Inexhaustible Fortune


Inexhaustible Fortune – Energy Infused
Material: Clear Crystal Globe and Earth Material Stand
Color: Clear Crystal and Color Glaze
Dimension(in): 50mm globe; 3.75×3.75×1.3in base
Weight: 367g
ID: SL21044

An auspicious ornament synonymous to inexhaustible fortune, it comprises of a crystal globe with TAM SYLLABLE sitting on eight money frogs laden with fortune coins. The globe denotes global support and strength, favorable network, outstanding communication, international acceptance, sales going global, world potential and opportunities expansion. The syllable TAM is the Goddess Green Tara’s heart emblem. Goddess Green Tara’s kindness and compassion answers to wishes quickly, bring wealth to the poor, good health to the sick and marriage to those who are single.The money frogs are money magnets that manifest uncompromising ambition mainstream income, windfall luck, speculative investments, gambling, lottery, horseracing, football bet and stock market. Eight is a very auspicious number that denotes sure to get rich (“fatt”). Made to be tasteful in esthetics, there is a twirling mechanism where the globe sits. This enhancer promises meteoric rise in your fortune, enables rapid business linkages, illuminates your life with powerful network benefactors luck and increases your, noblemen luck where you will easily obtain help from powerful people (such as customers who can spend a lot on your products). Every time you fall, you get to bounce back fast and become unsinkable because global support lend their hands to pick you up.

Note: This item is energy infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate of authenticity. The energy scalar tag has been concealed inside the ornament.

Origin of Globe Symbolism in Ancient Times
In ancient times the celestial globe was called the “húnxiàng” which means “entire shape.” Today the standard name is “tianti yí”. The original globe below was made in the 12th reign year of Emperor Kangxi or 1673. It weighed 3850 kilograms or 8487.79 pounds. The main components of the celestial globe are the hollow bronze globe, the meridian circle (ziwuquán) and the equatorial ring (dìpíngquán). In addition, there are several bands that circle the globe with fine markings for measurement. Over 800 stars are positioned on the globe, some connected by lines to indicate groups in constellations. The names of the major constellations are included. Besides being placed in the emperor’s court in the northwest sector as a symbol to expand international trade and networking power, celestial globes were used to chart the positions of the stars and as aids to calendar making. Some were built on a large scale so that a person could sit inside one and look at the stars — the star positions were raised symbols on the outside of the globe but were also small holes that let light pass through from outside.

What the Money Frog symbolizes?
The Money Frog (also called Three Legged Toad or Frog) is the divine version of frog, in which it has three legs only. It is considered as the most significant emblem of prosperity, wealth and money blessings in Feng Shui. It was said to have lived in the moon and its power became very pronounced during eclipse. Chinese legends had said the Money Frog was originally the wife of a legendary figure who obtained the Elixir of Immortality from Goddess of the West (Hsi Wang Mu). The naturally greedy her stole the elixir of immortality. She was punished by other deities of the heaven and transformed her into a three legged frog and sent to stay in the moon. Since then wherever people see the Money Frog, there is a bed of money surrounding it because being naturally greedy she craves for money. For generations, this mythical Money Frog became the holy creature that protects against misfortune and promised to bring to any household bigger enrichment in wealth. We’re talking about creating abundance in wealth for serious Feng Shui practitioners.

The Money Frog is also often associated to Liu Hai, who was a capable Taoist Magic student. The Money Frog became his possession which could bring him to wherever he wants to go. When he couldn’t find the Money Frog, he would use a string of coins as a bait to fish the Money Frog. That is why the picture of Liu Hai fishing for the Money Frog is ever so popular among the chinese because it represents extremely good money luck.


  1. Display it in your living or family rooms, business premises and offices, especially in southeast corner (wealth corner) to activate your wealth luck.
  2. Display it facing your entrance so that you can see it as you enter to invite wealth and fortune into your homes at chi entry points.
  3. Display it in your office and shop to ring in more sales and achieve more financial success.
  4. Display it in the Northwest to activate tycoon’s luck for the partriarch.
  5. To increase ones personal benefactor’s luck, one should display it at your personal zodiac direction to improve your personal 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

Weight 750 g
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