A Geomancer predicts the year of the Water Dragon is “EarthThunder Restart”
In 2012, Chinese New Year falls relatively early, on January 23.
Famed Chinese Canadian geomancer Paul Ng has released his business predictions for the coming year ahead based on analysis of the I-Jing (I-Ching).
According to Mr. Ng, the year 2012 is “EarthThunder Restart”, containing 5 “Yin’s” and 1 “Yang”. The “yang” (positivity) is just beginning making this is a year of major changes, with “yin” (negativity) reaching an end. Hence the “yang” (positivity) is taking over. In life, all things must reach the bottom before they can bounce back up. This is a year of changes, adjustments, new directions and new strategies – sounds like a reboot!
There has been speculation that the world would end in 2012. According to I-Jing, there is no such happening. On the contrary, we will see new directions for the better.
The best elements for this year are “fire, earth and metal”. “Water and wood” are negative. Energy and hi-tech fields will continue to do well, so as real estate, metals, especially gold and silver. Travel and textile sectors will be unstable. There is no root for this year, causing most things to be unstable and unpredictable.
Business involving “fire, earth or metal” will do well.
- Those driven by new energy sources
- Wind-related businesses, such as wind turbines
- Electronics and computer/storage media, especially those with Nano technology
- Communications and Internet
- Hi-tech securities
- Household securities
- Real Estate
- New building materials
- House renovations
- Food business, especially those targeting weddings
Those involving “water” or “wood” have to work much harder.
- Water-oriented businesses
- Imports & Exports
PROJECTION FOR THE WORLD STOCK MARKETS
April: First half negative; second half volatile
May First half negative; second half positive
June First half positive; second half volatile
October: First half positive; second half negative
November: First half positive; second half very negative
January (2013): First half negative; second half positive
You can download the original version from Paul Ng’s website.