Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The Feng Shui of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Mount Kinabalu
Sabah Government Building

I went to Kota Kinabalu and I have managed to confirm my previous prediction again i.e. period 8 (year 2004 – 2023) is a better period for Sabah.
Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah state. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea. Whereas, the Mount Kinabalu which is the tallest mountain in the island of Borneo which is also the tallest mountain 太祖山 in the Southeast Asia is located at the North East of the Kota Kinabalu. In period 8 (year 2004 – 2023), the star 8 is located at the North East in the later heaven bagua and hence this is the place where the mountain should locate 坐山. The Mount Kinabalu is located at the North East of the Kota Kinabalu, therefore period 8 is better time for Kota Kinabalu particularly and Sabah generally.
On top of that, at the West of the Kota Kinabalu is the South China Sea. In period 7 (year 1984 - 2003), the star 7 is located at the West in the later heaven bagua and this is the place where the mountain should locate 坐山 but vice verse there is the South China Sea instead. Hence, there have not been too many developments in Sabah in period 7; but instead the political situation in Sabah was always in turbulence.
I said previously in my blog why all the previous Penang Chief Ministers did not have good ending to their political careers as CM. The answer is the 'Komtar'.
We seldom find many offices of the head of the state are located high in sky. The office of the Chief Minister of Penang is located at the 28th floor of Komtar. As a matter of fact, human being should have a very close relationship with our mother Earth. We should touch the ground daily. We are born on the Earth since thousands years ago and nobody can go against this. Therefore, we should love and respect our mother nature, instead of going against Her. We have to know who the BOSS is. Today, the whole world knows that it is vital for us to love the Earth and we will have to pay extremely high price if you damage the Earth. It is particularly important if you are the Chief Minister of a state who rules the piece of land. His office of course has to close to the ground and not high up in the sky.
Thus, why did every previous Chief Minister in Penang lose their power in the election, and had never been able to easily or comfortably retire from their position? The Penang Chief Minister should seriously think about this question if he wishes to have good ending in his political career. The same theory is applied to the Sabah Chief Minister as I was told that his office is located at the tallest floor in the Sabah Government Building and it is part of the reasons why the political situation in Sabah was always in the turbulence stage in period 7 and many ex-Chief Ministers of Sabah have not be able to stay in power for too long.

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