Anti Burglary Amulet - Energy Infused
Color: Silver Chromed and Multicolored Enamel
Dimension(in): 2.4x2.4in primary piece; 7.3in total length
In times of recession, more powerful
cure is needed against the Violent Star #7 due to higher crime
rates across the globe. Featuring the Fulin
Dog's face, it is associated with military strength and hunting
prowess, a powerful symbol of enforcement. It denotes protection
for all the nine directions including the center. The fulin dog
which is considered to be a spiritually endowed creature can provide
more power in countering the evil energies from the hidden realm
of Violent Star #7. This is necessary when the #7 becomes too
powerful. Having the fulin will allow you to ride through the
year smoothly with less problems associated to burglary and theft.
In addition, the magnificent protective duo of elephant
and rhinoceros also embody special forces to counter burglary.
This amulet provides powerful cure against burglary, kidnap, robbery,
financial loss and cheat. For those in business, this amulet can
also keep competitors at bay. It incorporates the following features:
1. The "Kan Hexagram" derived from the I-Ching (Book
of Changes) represents BIG WATER and holds the key in combating
the metal element energy of violence from Violent Star #7. Old
style feng shui masters will understand this better.
2. "Anti-Burglary Mantras" consecrates the amulet. By
just looking at or touching these mantras, one will be blessed
with tremendous luck in countering against the baddies.
3. The blue hues and
huge wave symbols depict the water element, like bringing in a
grand ocean into your life. You need a substantial amount
of water power to counter metal energy from Violent Star #7.
Note: This plaque is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
Buddha's tame lion would "follow his heels like a faithful
dog", according to the legend. According to an oft-repeated
legend, this is no ordinary lion. Long ago a lion fell in love
with a marmoset. The disparity in their sizes made this an impossible
love, so the heart-sore lion asked Ah Chu, the protector of animals,
to shrink him down to the size of a marmoset so that the two animals
could marry. Only his heart remained its original size. From this
union, the Lion Dog (Fu Lin) was born. With the spread of Buddhism
to China, the status of Fu Dogs were elevated during the reign
of Emperor Zhangdi of the Eastern Han Dynasty due to the religion's
high regard for them. Therefore, you will find the fu dog statues
abundantly available in the chinese palace and the emperors consider
breeding pekingese dogs as the real form of fu dogs. With the
power to drive away evil, Fu Dogs are popularly known as the defender
of law and protector of homes. Fu Dogs provide ultimate protection
from theft and robbery, wards of evil spirits and harmful people,
nourishes chi that enters homes, bring in happy blessings and
dissolves bad chi from neighbourly formations. It is seen as the
symbol of power and strength because of its ability to eat up
the tiger and leopard besides having the ability to suppress and
expel evil forces.
Where to display this amulet
It is best to carry along this amulet with
you or display it near you for maximum benefit. You can optionally
display the amulet in the following areas:
1. For safety of our families and children, place the amulet facing
out to the maindoor of our homes to ward off robberies and accidents.
2. The protective amulet will help to solve political problems
in office, backstabbing, arguments and harmful peers when displayed
at your office desk. It will help to solve quarreling, havoc and
hostility in office.
3. For businessmen, it is best to have it displayed at the main
entrance of your workplace or shop to ensure your competitors
are kept at bay.