Featuring the ‘God of Success’ (Wen Chang) and the ‘Victory Banner’, these symbols of success ensures that everything is achievable, your mission is accomplished, your aspiration is attained and your new beginnings obtain good support from the right people. The amulet helps you to thrive even in challenging times. To thrive is to be in tip top health, to prosper, to be fortunate and successful. It gives you positive transformation that lets you flourish rigorously in all areas of life. Determination, desire and dynamism is what drives us. If you have been facing hardship for a while, this amulet actually generates better health luck, wealth luck, literary luck, business luck, relationship luck and good fortune in all areas of your life.
Having the support from the ‘God of Success’ who stands on a carp as his vehicle is synonymous to attracting plenty of new paths, thriving solutions and lucrative opportunities into your life, as well as noble people you need to support you in whatever undertakings you may be pursuing. Doors will automatically open for you, and help will somehow find their way into your life. Consecrated with his incantation is the key in empowering this amulet by providing a special channel to the cosmic realm to invoke divine help in fulfilling success for you.
With the victory banner n the other hand, you will attain success in all goals you have set yourself upon. Nothing will be restrained and nothing will hold you back from moving forward. You will experience a smooth path uninterrupted by setbacks, bad luck or sufferings. You will be injected with a dose of immunity to bad luck or misfortune. When you are at your lowest point of a cross road, the victory banner promises that you will experience a reversal from shock where things will turnaround for the better. Your wishes will materialize where you see successful outcome from your endeavor.
Lastly, there is another powerful Taoist Incantation on the other side of the amulet. It blesses you with whole year round safety, excellent health, granted wishes and smooth undertakings.
Note: This item is energy infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with Certificate of Authenticity.
Wen Chang or Wen Chang Dijun, the Chinese God of Success and Literature, whose chief heavenly task, assigned by the Jade Emperor, is to keep a log of men of letters so that he can mete out rewards to each according to merit. He also maintains a register of the titles and honours each writer has received.
Among numerous legends about Wen Chang, he is said to have had 17 reincarnations, during the ninth of which he appeared on earth as Zhang Ya. Some say he lived during Tang dynasty times (618–907 CE), others say during the 3rd or 4th century or even earlier. In any case, his brilliant writing led to his canonization during the Tang dynasty and to his appointment as lord of literature in the 13th century. Because Zhang is said to have lived at Zitong in Sichuan province, persons of that region worship him under the title Zitongshen (Spirit of Zitong).
In addition, Wen Chang was well respected as a model for filiality. The Book of Emperor Zi Tong records: “Wen Chang was had a mature mind at birth. His mother breastfed him even though she was perilously ill and malnourished. In the middle of the night, Wen Chang cut flesh from his own thighs and fed it to his mother. She was then cured of her illness.”
Wen Chang also appears in other texts, where he is praised for other noble virtues. The book Wen Chang Emperor and the States He Stabilized mentions: “He descended into the mortal world seventy-three times as a shidafu” (a scholar-bureaucrat position in the emperor’s government of feudal China). Wen Chang was uncorrupted, upright and just, and never dealt out harsh punishments to the people. He allegedly helps people when they have hardships, saves those who are in trouble, has compassion for the lonely, forgives people’s mistakes, and leaves peace and stability everywhere he goes.
Equally Good Whether Carrying or Displaying the Amulet
- It is best to carry along this amulet with you to maximize the benefits. However, if it is not convenient, then you can display it either by your bed, at your work desk or in your personal zodiac direction:
Rat – North
Ox – NE
Tiger – NE
Rabbit – East
Dragon – SE
Snake – SE
Horse – South
Sheep – SW
Monkey – SW
Rooster – West
Dog – NW
Pig – NW
- Display it at work or at the north to seek for a new job or enhance your career for promotional opportunities.
- Display it at the cashier’s or director’s desk to enable more creativity in marketing and new ideas for your products for business success.
- Display it at your study desk, next to your bedside, in the northeast or in your personal Fu Wei direction if you want to improve in your studies and achieve academic excellence.
- Display it at the annual Flying Star #4 location if you are sitting for an important examination in that particular year. It can clear your mental exhaustion, thus creating a more harmonized mind for more memory power.
- Display next to the bed or under the pillow of a child to catalyze his interest in books and studies.
- Display at your personal Sheng Chi direction to enable good fortune and material success.