pendant, Taoist protective amulet, "ghost hunt" bell in the shape of Pixiu Silver 925 copper Arizona Turquoise agate "nan hong"
Turquoise of Arizona, agate called "nan hong" of Yunnan.
The ringing of the bell will warn of evil fate and evil eye.
e Pi Xiu or Pi Yao or Chinese Lion is the fifth animal in Chinese mythology.
Born on the 18th day of the 2nd lunar month, he is the ninth child of a celestial dragon of the Emperor of Jade.
He is considered a keeper, a protector, he is also known for raving about gold and silver, which he devours with great appetite.
Popular legend has it that one day Pi Xiu flouted a heavenly law.
The emperor of Jade, very displeased, inflicted as punishment, to eat now only gold and silver and to crown the whole thing, he removed his anuslui thus removing any possibility of getting rid of the riches he would swallow.
Since then, it has been a symbol of conquest and gain in Asia.
In ancient China, warriors had a reputation for being as brave as Pi Xiu,
so much so that the words "Pi Xiu" appeared on military banners, symbolizing conquest and gain.
In Feng Shui it is used, just like the tiger or the dragon for example.
Guardian and protector, he wards off bad energy and repels bad luck.
It is said that he is very obedient and loyal to his master, and that he likes to gather the riches in his mouth to bring them back and help him to enrich himself.
Let us not forget that he is the son of a celestial dragon, so he has wings like him.
It has a large mouth, often gaping, with long teeth, two large eyes and a well-bounced belly.
It has the body of a Chinese lion and the head of a long-maned dragon.
There are, however, notable differences between males and females.
The latter is often depicted mouth closed, so that the money is not wasted, sometimes also with a paw placed on a bullion or other wealth to protect it.
The male is often open-mouthed to him in order to fetch the money and defend his master and his house.
Pi Xiu in Feng Shui is widely used throughout Asia and the rest of the world.
Pi Xiu is one of the main protective animals in the house and allows you to collect and keep the money.
Armed with long teeth, he will be able to carry the riches and defend himself.
People who are going through a bad time or who want to keep out bad luck wear a Pi Xiu in a bracelet, necklace or put a pair in their bag.
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