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Sunday, July 13, 2014
Horrible Electromagnetic Interference (恐怖電磁干擾)
interference (EMI) is an electrical term used to describe how magnetic field or
radio frequency (RF) can interfere with modern day electrical and electronic
What is the
relationship between EMI with Feng Shui (FS) you may want to ask?
it or not EMI issues have became an integral part of modern day FS studies.
This is mainly because many electrical high voltage cables for condominiums or
houses are concealed now days in Singapore and Malaysia alike. That is to say
that the cables are now running underground for aesthetic reasons and not
hanging in the air as before.
has post new problems to FS audits as the house facing direction will sway 300
to 900. In another words, it is extremely difficult to take a proper
reading without resort to gyrocompass.
Below is an
actual case taken from a Singapore high-rise apartment:
magnetic compass direction shows South (1800) but gyrocompass shown
around (1080).This means
that there is a vertical power cable underneath or above the apartment.
This is a ‘sick
house’ where the occupants are likely to fall sick and this appears to be true
according to the owner’s feedback. The main door is at the top Southwest corner
with 2 and 5. The EMI is very strong at the doorstep that swayed my compass
considerably and EMI belongs to elemental ‘fire’; so the earth element of 2 and
5 are further enhanced by the fire.
the 74 granny was diagnosed with cancer during the summer this year where the
fire element is the strongest; worse still the 7 year old elder grandson was also partly
brain damaged and prone to spasm.
there are short term mitigations, but that can only last for 2 years or so.
Hence it is best just to move house. Having said so, it is probably not so easy
in Singapore where the price of an apartment has sky rocketed in recent years.
Of course, the above is not an isolated case; I can only
hope for the best for such folks to be able to move out soon...