Pair of Blue and White Rhinos - Energy
Color: Silver Plated, Blue and Pearl White
Dimension(in): 2x1x2in each
Weight: 180g all
Sitting rhinos stay focused in guarding while standing
rhinos may roam aimlessly out of focus. Musculine, firm, fierce
and reliable, this stunning pair of guardian rhinos in blue and
white follow two important feng shui principles. Firstly, white
being the element of metal boosts the element of water (blue)
according to productive 5 element theory. Water is the needed
element to dispel the Robbery Star. Secondly, the taoist concept
of "double goodness" is that everything that brings
good fortune and protection is always more effective when evoked
as a pair. A pair of rhinos protect you from outdoor violences
as well as indoor dangers. The strong double horns make them extra
powerful in countering violence energies. The invisible Kan Hexagram
inscribed on them is derived from I-Ching (ancient Book of Changes).
The Kan Hexagram represents BIG WATER and holds the key into combating
the metal element energy of violence from Star #7. These motifs
are recommended by Feng Shui masters as the ultimate symbol of
protection against robbery, violences, theft, internet fraud,
stolen password, accidents, enemies, office politics, biz competitors
and backstabbing. You may place them facing your maindoor (inside
looking out) or in the direction of robbery stars. It is also
an authentic remedy against the Annual Violent Star #7. For eg.
in 2018, display them in the East.
Note: This item is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
The rhinoceros is symbolically a tough and
protective animal that could counter any other fierce animals
in his own way. It is therefore being regarded as an awesome animal
to counter all forms of threats or violences. The rhinoceros was
indigenous in southwest China until approximately the fourteenth
century but then disappeared, probably because their useful hide,
which was fashioned into armor, along with their valued horns,
led to over-hunting. The Shanghai Museum has a beautiful lobed
Tang Dynasty bronze mirror featuring two rhinoceroses. The rhinoceros
was used as a rank badge image to denote a military oficer of
the eighth rank in the Imperial China during both the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Why is Violent Star #7 dangerous?
One of the most hazardous stars in Xuan Kong
Flying Stars is the Broken Army Violent Star #7. This star which
used to be auspicious before 2004 (Period 7) has transitioned
to become a notorious one. It is also called "Po Jun" star in
chinese. It will create fights and make people get furious for
no practical reason. Disputes will be created in aspects of relationship,
career or finance. Your investments and bank savings will be subjected
to heavy losses. If unattended it will also make you lose your
precious belongings or documents. Vile characters will triumph
in their disputes over you. In aggressive cases, it causes bloodshed
caused by metal objects such as guns, knives and swords. All in
all, it brings disturbances, turbulence, violence, financial losses,
fire, injuries by sharp objects, fightings in the family, armed
burglary and theft. Nowadays, thieves have also become IT savvy
where they are stealing your passwords and your money via the
internet. If this star is not properly dispelled, you are also
more vulnerable to falling prey to such crimes. Its effects becomes
worst when combined with bad stars such as #2, #3, #5 or magnifying
Display the pair of rhinos in the following
1. For the safety of your family and children, display the pair
of rhinoceros facing out towards the maindoor (from inside) to
ward off robberies and accidents.
2. To dispel political problems in the office, backstabbing, arguments
and petty peers, display them on your office desk. They will stop
all the bickering.
3. To keep competitors at bay for businessmen, display them facing
outwards at the main entrance of your workplace or shop. The powerful
duo will help you counter attack all the threats.
4. To remedy against Violent Star #7, either
from the natal chart, annual chart or monthly chart of flying
stars, display them in their directions.