Friday, January 5, 2018

Repetitive Deaths (重丧)

I was asked to comment on the phenomenon of 'repetitive deaths' (重丧) as a friend of mine whose mother had passed away a few months back and followed by his brother also died recently.

Interestingly speaking, I started to inquire some of my friends and it turned out that they too have face similar unfortunate incidents too....

First, my dad died within 6 months of my grandma's death.

Another friend's father passed away followed by his grandmother also within six months period.

It is very difficult to have a detailed study as most of the information is not sufficient. But what is clear is that the ones died were quite close to each other such as mother-son relationship.

Throughout my life as Feng Shui auditor, I have found out the repetitive deaths cases are probably related to grave and house Feng Shui.

For example: My pal's healthy father suddenly passed away and his grandma also died soon after that. Then his uncle became very ill. 

The family employed a Feng Shui master and the master suggested that the family's ancestral grave to be exhumed and the remains cremated.  The friend's uncle subsequently recovered.

In another case. A lady's husband suddenly suffered cancer and died within 1 year. Then her brother-in-law also passed away a few months later and then the lady's son died in a freak accident. So within a period of 2 years, all of the male members in her family died one after another. 

An audit was carried out on the lady's ancestral grave and found that a huge tree on the left corner of her grandpa's grave was being chopped down by the grave caretaker. 

The lady was subsequently advised to have her grandpa's grave exhumed for good.

Personally, I would advise caution when ancestral grave is to be exhumed as a small mistake may cause unrecoverable damage.

Another friend's father and uncle fell ill suddenly following his grandma's death. A Feng Shui master suggested that the grandparent's graves were to be exhumed and remains cremated.

The friend complied to the instructions and a few months later, his father succumbed to illness but his uncle survived.

When this case was brought to my attention, I found out that the Feng Shui master didn't perform a 'time selection' (择日) and the time of grave digging was in conflict with '3-kills' (三煞); the tomb facing was coincided with the old man's zodiac sign.

So, I never like to tough others' ancestral graves unless necessary..

Personally, I would attribute the phenomenon of 'repetitive deaths' to house or grave Feng Shui. Once the problems were resolved, then the unfortunate repeating deaths would automatically ceased as fast as within a month.

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