How about the Feng Shui of Qin Shihuang Mausoleum
The ancients regarded the choice of the cemetery as a major event that would benefit future generations, especially the feudal emperor who tried to pass it on to all generations, like Qin Shihuang, naturally paid more attention to the location of the cemetery. The reason why he wanted to be buried in Lishan was explained by Li Daoyuan in the Northern Wei Dynasty: “Qin Shihuang had a great burial and built a tomb on the mountain of Lirong. There was a blue field with a lot of gold in the shade, and more beautiful jade in the sun, and the first emperor was greedy for him. Good name, so I was buried.” Li Daoyuan’s views have been affirmed by most scholars in the academic world.
But is it just because of beautiful jade? In fact, it is not necessarily true.
Insufficient historical data, legends to make up. One argument is that by occupying the tomb of the emperor Zhou. The reason is that the “Zhou Tomb” on the Xianyang Plain is probably in the same cave as the tomb of the King of the Western Zhou Dynasty and the tomb of Qin Emperor of the Warring States Period.
The “Zhou Mausoleum” in the north of Xianyang City has long been believed to be the collective name of the tombs of the King Wen and King Wu of the Western Zhou Dynasty, but archaeological experts believe that the so-called “Zhou Mausoleum” should actually be the tomb of the King Mourning Wu of Qin or King Huiwen of Qin. As the tomb of the King of Zhou is not treeless, and there are few records in the literature, the original site of the tomb of the King of Qin is probably the tomb of the King of Zhou, which caused the unique phenomenon of the same cave.
After Qin Shihuang annihilated the Six Kingdoms, facing south and north, he was lonely and widowed. He was always afraid that the great country he had worked so hard would be robbed by others. This inexplicable sense of crisis and fear haunted Qin Shihuang all the time.
Qin Shihuang asked the warlock about the place where the dragon veins and king aura were in the world, and the warlock’s answer was Yunyang.
Yunyang, originally called Danyang, was a territory of Chu State in the Spring and Autumn Period and Warring States Period. In 222 BC, Emperor Qin Shihuang calmed down the Jiangnan area of Chu State and set up Kuaiji County to govern today’s southeastern Jiangsu and eastern Zhejiang. Danyang was changed to Yunyang County.
In 220 BC, Emperor Qin Shihuang built a gallop, centering on the capital Xianyang, extending in two directions to the southeast: one to the east directly leads to the Yanqi area; the other to the south to the Wuchu area. Danyang was renamed Qu’a County by Emperor Qin Shihuang at that time. It was located in the Wuchu area and Chidao was passing by here. It is said that the reason why Qin Shihuang asked Chi Dao to pass through here was that he obeyed the warlock’s words and used Chi Dao to destroy Danyang’s dragon veins and Wang Qi.
Because there are many types of dragon veins, and the actual terrain is also ever-changing, it is necessary to have enough theory and practical experience to look at dragon veins. Some Fengshui masters may not be able to find the “dragon veins” you think can be used for the emperor. They can usually find them. The land of great wealth is very good, and great wealth is hard to come by.
The dragon is the geographical context, the earth is the flesh of the dragon, the stone is the bone of the dragon, and the vegetation is the hair of the dragon. If the emperors want to find the place of their dragon veins, they should first find their ancestor’s parent mountain range, examine the energy veins, don’t be angry, and divide the yin and yang.
As the first emperor of China, Qin Shihuang was very particular about his cemetery, but why did he only pass on the second emperor? Today, I will explain this to you with metaphysics.
From a metaphysical point of view, there is a common saying that “the yang house governs wealth and the yin house governs people.”
The Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor is located in Lishan, Shaanxi Province. This location is where we talk about yin house feng shui. It can be buried underground in the mountains. It is a better place. It means that our ancestors will have backers for generations.
This Wei River happened to appear on the north side of Qin Shihuang’s cemetery. We all know that if a tomb sits north to south, and then under his grave, then to bury his descendants, this is called BBK. Get up, the meaning of peace.
The water in the Mausoleum of the First Emperor Qin has appeared in the north, this is not called step by step high, this is called step by step low, it will be easy to cut off children and grandchildren. Because water has always been called “kan” in ancient times, and in our gossip, it is also called kanbit. He pushes his children and grandchildren into the water, so it is easy for his children and grandchildren to live in deep water, so This kind of burial method in the cemetery can be said to be a very big failure from the perspective of feng shui.