Powerful Fortune - Energy Infused
Color: Yellow Citrine and Multicolored Glaze
Dimension(in): 5.1x3x4.5 in
Stunning beautiful, this magnificent scepter
of the nine dragons expressing joy and togetherness celebrates
the vitality of the highest ranking animal in the chinese animal
hierarchy and a symbol of the imperial family. The dragons sparkle
in vibrant color of golden citrine glaze to create a fascinating
aura of excellence. The charming nine dragons possess power, strength
and authority with connotations of success in attaining whatever
goals one has set by strengthening inner determination. Ming Dynasty
records mentioned that the nine sons of the dragon had different
capabilities, each having one extraordinary skills and help one
fulfill significant achievements. In the olden days, the 9 dragons
were only reserved for selfish emperors. This was because they
gave so much luck and power that the emperors were worried laymen
would benefit from their presence. The famous Emperor Chien Lung
had during his era commissioned for the 9 Dragons Screen to be
built in his palace and ever since his reign enjoyed the most
power, success and riches. Because of their ability to create
dynastic achievements for kingdoms, the nine dragons are highly
recommended for ambitious people, business people, politicians,
managers and executives looking for solid success. The nine dragons
is a connotation of completeness in life and has the ability to
bless one with reasons to celebrate such as the birth of a new
family member, becoming famous, gaining a striking promotion,
restoring into great health, living to a ripe age, marrying someone
great and flourishing investments. It gives you a real edge in
business, competition and career situations. Charisma will glow
and glimmer, making you exude a special appeal. You will enjoy
superlative energies that brings you power and a life filled with
streams of money luck.
Note: This item is energy
infused and comes with a certificate
To read more about the extraordinary capability
of each dragon, you may go to this page.
According to records from Ming Dynasty, the Dragon had nine sons,
and each had an extraordinary personality. There is no general
agreement as to what the Dragon's sons are being called because
there are so many names associated to each son. But most people
would agree to:
1. Tootie - Loves eating. Eats all devils and spirits. Protects
one from negative forces.
2. Chiwen - Chiwen is in charged of rainfall; guards against fire;
likes to gaze upwards and he prevents floods and disasters.
3. Suan Ni - Suan Ni is like a lion; fond of smoke and fire; his
likeness can be seen on the legs of incense-burners.
4. Bian - Bian is brave and strong. He likes to help people out, especially those with legal problems.
5. Bixi - Bixi can withstand heavy weight; is a good swimmer and
normally decorates bridge piers and archways. Brings luck when
one touches it.
6. Pulao - Pulao lives near the sea; is fond of roaring. His presence
signifies power and authority. His figure is normally seen on
7. Yazi - Yazi is impulsive and bad tempered; likes to fight;
his image is seen on weapons.
8. Gongfu - Gongfu loves music and play with water; and his figure
is a common decoration on the bridge of stringed musical instruments.
9. Jiaotu - Jiaotu is the guardian against burglary; always close
its mouth. His image is carved on doors.
The Nine Dragons promise all aspirations you desire in life, just
like what the emperors in the past desired:
1. The nine dragons are beneficial for all your endeavours to
be realized; as it represents maximum Feng Shui enhancement. It
2. The nine dragons dictate multiplication of business branches
after branches successfully. Let the Nine Dragons make the magical
wonders for you in your business ventures.
3. For those hungry for achievement, knowledge, advancement, fame,
authority, power and status, and expect quick and excellent results,
display the nine dragons when you are making important undertakings.
4. For those who are often sick or not feeling well, let the mighty
Nine Dragons blow the cosmic chi and liven up "yang"
energy in your surroundings. They bring longevity.
5. For those hungry for career success, the nine dragons will
ensure you are constantly improving and achieving your goals.
They will ensure you continue to grasp opportunities and counter
office politics that could harm your progress.
6. The nine dragons will also ensure your "sheng chi"
is always at its peak for overall achievement and success in your
endeavours. They are good protection against evil spirits and people
of bad intention.
What Ru Yi symbolizes and where to display
Originally, 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. The 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 emperors
and empresses. The 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 Ru Yi brings about sentiments of smoothness in endeavours and
enhanced luck in undertakings. The symbol is most suitably used
to bring your career to greater heights and raise the bar for authority.
The item can be displayed to ensure you get enough control over
subordinates at work, increase your influential power and also if
you have rebellious children. The Ru Yi can also protect you from
evil, harmful people and misfortune.
The Ru Yi normally have a head at one end. Sometimes there are two
heads, one bigger than the other. The smaller head should be positioned
facing the inside of the house or space while the larger head points
outward. This is the correct placement of a Ru Yi.
The Ru Yi has
many uses and its presence signifies many blessings:
1. Place the Ru Yi in the West (family luck corner) to enhance your
authority in the family, especially over your children who are rebellious.
2. Place the Ru Yi in the Northwest of your living rooms or family
rooms to energize your mentor luck. This will bring in helpful people
and support from important people in your endeavours. It will also
enhance your opportunities of getting a better job through helpful
3. Place the Ru Yi in the north sector of your living room or work
desk to improve your career luck and to enable promotional opportunities.
It will also help you gather more support from subordinates and
peers, besides having more command over difficult employees. This
will result in wealth improvement.
4. For wives who are seeking more authority, control or say in the
family or over your husbands, you can place this Ru Yi in the SW
corner of your bedroom or living room or your personal nien yen
5. Considering there are nine dragons on this Ru Yi, it can be displayed
in prominent areas of your house such as the family room, living
room, foyer or dining room. The east would be a good place to settle
them too, just like how the palace in china displays them. You can
also display it at your work desk or behind where you sit for power.