This amulet features Zhang Daoling (Patriarch of Taoism) and his most powerful incantation that diminish ghostly attempts and powerfully dissipate any evil energy charging over you. Two other incantations of his featured are “anti-disasters” and “diminish negativities and ghosts”. This Taoist saint bestows safety from premature death and offers supreme protection against all forces that threaten your safety. The amulet ensures that you are not caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. This safety amulet provides protection against injuries, bloodsheds, mishaps, dangers and accidents caused by underlying supernatural realms. Auspicious energies will be at work creating an invisible aura of protection. You will be blessed with safe journeys at all times. Also featured are the symbols of bagua, sun, moon, White Umbrella Goddess and her mantra. The powerful Buddha of Protection who carries a white umbrella has the power to symbolically dispel any evil intentions of people who may want to hurt you. Be mindful that everyone is vulnerable to jealous intentions of unscrupulous people, enemies or competitors, so it is better safe than to be sorry. This mantra can also ward off black spells casted by the underlying currents of jealousy and making them harmless. It fights against illnesses caused by black magic and mysterious sicknesses due to dirty energy. The mantra is also directly romanized so that you can chant it the moment you are trapped in fearful situations. Next, the crossed vajra which is also known as the ‘universal’ vajra symbolizes the principle of absolute stability. A powerful symbol of indestructability and a powerful implement of many famed Buddhist deities, it is the emblem that represents the unshakeable ground or reality of the Buddha’s enlightenment. The four heads can each represent the power of pacifying, enriching, subjugating and destroying. This strong metal instrument is believed to possess spiritual cosmic powers that are strong enough to suppress evil in a way that makes it unable to harm you. All-in-all, this amulet if kept in your car can also protect you from bad spirits, burglars and people of bad intention, where one can enjoy safe journeys. Those whose zodiac forecast hinting the looming of negative stars making you vulnerable to danger, bloodshed and injuries in the year will require this amulet for safety. This amulet is best carried along to protect against possible negative spirits and influences from haunted places such as old mansions, night spots, hotels, work places, forests or graveyards. It will protect you from succumbing to illnesses or other more severe afflictions from such places. Chinese people are often armed with this kind of amulet given to them by parents and grandparents whenever they travel far away from hometown. It wards off all odds, misfortune and devastation from negativities.
Note: This amulet is energy infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate of authenticity.
Taoist Partriarch Zhang Daoling
Zhang Daoling was credited with founding the Way of the Celestial Masters sect of Taoism, which is also known as the Way of the Five Pecks of Rice. He is also known as Celestial Master Zhang, and is sometimes pictured riding on a tiger.
Sometime during the first half of the second century, Zhang arrived in Sichuan province, where he allegedly received a revelation from the divinized Laozi (Taishang Laojun), who provided him with the plan for a theocratic state, as well as a catalog of new religious practices, a divinely revealed scripture (describing the first authoritatively Daoist pantheon), and an arsenal of magico-spiritual tools for combating the forces of evil (ca. 142 C.E.). After receiving this revelation, he and a contingent of landowners (many of whom had been healed of their illnesses by Zhang) ensconced themselves in the mountains of their province and established a theocratic state.
During his quest for immortality, he is reputed to have dwelt on various holy mountains and to have developed potent magical abilities as both a healer and an exorcist. Zhang Daoling first cultivated Dao as a recluse on Mt Beimang, and later on Mt Fanyang, after he obtained the Yellow Emperor Nine Cauldron Alchemical Scripture (Huangdi Juiding Danjing). After ingesting the finished Elixir, he was able to transform subtly, to divide and distribute his figure and image, and acquired the marvelous ability to appear when seated and to disappear when standing. It granted him numerous supernatural abilities, such as flight and co-location. He often simultaneously rowed a boat in a lake, read scriptures in his room, entertained guests at his desk, and walked singing poems while holding a stick. He was wondrous and marvelous beyond people’s expectations. Later, in a cave on Mt Wan, he acquired hidden scriptures and secret talismans, and mastered the art of commanding the mountain deities.
He proceeded to fight with the king of the demons, to divide mountains and seas, and to command the wind and thunder to come and go. All the demons fled before him, leaving not a trace of their retreating footsteps. On account of the prodigious slaughter of demons by this hero, the wind and thunder were reduced to subjection, and various divinities came with eager haste to acknowledge their faults. He was able to see the Five Viscera (Wuzang) in the body and invoke deities from the outside. Thus, he defeated all the demons of the Six Heavens. Formerly, thousands of demons crowded Shu in the daytime and caused diseases at will. People had long suffered their misery. After subduing the big demons, Zhang Daoling scattered their subordinate ghosts in the northwestern wilderness. He swore with the ghosts that man owns the day and ghosts the night, thus distinguishing Yin and Yang. Whoever offends this is to be killed by the Law of Orthodox Oneness (Zhenyi Zhufa). Hence, the dead spirits and living men were separated, which greatly benefited the people of Shu. After this victory, the Laozi (Taishang Laojun) gave Zhang Daoling the title of Celestial Master of Orthodox Oneness (Zhengyi Tianshi ).