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Eatinggod Attack Officer Month! (Feng Shui)

EatingGod
Member since 23/9/2014
27/10/2017 

Hi Master Peter,


This month I had three incidences of rude and nasty people. Interestingly, I think it may be because of the metal Geng of the month being strong because of rooster year, being attacked by Ding fire of the year rooted in the dog in this month. 

Would like to hear your expert input ;)


Peter Yap
30/10/2017 

GengXu 庚戌 months  Geng 庚 combined with your two 乙 yi to create metal your 官 direct office which represent your career. This metal clashed with your strong wood, wood produced 丁 fire, fire then attacked your metal. This was the reason.

By default, your too strong wood will not able to create a stronger fire unless wood is weaker or fire are stronger or both

Now, Wood is weaker,

Your two 乙 wood being combined making your wood  weaker

Now, Fire is stronger,

戌 has fire and 卯戌 combined fire plus hidden fire formation.

Cheers,


EatingGod
1/11/2017 

Thanks Master Peter!


Peter Yap
1/11/2017 

You are welcome.

Cheers.




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