Seven Gods of Good Luck aka Bring on the Wealth (TOA)
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The Shichi Fukujin or the Seven Gods of Good Luck are the seven gods of good fortune in Japanese mythology. They are immortals, teachers, and advisors of wealth and accomplishment. Now, the Schichi Fukujin were transmitted from China except for one other god; Kichijoten the goddess of happiness. The Schichi Fukujin are: Hotei the fat and happy god of abundance and good health, Jurojin the god of longevity, Fukurokuju the god of happiness, wealth, and longevity, Bishamonten the god of warriors, Benzaiten the goddess of knowledge, art, beauty, especially music, Daikokuten the god of wealth, commerce, and trade, and Ebisu the god of fishers or merchants.
They live in the temple of the eight immortals in Taiwan but are called to this second home for you. This is a very rare piece made of 14k gold and real ivory. The magic used is called Taoist Alchemy and this magic is only given out very rarely. The vessel was placed in the temple and gained a resting place for them.
The Shichi Fukujin will advise, guide, and give wealth. Wealth can mean not only money but also happiness, knowledge, beauty, etc.
This piece is unusual and lovely. You can even feel them and hear them guide you. This is a one of a kind piece because no more items may be left in the temple.