Fung Shui - numbers question

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  1. Kenny94945

    Kenny94945 Karting

    Nov 1, 2003
    Marin Calif
    Any Fung Shui advice on numbers?

    I can pick the follow numbers for a new address:

    636, 637, 639, 641..Fourth Street

    Any comments about which would give me great luck and harmony under the Fung Shui philosophy?
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  3. infraredline

    infraredline Formula 3

    Mar 15, 2004
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    You're supposed to put odds on one side of the street and evens on the other. Assuming you're on the odd side of the street, I'd go with 639.
  4. Doody

    Doody F1 Veteran

    Nov 16, 2001
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    Mr. Doody
    Penn & Teller did an amusing segment on Fung Shui (or however it's spelled) on their Showtime show Bull****!

  5. SRT Mike

    SRT Mike Two Time F1 World Champ

    Oct 31, 2003
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    If it's a prime piece of real estate, you better go with 641

  6. wax

    wax Four Time F1 World Champ
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    Jul 20, 2003
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    Numbers play a role second only to food in Chinese custom and culture. It is believed that numbers can determine a person?s fate- for example in the naming of a child.
    Certain numbers are considered lucky, and others unlucky. The luckiest number in Chinese culture is eight, as the Chinese for eight sounds like the word for ?lucky?. Four, conversely is a very unlucky number as in Chinese it sounds like the word for death. Thus Chinese adhering to the customs try to avoid the number four in, for example, car number plates, house addresses etc. Seven can also signify death, and '1' loneliness.

    Another copy/paste:

    In China, six, eight and nine are considered lucky numbers, since their homophones have auspicious meanings. Six, pronounced 'Liu' in Chinese, implies that everything about you will go smoothly. Eight was originally deemed auspicious by the Cantonese, since in Cantonese, eight reads as 'Fa', which means to make a great fortune in the near future. Later, the auspiciousness of eight was taken up by all Chinese. The letter nine, pronounced as 'Jiu', implies everlasting, especially in friendship and marriage. Thus, numbers ending with these three digits are firm favourites, for example, when it comes to choosing phone numbers, car license tags and room numbers. Four and seven are unlucky numbers people will avoid since the former implies death and the latter means gone.

    More numbers

    637 and 641 are out, then.
    636 and 639 are left.

    What about that darn 3?
    Read this:

    It's settled, then.

    I win again!
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