?

The last room that follows the bathroom is now our big walk-in closet, which will soon be split into a computer/office space. This "back" room is also a rectangular shape. It has a window that faces the back yard and is directly opposite from the two windows in the bedroom (first room) where my computer desk is actually situated. This back room is the coldest of all the rooms despite efforts to insulate.

All windows with the exception of the kitchen and bathroom have a heavy draft. The air cirulation in the apartment/itself is horrible but we are extremely limited in electrical power/outlets - it took us a long time of blowing fuses to figure that out! =)

In the bedroom, our bed is situated the long way - alongside the two windows that face the street/entrance of the building. The air conditioner is located in the window that is above the head. We use heavy curtains in the winter, but in good weather, we use sheer ones. My computer is located in front of an old, but sealed door that leads to the same hall as our main doorway in the apartment. The computer monitor faces the window that has the air conditioner. The edges of the desk are rounded off (is this OK?), but I do have a small chest that holds office supplies where the corner faces the head of the bed. There is also another corner of a long desk that is located on the opposite side of the wall that separates the walk-in closet (half room) and the bedroom. The corner faces the mid area of our bodies. A clock hangs on the wall above the long desk - facing high above the lower part of our bodies.

The living/room: there isn't a formal dining area because of the odd shape of the room. We do have a fold up table that we are using temporarily in the area opposite the half room. The couch faces the entrance and the television, stereo system, etc. The window is to the left of the couch (when sitting on the couch). A clock hangs high above the wall to the right of the window and behind the kitchen.

On the opposite side of this clock, is the refrigerator. Beside it, a wooden board we placed to separate it from the oven/stove. Beside it, is the window. Across from this is a counter top/shelving area that my husband built because the apt didn't come with anything. Cooking/eating utensils are stored in a box or left out in the utensil caddy of the dishrack.

Ever since we moved here, I have been ill much more frequently. I've had continuous bouts of groups of cankersores, sinisitis for the first time, insomnia, a bout with anxiety attacks, frequent/recurring colds/flus. I just had the flu last month and again, this month for a week.

I really apologize for this lengthy email/question, but I was hoping the description might help a little in assessing the problems in the apartment. Whatever you might think should come to my attention would be greatly appreciated! =)

Thank you for your patience with me... ;)

Best regards,
Judy

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