Dragon Wealth Ship (Large)The Dragon Wealth Ship is one of the most powerful wealth enhancers for those who want success and wealth sailing in. Successful tycoons and the wealthy swear by them and having one is a MUST. Placing it in your home/office lets your abode become a harbor of wealth in which all things good must sail in. Even Feng Shui Masters themselves make sure they have one in their work area or home. Specifically made of brass/bronze metal to enhance its wealth generating benefits by enhancing the Water element (water is usually associated with wealth).
The Wealth Ship has auspicious messages written on its sails: letting the smooth sailing wind carry you to your success, a life of prosperous harmony and a never ending run of positive achievements. In Ancient China, harbors and ports meant an influx of wealth to the residents. Since it is made of metal, the Dragon Wealth Ship can also be used as a remedy against the negative Feng Shui Flying Stars: #2 Sickness Star and #5 Deadly Star.
Optimally placed in either the entrance of your home (in which it should be sailing in from the door) or coming in from one of your auspicious directions (preferably your success direction). Your success/wealth direction is determined by your Kua number. (What is my Kua Number).
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