The story of folk feng shui dragon vein

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For the people of the Tang Dynasty, it was bound to be an eventful time: before the an Shi rebellion was settled, the Uighurs killed a bone Perot, first pacified the western regions, then defeated the Turks, and then dominated the grasslands and deserts, eyeing the fat meat of the Central Plains. At that time, Emperor suzong of the Tang Dynasty was in power. He was in a hurry just to clean up the mess. He was unable to cope with the threat from the frontier. After spending a few days with yahuazi, he decided to send his daughter out to Gu Li Peiluo as his wife. This is also in line with the general law of the Han and Tang Dynasties: if a man can’t do it, he will change a woman. If he can’t beat someone else, he will make peace. He will change peace by being a father-in-law or a brother-in-law. Before sending his daughter out, the Tang Su sect sent a group of people to the Uighur on business. In fact, they made an investigation to find out the details of Gu Li Peiluo. There was a strange man in the investigation group. He looked around all the way. When he saw a hill, he climbed up, measured the shadow of the sun with a Tu GUI, set the direction with a compass, and drew some inexplicable symbols on the paper. The leader praised him Military survey is very important. That man can tell. What military survey? I’m looking for dragon vein. It turned out that he was a geomancer The geomantic omen returned to Chang’an and reported to Tang suzong that after careful investigation, he finally found the dragon vein, which is located in the south of the desert. There is a small hill called Fushan. As long as this hill is destroyed, the Uighur’s kingliness will disappear and the bone power Peiluo will be finished. Emperor suzong of Tang was overjoyed and told those who sent off the wedding to find Fushan and bring it back. Later, the sending off team found Fushan, burned it with fire, poured it with vinegar, broke it up into pieces, and loaded it back. Later, Gu Li Peiluo died, the Uighurs went to the low tide, and the border threat was lifted. Whether this story is true or not, it can be written in Feng Shui books As a case. Because it can prove that Feng Shui is very divine, very useful, and has a historical origin. There are two other cases, which are very similar to Tang suzong’s digging up the dragon vein. In the late 11th century, the emperor of the Liao kingdom was worried that the female immortal would threaten national security. He asked Mr. Feng Shui to go to the Nvzhen tribe to find the dragon vein. He found a hill, burned it with vinegar, dug it up and piled it on mennei street in Xi’an, Beijing. It is now called mianer mountain. At the beginning of the 13th century, the emperor of Jin worried that the Mongols would threaten national security. He asked Mr. Feng Shui to go to the Mongolian desert to find the dragon vein. He also found a hill, burned it with vinegar, dug it up and piled it up in Beijing Jingshan Park, now called longevity hill. It’s a pity that they are not very clever: the emperor of the Liao Dynasty dug up the dragon vein of the immortal woman, but the immortal woman still destroyed the Liao Dynasty; The emperor of the Jin State dug up the dragon vein of the Mongols, but the Mongols still destroyed Dajin. Writing these two things into the book proves that Feng Shui is not very divine and useful, but very bad and inconvenient. But those who are obsessed with geomantic omen will say: they didn’t dig the dragon vein right. If I were sent there, I would certainly find the real dragon vein. Therefore, it doesn’t mean that geomantic omen is not effective, but that they are not good at learning. The story of digging the dragon vein was also staged once in the fourth ancestor of Huangmei. It is said that the fourth ancestor of Huangmei temple has been growing in Longshan. If it grows to Taibai lake, Huangmei will be the son of heaven. It happened that the emperor was dizzy in the Jinluan hall, and ordered the imperial Tianjian to observe the celestial phenomena. After the imperial Tianjian observed the celestial phenomena, he reported that there was a treasure land in Hubei, and the son of heaven would appear after it was formed, so his Majesty was dizzy in the hall. As for the exact location, it was impossible to see clearly, so the emperor sent people to look everywhere in Hubei. When he found the vicinity of Huangmei fourth ancestor temple, he found that it was indeed imperial. So he flew to the court and quickly sent troops to dig up the mountain, which is now Longyao mountain. After investigation, they unanimously decided to dig up Longyao mountain to destroy the geomancy of Huangmei out of the emperor. When soldiers cut the Longyao mountain in the daytime, the cut-off part automatically closed at night. After so many times, the gods and ghosts were tired, so they shouted in the air, “you have a thousand people digging in the daytime, and I have ten thousand people filling in at night. I’m afraid that the Tongzi tree will be nailed along the four edges.” so the sergeant leader cut the Tongzi tree and cut it into piles. When digging, he nailed the Tongzi tree stump on the edge. At night, the gods and ghosts did not dare to come near the tree stump, so he cut the Longyao mountain, The geomantic omen that destroyed Huangmei’s emergence as the son of heaven still exists today, and the local people have been spreading this story.

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