Fuk Luk Sau Plaque - Energy Infused
Color: Bronze and Multicolored
Commonly used in feng shui to denote the
three attributes of a good life, Fuk Luk Sau has the effect of
attracting wealth, enabling blessings, bestowing happiness and
offering safety protection. At the same time, it has the efficacious
effect of dispelling malevolence and warding off catastrophes.
Represented in human form, the Sanxing ("Three Stars"), who are
Fuk, Luk, and Sau are actually "three stars" symbolizing
three qualities of Prosperity, Status, and Longevity. The three
stars are actually referring to Jupiter, Ursa Majoris and Canopus.
The tablet features an artistic chinese sign board inscribed with
chinese characters "Fuk Luk Sau" and a majestic chinese
mansion with the three deities living in it. The Star of Fortune
"Fuk" connotes good luck and success. The Star of Prosperity "Luk"
symbolizes prosperity, where authority is gained and salary is
adequate. The Star of Longevity "Sau" represents good health and
longevity. The Fuk Luk Sau is therefore suitable to activate all
the 8 aspirations: wealth, health, recognition, love, networking,
education, career and children. You can display this plaque in
your office, factory, hotel, restaurant or at the dining area
of your home. In fact, this plaque is suitable to announce all
the three auspicious attributes right at the door step, either
hanging on the door facing out or on the wall of the foyer facing
out to your door opening. Each time you or your visitors arrive
at your home, it announces that the house is blessed with prosperity,
success and good health.
Note: This item is energy
infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
What Fuk Luk Sau symbolizes and how
to place these deities?
Fuk Luk Sau (also known as Three Star Gods)
1. Happiness/Descendants Luck/Prosperity/Wealth,
2. Success/Power/Authority and
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is what you need. They are favoured by many businessmen, politicians,
high ranking government officials and executives.
Fuk Luk Sau are actually not real gods. They
are only symbolically representing three important star constellations
in chinese astrology. Therefore, they are never worshipped in
chinese prayer altar, but rather placed as feng shui ornament
to activate overall good luck at home.
The Star of Wealth "Fuk" (Fuxing) refers to planet
Jupiter and has the second ranking among the three constellations.
It is the star which emblems wealth, good fortune, good luck and
success. Alternatively, according to a Taoist myth of the Ming
dynasty, the Fuk star is associated with Yang Cheng, a governor
of Daozhou in Western Han (206 BC - 24 AD). Yang Cheng risked
his life by writing a memorial to the emperor to save the people
from presenting dwarf slaves as the special tribute to the imperial
court. After his death, the people built a temple to commemorate
him, and over time he came to be considered the personification
of good fortune. He is generally depicted in scholar's dress,
holding a scroll, on which is sometimes written the character
"Fuk". He may also be seen holding a child, or surrounded by children.
He is sometimes conflated with Cai Shen, the "Wealth God". He
symbolizes family happiness, life fulfillment, many children and
grandchildren, good relationship and mutual love.
The Star of Authority "Luk" (Luxing) refers to
Ursa Majoris (sixth star in the Wenchang cluster) and takes on
the first rank of star constellation among the three. The Luk
star is believed to be Zhang Xian who lived during the later Shu
dynasty. The word luk specifically refers to the salary of a government
official. As such, the Luk star is the star of prosperity, rank,
and influence. The Luk star was also worshipped separately from
the other two as the deity dictating one's success in the imperial
examinations, and therefore success in the imperial bureaucracy.
The Luk star is usually depicted in the dress of a mandarin. He
is also the epitome of high ranking official, where authority
is gained and salary is adequate. He is denoted as a wiseman who
carries the ru yi (chinese sceptre) that promises smoothness and
success in endeavours and a gold ingot that promises wealth luck.
He normally bestows one with career/business success with enhanced
The Star of Longevity "Sau" (Shouxing) is a Carinae
(Canopus), the star of the south pole in Chinese astronomy, and
is believed to control the life spans of mortals. This star is
often being symbolized by an oldman with protruding forehead,
white hair and beard whom attained immortality. He normally carries
a dragon crutch, a peach, the fungus of immortality ling tzi and
the wu lou (gourd) which have medicinal values. He often impart
virtues to people on the secret of longevity and ask them to avoid
greed, negative thinking and arrogance as principles to sustaining
longevity and good health. His magical peach is blossomed from
the heaven only every 3000 years. His image represents good health
This auspicious plaque is best displayed in the
1. Reception area as you enter your home or on your door front
to signify all aspirations of life being fulfilled.
2. Important areas of your living rooms and family rooms (any
directions or sectors) to tap excellent Feng Shui luck and energies.
3. In hotel lobbies, reception areas of business premises and
4. Dining area facing your dining table for blessings of a lifetime
on the whole family.
5. The plaque can be displayed behind your sitting position to
gain vital support and good fortune to fulfill all your aspirations
6. According to the "Sub Direct Spirit" by observing
the Ho Tu, the secondary wealth corner for Period 8 (2004-2024)
resides in the east. Therefore, displaying the plaque in your
east is said to bring you abundance luck and excellent fortune.
7. The sector where Purple Advancement Star #9 sector is located
to bring about joyful events. It is a long term prosperity star
and a happiness star that will also bring about joyous occasions
such as marriage, newborn, increase in power/status and promotion.