Coin Arowana ~ Dragon Fish WealthArowanas are immensely popular amongst businessmen in Asia. Throughout Chinese culture, they are strong enhancers of wealth. Fishes represent abundance while the Dragon brings in wealth and prosperity. The Arowana is a dragon fish and thus you will enjoy dual blessings. Can be used as cures against malignant stars #2 and #5 for those who practice Flying Star Feng Shui and prefer a more convenient remedy than a bulky windchime. Works best when it is 'swimming in' from your Success direction in accord to your Kua number.
If you wish to know what your Auspicious/Inauspicious directions are, please use our Lunar year compliant Kua Calculator.
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