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The Feng Shui World Map

The Feng Shui World Map

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Understanding cultural differences from the Feng Shui point of view.
Understanding cultural differences from the Feng Shui point of view.

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Published by: Danny on Apr 09, 2010
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12/23/2012

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The Feng Shui World Map
by D.H Van den Berghe An interesting arrangement can be made putting the 5 elements and the 12 branches on the world mapThere is 180 degrees of latitude going from the South Pole to the North Pole.We can divide this into 5 areas of 36 degrees latitude each, and link them with the 5 elements as follows:As we can see, all the ice of Antarctica and the oceans that surround it are under the element of Water, which is relatedto ice and winter.In the Wood part we find South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand: areas which are known for theirpristine nature.The equator zone is obviously well placed under the element of Fire.Under Earth we find a large chunk of the habitable land surface of our planet, and about two thirds of the worldpopulation.The high North of the planet is under the influence of Metal.The 12 branches can be assigned according to the longitude.The middle of the Rat hour (midnight) marks the shift from one day into the next.Similarly, the 180
° East longitude line (international date line) has to be in the middle of the Rat zone, because this isthe meridian where the date is changed.So, the first country to greet each new day (and also each new year) is always New Zealand, followed by Japan andAustralia, and so on...This means we can easily assign each of the 12 branches to sectors of 30° longitude each.The result is shown in this world map:Metal 54° North - 90° NorthEarth 18° North - 54° NorthFire 18° South - 18° NorthWood 54° South - 18° SouthWater 90° South - 5South

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