Windchime of Three Warrior Brothers
- Energy Infused
Color: 18K Gold Plated Plaque; Brass Windchime
Dimension(in): 3.1x3.1x0.1in primary piece; 3.1x0.1x12.5in
Astounding in esthetics, the primary piece
captures the amazing bond among the Three Warrior Brothers (Kwan
Kung, Liu Bei and Zhang Fei), 8 Auspicious Objects and Kalachakra.
The six rods windchime actually denotes "Chien Hexagram" which
carries the meaning Big Metal and luck from heaven. It is also
a potent cure against visible and invisible "shar chi"
such as poison arrows and annual afflictions. These powerful combinations
of all the above prevent malevolent energies from stealing away
your life force. It is also exactly what is needed to powerfully
subdue the negativities from #5-Yellow and #2-Black. All in all,
this windchime transforms bad energies into positive vibes, build
protection for 9 palaces, eliminate afflictions and overcome evil.
Note: This item is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
The salient features and the importance of the auspicious symbols
can be explained and elaborated as follows:
1. On the front side of the upper plaque:
a. Three Faithful Warrior Brothers on the front side of the upper
plaque - these three military heroes namely the Kwan Kung, Liu
Bei and Zhang Fei are sworn brothers who had taken the oath to
raise an army, suppress any rebellion and save the country over
2000 years ago. They had remained loyal to each other throughout
extraordinary tests and vicissitudes. These divine beings provide
powerful diminishing of the 3-Killings energy (actually represented
by 3 Mountain Robbers of the dark realm).
b. 8-Petal Lotus around the perimeter of the plaque - the flower
dedicated to Buddha, it is essentially used to signify joy, peace,
purity and sincerity.
2. On the back side of the upper plaque:
a. Eight Auspicious Objects - is an ultimate cure and also enhancer
that serves to generate good energy, subdue bad energy and nourish/improve
the feng shui of a space so that good fortune continues to grow
esponentially. It is also a potent cure for extremely bad situation
where other feng shui cures are considered not strong enough to
counter a problem.
b. Kalachakra - known as the Tenfold Powerful One, it is an ultra
strong antidote for killing energy and evil forces. It is often
used as cures for difficult situations when other cures become
helpless, in situations that may possibly carry misfortunes, disasters
and accidents if not properly remedied. It is also a potent cure
against visible and invisible "shar chi" such as poison
arrows and annual afflictions.
c. 2 Sacred Mantras - of Amitayus and Avalokitesvara. These mantras
empower the cure by providing a special channel to the cosmic realm
to invoke divine help. They are mantras of good fortune, immunity
against loss and shielding off dark forces.
d. The Chien Hexagram with six solid yang lines represents BIG
METAL, thus exerting powerful energies to subdue earth energies
from 5-Yellow or 2-Illness stars.
This Three Brothers Windchime can be used
to cure many bad situations:
1. Display in the sector where the Annual Fatal Yellow Star #5,
Illness Black Star #2 and/or 3-Killings fly into.
2. Display it in the Northwest to increase heaven's luck and partriarch's
3. Display it in the Northwest of a living room to make up for a
missing Northwest corner.
Please do not hang a windchime directly above where you sleep, sit,
eat, work or stand. Your energy will be suppressed. In the event
that there is space constraint, you may hang the windchime lower
than waist level.
Energy infused with Scalar tag
To read further about the Three Warrior
Recorded in the Annals of the Three Kingdoms,
one day Liu Bei standing among a group of people in front of a court
notice sighed heavily because of news on a rebellion. Zhang Fei
who was a total stranger to him had the same feelings and both then
got acquainted. They were soon joined by Kwan Yu (Kwan Kung) with
mutual admiration and established a righteous task to harmonize
the country. They took an oath of brotherhood and became bond brothers
in the "Peach Garden" of Zhang Fei's house. They were
highly respected for their truthful friendship and brotherhood.
Kwan Yu (later known as Kwan Kung)
is the most famous war general in the history of China. He was initially
a fugitive for slaining a bad bully. He was a man with long beard,
red face and huge body frame. Centuries after centuries after his
death, he continued to be a powerful figure known for his protective
qualities of the nation and country till he was elevated to the
rank of God of War in 15th century because of his righteousness,
becoming one of the most popular deities in China. In the heavenly
realm, He was chartered to take care and guard the Buddhists texts,
being the reason why the Kwan Kung images always appear in almost
all temples. He normally appears alone or with his two assistants.
Sample Kwan Yu (Kwan Kung)
Liu Bei was the son of a court official
who later lost power and went into poverty. He had long ears and
arms and made a living selling sandals before he joined the brothers
to form the military.
Sample Liu Bei
Zhang Fei also had a large body frame,
looked fierce and had large eyes. His face was similar to Chung
Kwei due to his bristling moustache. He was a butcher before he
joined the brothers to form the military.
Sample Zhang Fei
Note: Photos of figurines are for illustration
purpose only and not provided in this purchase.