Monday, July 6, 2009


Michael’s Memorial Fit For A King

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The placement of Michael Jackson’s coffin at his memorial tomorrow (Jul. 7) should be fit for a king.

David Cho practices feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of arranging objects to bring harmony, and says MJ’s coffin should be placed like that of an emperor’s in order to give him peace.

Since Jackson was born in 1958, Cho says he automatically has “regal qualities” and a persona much like an ancient emperor.

In China, emperors were buried with a large mountain behind them and mountains on the left and right, so as to be protected from all sides.

Cho says this is exactly how Jacko’s coffin should be positioned at the Staples Center tomorrow, with a high backdrop behind him.

Fans should pay respects only from the front, positioned lower than Michael’s makeshift throne.

The King of Pop’s head should point northwest in the coffin and his feet southeast, as this auspicious feng shui position will ensure the wealth and health of his children.

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