AAA Rainbow Obsidian Health, Wealth
and Smoothsailing Pendant (with special "Aura") - Limited
Material: Grade AAA Natural
Color: Rainbow Obsidian
Dimension(in): 0.8x1.2 in
This pendant of Wulou with Pi Yao and Ru
Yi is immaculately carved by fine hands. Carved from genuine rainbow
obsidian with priced "aura", it is highly revered for
its power to overcome accidents, uncover and protect against evil
attempts, prevent bad intentions, arrest bad luck and possess
healing/curative properties. Rainbow obsidian is also particularly
powerful to fight stress and depression, rejuvanate self-confidence
and stimulate analytical capabilities. Not all rainbow obsidian
pieces have the special aura unless it is specially selected.
The ones with the special aura is the most powerful type of obsidian.
This aura assist us to see the unseen and sense the unforeseen.
It is known as the mirror of soul and is effective in revealing
what is truly reflected in the souls of others and yourself. Wear
this pendant to arrest ailments, enhance health and rejuvanate
energy of sick people for quicker recovery. It is perfect for
those striving hard to earn a good income while not wanting to
lose your health. The Pi Yao will help you overcome obstacles
and hardship, and at the same time increase your fortune exponentially.
It has the ability to swallow as much wealth as it can for its
owner. Meanwhile, the Ru Yi promises smoothsailing in all pursuits
and authority luck. It is also a perfect gift for birthdays, for
those who are starting work and also for someone you care about
whose safety, longevity and health is important to you.
Note: Item comes with free necklace and gift box.
"Special aura" may be
visible under strong lights. This is only tangible in
"hard-to-get" and precious AAA grade rainbow
obsidian. Standard rainbow obsidian is normally solid
What the Wulou, Pi Yao and Ru Yisymbolize?
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. 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 enhance our Feng Shui. It is the 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 this excellent item with them to
resemble their blessings to cure difficult ailment. Some said
the shape of the wulou is also a wonderful integration of heaven,
earth and mankind. Deities and taoist monks even use the wulou
to absorb bad evil spirits into it for imprisonment. Therefore
wulou has the potency to absorb bad chi and negative energy.
On the other hand, the Pi Yao is the most popular symbol used
by Feng Shui enthusiasts as recommended by the masters. The Pi
Yao is the ninth son of the Heavenly Dragon and has different
names depending on where it is being sighted. The Pi Yao lives
in the heaven, Pi Xiu lives on earth and Pi Kan lives in the sea.
All of them brings the same blessings and possess the same properties.
The Pi Yao is a protective heavenly creature that has one horn,
lion-dog face, hoofs and little wings and a tail. Many people
prefer using the Pi Yao over Chi Lin because the Pi Yao does not
have an anus and only eats but does not dispose. It has a big
and infinite appetite. For the naturally greedy businessmen and
merchants or housewives out there, if you intend to only have
lots of money luck coming in and ensure the money never be spent,
the Pi Yao is what you are looking for. The Pi Yao is also known
to be very obedient to their owners as they are loyal in nature.
The Pi Yao provides a minimum of six blessings as follows:
1. Ushers good luck and fortune
2. Generates good feng shui or earth luck
3. Elevates wealth and riches
4. Protects individuals and home
5. Drives away evil, obstacles and hardship
6. Brings windfall luck
Next, the Ru Yi was a short sword made from iron and used by ancients
for self defence and for purposes of gesticulation. Later it evoluted
to become a present to signify good wishes to the recipient. Some
claimed it was used as a pointer of directions and others said
it guards against anything unexpected. The shape was derived from
lotus and some even claimed it was derived from ling tzi, a special
curative fungus that cures a thousand diseases. The head of the
Ru Yi is also a strong resemblance of a bat which brings fortune
and good luck. Ru Yi symbolizes authority and power in the imperial
courts and royal assemblies. The Ru Yi was later being regarded
as the sceptre for Imperial courts and offices, which was used
by high ranking government officials including empresses. Ru Yi
has auspicious meanings: smoothness in endeavours and enhanced
luck in undertakings. Ru Yi is also a potent symbol carried by
the Tua Peh Kong, Laughing Buddha and one of the Fuk Luk Sau (3
Star Gods) and many other deities for blessings. The symbol is
most suitably used to bring our career to greater heights and
raise the bar for authority.