Nine Frogs of WealthThe Nine Frogs of Wealth was specifically designed to further enhance the existing benefits of a single Three Legged Toad (Chuan Chu - commonly known as the Money Frog). There are eight of them on the base of trigrams, which is meant to pull in good news and material gain from all directions. In addition, they are supporting a large Feng Shui coin which seats a larger Wealth Frog meant which will give it to you as a gift. Though it can be used as a normal Money Frog, you can also use it as a display item or a paper weight to put on your documents. It is commonly found place on top of project documents, computer/tv monitor, and living rooms. Why settle for one Three Legged Toad when you can have nine of them? You can also put coins of any denomination in to the mouths of each toad to further enhance their abilities. Many Feng Shui Masters recommend you put coins you have a liking or affinity with in their mouths to fully enjoy the benefits.
More information on the Chuan Chu - The mythical Chuan Chu is said to appear every full moon near homes which the residents will receive good news the very next day (usually in a monetary gain way). Place it facing the entrance of your home/room/establishment at an angle to enjoy more incoming good news. Place the money frog at a diagonal angle at the entrance, and never straight on (this will result in money coming and being bounced back out). The Chuan Chu is primarily based on a Taoist legend.
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