Mystic Ancient Si Nan


Mystic Ancient Si Nan – Energy Infused
Material: Brass Spoon; Copper Plate
Color: Plated Bronze; Matt Copper
Dimension(in): 3.7×3.7×0.2in plate; 2.6×0.8×0.5in spoon
Weight: 250g
ID: SL16015

Made from noble materials, this all luxurious Ancient Si Nan promises satisfaction for discerning practitioners who pays much attention to authenticity. With the ability to develop new avenues of wealth growth, the Si Nan lets you enjoy abundance filled with stable income streams and likelihood of windfall luck. Being the premier symbol of “heaven luck”, this is an instrument devised by the emperor of ancient times using the BIG DIPPER FORMATION to magnetize prosperity and good fortune for the kingdom. It has the ability to get rid of calamities, ward off disasters, transform adversities into blessings and to garner wealth and longevity. Similarly, the set up of BIG DIPPER FORMATION in the household is said to uplift one’s luck, ward off ill luck and illnesses to brighten fortune and let prosperity shine. It has great efficacy in boosting the luck of the entire household. This ancient secret being kept away from lay persons for thousands of years will benefit a household, a corporation, a leader and a partriarch when used in similar ways. Because the Si Nan was brought down from heaven, can foretell the future and transform the destiny, it becomes a potent heaven activator that powerfully transforms ones luck to enjoy happiness, fortune, power, authority and abundance similar to an emperor. The shape, element and meaning associated to all characters on it serves as a communication tool to the heaven and transmit messages to the cosmic universe where all your wishes of success will be granted. One will enjoy an excellent dynastic life including heaven’s luck, power and authority, good health and abundance by placing it with the tip of the spoon pointing to the south in the auspicious locations such as your living room, foyer in the vicinity of your main door and at your office table. This will align the forces of your space to cosmic forces according to the big dipper and empower you with good fortune and opportunities. However, please take note that this ornament is used solely for feng shui placement and enhancement. It is non-magnetic and cannot be used as a functional compass. In fact, even with today’s advancement in technology, no one can reproduce a functionable Si Nan where only the power of heaven can make it function properly.

On an equally good note, hidden under the plate is the inscription of “100 FUK CHARACTERS”. The chinese character “fuk” expresses the sentiment “luck”. Therefore, a hundred of them becomes an auspicious connotation that multiplies your good luck by 100 times more. It is actually a symbolic representation of the “God of Luck” (Fuk Xing), whom originated as a lucky star and was believed to bring good fortune. The character symbolizes family happiness, fulfillment, good relationships and mutual love uninterrupted by illnesses, setbacks and sufferings. It also brings power, authority and wealth. Feng Shui masters believed that it is the strong chi contained in the strokes of this powerful chinese character that brings out all these wonderful properties. During the Ching Dynasty, Emperor Kang Hsi wrote this chinese character for his long-ailing empress mother and hang it in her bedroom. As a result, her empress mother recovered and lived to a riped age of a hundred. Since then, the character is also believed to bring curitive and longevity advantages. All in all, the “100 FUK CHARACTERS” bring you complete good fortune, material luck, protection, peace, confidence and genuine happiness in your wealth accumulation.

Note: This item is energy infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Origin of Si Nan and how energy finds its way into it?

This is the original mystical instrument brought by the “Lady of Nine Heavens” and presented to Yellow Emperor. The Si Nan cracked the cosmic codes of the Universe. It had enabled one to govern as a king. It is the first divination plate dated back to 4000BC (6000 years ago) that is called “Si Nan Luo Pan”. The Si Nan Luo Pan was a simple design which consists of a magnetized spoon sitting in the center of a square divination plate. A symbol of wisdom, it represents the union of heaven and earth. The round dish at the center represents heaven and the square shaped perimeter represents earth. And the spoon represents Big Dipper. The rim of the dish is insribed with 10 celestial stems, 8 trigrams, 12 terrestrial branches and markings of 24 different directions. The combination of 10 celestial stems and 12 terrestrial branches forms 60 where the chinese used to designate the years for over 3000 years. They are employed chronologically in calculations to denote the particular qualities arising in hours, days and months. The spoon is said to always stop pointing to the south when spun. The spoon is in the shape of the BIG DIPPER and always pointing to the polar star at the south. This constellation was especially sacred as two stars in the big dipper always point to the polar star.

The emperor was the earthly counterpart of the polar star, around with all the other stars rotated. Confucius had said, “he who governs virtuously may be compared to the polar star, which keeps its place when other stars turn around it”. This is also the reason why he who governs (the emperor) always sit to the south so that there is always a connection with the cosmic energy of the polar star. All visitors of the emperors have to sit to his south so that the stars can rotate around his head. Therefore officials around the emperor were seen as inhabiting the constellation rotating around the polar star. And so the Si Nan was seen as a mystical instrument used NOT for navigation but as a tool for empowering the emperor with governing luck. It was also a tool of geomancy for aligning the palace, cities and houses harmoniously with the earth’s forces. The emperors of olden days depended on the Si Nan to steer the country to the right direction, especially during times when he was disoriented by the fraudulent lies told by the his manipulative officials who tried to steal his power in a gradual way. The Si Nan had always kept good judgement for the emperor in making critical decisions. Its existence maintained harmony and prosperity for the kingdom.

Where to display the Si Nan?

  1. In the family hall to channel positive heaven luck for the whole family, with good health, prosperity, safety and smooth career.
  2. At the work desk to enhance authority, unshakeable career stability and increased income stream.
  3. At your personal zodiac corner to reap windfall luck: Rat – North; Ox – NE; Tiger – NE; Rabbit – East; Dragon – SE; Snake – SE; Horse – South; Sheep – SW; Monkey – SW; Rooster – West; Dog – NW; Pig – NW.
  4. In the Partriarch’s corner (Northwest) to benefit the ambitious man of the family who desires to become a tycoon and own a business empire.
  5. In the Martriarch’s corner (Southwest) to benefit the ambitious woman of the family who desires more authority, power, fame and financial success. Be prepared to overide the partriarch when you select this option.

After determining the location you wish to display the Si Nan, make sure that the plate is aligned correctly according to the directions using a compass. One of the sides is marked with the letter “S” that implies the south. As long as this side with the letter “S” faces the south, it is considered aligned correctly. Then let the spoon’s handle point to this marking “S”.

Weight 500 g
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