8 Immortals Wulou with Long-Life
Vase - Energy Infused
Color: 24K Gold Plated
Dimension(in): 2x2x3 in
Denoting longevity opulence, this fresh
and vibrant wulou in plated gold celebrates the pink of health
through the magnificent 8-Immortals, the Long-Life Vase, the alluring
5 Dragons and the Mantra of Medicine Buddha. Firstly, the 8-Immortals
bring protection, prosperity, power, good health and longevity
to the partriarch, the martriarch and the entire family. Secondly,
the Long-Life Vase hidden inside the wulou is the emblem of the
Longevity Buddha of 'Infinite Life' Amitayus. It is said to contain
the nectar of immortality for long-life empowerment. Next, the
5 Element Dragons signify good health coming from all directions.
When the 5 Dragons come together to merge and bond, they will
share one powerful vein together to create an unusually high form
of power which is essential for rapid magnification of good health
and longevity for the family. What is more, the wulou is further
consecrated with the mantra of Medicine Buddha. This
sacred mantra will:
1. purify negative karma and assist those who are having long
term illness so that they can live a longer life.
2. strengthen the antibodies of those who have a weak body and
often falling sick.
3. keep all types of illness energy due to unpopular stars at
4. help cure mental depression and mental illnesses.
What is more, there will be Six Emperor Coins made from strong
bronze provided as filler inside the lower compartment. The coins
represents the solid male-lines in 3-dimension that replicates
the CHIEN hexagram. This hexagram connotes big metal energy that
can subdue the notorious illness energy of earth element. Being
the finest 8-Immortals Wulou ever made in the world, this is the
best cure for Illness Black Star #2 and Five Ghosts (Wu Gui).
Note: This item is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
What the Wulou and 8-Immortals symbolize?
The Wulou (bottle gourd) originates from
a fruit. When dried, it is very durable and its shape render it
useful as a receptacle for medicine. In olden days, the Wulou
was often carried by aged people as a charm of longevity and a
charm to dissipate or ward off pernicious influences. The Wulou,
like baguas and windchimes, is one of the most significant tools
to cure many bad situations and to enhance good luck in Feng Shui.
It is a powerful symbol of health and longevity. Many deities
like the Sau Sing Kung (in 3 Lucky Stars Fuk Luk Sau), Li Tieh
Kuai (in 8 Immortals) and Mad Monk God (Chai Kung) carry the Wulou
with them to resemble their ability to cure difficult ailments.
Some said the shape of the Wulou is also a wonderful integration
of heaven, earth and mankind. Feng Shui masters often regard the
Wulou as the replica of the Dui Trigram which signifies heavenly
doctor. In real life, taoist monks also use the Wulou to absorb
and arrest bad evil spirits into it for imprisonment. Therefore
Wulou has the potency to absorb bad chi and negative energy.
On the other hand, the 8-Immortals are chinese
deities worshipped by many. They were originally chartered to
come down from the heaven to assist mankind and help us achieve
our goals. Each of them carry a special auspicious object (used
widely in feng shui like wulou, fan, flute, sword etc) and each
of them has a special ability. They help mankind to fulfill the
following aspirations of life: wealth luck, recognition luck,
reputation and fame, literary luck, military/business sharpness
skills, humanity, integrity and discipline. Inviting them into
our homes and workplace would help us in all those areas.
The 8-Immortals possess supernatural powers and are capable of
performing magic. Their presence bestow good health, happiness
and extremely good fortune in Period 8 especially. They periodically
reappear on earth to help bless families with positive energy,
bring good health, good fortune, wealth, fame luck, longevity
and good descendants.
The team is led by Chuan Chung Li , who holds a magical fan which he uses to revive sick people and the soul of the dead. He is the symbol of good health, longevity and possesses curative powers. Being the chief of the Eight Immortals he obtained the secrets of elixir in life and powder of transmutation during the Chou dynasty 1122-249B.C. He is said to visit earth on a Chi Lin very often till today from his heaven realm. Having his image at home also benefits those who are experiencing bad luck from the Tai Sui (Grand Duke Jupiter). His direction is the East and element is wood.
The 2nd Immortal is Chang Kuo-Lao , who carries the bamboo tube (Yu Ku) and can render himself invisible. He is depicted on a magical horse. He possesses the wisdom of ages and is regarded as a sage who will bestow wisdom on the family patriach. He blesses childless couples so that couples can conceive children when placed in bedrooms. He obtained his supernatural powers in the 7th and 8th century AD and is believed to have assisted those who have passed away to reincarnate into good realms. His direction is the north and is water element.
The 3rd Immortal is Lu Dong-Pin, who uses a sword to overcome evil spirits and slice through bad energies caused by bad "chi". The sword was given to him by a dragon. He also holds the fly whisk which he uses to cure illnesses. He also blesses scholastic luck to the family. His animal is tiger. He learnt Taoism magic from the chief Chung Li Chuan in AD750 and attained immortality at the age of 50. He had successfully rid the world with his sword from various forms of evils for over 400 years and still visits earth till today. Taoist mediums can communicate with him through meditative means and his image at home will ward off any evil spirits. His direction is West and metal element.
