By Rina Jimenez-David
If you’re in a small group lunching with “feng shui” specialist Dr. Andy Tan, you may find out his predictions for the outcome of this year’s senatorial race, his outlook for the Year of the Water Snake (which, in the Chinese calendar, begins on Feb. 10), his work in clearing Malacañang of bad vibes and otherworldly visitors, and how he applies “defensive feng shui” for building owners whose rivals and neighbors have intentionally targeted their property.
By Vaughn Geuseppe Alviar
I have a confession to make: I have IMSCF, or the “I am Spanish-Chinese-Filipino Syndrome.” It is an illusion (or desperate desire) that one is a Spanish- and/or Chinese-Filipino.
By Ambeth R. Ocampo
Four decades have passed since the official declaration of martial law by Ferdinand Marcos. For good feng shui Marcos tried to time significant things on dates that had his lucky number “7” or its multiples. Thus, Proclamation 1081, the declaration of martial law, was signed and dated Sept. 21, 1972, but its actual implementation took place two days later, on Sept. 23.
By Neal H. Cruz
Happy New Year to everybody. I hope you still have all your fingers. * * * This is again that time of the year, when a new year is coming in, when fortune-tellers, psychics, seers, astrologers, prophets, feng shui experts and other charlatans come out of the woodwork to predict the future. Of course nobody [...]