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Invite the Four Great Kings

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The Four Heavenly Kings is a spiritually-enhanced symbol to energize special sectors of your home to bring extra luck to the residents.

Ways to display the Four Kings:

1) The Center of the house

2) Annual location for  "Future Prosperity Star #9. Displaying the Four Great Kings is one of the best ways to add to the auspicious energies of the year. 

2) Northwest, mentor and helpful people luck sector to bring extra luck to the patriarch

3) Annual Location for #6 Lucky Heavenly Star that bring excellent support straight from heaven providing assistance in the attainment of goals, good fortune and protection

4) You can display the Kings, one on each cardinal sector of your home to bring specific luck and protection.

 Each of the kings is a representation of the four celestial attributes: Rain, Harmony, Wind and Prosperity and has their own symbolism:

Mo Li Shou – "Rain" - resides in the North, This highly respected Heavenly King, also known as “Kuvera” or “God of Wealth”, and is recognized as a defender of peace and as a bringer of wealth. He himself is laden with riches, due to the strict vigor with which he lives. When depicted in figurines or paintings, he is seen with the mythical umbrella which, during confrontations with evils, will cause natural disasters.

Mo Li Ching – “Harmony” - This king resides in the East, and is also known as “Guardian of the Nation”. He overcomes the obstacles of evils and demons with his string musical instrument, which he can always be seen carrying.

Mo Li Hung – “Wind” - This king resides in the South and is the protector against demons. He rules the Kumbhandas, demons who constantly suck out mankind’s liveliness. In statues or painting, this king is sometimes shown with a powerful sword in his hand.

Mo Li Hai – “Prosperity”- resides in the West, This ruler of the Nagas, known in English as “Serpents” and takes on a very fierce and foreboding stance. With his prominent staring eyes, he is known as the “Three-Eyed” or “Wide Eyed”. This king is a manifestation of the belief to be cautious and aware of evil – he also keeps a powerful serpent.