Rolling Wealth BuddhaThe Buddha of Abundant Prosperity brings in wealth and prosperity while making sure you
enjoy it all the way. An amazing enhancer for those who wish to have more fortunate
monetary news coming into their house or business. He's carrying a huge overflowing pot
of gold and has so much wealth with him, he even has to move the golden ingot with his
feet to make sure you receive all of it. The well defined Ru Yi scepter he is holding is
used to ensure your decisions to always come out on top. For those who know of the God
of Wealth (Cai Shen), you'll notice that he has many similarities in looks and purpose.
Optimal placement is near your entrance with him looking in as if he just entered with
all these gifts for your house. Can be used near your business/retail entrance or your
household main door.
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