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Feng Shui Template 8 in x 8 in (20 cm x 20 cm)

Click to view the rings.

This template is used on a floor plan to indicate the qi from eight directions. It is made of transparent plastic 8 in by 8 in (30 cm by 20 cm). It has 9 rings.

The first ring (counted from inside) gives you the nine stars (5 yellow is at the center). Inside this ring, the eight directions are shown.

The second ring is the Hou Tian Ba Gua.

The third ring is the Xian Tian Ba Gua. The trigrams are read from the outside, the same way you read the numbers and words.

The fourth ring is the twelve branches with both the pinyin of the Chinese characters as well as the twelve animals representing the branches.

The fifth ring is the replacement stars.

The sixth ring is the twenty-four mountains of the SAn Yuan Luopan. This ring contains the Chinese characters, the pinyin of the Chinese characters, and the English abbreviations.

The seventh ring is the twenty-four mountains of the Tian Pan of the San He Luopan. It is 7.5 degrees ahead of the Di Pan in the sixth ring. This ring is used to measure water directions.

The eighth ring is the 24 Shan Na Gua.

The outermost ring gives you the degree measure with north = 0 or 360 degrees.

Cost: US$30 + US$7 Shipping and Handling

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