Bronze 8-Immortals w/ Six Emperor
Color: Vintage Bronze
Dimension(in): 2.2x2.2x3.1in wulou; 1.2in each coin
This feng shui cure combines the traditional
bronze 8-Immortals Wulou with 6 Emperor Coins to
bring you the pink of health through the magnificent 8-Immortals.
Firstly, the 8-Immortals and mystic knot
symbols bring protection, prosperity, power, good health and longevity
to the partriarch, the martriarch and the entire family. The
8-Immortals catalyses divine powers to help bless one with positive
energy, bring good health, good fortune, wealth, fame luck, longevity
and good descendants.On the other hand, there are 6 Emperor coins
from the first six most powerful reign of the Ching Dynasty being
tied in a"circular interlocking" method. 6 coins tied
in a circular manner, with a set of 3 coins (representing the
matrimony of Heaven-Earth-Man) interlocking with another set of
3 other coins to result in 6 coins in a circular mode represent
the 6 senses of man. The six senses of man are love, fright, hatred,
happiness, suspicion and proactiveness which is believed to govern
a man's wealth making capabilities. It is believed that by tying
the 6 coins in this special manner, a man is able to harness his
wealth because he is able to control his 6 senses with the power
invoke through the cosmic trinity of Heaven, Earth and Man. All
in all, this wulou 1. assists those who are having long term illness
so that they can live a longer life, 2. strengthen the antibodies
of those who have a weak body and often falling sick, 3. keep
all types of illness energy due to unpopular stars at bay and
4. help cure mental depression and mental illnesses.
What Wu Lou and 8-Immortals symbolize
and how to place the object?
The Wulou (bottle gourd) originates from
a fruit. When dried, it is very durable and its shape render it
useful as a receptacle for medicine. In olden days, the Wulou
was often carried by aged people as a charm of longevity and a
charm to dissipate or ward off pernicious influences. The Wulou,
like baguas and windchimes, is one of the most significant tools
to cure many bad situations and to enhance good luck in Feng Shui.
It is a powerful symbol of health and longevity. Many deities
like the Sau Sing Kung (in 3 Lucky Stars Fuk Luk Sau), Li Tieh
Kuai (in 8 Immortals) and Mad Monk God (Chai Kung) carry the Wulou
with them to resemble their ability to cure difficult ailments.
Some said the shape of the Wulou is also a wonderful integration
of heaven, earth and mankind. Feng Shui masters often regard the
Wulou as the replica of the Dui Trigram which signifies heavenly
doctor. In real life, taoist monks also use the Wulou to absorb
and arrest bad evil spirits into it for imprisonment. Therefore
Wulou has the potency to absorb bad chi and negative energy.
On the other hand, the eight immortals are
chinese deities worshipped by many. They were originally chartered
to come down from the heaven to assist mankind and help us achieve
our goals. Each of them carry a special auspicious object (used
widely in feng shui like wulou, fan, flute, sword etc) and each
of them has a special ability. They help mankind to fulfill the
following aspirations of life: wealth luck, recognition luck,
reputation and fame, literary luck, military/business sharpness
skills, humanity, integrity and discipline. Inviting them into
our homes and workplace would help us in all those areas.
8 Immortals possess supernatural powers and are capable of performing
magic. Their presence bestow good health, happiness and extremely
good fortune in Period 8 especially.
The team is led by Chuan Chung Li , who holds a magical fan which
he uses to revive sick people and the soul of the dead. He is the
symbol of good health, longevity and possesses curative powers.
Being the chief of the Eight Immortals he obtained the secrets of
elixir in life and powder of transmutation during the Chou dynasty
1122-249B.C. He is said to visit earth on a Chi Lin very often till
today from his heaven realm. Having his image at home also benefits
those who are experiencing bad luck from the Tai Sui (Grand Duke
Jupiter). His direction is the East and element is wood.
The 2nd Immortal is Chang Kuo-Lao , who carries the bamboo tube
(Yu Ku) and can render himself invisible. He is depicted on a magical
horse. He possesses the wisdom of ages and is regarded as a sage
who will bestow wisdom on the family patriach. He blesses childless
couples so that couples can conceive children when placed in bedrooms.
He obtained his supernatural powers in the 7th and 8th century AD
and is believed to have assisted those who have passed away to reincarnate
into good realms. His direction is the north and is water element.
