Central Bank Project

I recently completed a Feng Shui project based around the Central Bank of Ireland, a qualitative research methodology was applied in this Project. An exploration of Feng Shui and the impact it has on the Central Bank of Ireland, the Bank’s location and other attributes (construction date, direction etc), the human impact on the banks history, present and future. In this case we are looking at the relationship between each Governor and the Bank. Central bank governors play a pivotal role in decisions about economic policy and the country’s financial stability, or lack thereof.

Xuan Kong Flying Star is the method used to create the charts, although more technically challenging than any other method of Feng Shui; it was the correct method to use.

For accuracy 3 different Luo Pan Compasses were used and calibrated using a digital compass, measurements were taken at each of the banks location’s past and present.

 

  1. Exchange Building , Foster Place, Dublin 2 D02 E796
  2. Central Bank Building Dame St Dame St, Dublin 2, D02 ET25
  3. Central Bank Building North Wall Quay, Dublin. D01 F7X3`

Below are the details used to create the natal charts for each bank location.

Exchange Building , Foster Place, Dublin 2 D02 E796
Facing Direction : 167 Degrees

Period : 4
Facing Trigram : Bing
Facing 24 Mountain : Li

Facing Element : Fire
Facing Sector : 9
Floats Path : (F)Ascending/(S)Descending
Facing Compass : S1 –
B

Central Bank Building Dame St Dame St, Dublin 2, D02 ET25
Facing Direction : 172 Degrees
Period : 6
Facing Trigram : Wei 
Facing 24 Mountain : Kun
Facing Element : Fire
Facing Sector : 2
Floats Path : (F)Descending /(S)Ascending

Facing Compass : S1 – L

Central Bank Building North Wall Quay, Dublin. D01 F7X3
Facing Direction : 177 Degrees
Period :8
Facing Trigram : Xun
Facing 24 Mountain : Xun
Facing Element : Wood
Facing Sector : 4
Floats Path: (F)Ascending/(S)Descending

Facing Compass : S2 – M

In conjunction with each of the Governors of the Central Bank of Ireland, natal charts were created.

Check it out at https://bankireland.ie >>>

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