Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Where Should Oscar Winners Place Their Awards?

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A Los Angeles-based feng shui expert knows exactly where newly-honored Oscar winners should place their prestigious awards.

David Cho – who practices the ancient Chinese art of feng shui – says Best Actress winner Marion Cotillard should place her Oscar in the southwest corner of her home, since that’s her lucky direction.

To attract more Oscar-caliber roles, Cotillard should place a big metal urn filled with water by the north wall of her living space and put petals from one yellow rose in it.

Cho says water is essential to all of the Oscar winners because, when placed correctly, it attracts value, wealth, and charisma.

Supporting Actress winner Tilda Swinton’s Oscar should be placed in the southeast corner. To attract charisma and sex appeal, she should place a huge source of active, gurgling water in the north wall, and fill it with petals from at least three white roses.

Best Actor Daniel Day-Lewis – who has two Oscars under his belt – should place his awards in his lucky northwest direction.

Since Day-Lewis is “a real sexy guy,” Cho says he doesn’t need much water for charisma, but could conjure wealth vibes by placing a primary source of water to the north.

Finally, to keep succeeding in films, Supporting Actor Javier Bardem should place his Oscar to the north and put a primary source of water for luck next to it.

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