In the same day, the land will be transported, the wind will be combined, and the people will be able to make a rich cemetery. The tombs of the ancients pay attention to the principle that the Tibetan monk gathers in front of the mountain and leans back and forth, and the tomb thief just looks for the cemetery to be rich.
Feng Shui is a long-established mysterious art of the Han nationality. It is also known as the green Wushu and the green sac. The more academic saying is called Kan.
Science: Wind and water are the forces of nature and the magnetic energy of the universe. The wind is the vitality and field energy, and the water is the flow and change. Therefore, the study of Feng Shui is the technique of the phase, the study of geography, that is, the method of on-site exploration of geography.
Feng Shui is a philosophy that studies the environment and the laws of the universe. Since people are part of nature, it is necessary to study the law of Feng Shui in order to achieve the realm of "Heaven and Man".
The ancient emperors will pay the most attention to Feng Shui, because they maintained their vested interests by relying on "the monarchical authority" and "the combination of heaven and man" during their lifetime. Therefore, after death, they still want to maintain the sense of the heavens. The mausoleum worked hard to choose a piece of Feng Shui treasure land to make wealth rich and eternal.
In the history of Feng Shui, the earliest definition of Guo Dian in the Jin Dynasty, in his famous book "The Funeral Book" has a cloud: "The burial, take the angry, the air is the wind, the water is stopped, the ancients gather not to Disperse, the line of action has stopped, so it is said that Feng Shui, Feng Shui's method, the water is the top, and the Tibetan style is second."
It can be seen that “Tibet and Water” is the best place for tombs. This theory has been extended for thousands of years. On the one hand, people pay attention to the burial environment, and on the other hand, it also reflects People's trust in Feng Shui is even dependent.
The thieves are rich in experience and are good at Feng Shui. Therefore, every time you go to a place, you must first check the terrain and see where the tombs that have been destroyed on the ground are located. As long as they are real Fengshui treasures, they are generally tombs. There must be more treasures in the tomb.
The determination of the unmarked tomb site on the ground with feng shui is inconspicuous.