Bazi

Superstitious Star In Bazi

I guess there is some amount of superstition in us, some has more while some to a lesser degree. Cambridge dictionary defines superstition as “belief that is not based on human reasoning or scientific knowledge”.

Superstition is something common in all cultures, some has more while some lesser. Chinese in particular has very strong rooting in superstition beliefs and throughout the centuries it has become so part of us that today it becomes so hard to differentiate between, culture, religion and the art of Chinese metaphysics studies. For example, the symbol of Taiji is primarily used in Daoism as well as in I-Ching studies. If one looks at it from the I-Ching angle, then it is just a symbol with a profound meaning behind. However many people confused themselves that Chinese metaphysics is related to Daoism.

Taiji

Is there a Superstitious Star in Bazi?

Today I would like to discuss a little about the Bazi of Nina Wang. Nina after her death, her lover Tony Chan was sued in court in Hong Kong by her siblings because they believe that Tony has faked the will. Indeed, the court found him guilty and he was sentenced to 12 years in prison.

What was interesting is that Tony claimed to be a Feng Shui master and during the proceeding, he revealed how he knew Nina and how they have fall in love and the level of intimacy just to win the case and claim all her wealth. Later it was found that he is not a true Feng Shui master but rather a Mix art practitioner. Tony engaged famous master Joseph Yu of Canada as expert witness while Nina’s siblings engaged Master SzeTo Fa Zhen (司徒法正) as their expert witness.

TonyChan via telegraph
Tony Chan via telegraph.co.uk
Note: a mix art practitioner practices mixed Daoist rituals, cultural beliefs, Chinese metaphysics etc.
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