Feng Shui master Marites Allen told in an interview sa Tonight With Boy Abunda, that showbiz couple Luis Manzano and Angel Locsin will reconcile at magiging magdyowa uli.
“I wish they could patch things up. I believe that great relationships are hard to come by. I have a strong feeling that they’ll get back together, whatever it is. If I may add, sila kasing dalawa ay allies and friends.
“Si Luis is a Rooster, si Angel is an Ox, and Ate Vi (Vilma Santos) is a Snake. The Ox, Rooster and Snake (signs) are allies and friends. So if they get married and have a baby in the year of the Monkey: secret friend pa nila ang baby,” sey pa ng feng shui expert.
Para naman sa former couple na sina Zanjoe Marudo and Bea Alonzo, “Nasa cycle sila ng life nila ngayon na changes are bound to happen. Medyo mahirap (magkabalikan).
Feng shui, this is only what your destiny says. But if the mankind luck persists, na gusto nilang mag work ang relationship, then the factor of personal luck is very important.”
Tungkol naman sa break-up issue nina John Lloyd Cruz at Angelica Panganiban, “If there are relationship issues, magkakatuluyang magkakahiwalay.”
Ito naman ang hula niya para sa young couple na sina Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, “They are actually both born in the water elements’ symbols. Perhaps mutual attraction could be present, because they walk with the same wavelength and everything.
So yes, it’s very possible (na magkaroon sila ng magandang relasyon).” For Kapamilya loveteam James Reid and Nadine Lustre, “They were both born in the year of the Rooster. They are both blessed with the Romance luck this year.
So it appears that each of them, if they want to have a relationship, not necessarily the two of them, it’s going to be lucky for them. And since they are both Roosters, they can have a relationship with anyone they want to.”
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