Bronze Chung Kwei (3-Inches)
Dimension(in): 2.4x1.5x3 in
This Chung Kwei depicted holding a bat
and having a sword behind him is made of fine bronze. He is
also seen stepping on an evil spirit to represent his capability
to control our environment from harmful forces. The bat represents
prosperity and longevity. His fierceness makes him a superb
protector against any evil. He was a famous chinese ghostbuster
in ancient times and no evil will dare to go near HIM. The
Chung Kwei in also a good remedy and cure for any evil stars.
This figure is also suitable for those who are studying and energizing
their scholastic luck. Also highly recommended for those who are
doing jewellery and businesses that involves expensive goods for
What Chung Kwei symbolizes and how to place the object?
Chung Kwei is no stranger to many of us.
In fact, Chung Kwei is popularly seen in all Goldsmith and shops
trading expensive goods in Taiwan as an important symbol of protection
from robbery, theft and fraud. He is also considered an exorcist
of the highest ability as he is said to have subdued any demon
spirits and thereafter had them under his command. The image brings
you scholastic luck, protection from harmful people, wealth luck
and protection from evil spirits/ghost. Having the image of Chung
Kwei in your home will provide potent protection from terrible
enemies who have been giving you a difficult time and making your
life unpleasant. For those in high profile professions, Chung
Kwei will help to prevent backstabbing, underhand tactics and
jealousy, both in your workplace and business relationships.
Chung Kwei was a bright scholar and a swordsman
who had gone through a lot of difficult times to attain his ambition
of becoming a court official. Due to his fierce and scary looks,
he was denied by an emperor to serve for the government despite
passing his exams with great results. He was then made a guardian
in the spiritual world to catch roaming bad evil spirits. Later,
after many years, another emperor who dreamt about Chung Kwei
was sorry about the unfair deprival of his rightful honors even
though Chung Kwei was so capable. This Emperor ordered his portrait
to be painted and recognized for his duty as "God of Demon
Buster ". He was then also being recognized to be "Star
God of Examinations" by certain folks in China because of
his high scholastic ability.
Chung Kwei is depicted as being ugly with
large protruding eyes and a rough beard. His fierceness alone
could kill any roaming evil. He uses his powerful sword as a weapon
to kill any evil spirit. He has bats around him which symbolizes
immortality, happiness and extremely good fortune.
a Chung Kwei home to improve your home feng shui:
1. As a protective guardian, Chung Kwei should
be place near you entrance facing out directly at the main door
to ward off evil spirits, people with bad intention, competitors,
robbers, thefts, fraud and act of unlawfulness. He is a masterpiece
in chinese art gallery. He becomes very powerful as a protective
guardian when he is made of bronze.
2. Chung Kwei could be effective to diffuse the fatal effects
of 5-Yellow star (bringing mishaps, death, accidents, big losses)
if your maindoor is facing this direction. If you invite a Chung
Kwei in your house, irrespective of where the flying star for
5-yellow is for any year, his image will be able to protect the
entire family. In year 2013, 5-Yellow is in the center.
3. For those who suspect evil spirits wondering
to their rooms at nite, you may also place the Chung Kwei at the
foot of your stairs to watch out all evil wishing to go upstairs
to disturb your sleep.
4. To enhance your child's scholastic luck
in examination. Place the image of Chung Kwei in the Northeast corner
(education luck corner).
5. Invite a Chung Kwei during your bad luck
and frustration times due to influence from bad people and backstabbing
from your office.
Note: Do not place Chung Kwei on the floor.
You may invite him into your homes anytime of the year, but best
on 5th day of 5th Lunar month as that time is the middle of the
year and considered as the most difficult time of the year.