The 4th Immortal is Tsao Guao-chiu, who dressed in official robes who holds a pair of castanets to symbolize his noble birth. His animal is a horse. He bestows recognition and high ranking authority to the patriach in the family. He is a patron saint of the theatrical profession. He was the sone of Tsao Pin AD930-999 who was a military commander and the brother of empress Tsao Hou of the Sung Dynasty. He is believed to still live on earth and blesses one with scholastic luck and protect them from harm. His direction is NE and element earth.
The 5th Immortal is Tieh Guai Li, who is the master of supernatural ability.He is represented as a beggar leaning on an iron staff for the following reasons. He attained so much proficiency in magic during his life that he was frequently visits the heaven. When his spirit leaves his body to the heaven, his disciple that he was truely dead and burned his body. On his return he discovered he had no way to enter back his burnt body and had no choice but to enter into the body of a dead beggar in the woods. He is therefore always represented as a beggar with iron crutch and a pilgrim's wulou from which a scroll is escaping, emblematic of his powerf to set his spirit free from the body. He blesses one who needs money and cure any hard to cure illnesses from anyone sick. His animal is a lion which he used to visit the earth frequently. His direction is South and element is fire.
The 6th Immortal is Han Hsian Tzu, who makes sounds with his flute to attract good chi around him to induce healing energies. He is said to make flowers grow and blossom instantaneously. He studied under Lu Dong Pin and became an immortal himself in AD820. His emblem is the flute, able to provide six healing sounds and he is the patron of musicians. He wandered around the country playing his flute and attracting birds and beasts of prey by the sweet sound. He is depicted riding on an Ox, a mythical beast. He had mastered the Five Elements and Yin and Yang theories.
The 7th Immortal is Lan Tsai Ho who carries a flower basket and she brings luck to young women. Generally being regarded as a woman, she continually chanted a doggerel verse denouncing this fleeting life and its delusive pleasures. She is the patron saint of the florist. She carries with her flowers of chrysanthemum, peach blossom, pine and bamboo to bless everyone with longevity. Having her at home brings happiness and beautiful people into your life. She is depicted seated on an elephant. Her direction is NW and is metal element.
The last immortal is Ho Hsien Ku, who carries the holy lotus and fly whisk and who bestows family and marriage luck for the whole family. She became an immortal in the 7th century AD after eating a peach. She was saved from a demon by Lu Dong Pin during a critical moment in the woods. Her emblem is the lotus and the fly whisk which represents her purity and power. She is still alive today and blesses people with love, relationship luck and family luck. She assists in house management. She sits on a deer an excellent symbol of longevity and good fortune. Her direction is SW and her element is earth.
The Long-Life Vase is employed in longevity rituals. Descending from the top of the upper rim in the cardinal directions are four leaf-shaped pendants, which hang down the sides of the vase in the form of an entwined string of divine jewels, flowers, leaves and tendrils. These four pendants represent the four cardinal Buddhas (Akshobya, Ratnasambhava, Vairocana and Amoghasiddhi) that surround Amitabha when he is assigned to the center of the Long-Life Mandala.
Why is it important to remedy Five
Ghosts and where is it located?
The "Five Ghosts" or traditionally
known as Wu Gui is an evil energy that will bring one empty hopes
and disturbances in the form of illness energy. This is because
illnesses can ruin many things and lead one to emptiness in life.
Feng Shui masters from Hong Kong had obtained significant statistics
showing that many cases of illnesses, abnormal growth and surgeries
are due to Wu Gui. Therefore, they will always identify cures
first thing they find someone's bedroom in the Wu Gui's position.
This is often not shared openly in books because it is a trade
secret of the consultants.
Besides remedying the Ilness Star #2, the Wu Gui location is also
compulsory to be addressed whether it falls in a bedroom or not.
The followings are the Wu Gui sectors based on the 8 Mansions
Theory (irrespective of time dimension):
Houses facing north, the Wu Gui sector is in the west.
Houses facing northeast, the Wu Gui sector is in the southeast.
Houses facing east, the Wu Gui sector is in the south.
Houses facing southeast, the Wu Gui sector is in the east.
Houses facing south, the Wu Gui sector is in the northeast.
Houses facing southwest, the Wu Gui sector is in the north.
Houses facing west, the Wu Gui sector is in the northwest.
Houses facing northwest, the Wu Gui sector is in the southwest.
Where to display this Wulou?
Being more superior over any other Wulou,
this magnificent Wulou has many uses as a cure or an enhancer:
1. Display this wulou beside your bed to create a protective shielding
aura against the illness energy in general. It will ensure your
health is at tip top condition at all times. Prevention is better
than cure. It can also heal ailments, rejunate the energy of sick
people and quicken recovery.
2. Display this wulou in the east sector of your living room,
family room or dining room to protect the good health of the entire
3. This Wulou is an excellent gift for old people during their
birthdays to wish them long life, good health and longevity.
4. Display this wulou on your workdesk to ensure you do not succumb
to any illness energy.
5. This wulou is the best remedy to cure the Illness Black Star
#2. In 2014, this star flies to the east.
Note: This high quality
wulou is originated and custom made by Feng Shui Bestbuy from
a prestigious brass factory.