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The Five Wealth Gods
As the year of the Metal Rat begins, an influx of prospective clients has been coming to our galleries for consultations with Master David and his team of expert consultants, aspiring to achieve better luck in the new decade and to attain breakthroughs in their lives.
One of the most frequently asked questions we received has been “which Imperial Harvest-jadeite best suits me?”
Battle and Time-tested Imperial Feng Shui Principles
For generations, many royal families and successful industry movers has been using Imperial Feng Shui to achieve monumental success and breakthroughs.
Since the Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qian Long’s advocacy of Imperial Feng Shui has helped Imperial Feng Shui gained prominence in the community within the Imperial palaces.
With the careful study of Four Pillars of Destiny, Emperor Qian Long and many royal family members have been using Imperial Harvest-grade Jadeite to unlock and unleash the hidden potential of their destiny charts to achieve consistent breakthroughs year after year.
Imperial Harvest is born out of Master David's steely and unwavering conviction to promote the invaluable science and art of Imperial Feng Shui and has helped thousands of individuals to achieve breakthroughs and success beyond their wildest imagination.
The Birth of Five Wealth God Collection
In Chinese history, there are five wealth gods, responsible for the stewardship of five different arenas of wealth: career, business, investment, trading and windfall. The Five Wealth Gods design inspirations came from Master David Goh’s daily inspiration.
“One day, I was doing my usual meditative session. I could see a warm white light in my meditative vision and the images of Five Wealth Gods emerged. I rapidly sketched the design of the Five Wealth Gods. My sketches were so complex and sophisticated that our master craftsmen took more than 8 months to complete the carving of the pendants that meet the stringent standards of Imperial Harvest.” – Master David Goh
Perfect Symphony of Wealth and Elegance
The jewel in the crown of an Imperial Harvest Treasure is the human touch – the irreplaceable skill of hand-finishing. An Imperial Harvest Treasure is meant to last for generations.
A wide array of fine carving and intricate polishing techniques, passed down through generations, enrich the brilliance and aesthetics of an Imperial Harvest Treasure.
While many jadeite retailers have abandoned the art of hand-carving to pursue machine cut jadeites, Imperial Harvest has remained steadfast in her pursuit of the utmost standards in Imperial Feng Shui.
Each Five Wealth God collection is finished by hand by a dedicated experienced master craftsman before Master David Goh blesses it with Imperial Feng Shui blessings on a carefully selected date and time based on Vedic Astrology, San Yuan Qi Men Dun Jia and Personal Bazi favourable element date selection.
Which Wealth God is ideal for my wealth endeavours?
To select the right Imperial Harvest Wealth God Jadeite, Master David Goh will have to first analyse your Four Pillars of Destiny to identify your personal favourable elements to identify the most potent favourable element and auspicious colours.
Each of the Five Wealth Gods serves a very specific function. These wealth gods are manifestations of massive auspicious luck and are an essential collection for those looking for rapid breakthroughs in succession throughout their life.
These are the five wealth gods, namely -
- Direct Wealth God Tua Pek Gong 福德正神大伯公
- Business Wealth God Guan Gong 武财神关公
- Grand Wealth God Bi Gan大财神比干
- Indirect Wealth God Zhong Kui 偏财神钟馗
- Grand Indirect Wealth Tua Yi Ya Pek 大偏财神大二爷伯
Tua Pek Gong is otherwise known as 福德正神(Fu De Zheng Shen). According to legend, Zhang Fu De was a top government official during the Zhou Dynasty who was in charge of taxation, a position similar to the Minister of Finance in modern times.
Tua Pek Gong is one of the most powerful wealth gods. He uses the powerful Jadeite Dragon Scepter (玉龙杖) to command power and authority for its destined owner. He also helps to ward off all malefactors to enable you to have smooth-sailing work and consistently achieve high-performance ratings.
Business Wealth God Guan Gong 武财神关公
Guan Gong was a general serving under a famous warlord Liubei (劉備) towards the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty, known for his undying conviction to restore the glory of the Han Dynasty. Being the Business Wealth God, Guan Gong is in charge of the business and sales of the human realm.
Guan Gong riding on the Champion Stallion signifies that sales and business growth will grow exponentially whilst garnering strategic support from your benefactors, increasing sales and business growth effortlessly. Welding his Green Dragon Sabre 青龙偃月刀 also helps to remove malefactors 小人 from your path of success, enabling you to overcome your challenges with ease.
Grand Wealth God Bi Gan大财神比干
Bi Gan was a prominent premier during the Shang Dynasty, who has carefully guided King Zhou of Shang in the administration of Shang Dynasty. Under his stewardship, the administration of Shang Dynasty flourished and prospered.
Fine Jadeite Grand Wealth God immortalises Bi Gan with the Wealth Garnering Pot 聚宝盆, Ruyi Scepter 玉如意 and Wealth Garnering Gold Ingot 聚财金元宝. The Grand Wealth God welds these three wealth garnering weapons to bestow upon its destined owner massive fortunes and wealth, enabling him to achieve record-breaking sales, securing powerful job positions, achieving new heights in salary, massive windfalls and investment returns and also accelerates the manifestations of your biggest aspirations and goals, empowering you with strategic opportunities and benefactors.
Indirect Wealth God Zhong Kui 偏财神钟馗
According to legend, Zhong Kui is born with a panther like head, round and big piercing eyes and curly beard. As an academically gifted young man, he went on to top the Imperial Civil Examination. Indirect Wealth God Zhong Kui is in charge of indirect wealth of the human realm.
The Wealth Garnering Sword 钟馗招财剑 wielded by Zhong Kui, commands wealth, power and authority for its destined owner. The Indirect Wealth Gold ingot 偏财金元宝: the gold ingot is placed at the foot of Zhong Kui to attract an abundance of wealth and opportunities to its destined owner wherever he/she goes and the Wealth Goblins 招财精灵 protect its destined owner from malefactors in addition to gathering wealth and prosperity.
Grand Indirect Wealth Tua Di Ya Pek 大偏财神大二爷伯
Being the grand indirect wealth god, Tua Di Ya Pek is the most closely guarded Feng Shui secret weapon used by our clients working in top proprietary trading companies and investment management companies.
Tua Ya Pek
Tua Ya Pek is the figure in the foreground. He wields the wealth garnering fan to bring massive fortunes to its destined owner so that its destined owner can thrive and prosper even in the most volatile financial markets.
Tua Ya Pek wears a tall hat that bears the Chinese word 天下太平 (peace and prosperity) bringing peace and prosperity to its destined owner.
- Tua Ya Pek brings consistent and long term growth of your financial portfolio.
Di Ya Pek
Di Ya Pek is the figure in the background. He holds the tablet that bears 发财 (Prosper) to command the arrival of massive fortunes to accelerate the massive and consistent growth of its destined owner’s financial portfolio, navigating the treacherous financial markets.
Di Ya Pek wears a hat that bears the word 一见发财 (Prosper at first sight), empowering its destined owner to develop strong intuition to spot highly profitable investment opportunities amidst the abundance of investment opportunities.
- Di Ya Pek delivers short & mid term income growth of your financial portfolio.
For investors and traders who wish to grow their financial portfolio, this is a lifetime luck multiplier to grow your wealth and success.
Want to learn more about the Five Wealth Gods collection?
Book a complimentary consultation or contact your Imperial Harvest advisors at +65 9122 1826 (Whatsapp/SMS/Call) for more information.
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