The Book of Burial (Chineset , s , p Zàngshū) was a 4th or 5th-century AD work by the Taoist mystic Guo Pu.

The work was a commentary on the now-lost Classic of Burial (t , s );[1] as it survived and transmitted the classic's teachings, the Book of Burial's principles relating the flow of qi to the appropriateness of a tomb's location were influential on the development of fengshui.

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  1. ^ Feng Shui Today, "Classical Corner: 'Will it be eight pieces of pie, or nine squares of river turtle?' Archived October 24, 2012, at the Wayback Machine". 8 Sept 2012. Accessed 5 Nov 2012.

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