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Free Module 3: The Eight House Theory

Chapter 1: Survey the Home using the Eight House Theory

Site Survey

Why some houses are good for one person but bad for another? How to carry a geomancy survey of your home? Let's find out:-

There are two methods of accessing the Feng Shui of a site or the interior of a home using the compass:-

1. The Eight House Theory and
2. The Flying School Theory.

Of the two methods, the  Compass School's Eight Types of Houses Theory or (Eight Houses for short) is static and meant as a  preliminary report to analyse which house is more suitable for an  individual. In general, it is based on an investigation of a person's  birth date and match this against the most suitable to the `least' suitable house.

The Flying Star Theory is more accurate and takes  into consideration the time factor. It is thus an extension of the  Eight House Theory. For the first time in the world, Geomancy.net has developed a on-line comprehensive report combining the two theories. In additional, you also get to understand the Grand  Duke's Theory that is relevant to Compass School of Feng Shui.

How to carry out a geomancy survey of your home:-

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