Splendid and astonishing, this pendant brilliantly features a pair of magpies. The magpie is known as the “bird of happiness” and have been regarded as the bird that connects earth to heaven. A famous epic from China mentioned that magpies formed a bridge by arranging themselves like a flight of stairs to enable the meeting of a farmer who fell in love with a fairy of the Jade Emperor in the heaven. In this story, the farmer Chien Niu fell in love with a fairy Chih Nu while she was visiting earth. They got married secretly, but soon the Jade Emperor and Empress of heaven found out and separated the two. However, their strong affection and genuine love for each other had touched the heart of the Jade Emperor. Therefore, they were granted to meet each other once a year on 7th day of 7th lunar moon every year. It is said that on this day, no magpies could be seen anywhere on earth because they would flock together hovering to form a bridge from earth to heaven. That is why the magpie is said to be the bird that connects earth to heaven and also the bird that promotes love affair. The magpie is therefore widely known as the “bird of happiness”.The magpie brings happiness and unlimited opportunities, and is considered as an auspicious omen. You will succeed in finding a new job, starting a new venture, finding a new love, getting rich, getting children, obtaining recovery from illness, finding popularity, passing examinations and getting promotion. The magpie is also the best means of connecting and strengthening the love relationship for lovers who live far apart, facing all sorts of resistance and experiencing objections from family members. It is best suited for couples who breakup many times and reconcile again and again to finally achieve a stable relationship. The reverse side is inscribed with the Red Tara Mantra (“Kurukulla Mantra”), the mantra that helps to soften mutual restriction for better relationship especially beneficial for those suffering from negative peach blossom, bazi restriction and couples suffering from conflicting zodiacs. This mantra can be invoked to help you to whisper terms of endearment, to guide your sensual power, explore your erotic potential, deepen intimacy, reveal and fulfill your lover’s fantasies and infuse lovemaking with sparkling fire. It creates beauty, colorful romance and the amorous feelings of youth. For ladies, it is like a real love potion that encourages libido of your desired men. This is a powerful charm of bondage and solid love.
This exclusive charm is esthetically crafted in high quality stainless steel. Its design is fabulous, yet futuristic for younger generation. Stainless steel is naturally hypoallergetic and is notorious for being nearly indestructible. Stunning in esthetics, this graceful pendant constitutes a meaningful and prestigious gift.
Note: Comes with free necklace and a free gift box.
Chinese regarded the magpie as a bird that always appear when there is good news. When the magpie sings, there will be good news. If not news of prosperity coming, a new benefactor may be appearing soon. The magpie is also able to forecast the weather. It is a welcome sight for farmers as its diet consists of their pests. A pair of magpies symbolizes “double happiness” or “happy reunion”. The type of happiness it blesses is “happiness going up to one’s eyebrow”. During the Tang Dynasty, there was a person named Li Jingyi. A magpie flew to his house and made a nest there. Out of compassion, Li Jingyi fed the magpie regularly and soon they developed a strong bondage. One day, he was accused as a criminal and went to jail. The magpie then flew to the prison to sing him a song. Then he heard from the prison guards that someone wearing the green shirt with white collar will be granting amnesty soon. Li Jingyi immediately relate the person to the magpie which has green feathers and white breast. A few days later, amnesty passed and he was released. This being the reason why the magpie has always been related to good news.