The 3rd Immortal is Lu Dong-Pin, who uses a sword to overcome evil
spirits and slice through bad energies caused by bad "chi". The
sword was given to him by a dragon. He also holds the fly whisk
which he uses to cure illnesses. He also blesses scholastic luck
to the family. His animal is tiger. He learnt Taoism magic from
the chief Chung Li Chuan in AD750 and attained immortality at the
age of 50. He had successfully rid the world with his sword from
various forms of evils for over 400 years and still visits earth
till today. Taoist mediums can communicate with him through meditative
means and his image at home will ward off any evil spirits. His
direction is West and metal element.
The 4th Immortal is Tsao Guao-chiu, who dressed in official robes
who holds a pair of castanets to symbolize his noble birth. His
animal is a horse. He bestows recognition and high ranking authority
to the patriach in the family. He is a patron saint of the theatrical
profession. He was the sone of Tsao Pin AD930-999 who was a military
commander and the brother of empress Tsao Hou of the Sung Dynasty.
He is believed to still live on earth and blesses one with scholastic
luck and protect them from harm. His direction is NE and element
The 5th Immortal is Tieh Guai Li, who is the master of supernatural
ability.He is represented as a beggar leaning on an iron staff for
the following reasons. He attained so much proficiency in magic
during his life that he was frequently visits the heaven. When his
spirit leaves his body to the heaven, his disciple that he was truely
dead and burned his body. On his return he discovered he had no
way to enter back his burnt body and had no choice but to enter
into the body of a dead beggar in the woods. He is therefore always
represented as a beggar with iron crutch and a pilgrim's wulou from
which a scroll is escaping, emblematic of his powerf to set his
spirit free from the body. He blesses one who needs money and cure
any hard to cure illnesses from anyone sick. His animal is a lion
which he used to visit the earth frequently. His direction is South
and element is fire.
The 6th Immortal is Han Hsian Tzu, who makes sounds with his flute
to attract good chi around him to induce healing energies. He is
said to make flowers grow and blossom instantaneously. He studied
under Lu Dong Pin and became an immortal himself in AD820. His emblem
is the flute, able to provide six healing sounds and he is the patron
of musicians. He wandered around the country playing his flute and
attracting birds and beasts of prey by the sweet sound. He is depicted
riding on an Ox, a mythical beast. He had mastered the Five Elements
and Yin and Yang theories.
The 7th Immortal is Lan Tsai Ho who carries a flower basket and
she brings luck to young women. Generally being regarded as a woman,
she continually chanted a doggerel verse denouncing this fleeting
life and its delusive pleasures. She is the patron saint of the
florist. She carries with her flowers of chrysanthemum, peach blossom,
pine and bamboo to bless everyone with longevity. Having her at
home brings happiness and beautiful people into your life. She is
depicted seated on an elephant. Her direction is NW and is metal
The last immortal is Ho Hsien Ku, who carries the holy lotus and
fly whisk and who bestows family and marriage luck for the whole
family. She became an immortal in the 7th century AD after eating
a peach. She was saved from a demon by Lu Dong Pin during a critical
moment in the woods. Her emblem is the lotus and the fly whisk which
represents her purity and power. She is still alive today and blesses
people with love, relationship luck and family luck. She assists
in house management. She sits on a deer an excellent symbol of longevity
and good fortune. Her direction is SW and her element is earth.
It is best displayed in the following areas
to enhance your health and benefit from longevity:
1. Display it in the bedroom to create protective shielding of
aura against illnesses, to heal ailments/sickness and to rejuvanate
the energy of sick people.
2. Display it in the sector afflicted by mountain star#2 or water
star#2 according to the natal flying star chart of your house.
3. Display it in the east sector of your living room, family room
and dining for the benefit of the entire family.
4. Display it at your workdesk to eliminate illness chi from harming
5. Display it as a powerful cure on annual Illness Star-2.
Defect rules built over time: Because they
are held by tools and shaped through machining from blocks , there
could be tiny tool marks or scratches visible under 30cm visual.
Cast bronze work experiences high heat process, gas defect, extreme
shrinking and rough process steps, therefore they have "common
irregularities" on their surfaces. They include blisters, bubbles,
shrinkages, cavities, scratch lines, dents, tarnishes, dark spots,
oxides etc. They are NOT considered as faulty and therefore are
non rejectable. Despite obtaining from factories that provide high
bronze purity and the best in workmanship that supply only grade
A pieces to us, common irregularities are still unavoidable.