Personalized Feng Shui Report ~ 2006You will be given a detailed Feng Shui consultation report about you (or whoever you wish to have one) from venerable Feng Shui Master Loong (Zhou Wei) who comes from the Yunnan province in China. This is a personalized analysis that will be translated from mandarin and sent to you by email in PDF format. The report includes: Kua Number Analysis, Zodiac Animal Analysis, Compatibility Report, Decade Ba Zi reading, Zodiac Legend Story of your Animal, and Monthly/Yearly Forecast.
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