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Together with Qimendunjia and Taiyi, Daliuren is revered as one of the three consummate Chinese FengShui methods employed by the emperors which hence top the hierarchical order composed of hundreds of FengShui methods in ancient China. Among them, Taiyi, focusing on the factor of sky, delineates and predicts the fortune of the nation, while Qimendunjia, emphasizing the factor of earth, is the specialist method used for wars. On the other hand, Daliuren, centring on the human being, oversees the vicissitudes of all things in human society. Enjoying a high reputation of “the magical FengShui” and “the know-all”, Daliuren sees no rivalry among the ordinary folk FengShui methods with its incomparable integrity, complexity and accuracy. It applies to the FengShui of marriages, careers, diseases, exams, lawsuits, as well as of business decision making and personnel selecting.

According to the related historical books, Daliuren came into being no later than the late Spring and Autumn period (770-476 B.C.) of China, earlier than the other two FengShui methods. Its earliest record is found in the BOOK OF YUEJUE written in the Spring and Autumn period. The Book illustrates a story of the period: Shaobo Fan, a minister of State of Yue, and Zixu Wu, a minister of State of Wu, were both good at Daliuren. Fan once divined through Daliuren for King of Yue at his illness and predicted that he would recover without risk. He had also divined for King of Wu’s concubine on her gestation. All his words came true. Zixu Wu divined through Daliuren that State of Wu was facing a destiny of decease. It turned out to be true.

Among the masters of Daliuren, there are not only the famous statesmen and strategists, but also the well-known scholars and nature scientists. Some of them even wrote down their research of Daliuren into their works. For example, Yixing Ceng, an astronomer of reputation in Tang dynasty(A.D. 618-907), and his two works, Liuren Pithy Adages and Liuren Classic; Kuo Shen, a scientist of Song Dynasty(A.D.960-1279), and his Mengxi Anthology; Kentang Wang of Ming Dynasty(A.D.1368-1644) and his Yugangzhai Anthology; Zhiyi Mao and his Wubei Annals. Moreover, Daliuren is also mentioned by the poems of Tang Dynasty and unofficial historical record, and included in many other Chinese ancient works and classics.

Daliuren focuses on the vicissitudes of all things of the human society. Therefore, human is the key factor of Daliuren to attain its magical function of “knowing all”. However, few people from of old can grasp the real essence of Daliuren since its carrier, the ancient language, too abstruse and recondite to understand. Some curious people remain clueless to its points even after they have read many enough ancient works.

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