Golden Six Emperors' Thick Coins
Color: 18K Gold Plated
Captivatingtly stunning, this Six Emperor
Coins in glowing gold is made from extraordinarily thick and superb
quality coins. It is like injecting a high dose of quality into
an important emblem of power. A departure from the usual pieces,
this limited edition collectible is finest in craftmanship and
specially made to be tasteful in esthetics. With a super thickness
of 4mm, these newly minted fine quality coins are guaranteed to
be the most unique and beautiful in the market.This 6 Emperor
coins amulet consists of coins from the first six emperors of
the Ching Dynasty. It was during their reign that China was enjoying
good fortune, prosperity and power. After that, the power started
to deteriorate, being the reason why some more particular feng
shui masters would insist on using 6 Emperor's coins to invite
wealth, fortune, luck for patriarch and networking luck. Six is
also the number which represents BIG METAL (CHIEN Hexagram), luck
for partriarch and also luck from heaven. When one's heaven luck
is activated, he or she will enjoy long term wealth and good luck
from all directions. On the other hand BIG METAL fights Illness
Star #2 and Fatal Star #5's bad earth energy.
What the 6 Emperors' coins symbolize
and how to place the object?
The coins are from the beginning reign of
Ching Dynasty: - Shun Chi (1644-1661), Kang Hsi (1661-1722), Yung
Cheng (1723-1735), Chien Lung (1736-1796), Chia Ching (1796-1820)
and Tao Kwong (1820-1850). It is during the beginning reign of these
six emperors that the Ching Dynasty was enjoying good fortune, prosperity
and power. After that, the power started to subside, being the reason
why some more particular feng shui masters would insist of using
6 Emperor's coins to invite wealth, fortune, luck for patriarch
and networking luck. Six is also the number which represents luck
from heaven. Some feng shui masters also suggest they mean big metal
that fights Illness Star #2 and Fatal Star #5's bad earth energy.
Please note that the coins must be made of fine metal such as brass
or bronze, which are strong and elegant. Some versions are made
of resin and brittle in nature, try not to get those version because
they lack in metal energy.
The six emperors' coin can be useful in
1. To obtain heaven luck and blessings, hang this powerful emblem
in the Northwest corner of your house, living room, office or
2. It can also be hung at the location where annual star#6 resides.
3. To bring long term wealth luck and riches, hang this emblem
in the universal wealth SE corner. Or in your personal sheng chi
direction or even in the water star#8 location.
4. To increase your heaven's luck in acquiring long term good
fortune, you may place this emblem together with your important
files, bank books, invoice books and order books, cheque books,
in your cash boxes and saves, inside your pocketbook and any folder
or item to do with your income.
5. Similarly you can stick this potent wealth attractor on to
your fax machines, cash register and computers to attract opportunities
through these avenues. The yang side must always be up.
6. For those who do not like to use windchimes, they will use
this 6 Emperor coins as a potent metal cure to dissolve the evil
5 Yellow (bring fatality, accidents and mishaps) and illness star-2
(bring long term illness).
7. For those in business or looking for more achievement in life
(to leapfrog to next level of excellence), you may hang the emblem
above your door inside your house to represent long term fortune
and good luck had entered your house.
8. You may also hang the emblem in your car for good luck and
having happy tidings from any business ventures wherever you travel.
Note: Feng Shui Bestbuy offers coins from the finest quality that is made from fine brass and bronze and is really strong in nature. Try not to get those coins that are made from resin and is very brittle. It is better to refresh these coins each year on the first day of the Lunar New Year. It is best to get new ones, or you can cleanse them using incense or singing bowl.