Flying Star Analysis for March 2014

Hi everyone,

I have just uploaded the March 2014 Flying Star Analysis which can be viewed by clicking the link below.

I hope you all enjoy reading.

Wishing you a great day,

Daniel

March 2014 Xuan Kong Flying Stars Analysis Added February 2014

See how to make the most of your home or business in March 2014 by following our Flying Star Analysis  and checking to see what this month has in store for you and how you can apply simple cures and enhancers to make the most out of your home or business in March 2014 More…

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  1. Hi Daniel
    Few different websites say differently about facing directions and Kua number.Could you be able to tell me my facing directions for my business and for the living. I want open a cafe so badly need those directions;) I’m a female 25(Friday 7am), Nov 1983 (Pig), and my partner is a male 17 Feb 1956 (Monkey). Thank you very much Daniel, your website is certainly the best on the market now. Thank you for what you are doing for us.
    Anna

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