Vermilion bird (Zhu Que, 朱雀) is one of the Four Guardian Deities (Si Shen, 四神) of the Chinese traditional culture. It is a Divine Animal, and in some legends, many people think that the Vermilion bird is equivalent to Phoenix (Feng Huang, 凤凰 Bird of wonder). The phoenix is a legendary ruler of birds that is often associated with the Chinese Empress in the same way that the dragon is associated with the Emperor.
The Vermilion Deity is known to spread the wings to purify misfortune, enhance harmony, and happiness. Its most powerful energy is to gather prosperity to bless wealth onto people. Therefore the significance of the Vermilion Prosperity Seal is created to enhance and provide auspicious blessings.
Using an ancient secret method to unlock opportunities for wealth, health and harmony, Master Siew Li has created a prosperity seal in 2018. Guarded as a secret amongst great fengshui masters, the prosperity seal takes the form and assumes the power of the Vermilion bird朱雀 (zhu que). With symbols and charms signifying wealth and opportunities, this ancient fengshui secret which was passed down by Master Siewli’s great grandmaster, will now be revealed by Master Siewli in 2018 for many more others to prosper and to benefit from it.
秀莉师父采用古老的秘密方法，利用携带着吉祥记号的凤凰，以印章的形式呈现，以增加个人机会，增强身体健康，增加财富以及提升和谐。这是秀莉师父的风水祖师所传下来的秘法，从不外传。在2018 年，秀莉师父将破例把这个古传秘法告诉大家， 并推出开运富贵天鳳印章让各位都能飞黄腾达。
The Vermilion seal when in contact with water gathers positive fengshui energy (Qi), and can be used to bless the ten special cards to be placed in the nine sectors around the house or office. With blessing from the vermilion seal, these ten special cards are special keys to unlock one’s wishes, and can enhance (加持) auspiciousness and prosperity.
These cards can be placed in nine sectors namely North, North West, West, South West, South, South East, East, North East, central part of the home, office, table or any environment.
The tenth card can be folded and carried in your wallet or bag to bring all the goodness of the key of the Vermilion Prosperity Seal.
Date : On or after 4 Feb (LiChun)