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Monday, 22 November 2010

Feng shui master: Polls likely before May


KUALA LUMPUR: Forget about reading tea leaves or peering into crystal balls. Feng shui master Prof David Koh predicts that the general election will take place before May.

The principal consultant at the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences said the economic forecast next year indicated that the general election was around the corner.

Future outlook: Koh showing the 2011 Year of the Rabbit Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences Outlook book and the Kansai Environology (Feng Shui) colour book guide at the talk in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
“We forecast that there will be a spike in the country’s economic performance between March and April.

“And this will usually take place before an election,” he told reporters at the 2011 Outlook Talk – Year Of The Rabbit at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday.

He has a message for the men, too.

“Strong, young women will come to the fore in politics, finance or economy, in the February to March period,” he said.

“Scholars will also gain prominence between April and May. They will either bring fame to Malaysia or contribute to its development,” said Koh.

Asked for their identity, he jokingly said: “I did not ask for their names.”

He also said according to the I-Ching calculations, it was predicted that political leaders were likely to encounter internal problems in their parties.

“Some (problems) are not noticeable now but they are boiling over.

“There will be a lot of pretentious members who will trick their leaders into believing they are good but have their own private agenda,” he said, adding that the internal problems could reach a critical point in August and September.

Contrary to public belief, he said Malaysia would not experience a collapse in the property market next year.

Koh took centrestage when he presented the country’s outlook including the possibility of Dooms­day 2012.

Such a doomsday, he said, would not happen.

On natural disasters, he said heavy rains in the period of February to March might lead to floods in the northern region.