Feng Shui expert sees another calamity in 2014

Manila, Philippines -- With 2014 expected to be a hot year, the country should brace for another major weather disturbance almost as strong as super-typhoon “Yolanda,” popular feng shui master Hanz Cua forecast yesterday.

“Napakanainit na panahon ang expected natin sa 2014. Rain will be less, causing havoc to the agriculture industry,’’ said Cua in his annual forecast during an exclusive interview in Mandaluyong City.

With the country still reeling from the effects of “Yolanda” which devastated several provinces and killed more than 6,000 people recently, Cua said there is a possibility that another weather disturbance near the strength of “Yolanda” will hit the country.

“2014 will be Year of the Fire Horse. Based on my readings, the Wood and Fire elements will be dominant next year. And because it will be a hot year, madaling mag-evaporate ang tubig. This might result to strong weather disturbances. May nakikita ako na halos kasing lakas ni super-typhoon ‘Yolanda.’ Expect na rin natin ang heavy rains and more floods,’’ said Cua, feng shui master to some of the country’s celebrities and personalities.

With fire as one of the new year’s prevailing elements, expect also heated arguments, anger and even war.

Cua said a disease of pandemic proportion could break out in the country between April and September.

The Peach Blossom star will also make an appearance in 2014 as sex scandals and love triangles would continue to heat up. “Magiging mainit ang mga tao pag-dating sa pag-ibig. Mapusok at hindi sila maawat when it comes to love,’’ Cua said. More weddings are also expected as 2014 is seen as another good year to get married.

Economic Growth

The good news is that the Philippines will maintain its economic growth in 2014. The economy will rise in April, which he said, is a good month to invest in stocks.

Someone from the Far East will also become popular while tensions in the Middle East and Korea will escalate, Cua predicted.

Lucky businesses for the year 2014 include telecommunication, which belongs to the Metal element; and restaurants, which are under the Fire Element.

The agriculture sector will not be good in 2014 because of the dry season.

Sectors deemed lucky in 2014 are southwest, south, west, and center while northeast, east and southeast are considered unlucky.

Lucky Colors

Lucky colors next year are red, orange, yellow, and green, Cua said.

In 2014, the Yellow Misfortune Star will sit on the northwest, Master Cua forecast. “Yan ang isa sa inaabangan ng mga tao kung saan tatama ang Misfortune Star.” This year, 2013, the Yellow Misfortune Star affects the center sector. “Nagkaroon ng lindol at malakas na bagyo sa central part ng ating bansa.’’ Last year 2012, the Misfortune Star hit the east sector where a tsunami devastated Japan, an Asian country located on the east.

But Master Cua, who is also into face reading, Chinese astrology, and tarot and palm reading, said that problems on Feng Shui can be cured with correct practice and charm.

2014 is the Year of the Fire Horse based on the 12-yea animal cycle which appears on the Chinese zodiac sign. While the tradition originated from China, Filipinos have also embraced the culture of Feng Shui for many years now. The Chinese New Year will be on January 31, 2014.

Animals signs compatible with the Year of the Horse are Ram, Dog, and Tiger. Those animals not compatible with the Year of the Fire Horse are Monkey, Ox, Rat and Horse.With 2014 expected to be a hot year, the country should brace for another major weather disturbance almost as strong as super-typhoon “Yolanda,” popular feng shui master Hanz Cua forecast yesterday.

“Napakanainit na panahon ang expected natin sa 2014. Rain will be less, causing havoc to the agriculture industry,’’ said Cua in his annual forecast during an exclusive interview in Mandaluyong City.

With the country still reeling from the effects of “Yolanda” which devastated several provinces and killed more than 6,000 people recently, Cua said there is a possibility that another weather disturbance near the strength of “Yolanda” will hit the country.

“2014 will be Year of the Fire Horse. Based on my readings, the Wood and Fire elements will be dominant next year. And because it will be a hot year, madaling mag-evaporate ang tubig. This might result to strong weather disturbances. May nakikita ako na halos kasing lakas ni super-typhoon ‘Yolanda.’ Expect na rin natin ang heavy rains and more floods,’’ said Cua, feng shui master to some of the country’s celebrities and personalities.

With fire as one of the new year’s prevailing elements, expect also heated arguments, anger and even war.

Cua said a disease of pandemic proportion could break out in the country between April and September.

The Peach Blossom star will also make an appearance in 2014 as sex scandals and love triangles would continue to heat up. “Magiging mainit ang mga tao pag-dating sa pag-ibig. Mapusok at hindi sila maawat when it comes to love,’’ Cua said. More weddings are also expected as 2014 is seen as another good year to get married.

Economic Growth

The good news is that the Philippines will maintain its economic growth in 2014. The economy will rise in April, which he said, is a good month to invest in stocks.

Someone from the Far East will also become popular while tensions in the Middle East and Korea will escalate, Cua predicted.

Lucky businesses for the year 2014 include telecommunication, which belongs to the Metal element; and restaurants, which are under the Fire Element.

The agriculture sector will not be good in 2014 because of the dry season.

Sectors deemed lucky in 2014 are southwest, south, west, and center while northeast, east and southeast are considered unlucky.

Lucky Colors

Lucky colors next year are red, orange, yellow, and green, Cua said.

In 2014, the Yellow Misfortune Star will sit on the northwest, Master Cua forecast. “Yan ang isa sa inaabangan ng mga tao kung saan tatama ang Misfortune Star.” This year, 2013, the Yellow Misfortune Star affects the center sector. “Nagkaroon ng lindol at malakas na bagyo sa central part ng ating bansa.’’ Last year 2012, the Misfortune Star hit the east sector where a tsunami devastated Japan, an Asian country located on the east.

But Master Cua, who is also into face reading, Chinese astrology, and tarot and palm reading, said that problems on Feng Shui can be cured with correct practice and charm.

2014 is the Year of the Fire Horse based on the 12-yea animal cycle which appears on the Chinese zodiac sign. While the tradition originated from China, Filipinos have also embraced the culture of Feng Shui for many years now. The Chinese New Year will be on January 31, 2014.

Animals signs compatible with the Year of the Horse are Ram, Dog, and Tiger. Those animals not compatible with the Year of the Fire Horse are Monkey, Ox, Rat and Horse.

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