Saturday, February 11, 2012

Feng Shui or not.. Year of the Dragon

If Feng Shui predictions are to be believed, are we seeing the predictions beginning to materialise so soon in the new year of the Dragon?
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This year's Feng Shui Bazi Chart and Flying Star Chart indicate afflictions primarily in the South-east sector due to flooding as indicated by the predominant water and wood elements in the Bazi Chart for the Year of the Dragon. The Year of the Dragon began on Jan 23 2012 lasting until Feb 9 2013.

According to the Flying Star Chart, the countries potentially affected by the negativity would be the Asean region and Australia. The affliction would most probably be centered on floods including landslides, tsunamis, and so forth.

Let's look at the current scenario. Heavy rainfall has caused serious flooding affecting areas of Queensland in Australia, the danger area being St George (coincidentally in south-east Queensland). ST GEORGE'S mayor says mandatory evacuations are running smoothly as the town braces for record flooding.

Series of incidents so far:

This morning, Saturday, Strong tremors were felt in Tokyo as 4.7 quake jolts Ibaraki The Star reported that it jolted Japan's Ibaraki Prefecture in Kanto region at around 10:27am local time (0127 GMT) according to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).

The epicenter was initially determined at 36.1 degrees north latitude, 139.8 degrees east longitude, with a depth of 50 km, Xinhua news agency reported quoting the JMA.

Strong tremors were also felt in Tokyo. There is no immediate reports of damage.


Yesterday (Friday), the Lokon volcano in North Sulawesi erupted according to the Indonesian Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation.

A rumbling sound followed by the spewing of thick ash some 2,000m into the sky heralded the eruption at 8.20am, it said.

People living in the vicinity of Mt Lokon have been advised to keep at least 2.5km away from the Tompaluan crater.

Mt Lokon, 1,580m high, is located near the town of Tomohon, about 20km southwest of Manado, the capital of North Sulawesi. - Bernama

The same morning in Fiji, a strong earthquake, measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale, hit the Fiji Islands region Friday, the Malaysian Meteorological Department reported.

The epicentre of the quake, which occurred at 9.48am, was 22km north of Laucala, Fiji, and 7,028km southeast of Semporna, Sabah, it said in a statement.

And in the afternoon at 1.34pm, a 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck Irian Jaya in Indonesia, the Malaysian Meteorological Department said. The epicentre of the quake was located 173km northeast of Sorong in Indonesia and 1,669km southeast of Semporna in Sabah.

On Monday, in The Philippines, a magnitude 6.7 quake struck near Tayasan town on central Negros island, damaging bridges, highways, some public buildings, and toppling power and communications lines. Churches and houses were also destroyed. The death toll from landslides has risen to 35 and scores of missing are feared dead as rains and aftershocks hamper rescue efforts, disaster officials said on Friday.

More than 1,400 aftershocks had been recorded since Monday, making it difficult for rescuers to search for survivors due to unstable ground and softened by several days of rains.

As for Malaysia and Singapore, the two countries have a better Bazi this year hence, we will not be having much excitement in the form of natural disasters. Keeping fingers crossed though.

Also, things will be looking up for the U.S. this year, the U.S. being in the Wealth Star (Star #8). A better economy ahead according to the reading. For your reference is the Flying Star Chart borrowed from Foong PC's blog.

Whether we believe in Feng Shui or not is immaterial. Nature will take its course regardless. The ability to interpret the Bazi Chart and Flying Star Chart provides a way to have an idea of what lies ahead.

If you are interested to know more about Feng Shui for this year, head on over to Foong PC's blog. He attended both Lilian Too's January 1 talk as well as the English and Cantonese sessions conducted by classical Feng Shui master, Joey Yap. All sessions were held at the Plenary Hall of the KL Convention Center (KLCC) in Kuala Lumpur.


  1. I guess what we can do after knowing these predictions is to be more prepared.

  2. Thanks for the mention! The Flying Star Chart is actually taken from Joey Yap's seminar booklet - not mine. I think the feng shui predictions are a good way to prepare us for what lies ahead although they may not come true. It's like weather forecast - not 100% accurate, but act as a good guide : )

  3. Lina, you are right. Avoid the don'ts and do the do's on the personal front, if possible. I suppose just being prepared for any contingency will help.

  4. Foong, you are welcome. Thank you for letting me borrow the Flying Star Chart. Still, it's from your post.

    Indeed, good to use Feng Shui predictions as a rough guide, although when it comes to global events, there is nothing much or practically nothing we can do about it.