Tok Mat Um....NO! Paulie

Better believe it by now that even God Allah hates BN so much, in a very mysterious but somehow in a very direct and comedic means too. With the untimely death of Tok Mat (yet to elaborate more on his new book), the prophetic death of Augustine Paul and last but not least the dissappearance of the word U,M from UMNO hq building in KL it’s all the signs of BN’s apocalypse beginning in the year 2010. The end of BN is near? Well look back to a feng shui readings by Lilian Too in 2007 on Putrajaya and how Pak Lah fared not long after that.

Praise the Lord, Alleluia! God Bless Us Malaysia All! (more…)

A very fine yet pungent-smelling day for you all Dayaks. Ah, that delicate taste of fresh durian really utilise all your senses but be caution though not to drink any liquor unless you fancy having a chokin’ blue lung. Speaking of warning, and by all means I’m not advocating black magic or feng shui as red magic even though I know many of you all Dayaks enjoy flirting with devil spirits and supernatural method in transporting your minions by wrapping them inside a cloth and flew them airborne from Pontianak to Biawak FOC excluding that RM20 express boarding. Right, the following article was written long enough for thoughts (or perhaps already writings on the wall?) before the March 2008 general election. Happy reading, Dayaks!

Feng Shui World issue Jan-Feb 2007 (Page 64)

Feng Shui Excursions To Putrajaya by Lilian Too

In October 2006 I thought my 22nd Master Practioners Course (MPC) at the lecture room of our new office premises in Northport, a recently finished building that sits at the tip of the Mid Valley shopping mall. (fast forward to next paragraph) I took them to Putrajaya after a week of learning feng shui in my clasroom. I wanted to showcase the feng shui of Malaysia’s new capital. It was a very impressive sight, driving by the modern buildings of this mega city. But as the bus made its way slowly along the boulevards of Putrajaya, something odd struck them. “It’s so quiet” someone observed. “Yes there’s no one on the roads. Is it a holiday?” I too felt that the energy of Putrajaya was rather yin. It seems he city was built to accomodate cars more than people. It does not seem to be pedestrian friendly. There’s hardly any soul in sight! The jolly mood of the group soon grows quiet as the bus moves along the straight road from the Convention Centre to Dataran Perdana where the Prime Minister’s office is located. We stop and get down, bringing our compasses with us. “Let’s take our orientations” I tell them. (more…)