Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2013 – 2 Star

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Kun 2 Black   the Kun 2 Black (Ju Men) visits the southwest in 2013

The southwest in 2013 is not a great area at all but with the placement of the cures and enhancers we can dissipate the energy from the #2 star. The combination of the #2 star in the southwest is bad earth residing in the southwest Kun area making it twice as bad and can cause many problems especially for the matriarch eldest female of the home or business.

If your bedroom, office, lounge, main door or other important room is located in the southwest and you are unable to move out please read this section very carefully.

Try and keep the southwest of your home or office as quiet as possible and avoid building work or renovations in 2013.

If the southwest of your home or office is a bathroom, utility room, guest bedroom or other less important room do not panic this is great news for you, and for my home this is my en-suite bedroom which is good but on the ground floor this is part of my living room which is used often so I will be placing all cures in 2013 and I know once I have placed my cures and enhancers it should not cause us any problems.

As I said we have the #2 star visiting the southwest Kun palace and when we see 2 & 2 together the potential of bad luck is strong and this can cause problems related to chronic illnesses and problems with the skin.

This star affects the health of those under its influence bringing with it wealth problems, sickness, disease, bad luck, stress, stomach and digestive problems, bloated feeling, gossip, back stabbing, family harmony and distress. This is especially so for people who are a Gua #1, 3 or 4. Check on this page if you do not know your Gua number eightmansions.htm or if you have our software you can calculate your Gua and best directions.

The 2 Black in Period 8 is an untimely star and hence its influence will be of an undesirable nature. You must place a salt water cure and six Chinese coins tied with red ribbon, metal singing bowl and also place more round metal decorative objects (provided they are not menacing looking, round shape metal is good) to dissipate its negative influence in the southwest corner of your home or room. Avoid triangular or sharp shapes in this area.

The most important cures to place in 2013 in the southwest are the salt water cure, metal wu lou and six Chinese coins tied with red ribbon and why they come standard in all our 2013 cures and enhancers kit.

A very powerful and commanding and much needed cure in 2013 is a cure to bridge the gap as the elements are in conflict between earth and water. The traditional cure is placing a Wu Lou Xiu Hu protection amulet in the shape of a wu lou but it must be made of real metal. This is an important cure especially for those with an important room in the southwest.

Make sure there are no red items, bright lights or burning candles in this area. Do not worry if you have these colours already just introduce colours like white, silver, gold or copper in the way of a floor mat, cushions, throws, tablecloth or such like. If you have a main door that falls in southwest in 2013 you would be advised to hang a Ba Gua mirror outside to deflect the negative energy.

Ladies expecting should try and avoid using a bedroom if it is located in the southwest. If there is no choice, try to use a good (northeast, north or south) sector of the room and install the needed cures. You should also sleep with the crown of your head in your personal Tien Yi direction. Those who spend a lot of time in the southwest should be careful of what they eat in 2013 and a good time to get a check up on your bloods as this combination can also cause problems relating to the blood.

If you cannot avoid using this room or this corner of the room, place a brass Dragon beside your bed. The brass Dragon gives elemental support to the southwest in 2013 and also symbolises good health and dissipates the negative energy of the #2 star. Because the southwest is associated with the eldest female, the home or business can be affected so make sure if you sleep, works or spends a lot of time in the southwest all cures are placed. Be very careful in February, April, June, September and November 2013 as the southwest is at its worst then.

More importantly, do not decorate the southwest room with red fire colours or triangle shapes items and most important avoid burning candles or leaving bright fiery coloured lights on for too long during the year.

Good news for those who are Gua 9 or 2 as this combination whilst on the whole is very bad it can be good for them in wealth and career, you will still need to place the recommended cures as detailed here but the effects of the #2 black will not be bad for you and can even give you positive results.

Summary for year 2013:

Do not activate this area with loud noises, keep it quiet and avoid building work or refurbishment although it is not too bad. Do not use the fire element or colours red, pink or purple. Keep doors closed. Place a Brass Dragon, salt water cure, gold Toad, wealth ingot and six coins here along with metal ornaments. Use colours white, silver, gold or copper.


  • Hang six Chinese coins tied in red ribbon.
  • Place a salt water cure.
  • Place a Xiu Hu protection amulet in the shape of a wu lou
  • You can use any metal ornament as long as it is not sharp or aggressive looking, and believe it or not a good cure is a round metal dog bowl or weight lifters weights.
  • A brass wealth ingot is good for protecting wealth.
  • A metal singing bowl is very good as is a stainless steel Dog bowl.
  • Avoid using red fire colours in this room and refrain from displaying triangle shape or fiery pictures.
  • Avoid candles or bright lights at all costs. Check or upgrade smoke alarms and other fire prevention methods.
  • Place a Ba Gua mirror in the southwest outside only and use a wealth protection Ba Gua mirror.
  • Not as powerful but round metal shapes are an alternative to using Feng Shui items but avoid sharp or menacing looking metal objects.
Please click on the the relevant area to find out more about the Flying star for 2012.

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2 thoughts on “Flying star Xuan Kong annual analysis 2013 – 2 Star

    1. Hi Sheron,

      In 2013, you should place your Six Metal Rod Wind chime in the southwest sector; I have copied the product instructions below to help.

      As of 4th February 2013, this cure should be placed in the southwest of your home or office for 2013. Even though this is primarily used for the 5 star which is located in the centre in 2013, making it very hard to practically place the windchime, we have allocated the wind chime to help dissipate the #2 Black Star this year as it is sitting in the southwest in 2013 and this combined energy can bring a lot of misfortune to a home or business. You should also place a Salt Water Cure and Six Chinese I-Ching Coins in a row in the southwest throughout 2013.

      Kind regards,

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