Nine Rank Mandarin Plaque - Energy
Material: Pure Brass
Color: Brass, Multicolored and Dark Walnut
Converging nine diiferent auspicious birds
found in the rankings of civil officials (mandarin) of the Imperial
Court in Ching Dynasty, this potent all-in-one superior plaque
brings all kinds of good luck combined together that each of the
bird is uniquely attributed to.
1. Crane (first rank) - Symbolizing status and longevity, a crane
lives for centuries. Because a crane was considered the top-ranking
bird, it was used as Imperial China's highest demarcation of court
status, and its appearance on the rank badge of an official's
robe signaled that the wearer was a civil servant of the first
or highest rank.
2. Golden Pheasant (second rank) - Representing beauty, good fortune
and literary refinement, the golden pheasant admired for its distinctive
tail and yellow and red coloring, was used as the symbol of 2nd
rank civil servants. During the Song Dynasty, the robe the empress
wore on grand state occasions was decorated with pheasants and
therefore it is associated with high ranking female members of
the imperial family including the Empress.
3. Peacock (third rank) - Admired for its elegance, beauty and
dignity, it indicates "more magnificence is yet to come"
or "a significant fortune is awaiting you". The peacock
was used as the official badge insignia of 3rd rank officials.
4. Wild Goose (fourth rank) - A wild goose once figured as the
hero of a Chinese legend by carrying a message from the imprisioned
court official Su Wu back to the emperor. It also represents peace,
prosperity and marital fidelity. Its image is used as the official
badge insignia of the 4th rank officials.
5. Silver Pheasant (fifth rank) - Representing imperial power
and status, this is the symbol for 5th rank officials.
6. Egret (sixth rank) - It represents the ruling elite. It can
also connote "repeated success along the way of one's career".
Its image is the symbol for 6th rank officials.
7. Mandarin Duck (seventh rank) - It connotes peace, prosperity,
marital constancy and fidelity because of the belief that they
mate for life and will die if separated. Its appearance on the
rank badge signals 7th rank.
8. Quil (8th rank) - The small, plump little quail is admired
for its fighting spirit and courage and thus earned its way onto
the badges of the 8th rank official. It connotes peace and prosperity.
9. Paradise Flycatcher (nineth rank) - Connoting longevity, it
means that "many generations will remain perpetually young
into old age" or "enduring generations". Because
it is highly regarded, it appears on rank badge for officials
who are on the 9th rank.
These nine auspicious mandarin ranking birds converge to bring
together maximum "yang chi" and fantastic luck associated
to fame, prosperity, power and elevation of rank. Gossipy energies
will be dissipated and troublemakers will be vanquished, where
you will enjoy high popularity status. When you have luck of popularity
and fame, you will become more attractive than usual and your
social life increases. You will gain the unfair advantage of being
well liked by all, which leads you to an easy life where everything
comes to you effortlessly. Display this plaque of success at your
work desk, in your personal "sheng chi" direction, in
the south of the living room or in the Purple Advancement Star
#9 direction. For eg. in 2018, display it in the center.
Note: This item is energy
infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Hidden 8 Immortals
The "Hidden 8 Immortals" catalyses
divine powers to help bless one with positive energy, bring good
health, good fortune, wealth, fame luck, longevity and good descendants.
Inspired by Buckingham Palace in London, we noticed that almost
all chinese antique vases and potteries possess by Queen Elizabeth
have these powerful objects adorned. These magical objects represent
the significance and presence of the 8-Immortals which can immediately
transform the chi of a space to become an auspicious one. They
bring blessings to the entire family, create a dynastic family
and generate longevity and good health to both the patriach and
matriach of a home. The 8 Immortals Objects blesses one with good
health, good fortune, wealth, fame luck, longevity and good descendants
luck. They possess protective properties and will protect your
family against ill health and bad luck
What birds symbolize in general
Birds are an all time popular feng shui
enhancer to activate fame, popularity and recognition in all aspects
of your life. Fame luck is an important aspiration of life as
it is indirectly related to high income luck in your career. Businessmen,
employees and Hollywood artistes are the ones most likely to crave
a lot for fame luck. When their fame luck grows, it ensures that
their fortune continues to grow exponentially. When there is fame
luck, their status and popularity becomes unchallengeable especially
in a highly competitive environment.
1. For career empowerment, display the plaque at your desk to
ensure your work is always recognized by your bosses and your
goals are always met. It will also help you create a significant
differentiator between you and your peers in the hearts of management.
It ensures your talents and hard work is acknowledged by the right
2. For public figures and leaders, you can gain more fame luck
by displaying the plaque in the south sector of your living room
or family area. It will bring upward mobility in all aspects of
3. To magnify new wealth opportunities, display the plaque in
your "sheng chi" direction
or southeast universal wealth corner in your home or workplace.
4. To magnify long term prosperity, lay the road to success and activate your advancement luck, display the plaque in the Advancement Star #9 direction according to the natal, annual or monthly flying stars chart.