Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2013 – 7 Star

Tui 7 Red   The Lofty breeze of Tui (Po Jun) flies home to the west in 2013.

The mischievous Po Jun #7 argumentative red star is a negative influence in Period 8. The trigram Tui is also known as the ’Broken Soldier’. This is a fighting star which can cause problems if left alone especially as it has flown into the west which is a metal area and whilst this puts metal and metal in neutral it can still cause conflict and denotes assault, deceit, violence and robbery. This area is not good for people suffering with lung problems like COPD or asthma although cures can be placed to dissipate the negative influence so do not worry.

The #7 Red indicates a high risk of burglary, deception, copyright theft, gossip and back stabbing especially in the months of August and April.

If you have a door that is used often in the west or a window you should be looking to update security, smoke alarms and checking electrics.

An imperative cure in 2013 and because the annual afflictions are so bad in the west, you should place a San Zhong three bell chime which is a combination of different types of good quality metal. This cure is one of the most protective cures you can use in Feng Shui and also a powerful enhancer but also for protection against legal problems, arguments, disputes and loss of wealth.

You should also hang a Ba Gua mirror with a Chinese i-ching coin on the back for added protection in 2013 in the west especially if you have a main door here.

Please take extra security measures especially if you have a front, back or side door in the west sector. Make sure doors and windows are fastened securely before leaving the house. Do not display valuable items on windowsills, which may attract the interests of passers-by. Even though we do not have doors in the west or east we have still upgraded our alarm system this year as precaution as well as placing Feng Shui cures is very important and why take risks.

Summary: Keep the west quiet and doors and windows kept closed. Good colours are blue or black and a quick and easy way to introduce them is with a doormat, floor cover, rug, bed cover etc. Avoid earth and fire colours and quartz crystals.

Summary for year:

If you have an office or door in the west be careful of people trying to deceive you, robbery, arguments and loss of wealth, always look at the very small print and be careful as this star normally causes problems with people you know and thought you could trust.


  • You should also use more blue, grey, black or charcoal colours in your decoration. You can introduce the colour with cushions, rugs, bed covers or doormats.
  • Do not use anything of fire element or colours red to control it as this may aggravate it.
  • Avoid candles in the west at all costs.
  • Install or service/upgrade smoke alarms and security systems.
    • Do not hang metal wind chimes here.
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2 thoughts on “Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2013 – 7 Star

  1. Hi! I Love your website… it\’s fantastic!
    I follow all your advice as well as I can… thank you! I love it!
    I just moved into a Li house (sitting South, facing North) in Guatemala.
    My Gua Number is 8.
    I read the above on Tui 7 Red, and at the end it says to avoid candles in the west at all costs.
    My Altar sits on my West wall, facing East. it is in the outside corridor, wth a small roof over it.
    I have to light candles there everyday!
    What do I do????!
    Thanks so much in advance!

    1. Hi Gg,

      I would introduce some blue cloth in to the west and use a small bowl about the size of a hand and fill it with still water and place it in the east to dissipate the energy of the 7 star.

      Kind regards,

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