This auspicious hanging plaque has two sides, where one side has Monkey King (Sun Wukong) leading a herd of 7 Elephants, while the other side has a crash of 7 charging rhinoceroses. Decorating below the plaque are small hangings of lion cymbals. The salient features and the importance of the auspicious symbols can be explained and elaborated as follows:
- With almighty power to repel ALL kinds of demons, the Monkey King protects the household against any malevolent energy and harm. He is all-time-alert and ready to diminish any evil and demons around your vicinity. Because of his ability to defeat demons, he is considered by traditional styled feng shui grandmasters as the number one counter measure against troublemakers and petty people who creates havoc and turbulence in your life. Besides this, he is also a very potent icon of longevity and good health due to the five levels of immortality he had achieved. This being the reason why his role in combatting Violent Star #7 has become very important in Period 9 because the inauspicious star had begun to cause health problems and killing people with deadly viruses and diseases. When the magnitude of influence from Violent Star #7 becomes overly amplified, you need a substantial amount of power to counter such undesirable energy.
- Seven Elephants and Rhinoceroses – Seven is the unrivaled number of them to remedy in difficult, violent and fierceful situations. The elephant and rhinoceros are symbolically tough and protective animals that could counter any other fierce animals in their own way. They are therefore being regarded as awesome animals to counter all forms of threats or violences. The unparelleled Seven Elephants and Rhinoceroses are a magnified symbol of protection against robberies, violences, theft, internet fraud, stolen password, kidnaps, accidents, enemies, office politics, competitions from rivals and back-stabbings. Unwanted visitors, people who harbor ill intention, business competitors and enemies will be kept away.
- “Kan Hexagram” – Derived from I-Ching Magic (ancient Book of Changes), two Kan Trigrams combine to represent BIG WATER and holds the key in combating the metal element energy of violence from Star #7. Old style feng shui masters will understand this better.
- Taoist Magic Incantations – Featuring two Taoist incantations to harness the full potential of removing hardship, poverty and safety issues.
- “Mantra of Anti-Robbery”- Consecrates the charm for empowerment. It has a powerful Dakini Talisman that wards off thieves and robbers.
- The lion cymbals are associated to lions – Admired for their strength and courage, lions are associated with military strength and hunting prowess, a powerful symbol of enforcement. They also denote protection for all five cardinal directions, with an additional one in the center. They connote the power of stability/strength in finances and the unsinkable.
If you need a substantial amount of power to counter situations where the magnitude of negative influence becomes overly amplified, this auspicious plaque combats malevolent energy, whether it is visible or invisible:
- Visible: This means that when it is displayed facing a physical “shar chi” (poison arrow) such as a tree or a sharp edge outside pointing through your windows to your interior or any threatening interior objects like window blinds pointing to an important area, it will diminish them all.
- Invisible: It serves as a powerful security measure. Security is the degree of protection against danger, damage, loss, and crime. In the modern era, when we talk about security it is not only security of money. But security involves physical security, information security, home security, career security, business security, internet security and wealth security. In the flying star system, the star that threatens security is the Violent Star #7. As we are nearing Period 9 (after leaving Period 7 for almost two dacades), the influence from Violent Star #7 has turned ugly, where it had robbed the world through the spread of Covid-19.
Note: This item is energy infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate of authenticity.
The Story of Monkey King
The Monkey King, known as Sun Wukong in Chinese is a monkey born from a stone who acquires supernatural powers through Taoist practices. After rebelling against heaven and being imprisoned under a mountain by the Buddha, he later accompanies the monk Tang Sanzang on a journey to retrieve Buddhist sutras from the West (India) where Buddha and his followers reside. The Monkey King possesses immense strength; he is able to lift his 7960 kg ruyi jingu bang magical staff with ease. He is also extremely fast, able to travel 108,000 li (21,675 kilometres) in one somersault. Sun also knows the 72 Earthly transformations, which allow him to transform into various animals and objects. Sun Wukong is a skilled fighter, capable of defeating the best warriors of heaven. His hair possesses magical properties, capable of summoning clones of the Monkey King himself, and/or into various weapons, animals, and other objects. He has demonstrated partial weather manipulation abilities as well, and can freeze living creatures and even gods with his icy breath. He had swallowed the Peacheas of Immortality at the Peach Garden of the heaven, the Heavenly Wine of Queen Mother of the West, Pills of Longevity of Laozi and Man-Fruit that is found on the Longevity Mountain every 10,000 years.
Why is Violent Star #7 dangerous?
One of the most hazardous stars in Xuan Kong Flying Stars is the Broken Army Violent Star #7. This star which used to be auspicious before 2004 (Period 7) has transitioned to become a notorious one. It is also called “Po Jun” star in chinese. It will create fights and make people get furious for no practical reason. Disputes will be created in aspects of relationship, career or finance. Your investments and bank savings will be subjected to heavy losses. If unattended it will also make you lose your precious belongings or documents. Vile characters will triumph in their disputes over you. In aggressive cases, it causes bloodshed caused by metal objects such as guns, knives and swords. All in all, it brings disturbances, turbulence, violence, financial losses, fire, injuries by sharp objects, fightings in the family, armed burglary and theft. Nowadays, thieves have also become IT savvy where they are stealing your passwords and your money via the internet. If this star is not properly dispelled, you are also more vulnerable to falling prey to such crimes. Its effects becomes worst when combined with bad stars such as #2, #3, #5 or magnifying star #9.
Where to Display?
- As a protective immortal, Sun Wukong’s image can be displayed near you entrance facing out directly at the main door to ward off demons, evil spirits and people with bad intention.
- For protection against health issues, Sun Wukong’s image can be displayed at ones Tien Yi direction according to 8 Mansions formula. .
- For protection against troublemakers and petty people that is disrupting ones career, Sun Wukong’s image can be displayed on the work desk.
- For the safety of your family and children, display the plaque facing out towards the maindoor (from inside) to ward off robberies and accidents.
- To dispel political problems in the office, backstabbing, arguments and petty peers, display the plaque on your office desk. They will stop all the bickering.
- To keep competitors at bay for businessmen, display the plaque facing outwards at the main entrance of your workplace or shop. They will help you counter attack all the threats.
- To remedy against Violent Star #7, either from the natal chart, annual chart or monthly chart of flying stars, display the plaque in their directions.
- It can be displayed inside the house in areas where protection against visible malevolent energy is required. Display facing the direction of conflict in your interior.